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In New York City, Manju Malkani, IBM analytics consultant, and Paul Walsh, Vice President of Weather Analytics at The Weather Company, access real-time weather data through IBM Watson Analytics. IBM and The Weather Company announced a partnership to
 
  IBM, Weather Channel team for better business forecasts  
  IBM and Weather Channel parent company use cloud service for better forecasts.  
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  gaming      
  A screenshot of Pac-Man played on a map of Washington, D.C., using Google Maps.   Here's how to play Pac-Man on Google Maps
Google pays tribute to classic video game via Maps.
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  In this Jan. 21, 2015 file photo, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at an event demonstrating the new features of Windows 10 at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Wash.   Preview of Microsoft's Project Spartan available
Access available through technical preview of Windows 10.
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  A Chinese man talks on his phone while walking into an Apple store in Beijing.   Tech Five: Apple expands trade-in options
Company will start accepting non-iPhone devices, PCs.
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  Kanye West (L) and JAY Z onstage at the Tidal launch event #TIDALforALL at Skylight at Moynihan Station on March 30, 2015 in New York City.   With Jay Z at the helm, Tidal targets Spotify, Apple
Jay Z ready to make waves in music-streaming business.
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  Filmmaker Robin Hauser Reynolds is shown here interviewing Kimberly Bryant of Black Girls Code for her documentary, 'CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap,' about women and computer science.   Why aren't more women coding?
Robin Hauser Reynolds explores why women often steer clear of coding in her new documentary
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  columnist      
    Tech's next frontier: Voice
Your voice--coupled with a machine's ability to recognize and process speech--is assuming a bigger role in the era of "Internet of Things." Ed Baig visits Google's voice lab and talks to researchers at Microsoft and Nuance.
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  (PHOTO: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)   Think you know the Apple logo? Think again
In a study, 84 out of 85 people couldn't draw it from memory.
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  columnist      
    Ed Baig reviews the HTC One M9
The HTC One M9 is a beautiful device, but it needs to leap past rivals.
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  The website Mail a Spud lets customers send a potato, complete with address and stamps.   Tech tools for April Fools' pranks
Want to pull off an epic prank? Here are some ideas.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Kurdish fighters rest in a house on March 30 outside Kobane, Syria.

Kurdish fighters rest in a house on March 30 outside Kobane, Syria.
 
  Popular Stories
Gov. Pence proposes 'fix' to religious freedom law
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