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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
12 iPhone 7 Up
21 Apple Down
37 phone Up
421 Google Up
55 Note 7 N/A
63 app Down
713 Samsung Up
823 video Up
911 camera Up
106 the iPhone 7 Down
Other popular topics for the past week includes photo, Galaxy Note, cars, Tesla and game.
For the week ending September 24, 2016, we have analyzed 1212 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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The FCC also increased the length of Wireless Emergency Alerts to 360 characters from 90 for 4G LTE and future cell networks.

The country's music business is worth over $2.5 billion, but it may be tough for Spotify to get a big piece of that pie.

The new center will focus on "developing advanced technologies, including computer hardware and communications, audio and video equipment."

C'mon, grab your friends, the surreal animated show still has two seasons and some specials left.

A deal could be struck in the next two to three months, says a Wall Street Journal report.

YouTube user TechRax's latest torture test takes him to the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

A hiker captures footage of a copperhead grappling with a cottonmouth, perplexing herpetologists in the process.

Developer DICE reveals more details on the World War I shooter's campaign.

Livestreaming app adds channels spotlighting protests, pets, celebs and parks.

In the new Dishonored 2 gameplay, Emily Kaldwin uses her supernatural abilities and tools against robots.

The patch is out now on Xbox One and PC, but is not yet available on PS4.

AOL's Alto app tries to cure our email troubles. Meanwhile, Samsung is dealing with bigger problems: exploding washing machines.

The company wants to make Alexa smart enough to talk with a real person for 20 minutes, and it hopes clever students can help.

Watch the newest trailer for Modern Warfare Remastered.

The Obama administration joins tech companies and internet security advocates in urging Americans to think beyond the password.

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