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  Shades of gray among black-hat, white-hat hackers  
  The recent history of one such hacking group suggests it's getting harder to neatly divide white hats from black hats.  
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  tech      
  The Microsoft logo is seen in San Francisco.   Tech Five: Preview of Windows 10 for phones planned
Microsoft reportedly hosting event to reveal operating system later this month.
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  IBM led patent recipients for the 22nd straight year in 2014.   IBM: 22 years straight as patent leader
IBM makes it 22nd straight year as top patent recipient
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  Cesar Melgoza   Are Hispanics tech's next tycoons?
César Melgoza: With their influence on the rise, Hispanics could create the next big tech companies.
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  President Obama speaks at the Federal Trade Commission offices in Washington Monday.   Obama calls for new cyberprotections
"If we're going to be connected, then we need to be protected," Obama says.
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  nation      
    CENTCOM's Twitter, YouTube sites hacked
CENTCOM's Twitter feed is suspended.
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  tech      
  People walk past the Apple logo at the Apple Store in New York City in 2013.   More tech shuttle drivers want union
Teamsters have notified Apple, Yahoo and others.
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  personal      
    Tech gadgets designed to beautify
From magic mirrors to hair therapy, these were the best gadgets for staying beautiful.
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  A view of a user's email inbox.   Digital Life: How to handle mistaken emails
What should you do if you mistakenly receive an email from a friend with sensitive info?
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  gaming      
  Promotional art for the video game 'Call of Duty Online,' a free-to-play first-person shooter available in China from Activision and Tencent.   'Call of Duty Online' game live in China
'Call of Duty Online' video game goes live in China
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Officials inspect student exam papers during the Jan. 12 national college entrance test to qualify for entry to the higher academy of fine arts in Xi'an, China.

Officials inspect student exam papers during the Jan. 12 national college entrance test to qualify for entry to the higher academy of fine arts in Xi'an, China.
 
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