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@cnntech Meet Sobrr, the anti-Facebook app http://t.co/XPfzrlIqOX via @doug_gross http://t.co/bl5YTa10DY

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@cnntech Why Facebook is stockpiling Blu-ray discs http://t.co/PZRihWfV6M via @jtotoole http://t.co/NA0CVNFmiF

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@cnntech Sprint undercuts T-Mobile by $20 a month with new unlimited plans http://t.co/aUAPRmYJ9s via @jtotoole

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@cnntech Wal-Mart slashes prices on 5S and 5C ahead of iPhone 6 launch http://t.co/r8IGN065fA via @jtotoole http://t.co/FU3SXzpXMm

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@cnntech Here's where you can get blazing-fast Internet speeds http://t.co/Eq3qKxer84 via @DavidGoldmanCNN http://t.co/pkBruEkdEB

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@cnntech Well ... that's a problem. Those body scanners don't detect guns http://t.co/uO7qRhrb1n via @AaronSmithCNN http://t.co/zzAovleOH8

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@cnntech This multi-touch wall at the new College Football Hall of Fame has 10,000 expandable photos and videos #cfbhall http://t.co/Mwi18kvoEL

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Meet Sobrr, the anti-Facebook app

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Why Facebook is stockpiling Blu-ray discs CNNMoney.com

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James O'Toole

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Traffic lights are dangerously easy to hack CNNMoney.com

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Body scanner's problem: Fails to detect guns CNNMoney.com

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Aaron Smith

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Data breach at UPS Stores in 24 states CNNMoney.com

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Wal-Mart slashes prices on 5S and 5C ahead of iPhone 6 launch CNNMoney.com

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Unpakt is 'Yelp for moving companies'

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By Doug Gross, CNN

Filed under: Web

Faster Netflix streaming coming to Time Warner Cable CNNMoney.com

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James O'Toole

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90% of hospitals and clinics lose their patients' data CNNMoney.com

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Twitter removes images of James Foley's death CNNMoney.com

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Mark Thompson

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Steve Ballmer cuts ties with Microsoft but still owns 333 million shares CNNMoney.com

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Jose Pagliery

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Uber hires former Obama campaign manager CNNMoney.com

President Obama's former campaign manager is taking his talents to Uber. FULL STORY

James O'Toole

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Imagine turning the ocean into drinking water, ending traffic jams, making policing smarter and creating buildings with zero carbon footprints. This city of tomorrow may already be here. FULL STORY

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Google's future phone: The modular Project Ara
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The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs
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Larry Frum

Can 'Mario Kart 8' save the Wii U?
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