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Head of semiconducter and computer chip manufacturer Intel, Brian Krzanich, speaks during the Intel Keynote at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 06 January 2015.
 
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  Exhibition visitors walk past the exhibition booth of the Alibaba Group on the opening day of the CeBIT 2015 international computer expo in Hanover, Germany, on March 16, 2015.   Alibaba to buy back up to $4B in shares
Shares of e-commerce giant plunge off earnings miss.
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    Anonymity working for Whisper app
10 billion monthly page views for anonymous app
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  Randall Stephenson, chief executive officer of AT&T Inc., in a session on the opening day of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014.   AT&T forecasts revenue growth on DirecTV deal
AT&T gave a glimpse of its expected future now that DirecTV is in the fold.
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  Jack Ma, billionaire and chairman of Alibaba.   Tech Five: Alibaba shares slide on earnings, takes Yahoo down with it
As Alibaba's shares slide on its mixed earnings report, Yahoo goes down with it
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  Blake Irving   GoDaddy distances itself from the sexy, unsavory Super Bowl days
The company, intent on an image transformation, pulls back from racy ads
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    Google's mixed record on moonshots means Alphabet could flunk
Questions on whether Larry Page, Sergey Brin can come up with the next tech breakthrough.
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    Apple feels the pain of China's yuan move
U.S. companies that rely heavily on sales to China take a hit as the yuan is devalued.
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    Anonymity pays for Whisper app
Anonymous app Whisper has struck a chord with folks as the anti-Facebook--a place where folks can let it hang out. But unlike other apps with a similar approach, no name calling or bullying is allowed. Jefferson Graham reports.
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  Tinder goes on Twitter rampage about Vanity Fair article.   Tinder goes on Twitter rant over 'Vanity Fair' article
Tinder says Vanity Fair article didn't touch upon the positive aspects of online dating.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A resident riding a tricycle negotiates floodwaters after a sudden heavy downpour inundated streets in the financial district of Manila.

A resident riding a tricycle negotiates floodwaters after a sudden heavy downpour inundated streets in the financial district of Manila.
 
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