@cnntech Jay-Z to buy music streaming Aspiro for $56 million, via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/TepW1BTsoG http://t.co/YUl0ZnOYwb

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@cnntech If you’re ever in this German airport, you can let a “robot valet” park your car: http://t.co/gHijdhMIkE http://t.co/0ETg0SunTA

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@cnntech Google's ad revenue continues to struggle, via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/U6ml6e3KX9 http://t.co/o9Ef7wBlNB

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@cnntech The cost of doing business in China: Spying http://t.co/8QivTCD2y1 via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/iLU1S0cDtC

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@cnntech Would you let a tiny robot swim in your bloodstream? http://t.co/zLfMFCHHYe http://t.co/IzNWUm0kgV

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@cnntech The best TV deals for the Super Bowl http://t.co/2zvRvU09XN via @DavidGoldmanCNN http://t.co/5QQ0aBKtvA

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@cnntech LA police chief claims Google's traffic app endangers cops http://t.co/70sFsrz4g4 via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/btL57gX2HV

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@cnntech 74.5 million iPhones is ... http://t.co/lbfAmAHv8O via @DavidGoldmanCNN and @KatieLobosco http://t.co/yKJmCMEuhO

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@cnntech This “space cup” may be an astronaut’s best friend: http://t.co/sZGjllW3LW #ISS http://t.co/ez9BxN5HFC

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@cnntech No, you can't fly drones over the White House http://t.co/cpnIDur8He via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/tE4KBxlgQe

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Jay-Z to buy music streaming Aspiro for $56 million CNNMoney.com

In the music world, buying a tech startup is all the rage these days. FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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Is this the Super Bowl's next GoDaddy? CNNMoney.com

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Sara Ashley O'Brien

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Uber sued in U.S. over alleged India rape CNNMoney.com

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Google's ad revenue continues to struggle CNNMoney.com

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Jose Pagliery

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Feds take down revenge porn king CNNMoney.com

He made money by posting naked pictures of women online. And then he took money from those women to take them down. FULL STORY

Katie Lobosco

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The cost of doing business in China: Spying CNNMoney.com

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Jose Pagliery

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Tim Cook's Apple is hot. But can it keep going? CNNMoney.com

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David Goldman

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Taco Bell: Emoji unfairly biased towards hamburger and pizza lovers CNNMoney.com

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David Goldman

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Why I choose non-monogamy CNNMoney.com

Like most of my generation, I grew up spoon fed monogamist fairy tales that pushed "happily ever after" endings as though achieving one was preordained. FULL STORY

Chris Messina

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Zuckerberg has his Tim Cook moment CNNMoney.com

Mark Zuckerberg just had his Tim Cook moment. FULL STORY

David Goldman

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Facebook is growing -- so are its costs CNNMoney.com

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David Goldman

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Bill Gates: 'I feel pretty stupid that I don't know any foreign languages' CNNMoney.com

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Gregory Wallace

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LA police chief claims Google's traffic app endangers cops CNNMoney.com

The Los Angeles police chief is asking Google to eliminate a cop-spotting feature from its Waze traffic app. FULL STORY

Jose Pagliery

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Doug Gross

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Heather Kelly

Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely
Caregivers are turning to smart-home and wearable technology to monitor family members with Alzheimer's and dementia, helping them live independently longer. FULL STORY

Jarrett Bellini

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Brandon Griggs

The next frontier in 3-D printing: Human organs
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Larry Frum

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Wired | Mar 20, 2014

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