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  • Microsoft unveils Surface PC and Windows updates 

    Microsoft has announced its first ever Surface desktop computer, along with its next-generation operating system, Windows 10 Creators Update.

  • AAFA to Alibaba: Address your counterfeit issue 

    When it comes to policing counterfeit products, the head of the American Apparel and Footwear Association says Alibaba isn't doing enough. CNN's Andrew Stevens speaks to AAFA President Rick Helfenbein about Alibaba's poor policing of fake goods on its platforms.

  • Nintendo's Switch is gaming anywhere 

    Nintendo's new gaming console Switch can be used as a home gaming dock, and as a mobile gaming device.

  • About.me's Tony Conrad: Freelancing lets you pursue your passion 

    About.me founder Tony Conrad sits down with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall to talk about the growing 'gig' economy, and why so many freelancers are using his product.

  • The haunted hotel that breeds engineers 

    The Gravesend Inn: A Haunted Hotel is an attraction built every year by entertainment technology students at CUNY in Brooklyn, NY. Instead of scaring the audience, it's meant to inspire high school students to go to college and study technology.

  • Self-driving truck makes first shipment: 50,000 cans of beer 

    Budweiser teamed up with autonomous vehicle company Otto to transport 50,000 cans of beer across 120 miles of highway. The delivery marks the first commercial shipment by self-driving vehicle.

  • Luxury watches get smarter 

    Fossil is investing in the smartwatch market and luxury brands like Michael Kors and Kate Spade are releasing their latest watches.

  • Sweden leads the race to become cashless society 

    The first European country to print paper money (1661), might now be the first to do away with it completely. Stockholm, one of Europe's best known centers for innovation and technology, is on the fast track to becoming wholly cash-free, with banks, buses, homeless street vendors and even churches expecting plastic or virtual payment. At the heart of this progression is an instant money transfer app called Swish, a joint collaboration between the six major banks in Sweden.

  • Global cyberattack could be 'disaster' for smart home devices 

    Xiongmai, the Chinese company whose products were targeted in the global DDOS attack, says the attack "is a huge disaster for the Internet of Things."