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  Wojcicki's challenge: Powering up YouTube and its stars  
  YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki aims to take the video powerhouse to a new level.  
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    New iPads: What's on your wish list
Lower prices, bigger and sharper screens and Touch ID top wish lists for new iPads.
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    Report: Thousands of Snapchat pics leaked online
Breach connected to a service claiming you could view Snapchat on a browser.
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  A person uses Netflix in Palo Alto, Calif.   Netflix charging more for 4K content
Users must have the top-tier $11.99 plan to access Ultra HD content.
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    Nick Cannon: who got the tech in divorce with Mariah Carey?
Nick Cannon stages selfie stunt
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  Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com, a cloud computing company, addresses the audience during the Digital Life Design (DLD) conference on January 24, 2011, in Munich.   Giving back: Salesforce.com sets example for high tech
Salesforce will show off its human side at its Dreamforce user conference next week.
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  Front-loading and top-loading washers each have fierce advocates, but which is better?   The great washer debate: Are front-loaders really better?
The battle over front- vs. top-loading washers has gotten more heated. Which is better?
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  Tech companies are under growing pressure to diversify their workforces, which are predominantly white, Asian and male.   Tech jobs: Minorities have degrees, but don't get hired
Universities graduate black, Hispanic computer scientists at twice the rate Silicon Valley hires them
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    Peter Thiel: Don't compete, create something new
New book 'Zero to One' from investor Thiel zeroes in on what makes a good startup.
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  Japanese mobile communication giant Softbank's humanoid robot   Commentary: Robots are not here to take your jobs
Nearly 100% of contemporary robotic technologies are dependent on human interaction, maintenance to function.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A German tourist creates huge soap bubbles at sunset on Oct. 13 on Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

A German tourist creates huge soap bubbles at sunset on Oct. 13 on Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
 
  Popular Stories
Dallas hospital stumbles in early response to Ebola
Infected Dallas nurse ID'd; gets transfusion from Ebola survivor
Cuomo: Learning from disasters, personal and political
 
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