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Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of the Internet startup Reddit, says he and his partner had no connections and little money when they started the now-popular site. Tanya Kechichian/Courtesy of Hachette Book Group USA hide caption

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People gather to play Ingress in Austin, Texas. The video game has been downloaded 2 million times and is popular in the U.S. and Europe. Niantic Labs hide caption

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"I make a living attempting to beat video games on my show, and people watch," says Jayson Love, whose stage name is Man. Twitch.tv screengrab hide caption

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A banner for the mobile gaming company King Digital Entertainment is seen outside the New York Stock Exchange during King's initial public offering. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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The Oculus Rift virtual reality goggles make for an immersive experience. Nan Palmero/Flickr hide caption

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Visually, the Pono player is a relic, but what matters is how it sounds — better than any consumer device for listening to digital audio, according to founder Neil Young. PonoMusic hide caption

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Actress Cindy Lee Garcia (right) brought a copyright claim against Google with the help of attorney Cris Armenta over the film Innocence of Muslims, which was posted to YouTube in 2012. Jason Redmond/AP hide caption

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Law professor Lawrence Lessig has reached a settlement with an Australian record label that tried to sue him for infringement. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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