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 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
1N/A social Up
22 Google N/A
318 Amazon Up
431 app Up
528 Twitter Up
64 video Down
734 CNET Up
815 Trump Up
922 YouTube Up
10N/A Alexa Up
Other popular topics for the past week includes sound, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, space and cost.
For the week ending March 18, 2017, we have analyzed 276 technology news articles. These are the most frequently appeared keywords in the last week. In order to provide the latest trends, generic terms like "computer", "information" and "technology" are filtered.

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This year is going to rock.

A high-quality fan-made parody of "Beauty and the Beast" turns the song "Gaston" into a raunchy ode to Deadpool.

You're going to be a small business and your own boss. The only real questions are when and whether you go voluntarily or involuntarily.

Updates will bring audio-only calls and file sharing to the video-calling and chat apps.

The highest-quality home video format available has hit low prices on titles like "Suicide Squad," "John Wick" and "Sicario."

The startup Nomadic wants to build VR rooms where you experience in a whole new way the virtual world you see. Its setup changed the way I think about VR.

With Post Intelligence, the woman who helped build Google+ thinks AI can get you more "likes."

Its forward crash protection earned a "Superior" rating.

The online arm of the terrestrial radio giant formerly known as Clear Channel continues to sign up new users.

The commission approves new rules that give phone companies more ammunition to fight annoying robocalls.

Sadly, it's a 3G connection for now, but the 2018 model year will change that.

Dodge's TransBrake feature is the first time something like this has been offered in a production car.

Apple takes the plunge and buys a task-automation app it has long admired.

The potential product looks like a laptop with an iPhone-sized slot where the touchpad would be.

Zane Lowe, the head of Apple's radio channel, sees Beats 1 DJs filling a music culture void left by automated streaming libraries.

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