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India's Prime Minister Urges Indians To Stay In Their Country

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How 'Long Overdue' Chip Credit Cards Protect Consumers From Fraud

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Hello Barbie, shown above at the North American International Toy Fair in New York, is an interactive doll designed to have conversations with children. Author Sherry Turkle says the Barbie is an example of "robotic companionship." Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Making The Case For Face To Face In An Era Of Digital Conversation

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U.S., China Talks On Cybersecurity To Be A 'Very Complicated Negotiation'

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The tables are set in the State Dining Room of the White House for Friday's state dinner honoring visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Tech Leaders From U.S., China Meet In Seattle, Can't Quite Connect

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The Cost Of Interruptions: They Waste More Time Than You Think

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Volkswagen Says 11 Million Cars Worldwide Have Emissions Cheating Software

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A Rat In New York City Shows How We All Feel About Pizza

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A person plays Candy Crush Saga on his tablet in Lille, northern France. This year, mobile games revenues are expected to fly past console games and hit more than $30 billion worldwide. Philippe Hugen /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple TV, App Makers Try To Move Casual Gamers To Bigger Screen

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