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    Rosetta Stone receives buyout offer from private-equity firm

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    Mastermind behind Silk Road drug market is sentenced to life

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    Brickies updates a classic game

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    Oh, no! Bill Nye’s solar sail spacecraft has lost contact with Earth

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    Drone operators assist search and rescue efforts after devastating floods in Texas

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    Tracking online data

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    YouTube will support virtual reality video this summer

    YouTube will support virtual reality video this summer

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    This text can crash your phone

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    6 takeaways from Mary Meeker’s must-read report

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    Google I/O: What to expect from Google’s big conference

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    The FCC wants to expand Internet subsidies for the poor

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    Netflix now accounts for almost 37 percent of our Internet traffic

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    What drones can do about air pollution

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    Box lands Justice Department deal for cloud storage

    Box lands Justice Department deal for cloud storage

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    China: Let a thousand innovation projects bloom

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    U.N. report: Encryption is important to human rights — and backdoors undermine it

    U.N. report: Encryption is important to human rights — and backdoors undermine it

    New report says United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is pro-encryption, anti-backdoor.

    Sick of telemarketers and robocalls? The FCC is poised for a crackdown.

    Sick of telemarketers and robocalls? The FCC is poised for a crackdown.

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    This prank message can crash your iPhone. (Don’t worry, you can recover.)

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    When robots teach the elderly how to exercise

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    Particle physics: Not dangerous, but still scary

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