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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
11 Apple N/A
2N/A iPhone Up
35 app Up
47 Google Up
56 phone Up
614 Android Up
73 video Down
8N/A Facebook Up
92 iPhone 7 Down
108 game Down
Other popular topics for the past week includes smartphone, car, security, music and Samsung.
For the week ending August 27, 2016, we have analyzed 1157 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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Build-a-Bear used Eevee! It's super effective!

If you've ever wondered how burger commercials achieve the perfect bounce, one director has given us a glance behind the scenes.

The spacecraft entered Jovian orbit in July, and has now completed the first of 36 flybys of the solar system's giant.

Exec who helped oversee Google's early investment in the startup leaves as conflict of interest concerns mount.

The only catch is, right now it only works on Toyota, Nissan and Honda cars.

With Google's new Android app, you can help the company translate languages, understand handwriting and keep its shareholders happy.

Is it possible that the battle between Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation systems could come to an end thanks to streaming services like PlayStation Now?

Amazon stops recommending customers repurchase certain food items at inflated prices, following a scoop from CNET.

The company's tablets will get support for the company's stylus, according to Bloomberg.

By 2018, more than half of computers will store data on memory chips instead, analyst firm TrendForce expects.

The wireless carrier prevails in court but could still face a $100 million fine from another agency, the FCC.

The social network promoted a fake news story over the weekend about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. It's the latest in a string of controversies the Trending Topics feature has faced.

This impressive replica took over 2,000 parts and 1,000 hours to create, without any help from distant aliens.

One woman's insistence on driving on the rim actually started a pretty gnarly wildfire in California.

The legendary comedian dazzled on screen in the 1960s and '70s and continued to play a starring role in viral memes online in recent years.

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