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Doggie Day Care Gives New Meaning to 'The Pool is Open'
It was pool time for a passle of mostly-golden retrievers and labs at this Michigan doggie day care.
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YouTube Music's Secret Weapon: Exclusive Performances
There are a lot of streaming music services out there. This is why YouTube's could be different.
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Leak Reveals Google Music Streaming Plans
Details of Google's long-rumored YouTube music subscription service appear to have leaked. "Music Key" will offer unlimited access for $10.
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Robot Romeo Charms Women on OKCupid
Apparently being a human isn't necessary to keep a conversation going on OKCupid.
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Craigslist 'Landlord' Rented Out Others' Homes: Cops
Terrence Hill has been accused of posting for-rent ads on Craiglist for properties he didn't own -- and then renting them out to unwitting "tenants."
Google Opens Classroom Tool to Teachers Worldwide
Google has released Classroom, an online tool that connects teachers, students and assignments in one paperless program.
Teen Pleads Guilty to Selling Deadly Toxins Online
Jesse William Korff of Florida was nabbed in an undercover sting that reached into the darkest corners of the Web.
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Google Joins Effort to Lay Cable Across Pacific
Google and five Asian telecoms giants are investing a collective $300 million in a new trans-Pacific fiber-optic cable system.
Amazon Takes On Disney and Captain America
Retail giant Amazon is giving Captain America, Miss Piggy and Maleficent the cold shoulder.
Walking Bear in Viral Video Is Real, Say Experts
It turns out that footage of a bear walking upright on its hind legs in New Jersey is probably real.
Amazon Expands Same-Day Delivery. Are Groceries Next?
For those who can't wait two days for delivery, Amazon is upping its game, with groceries on the horizon.
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Selfie Monkey Was 'My Assistant,' Photographer Says
A photographer whose camera was used by a monkey to take a selfie told Thursday of his anger at the copyright battle with over the image.
Monkey Selfie Sparks Copyright Conflict at Wikipedia
A selfie taken by a monkey has ignited an unlikely copyright dispute as the camera's owner has attempted to have it removed from Wikipedia.
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Indian Online Retailer Flipkart Makes $1 Billion in Funds
During this latest round of fundraising, Flipkart was valued at around $7 billion, more than double its valuation from this past May.
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Verizon to FCC: Everyone Slows Down Wireless Data Hogs
Verizon Wireless told federal regulators the company isn’t doing anything wrong under its new plan to slow network speeds for its heaviest data users.
Ten Things You Didn't Know Google Now Could Do
Sure, Siri can do a lot. But Google Now is pretty powerful too, especially with these 10 tips.
Rent-a-Hunk Service 'Manservants' Launches, Sans Sex
A new start-up called Manservants lets women rent out handsome dudes to pour champagne, open doors and more.
This Surprising Channel Is Breaking YouTube Records
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Will Feds Go After OkCupid for Deceiving Daters?
On Monday, President Christian Rudder disclosed in a blog post that OkCupid had conducted experiments on its users.
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Which Bank Hires the Most Attractive People?
Which finance house hires the most attractive people? According to one dating app, it's Goldman Sachs.
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Netflix Inks Paid Connection Deal With AT&T, Too
Add AT&T to the list of Internet providers that now have a paid connection, or peering, deal with video streaming giant Netflix.
Shocker: Looks Matter Most, OKCupid Experiments Show
The data seems to confirm it: OKCupid users only care about your photos.
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