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  Tim Cook offered Steve Jobs his liver, new bio reveals  
  From Apple Watch talk to the company's hunt for a trillion-dollar valuation, high-flying Apple (AAPL) and its CEO Tim Cook may be burning up the limelight but co-founder Steve Jobs continues to cast a long shadow even in death.  
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  There are ways to stop carriers from sharing your information with advertisers.   What cellphone companies don't want you to know
Tips on how to stop carriers from handing over your info to advertisers.
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  Ellen Pao reads an exhibit on the stand in San Francisco Superior Court.   Ellen Pao trial: Where does $16 million come from?
Kleiner's lawyer accused her Thursday of blaming everything negative on discrimination.
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  A book signing line forms as Actress Goldie Hawn, founder of The Hawn Foundation, was signing copies of her book   SXSW tries to curb mayhem after last year's tragedy
Festival organizers are trying to rein in, control and reduce crowds.
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  Box execs at the company's IPO debut in January.   Tech Five: Box still sliding after earnings
Company missed analyst estimates on quarterly earnings.
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    SXSW is starting; let the grumbling begin
Construction, stifling traffic, overcrowding have dampened the joy. Yet, we still come.
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  People search sites are great ways to find long-lost classmates.   Q&A: Find a long-lost classmate
People search sites are great ways to find long-lost friends.
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  Twitter bans revenge porn. The Twitter logo is displayed at the entrance of Twitter headquarters in San Francisco.   Twitter bans 'revenge porn'
"It is a gratifying move," said University of Maryland law professor Danielle Keats Citron.
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  Software engineers, designers and IT employees of technology companies board shuttle buses to Silicon Valley on April 14, 2014, in the Mission District of San Francisco. Approximately 35,000 employees use shuttle buses each day to be dropped off at G   Facebook approves shuttle drivers contract
The agreement is a major advance in growing effort to address income inequality in Silicon Valley.
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  Intel warns of weak PC demand. (FILES) This January 7, 2010 file photo shows the Intel logo at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.  US tech giant Intel said December 3, 2014 it was joining forces with Italy's Luxott   Intel shares plunge on weak PC demand
Intel warned first-quarter sales may be more than $1 billion lower than it had forecast.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A photo taken from Jersey CIty, N.J., shows a helicopter and rising moon near a building in Manhattan on early March 13.

A photo taken from Jersey CIty, N.J., shows a helicopter and rising moon near a building in Manhattan on early March 13.
 
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