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Federal Trade Commission: To Combat Robocalls, 'Just Hang Up'

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An attendee plays video games at the Gamescom 2015 gaming trade fair on August 5, 2015 in Cologne, Germany. Sascha Schuermann/Getty Images hide caption

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Talking About Women's Issues In Gaming Still Taboo, Developer Says

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Bloomberg Columnist: Report On Amazon's Work Culture Not Surprising

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Dismisses Claims In 'New York Times' Article

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Daniel Craig plays James Bond in the film Casino Royale. Dramatis, a computer program, can detect suspense from this scene and rates it even higher as the plot thickens. MGM/United Artists/Sony/The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Can You Teach A Computer To 'Feel' Suspense?

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A man using a mobile phone walks past an AT&T store, in June. The New York Times and ProPublica report that the telecom giant helped the NSA spy for decades. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In Twitter Rant, Tinder Blasts 'Vanity Fair' Article On New York Dating Culture

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