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Fitbit's new activity trackers. The Surge is on right
 
  Fitbit unveils fitness watch, new exercise trackers  
  The crowded activity tracker market is getting more crowded with three new Fitbit trackers.  
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  The LIfe Tracker 1.   A $12 fitness band? Yep. And it looks good.
The Life Tracker 1 will count steps, monitor sleep and more.
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  tech      
    Tech pioneer Ken Coleman talks diversity
African-American tech pioneer talks about diversity after an illustrious career in field.
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  AP TWITTER IPO EXCHANGE FIGHT I DEU   Tech Five: Twitter to report earnings
Social networking giant reports third quarter earnings Monday.
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  gaming      
  Xbox One bundles featuring games Sunset Overdrive, Assassin's Creed Unity and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.   Microsoft cuts price of Xbox One for holidays
Tech giant temporarily cutting price of console to $349.
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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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  Two-factor authentication can help keep you more secure.   Security update: AOL learns to two-step, and why your ISP may not
Two-factor authentication can keep you more secure online.
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  tech      
  The Samsung ATIV Book 9 is a spiffily-designed workhorse laptop.   Samsung laptop takes a page out of Apple's (Mac) book
The Samsung ATIV Book 9 is a spiffily-designed workhorse laptop.
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  business      
  CVS announced in February it would no longer sell tobacco products.   CVS follows Rite-Aid, shuts off Apple Pay
Drug store giants may be joining with other major retailers in developing a competing mobile wallet.
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  tech      
  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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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Sculptor Elisha Gold welds six-inch nails onto a large sculpture during the RiverArtsFest event on Oct. 26 on South Main in Memphis, Tenn.

Sculptor Elisha Gold welds six-inch nails onto a large sculpture during the RiverArtsFest event on Oct. 26 on South Main in Memphis, Tenn.
 
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Ted Olson: 'Point of no return' on gay marriage passed
 
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