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Tampon Marketing Gets Real For The Social Media Age

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NSA Director Speaks At Hacker Conference With Mixed Reviews

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New Health Exchanges: What You Need To Know

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Scott Simon On Sharing His Mother's Final Moments On Twitter

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Ari Dvorin was hired in May as the first corporate chef at SpareFoot, a startup in Austin, Texas. Here, Dvorin cuts suckling pig for a mockumentary SpareFoot made. Jenny Zhang/Courtesy of SpareFoot hide caption

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The Toyota Prius, seen here at the New York International Auto Show in March, was one of the cars security experts Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller showed to be susceptible to attacks by hackers. Mike Segar /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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With Smarter Cars, The Doors Are Open To Hacking Dangers

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Hackers attend the 2011 Def Con conference in Las Vegas. The 2013 conference as well as the Black Hat hacker conference kicks off this week. Isaac Brekken/AP hide caption

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What We're Watching As World's Big Hackers Meet In Las Vegas

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Tiny Tech Puts Satellites In Hands Of Homebrew Designers

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Amazon Goes On Hiring Spree To Staff New Facilities

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