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Google, Verizon Target Trolls With Patent Deal Details of the agreement remain scant, but it marks another cross-license deal for Google.
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Netflix Social Recommendations Added to Android Phones Android users who want to recommend a great Netflix show to Facebook friends can do so without leaving the Netflix app.
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NJ's Troubled Red Light Camera Program Ends Tonight The program, which kicked off in 2009, had its difficulties, from technical problems to a federal lawsuit.
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Google Reveals 2014's Top Searches From Robin Williams to Flappy Bird, here's what we Googled in 2014.
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Google Faces $19M Fine Over Privacy Policy The Dutch Data Protection Authority accused Google of violating local laws regarding user information.
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LG Tips Quantum Dot 4K TVs for CES LG's latest lineup of 4K TVs promises a wider color palette and better color saturation.
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Foursquare Finally Launches on iPad Simply choose a city, and you'll get a personalized list of places to check out there.
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Tech Giants Back Microsoft in Overseas Email Fight Ten groups filed briefs in support of Microsoft's effort to keep data stored in Ireland away from U.S. officials.
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Sony Hackers Tease Execs; Skype Real-Time Translator; Faster T-Mobile in NYC From the continued Sony hack fallout to Skype real-time language translation, here's what you missed on Monday.
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The Birth of the Microprocessor The Intel 4004 is considered the first microprocessor?in other words, the first general-purpose computer on a chip?but its creation by Intel came down to a combination of hard work, the right timing, and just plain luck.
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