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Tech correspondent Alexis Madrigal says the "genius" of the Apple Watch is that its apps work differently from the ones on a mobile device. Ryan Emberley/Ryan Emberley/Invision/AP hide caption

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Apple's Watch: A Timepiece Designed To Give You Back Your Time

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On YouTube, A Global Archive Of Daily Life, Both Humble And Transcendent

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The World Loves The Smartphone. So How About A Smart Home?

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Alexis Madrigal suggests you turn on the two-step verification on any site that has it. iStock hide caption

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Lazy About Your Online Passwords? Take Control With These New Tips

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