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  Apple's plan for world domination is a waiting game  
  First it was phones and tablets. Now, it appears to be watches, cars and more.  
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  Elite runners Josphat Boit, left, and Meb Keflezighi race during the 2014 Boston Marathon.   A race for the lead in the wearables market
Austin Marathon offers a microcosm of how runners are gearing up in the wearable age.
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  Screenshots of Google's Inbox app for iPad.   Google's Inbox app now available on iPad
But you'll still need an invitation to try Google's new email service.
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  The Apple logo is seen in this  file photo   Report: Apple faces lawsuit over employee poaching
Company accused of pursuing engineers for battery division.
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  A T-Mobile logo hangs under pink umbrellas at the stand of a tech trade fair in Germany.   Tech Five: T-Mobile shares jump off earnings
Company topped estimates on revenue, earnings.
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  A screenshot of Pinterest.   Report: Pinterest seeks $11B valuation
Company reportedly seeking funding round worth $500 million.
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  Loyola Marymount University student Amira Gregory uses Snapchat every day   Snapchat could become third-most valuable tech start-up
The 3-year-old company with messaging app reaches the elusive market of teens, young adults.
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  A hacker detected a bug in Facebook that could've allowed hackers to delete your photos.   How a hacker saved your Facebook photos
We were so close to losing all of our photos.
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  Japan, Estonia, Norway, Sweden and Slovakia are all leaving the U.S. in the dust, according to data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).   America's Internet is worse than you thought (OZY)
You'd think the U.S. would be among the globe's best in Internet speeds, right? Nope.
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  These artifacts related to UFO abductions are among the objects attendees can view at the annual UFO Congress near Phoenix.   Annual UFO conference lands near Phoenix
Attendees enjoy being able to discuss the "cosmic Watergate" in peace.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Fishermen pull their net on Feb. 18 at a beach in Karachi, Pakistan.

Fishermen pull their net on Feb. 18 at a beach in Karachi, Pakistan.
 
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