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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
12 Apple Up
25 app Up
33 iPhone N/A
4N/A game Up
57 Amazon Up
611 video Up
738 Cyber Monday Up
810 Google Up
96 TV Down
10N/A battery Up
Other popular topics for the past week includes right, phone, streaming, car and Samsung.
For the week ending December 3, 2016, we have analyzed 1094 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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Commentary: Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump retweets random people. He tweets all the time. Can he stop? No, he cannot. Neither can real Trump in reply.

Virtual reality startup recently acquired by Intel gets its shot at showing highlights of four NFL games this season. Is the Super Bowl next?

Commentary: California police are concerned about a series of burglaries at pharmacies. So they take technological action.

Independent local stores are finding new ways to serve their communities by going where big retail chains can't.

Those snap-on accessories for the Moto Z phones aren't going anywhere. In fact, Lenovo Moto phones will soon see many more.

He's obviously going to steal the spotlight in this film.

The actor also starred in "Weekend at Bernie's," but horror fans know him best for getting a half-bodied zombie to disclose just why the living dead eat brains.

A note to a US agency is the closest we've come to official word from Apple on an autonomous car project. But it doesn't exactly shine brights on the effort.

Hole lotta nothing? Turns out the hole, a Black Friday-week stunt, was in Oregon, Illinois, and its short life has now ended.

Using a set of mirrors and computer chips, Digital Light can display HD images on the ground and provide anti-dazzle protection for oncoming cars and cyclists.

Think you're good at building castles and towns in Minecraft's creative mode? Excerpts from 'Beautiful Minecraft' show what serious talent can do.

How I tried to battle the elements to capture Scotland's stunning wildlife on camera.

The social network didn't see a rush of new users, even though it was impossible to ignore.

The world of Westeros might be fantasy, but the television show is shot in real places all over the world. Here's what several amazing locations look like in real life.

The fantasy world of Westeros from "Game of Thrones" looks a lot like our world...because it's largely shot on location on Earth. Here's a tour of several amazing locations, inset with actual scenes from the show.

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