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Google's Gmail Service Blocked in China
Google's services are popular among Chinese who seek to avoid government monitoring.
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'The Interview' Proves Popular -- For Online Pirates
Sony's "The Interview" may have proven popular at theaters, but the film's innovative digital distribution was even more popular with pirates.
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Amazon Says This Holiday Was Prime Time
Amazon Prime users get unlimited free two-day shipping for $99 a year.
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'Game of Thrones' Is the Most Pirated Show of 2014
For the third year in a row, "Game of Thrones" was the most illegally downloaded show in the world.
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North Korea's Internet Unstable for Second Day
Internet connections in North Korea appeared to suffer a second day of intermittent disruptions after a period of recovery overnight.
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Amazon Launches One-Hour Delivery Service
Live in Manhattan? Have an Amazon Prime account? Well, today is your lucky day.
What Was the Most Googled Word of 2014?
The most searched for topics on Google in 2014 included Ebola, the missing Malaysia Airlines plane and the World Cup. But who took the top spot?
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Grim Reading: Google Reveals Top Search Terms of 2014
Google has revealed its top trending searches of 2014, and they serve as a reminder of how hard a year it's been for so many.
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From Leaked Emails to Terror Threats: Everything You Need to Know About the Sony Hack
The Sony Pictures Hack has resulted in the release and publication of many personal details and private emails and has lead to theaters canceling screenings of the movie. Here's some of the key disclosures.
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Most of the World Doesn't Protect Women From Online Attacks
Police, courts and online service providers don't have appropriate training or legal guidance to deal with harassment situations, the report said.
Microsoft Exec Sees Fall 2015 Release for Windows
An autumn release would put Windows 10 on track for launch three years after Windows 8, which got a decidedly mixed reception.
Robots Account for Nearly a Quarter of Video Ad Views
A new study reveals that nearly a quarter of video advertising content was consumed not by people, but by bots.
The Pirate Bay
Pirate Bay Taken Offline Following Raid in Sweden
The Pirate Bay, the most notorious bittorrent site on the Internet, has fallen off the net after Swedish authorities raided servers in Stockholm.
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Like to Haggle? Amazon Has an App for That
The option will be available in the retailer's sports and entertainment collectibles, collectible coins, and fine art divisions.
Thousands of Einstein's Papers Released Online
Starting on Friday, 5,000 of Albert Einstein's personal papers will be put online.
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Social Media Experiments with 'Buy' Button
Facebook and Twitter are experimenting with buttons that let you "Buy." NBC's Mark Barger reports with NBC News senior tech writer Julianne Pepitone.
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Russia, Turkey Lead Global Decline in Internet Freedom
For the fourth consecutive year, Internet freedom around the world is on the decline, according to a new report.
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Google Plans Child-Friendly Versions of Its Products
Google plans to roll out kid-friendly versions of its most popular products in a bid to be "fun and safe for children," a company official says.
'Gangnam Style' Breaks YouTube's View Counter
The relentlessly over-the-top Korean pop star who took the world by storm with his "Gangnam Style" video in 2012 has gone and broken YouTube.
Business of the Holidays
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A Holiday Sans Data Breaches? Not Likely: Experts
The nation's retailers have been working hard to short up security for holiday shoppers. Internet security experts say they have a long way to go.
Making a Difference
'Giving Tuesday' Goes Viral With Help of the Web and Mobile Apps
An idea that began just a few years ago as a counter to Black Friday and Cyber Monday is gaining traction and helping spread holiday cheer.
End of an Era: Girl Scouts Cookie Sales Go Digital
The Girls Scouts of the U.S.A. are considering plans to sell their popular cookies online.
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YouTube Celebrities Try a New Gig: Selling Stuff
This holiday season, some YouTube stars are looking to cash in on their popularity.
8-Year-Old Toy Tester Becomes YouTube Sensation
8-year-old toy reviewer reportedly makes more than a million dollars a year from sponsors.
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