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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
11 Apple N/A
22 Google N/A
39 Microsoft Up
43 iPhone Down
5N/A apps Up
6N/A Super Bowl Up
78 mobile Up
85 video Down
910 phone Up
1012 Android Up
Other popular topics for the past week includes game, Samsung, Facebook, smartphone and Amazon.
For the week ending February 6, 2016, we have analyzed 1301 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 company is jumping into the same arena where Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are doing battle.

San Francisco Bay Area residents don't have a high opinion of the technology industry, which they say is hurting the middle class and the poor, while exacerbating the economic divide. What do we do?

The prospect alone of a revamped timeline stirred the #RIPTwitter protest. Now the change is actually upon us.

The Norwegian browser maker seeks to improve its penetration and profitability under new ownership.

The South Korean company posted a teaser on its Facebook page, giving fans a glimpse of what its new top-end phone has in store.

Feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as you watch a dramatic video of lightning strikes seen from the International Space Station.

Call Wayne Industries! A stretchy new polymer can pack a punch, with a shoelace-size piece able to lift the weight of a liter of soda, its creators say.

Technically Incorrect: After some wondered why the Apple CEO had posted such a poor photo to Twitter, it's deleted.

In a letter to Google, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration determined that the computer piloting Google's self-driving cars can be considered a driver, for purposes of the car's control placement.

Plenty of new gadgets are on deck for 2016. Some are official, some are inevitable sequels -- but here's everything we know so far. (Updated February 9, 2016.)

A collection of creepy, crawling and downright frightening robots will make you think twice about welcoming our future overlords.

The agency urges airlines to reexamine the risks associated with transporting lithium batteries as cargo.

The White House has submitted a massive budget proposal that shows just how serious the president is about cybersecurity.

Student Pieter Smakman came up with the Curatio scanner after realizing it's tricky getting accurate scans of hands for things like custom wrist braces, medical casts and more.

The latest beta version of Apple TV's upcoming software also includes support for Bluetooth keyboards and the ability to organize your apps into individual folders.

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