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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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A new class of online retailer is using Shopify, a tool that allows its users to take a different route into the manufacturing ecosystem. iStockphoto hide caption

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Instagram And Shopify: How Businesses Are Targeting Your Feed

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In a federal indictment, Phillip Durachinsky faces numerous charges including installing malware on thousands of computers and the production of child pornography. Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department hide caption

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Ohio Man Charged With Putting Spyware On Thousands of Computers

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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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