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  6 tips for tech-ing out your Halloween fright night  
  Here's how a touch of tech can make this fright night the stuff of legend.  
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    Review: New iPad as a camera? Unwieldy, but good
Along with a thinner design, the new iPads sport a greatly improved camera.
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  Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., right, and Catholic priest Thukni Magwaza, from South Africa, talk about the life of Nelson Mandela before a prayer vigil in honor of Mandela at the Rainbow Push Coalition headquarters on Dec. 6, 2013, in Chicago.   Three blacks, one Hispanic sit on major high-tech boards
Just three companies — Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce.com — have a black or Hispanic on their boards.
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  Google executive Sundar Pichai.   Google's Larry Page gives Sundar Pichai more power
Pichai will oversee executives in charge of search, maps, ads and commerce, Google+ and other areas.
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  Hank Williams, founder of Platform   Challenge to tech companies: Join 10,000 Innovators Fund
At the Platform Summit, Platform, Morehouse College and Level Playing Field Institute announced 10,000 Innovators Fund.
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  Best intentions means Americans work out early in the week.   Fitness band data show workouts peak on Mondays
Data from wearers of a fitness band shows exercise habits bottom on Fridays.
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  A man shows the Lumia 830, left, and 730, right, smartphones during a Microsoft event at the consumer electronic fair IFA in Berlin.   Microsoft to drop Nokia name from Lumia smartphones
First device without Nokia name expected to launch soon.
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  Don't be a victim. Lock down your phone or tablet.   Essential security apps for your phone or tablet
Hackers would love to weasel their way on to your smartphone or tablet.
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  Smartphones are neither   The week in Reviewed: Don't call it a smartphone edition
We round up the news stories and tech products that left the biggest mark on us this week.
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  The Apple logo is seen hanging inside the Apple store on West 66th Street in New York City.   Report: Apple to merge Beats Music with iTunes
Retooled iTunes expected to launch next year, says report.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Jeff Hulbert, of Annapolis, Maryland, holds up a sign in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. Hulbert is protesting for a mandatory quarantine for people that have returned from Ebola affected countries.

Jeff Hulbert, of Annapolis, Maryland, holds up a sign in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. Hulbert is protesting for a mandatory quarantine for people that have returned from Ebola affected countries.
 
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Wash. student gunman may have targeted cousins, friends
NYC: 'Open for business' despite Ebola case
Gunman shoots 3 deputies, killing 2 in California
 
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