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    American Red Cross considers drones

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    Just how hackable is your plane?

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    Twitter makes it possible to send personal messages to anyone

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    How tech’s titans are recruiting start-ups in their immigration, patent reform fights

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    Why Comcast’s merger with Time Warner Cable may be in deep trouble

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    The case for growing plants in shipping containers

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    Do as I say, not as I did

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    Moore’s Law has a powerful sidekick

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    Why Tesla should make a golf cart

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    A look at The Lorax app

    A look at The Lorax app

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    Get Water!: a fun app that also helps support charity

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    Even Elon Musk knows he’s a good supervillain candidate

    Even Elon Musk knows he’s a good supervillain candidate

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    The FTC wants to talk about the ‘sharing economy’

    The FTC wants to talk about the ‘sharing economy’

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    The new Star Wars teaser is incredible

    The new Star Wars teaser is incredible

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    Instagram updates its rules to explain how it deals with nudity and abuse

    Instagram updates its rules to explain how it deals with nudity and abuse

    Instagram isn’t changing policy, but just being more upfront about what it does.

    Can a happy, crunchy company like Etsy really survive on Wall Street?

    Can a happy, crunchy company like Etsy really survive on Wall Street?

    The online bazaar of vintage trinkets and handmade crafts is headed to the corrupting grounds of the American stock market.

    Airware releases its platform in bid to be the Microsoft Windows of commercial drones

    Airware releases its platform in bid to be the Microsoft Windows of commercial drones

    Airware wants its operating system to become standard on every commercial drone.

    Watch SpaceX’s rocket fail to stick a landing — in slow motion

    Close, but no cigar for Elon Musk’s latest attempt to land a rocket on a platform floating in the sea.

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    Happy birthday to Moore’s Law

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    Robochef whips up a gourmet crab bisque

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    A new Apple TV may debut this June. Did Apple just drop a big hint about it?

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    Strong net neutrality is good for traditional TV, the FCC argues

    Strong net neutrality is good for traditional TV, the FCC argues

    The head of the FCC argues that an old-school industry could be among the biggest beneficiaries of the new Internet rules.