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Intel sign
 
  Intel to buy Altera in nearly $17B cash deal  
  Intel will buy fellow chip maker Altera for $54 a share in cash deal valued at $16.7B.  
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  In a statement, BlackBerry officials said the company   BlackBerry settles with Typo over phone keyboards
Typo will no longer create keyboard attachments for iPhone.
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  The customizable Start menu now has live tiles.   Windows 10 to arrive July 29
Windows 10 arrives July 29, but Microsoft wants you to reserve a copy in advance.
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  tech      
  Intel announces new diversity initiatives   Tech Five: Intel to acquire Altera for $16.7B
Chip maker would reportedly buy company for $54 a share.
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    Apple I computer worth $200K accidentally donated
A San Francisco area electronics recycling firm is looking for a woman who they say donated a rare 1976 Apple I computer that turned out to be worth $200,000. Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) has the story.
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  Smart phone in ring Long way from an outlet, but close to something burning? No, this isn't a Luddite's prank.   Charge your phone with fire (OZY)
A new way to power up that's efficient, planet-friendly … and lets you check Twitter around the campfire.
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  A screen shot of the new in-testing interface for Netflix.com.   Cutting the Cord: A new user interface coming to Netflix on the Web
Cutting the Cord: Netflix on the Web gets a new look
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  Angelo Pullen is co-founder of 3BlackDot   Weekend Listening - Google Photos, free online TV streaming, Uber of truckers
USA TODAY podcasts this week feature mobile video how-to tips, app reviews and intro new tech startups.
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  Internet-calling services can help users keep their landline numbers.   Want to move your home number? Take it to the Web
Take advantage of Internet-calling services like Vonage to keep your number.
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  columnist      
  The Bill of Rights.   Let gridlock bury mass surveillance, preserve U.S. right to privacy
Can government gridlock save our constitutional right to privacy?
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
The U.S. Capitol at dusk in Washington, DC.

The U.S. Capitol at dusk in Washington, DC.
 
  Popular Stories
Supreme Court gives Facebook 'rapper' second chance in threat case
Lindsey Graham launches presidential campaign
Here's what happens now that the Patriot Act provisions expired
 
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