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USA TODAY/Stanford's panel discussion on diversity in tech included (from left to right) moderator and USA TODAY editor Dave Callaway,  Stanford law professor Richard Thompson Ford, Vyv founder Laura Gomez, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Nancy Lee of Google
 
  Facebook, Google say diverse workforce key to survival  
  USA TODAY/Stanford summit on tech diversity targets problems and solutions  
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  A man plays 'Candy Crush Saga' on his iPhone.   Tech Five: King, Zynga surging
King shares jump after announcement of share repurchase program.
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  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the opening keynote at the Facebook conference in San Francisco in April.   Why Facebook's Zuckerberg wears same shirt each day
Zuckerberg answered series of questions during Q&A.
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    Jesse Jackson says more pressure needed on tech firms
The Rev. Jesse Jackson talks about diversity in tech with USA TODAY
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  Gavin Andresen of the Bitcoin Foundation speaks on the final day of the 2014 Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland on Nov. 6.   Gavin Andresen: I don't want to be 'king of Bitcoin'
Andresen serves as the face of the decentralized currency.
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  Maxine Williams, Facebook's global head of diversity, gestures on a panel on tech diversity. To her left is Nancy Lee, director of people operations at Google.   Closing tech's diversity gap: The conversation on Twitter
Coverage from USA TODAY and Stanford University's panel on tech diversity.
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    How to close tech's diversity gap
Black, Latinos and women are disproportionately represented at fast-growing tech companies. USA TODAY interviews tech and civil-rights leaders, including Google's Nancy Lee and Magic Johnson, on how to fix this problem. Laura Mandaro reports.
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  Facebook logo.   Q and A: Lock your Ex- out of your Facebook profile
Kim Komando answers questions on consumer technology.
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  Kim Komando offers tips for keeping your online accounts secure.   5 steps to keep your accounts safe from hackers and scammers
Here's how to help make sure your accounts are secure and safe from attack.
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  personal      
  PreTweet eliminates annoying words and phrases from your social media posts before you publish them.   How avoid being annoying on social media (OZY)
The new web-based tool, PreTweet, promises to cut the clichés from your posts, free of charge.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Men play accordions on Red Square in Moscow during a Nov. 7 historical parade marking the 73rd anniversary of the battle for Moscow during WWII.

Men play accordions on Red Square in Moscow during a Nov. 7 historical parade marking the 73rd anniversary of the battle for Moscow during WWII.
 
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