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Ellen Pao reads an exhibit on the stand in San Francisco Superior Court.
 
  To win, Kleiner must 'eviscerate' everything Pao says  
  The questioning is focusing on sex, lies and inconsistencies.  
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  tech      
  Apple fans wait for the opening of the first Apple Store in mainland China at Joy City on Feb. 7 in Tianjin, China.   Tech Five: New iPhone rumors surface
Company reportedly adding 'force of touch' tech similar to Apple Watch, MacBook.
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  tech      
  Motorola is letting you choose among bands and case finish for its Moto 360 smartwatch.   Motorola lets you swap bands, finish on Moto 360
Motorola will let you swap bands, case finish on Moto 360 smartwatch.
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  tech      
  Stephen Hirschfeld, a founding partner and co-managing partner with the law firm of Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, in San Francisco, Calif., had been hired as an investigator for Kleiner Perkins.   Ellen Pao cross-examination leads to visible cringing
Ellen Pao took the stand to answer questions from Kleiner Perkins' lead attorney Tuesday afternoon, facing a packed courtroom
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    Apple unveils Apple Watch: First impressions
Apple unveils its new Apple watch. USA Today's tech team shares their opinions on the new device.
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  tech      
  Apple Watch is expected to generate millions of sales and billions of dollars but many analysts remain skeptical.   Apple Watch: A hot-selling flop?
Despite predictions of hot sales many analysts remain skeptical
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  tech      
    Apple Watch will have 'thousands' of apps
New Apple Watch apps are designed to be used for seconds, not minutes.
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  cars      
  In this 2009 file photo, a driver uses a cell phone in Yarmouth, Maine   Flip phones making comeback, but not in cars
Urban hipsters and celebrities like flip phones that don't have GPS
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  politics      
    Could Clinton's BlackBerry handle multiple e-mail accounts?
Clinton said Tuesday she wanted the "simplicity of using one device."
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  tech      
  Catherine Weingarten and Endangered Bodies helped launch the campaign to get Facebook to replace its   Facebook changes 'feeling fat' emoji after protest
Facebook adds "feeling stuffed" emoji after thousands of people signed an online petition.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A student works on a wristwatch mechanism in a classroom at class at the Mare de Deu de la Merce secondary school on March 10 in Barcelona, Spain. The watchmaking school, founded in 1948, is the last watchmaking school in Spain.

A student works on a wristwatch mechanism in a classroom at class at the Mare de Deu de la Merce secondary school on March 10 in Barcelona, Spain. The watchmaking school, founded in 1948, is the last watchmaking school in Spain.
 
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