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Amazon's Original Content Primes The Pump For Bigger Sales

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Cab Competition In San Francisco Benefits Riders

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Buggy, Bendy iPhones Create Bad Week For Apple

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Minecraft Purchase Gives Microsoft New Foothold

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Yahoo Threatened With Huge Fines If It Didn't Release User Data

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Apple Unveils New Payment System, iPhones, Smartwatch

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The Samsung Galaxy Mega (from left), Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5 are shown. Apple is expected to announce larger models of its smartphone on Tuesday. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Size Matters: Why Apple Is Expected To Unveil A Bigger iPhone

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wants to sell all e-books for $9.99, while the publisher Hachette wants to vary the prices. iStockphoto hide caption

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In E-Book Price War, Amazon's Long-Term Strategy Requires Short-Term Risks

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Nude Photos Hack Wasn't Broad Attack On Apple Services

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Amazon Makes A Big Move Into The World Of Online Gaming

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When protests over the shooting of Michael Brown turned violent in Ferguson, Mo., livestreaming videos showed Americans what they couldn't see on TV. Screen Grab From KARG Argus Radio Video hide caption

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As Ferguson Unraveled, The World Found A New Way Of Watching

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Steve Ballmer, the new owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, is stepping down from Microsoft's board. Ballmer, who recently resigned as Microsoft's CEO, is the largest individual shareholder of the company. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-Microsoft CEO Ballmer Steps Down From Company's Board

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Many institutions have their archives stored on CDs — but the discs aren't as stable as once thought. There is no average life span for a CD, says preservationist Michele Youket, "because there is no average disc." Sarah Tilotta/NPR hide caption

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How Long Do CDs Last? It Depends, But Definitely Not Forever

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In Hashtag Protest, 'Black Twitter' Shows Its Strength

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A Good IT Person Needs To Be Half Technologist, Half Psychologist

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