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Tim Sullivan, CEO of Ancestry.com, sees a near future where genealogy information will be surfaced via DNA.
 
  Ancestry.com uses spit to find your long lost relatives  
  The long-running dot-com has enough DNA-sourced samples to match many with old relatives  
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  GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving, front row right, joins the celebration during New York Stock Exchange opening bell ceremonies for his company's IPO on Wednesday.   Tech Five: How will GoDaddy do on Day 2?
Web hosting service's stock surged 31% on first day of trading.
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  A screenshot of the feature Open Tickets for Square Register.   Square eyes bars, restaurants with Open Tickets
Option lets businesses start tabs, keep open to add orders.
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    Review: Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
Samsung rises to the challenge with its new flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge phones.
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  Working the pour over   How to brew the best cup of coffee at home
We have tips on how to brew a better cup of joe at home, even if you're an average Joe.
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  An image from HBO's   Sling TV to add HBO
Sling TV crowns its Net video offerings with HBO prior to 'Game of Thrones' season premiere.
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  money      
    GoDaddy is a go go go in IPO debut
Internet domain provider soars in Wall Street trading debut.
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  The Mail Order Beard Box from Birchbox, the company's contribution to April Fools' Day.   Best of April Fools: Google, Uber with cats
Tech gets in on the April Fools' jokes. Here are some of the best
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  A study from the Pew Research Center finds that compared with smartphone owners from households earning $75,000 or more per year, those from households earning less than $30,000 annually are nearly twice as likely to use a smartphone to look for info   For 7% smartphone is only link to Internet
Smartphone-dependent users are younger, poorer and less educated.
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  gaming      
    Play Pac-Man on Google Maps
Google pays tribute to classic video game via Maps.
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A woman participates in the procession of the Nazarene of Saint Paul Christ's Day during Holy Week on April 1 outside the Santa Teresa church in Caracas, Venezuela.

A woman participates in the procession of the Nazarene of Saint Paul Christ's Day during Holy Week on April 1 outside the Santa Teresa church in Caracas, Venezuela.
 
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Nearly 600 held hostage, 21 dead in Kenya university attack
Officials: Co-pilot studied suicide methods, cockpit security
Retirees embrace ways to stay put, age in place
 
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