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A networking event at the Nordic Innovation House on March 11, 2015 in Palo Alto, Calif. Funded by a consortium of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, the space provides a
 
  Taiwan becomes first Asian nation with Silicon Valley launch pad  
  France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland and Taiwan all have outposts.  
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  Fitbit makes Wall Street debut Thursday   Tech Five: Fitbit continues to climb
Tech Five: Fitbit continues to climb after Wall Street debut.
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  The website of the Charleston S.C. Post and Courier after it was restored June 19,2015, after suffering a denial of service attack.   'Post and Courier' website in Charleston is target of attack
The newspaper's interactive editor, Jason Emory Parker, said via Twitter he believed the paper had been the target of a DDoS attack.
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    The top 5 video games at E3 2015
E3 closes its doors Thursday, setting up another hype-filled holiday season for the video game industry.
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  The DxO One Camera connects to an iPhone.   DxO promises to turn iPhone into DSLR
The pocket-sized DxO camera can turn your iPhone into a DSLR.
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    Fitbit makes big run on first day of trading
The wearable health-tracking device maker is trading under the NYSE ticker FIT.
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  Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield.   Slack CEO: from log cabin to Flickr to the end of email
After a few failures and a hit with Flickr, Stewart Butterfield now wants email to vanish.
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  Facebook's staff is mostly white and Asian men. The company will interview more  minority job candidates in hopes of increasing diversity.   Facebook turns to NFL playbook to fix diversity problem
It's using the Rooney Rule to consider at least one minority for some open positions.
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    WikiLeaks dumps even more Sony files
The headache continues for the Culver City, Calif.-based company.
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    Uber's argument goes nowhere
The company's attempt to use its app as an argument to re-invent employment law in its home state was just soundly rejected by the California Labor Commission.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A race goer enjoys a cigar on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot, just south of London.

A race goer enjoys a cigar on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot, just south of London.
 
  Popular Stories
Dylann Roof charged with 9 counts of murder in Charleston attack
Florist's tip led police to Charleston shooting suspect
Grieving Charleston looks to move beyond the hate
 
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