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LinkedIn Co-Founder On What Resolutions Silicon Valley Should Make For 2018

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What Your Smart Devices Know About You

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Tim Kruger: How Do We Slow Climate Change Before It's Too Late?

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Innovation At CES Trade Show Couldn't Keep Lights From Going Out

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laughs as he meets with a group of entrepreneurs and innovators during a roundtable discussion at Cortex Innovation Community technology hub, in November, in St. Louis. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Ezzard Turner, a dean at the City on a Hill Circuit Street charter school in Boston, returns students' phones after locking them in pouches for the school day. A new policy at the school aims to literally contain distractions by requiring the phones to stay locked up until dismissal time. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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A School's Way To Fight Phones In Class: Lock 'Em Up

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Logan Paul came under heavy criticism for a video he posted on YouTube depicting a dead body, apparently the result of suicide. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMedia hide caption

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Established Automakers Announce Bold Moves In Electrification

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Teacher's Twitter Post About Twitter Goes Viral

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Ari Curtis, author of Least Desirable, a blog about dating as a black woman. Kholood Eid for NPR hide caption

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'Least Desirable'? How Racial Discrimination Plays Out In Online Dating

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Ex-Google Engineer Files Suit, Saying He Was Retaliated Against

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Apple Asked To Help Wean Digital-Addicted Youths

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Time For Harassers To Be Held Accountable, Female Gamer Says

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A SpaceX Falcon9 rocket blasts off the launch pad in February 2015, carrying the NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory spacecraft. The same type of rocket attempted to place a U.S. spy satellite in orbit on Sunday. Orlando Sentinel/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Apple is being urged to help protect young users of its smartphones and tablets, with two investors citing problems that have been linked with spending too much time on social media and looking at screens. Matthias Balk/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Robots Are Helping A Furniture Shop Without Putting Workers Out Of Jobs

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