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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
11 Apple N/A
29 Google Up
33 app N/A
46 video Up
52 iPhone Down
68 Android Up
712 game Up
84 phone Down
914 Microsoft Up
1020 car Up
Other popular topics for the past week includes Watch, Tesla, Amazon, mobile and Intel.
For the week ending April 23, 2016, we have analyzed 1201 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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Kit yourself out for the most sci-fi of all holidays with a gift pack of droid and Death Star merchandise from quirky retailer ThinkGeek.

A company from Japan has developed a stylish toaster-sized box in which you can grow plants, vegetables and herbs without the need of a garden -- or even a back yard.

'-‹BBC, CNN, The New York Times, Twitter -- the social media service is quietly downplaying its "social networking" role and positioning itself as a "news" app on the App Store.

The Swedish actress received great praise last year for her efforts in "The Danish Girl" and "Ex Machina." Now, she tackles the task of being the Tomb Raider.

Facebook has released its latest Global Government Requests Report, showing an increase in requests for its users' information. And in the US at least, most of those requests come with a gag order.

Director Rian Johnson posted some set photos from his upcoming movie. Maybe you've heard of it.

Entertainment Weekly asks the cast members of HBO's bloody fantasy series to punch up the show's instrumental theme song.

New plan to work with private sector aims to bring Air Force up to date in cybersecurity. Keeping enemy forces from intercepting communications or taking down the network is first on the list.

We deep dive into toothbrush games, drone racing with your mind and autonomous plant spheres. Also, we welcome screenwriter TJ Fixman to the show to discuss how he became a video game writer and how it's different from writing a movie.

Mitsubishi steals a lot of shade from VW, Tesla is a big spender on warranty repairs, and Cooley just isn't convinced Apple even wants to build cars.

Great Britain's most madcap inventor jumps into his infamous work shed to design and build a bike that can fly. Well, sort of.

The rule change would let the FBI obtain a single warrant to hack into "thousands or millions of computers at once," says Sen. Ron Wyden.

Technically Incorrect: Jos'© dos Santos, the CEO of Cell C, South Africa's third-largest telecom company, makes a serious gaffe. Even the company's own computer systems object.

Technically Incorrect: Online booking is easy, right? Not for the couple that mixed up the middle of England with Alabama.

The ephemeral-photo app is quickly becoming a place where video is made.

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