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  Tech Five: Microsoft to unveil Windows 10  
  Next version of operating system showcased at event Wednesday.  
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  WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: U.S. President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union speech before members of Congress in the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol January 20, 2015 in Washington, DC. Obama presented a broad agenda on income inequalit   Obama: We need intelligence to fight cyber attacks
The nation needs "intelligence to combat cyber threats," the president said.
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    Netflix shares soar on robust earnings
Netflix shares soar on robust fourth-quarter earnings.
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  Ozzie Solorzano, who belongs to a hotel union, says Airbnb hurts hotel workers   Airbnb blamed for rising housing costs in NYC
NYC City Council held its first oversight hearing to discuss the growing controversy surrounding Airbnb.
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  Impression of Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 18.   Banning encryption like banning books
As powerful elites from across the globe prepare to gather for the World Economic Forum this week, smartphones and electronic tablets linked to the Internet have become the modern equivalents of mass-produced bibles.
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  Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler testifies before the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC in Washington on May 20, 2014. Net neutrality and possible future changes to pricing by Internet provid   Congress to tackle open Internet legislation
The FCC plans to issue its own net neutrality rules in February.
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    Malware in ads turn computers into zombies
Malvertising is malicious software hidden in online ads so it can infect hapless users.
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  1412361228000-uber-ride-share-app   Uber a fine alternative to taxi service
The company has resorted to adolescent-like schemes to disrupt the business of rivals.
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  The San Francisco-area garage and recycling company The Ratto Group has contracted with Wrightspeed to turn 17 of its garbage trucks into quieter electric-powered machines.   Tesla co-founder electrified about trucks
Ian Wright's company retrofits commercial trucks with gas- and noise-saving electric power.
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    Most common password in 2014: '123456'
Other bad passwords to make the list include 'password,' 'qwerty.'
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Photographers cover the liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at Launch Complex 41 on Jan. 20 at Cape Canaveral Air force Station in Florida.

Photographers cover the liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at Launch Complex 41 on Jan. 20 at Cape Canaveral Air force Station in Florida.
 
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