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Yahoo Buys Mobile Analytics Firm Flurry
Yahoo is buying Flurry, a startup that helps other programmers build better mobile apps and craft marketing campaigns for smartphones and tablets.
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Hillary Clinton Hits Facebook and Twitter for Q&As
The former Secretary of State took to social media to answer questions about her new book (and avoid talking about a 2016 presidential run).
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Camera-Studded Dome Tracks Your Every Move
Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a dome with 480 cameras on the interior that tracks movement inside with incredible precision.
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'No Boundaries': Live Concerts Experiment With Wearable Tech
Music shows are seeing significant new commercial and experiential trends driven by tech, with more on the horizon.
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New Tracking Tool Like a Cookie That Can't be Blocked
The privacy arms race continues as companies release new tools to track people's browsing habits.
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Group Pushes To Unlock Dead Loved One's Digital Lives
A lawyers' group has drafted a road map for lawmakers that, if enacted by states, would change how survivors gain entry to the dead's “digital assets."
Facebook's New Feature Lets You 'Save' Things
A new feature on Facebook lets you save links, pages, and locations privately — though you can only access your saved items when logged in.
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Hillary Clinton Holding a Live Q&A on Facebook
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Snowden Plans to Build Easy-to-Use Privacy Tools
NSA leaker Edward Snowden says he plans to work on technology to preserve personal data privacy and called on programmers to join his efforts.
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