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Will Instagram shut down this 17-year-old's app?

It's a 17-year-old kid against a $35 billion company.

Los Angeles high school student Caleb Benn has developed an app called Uploader for Instagram, which is exactly what it sounds like. It allows users to upload photos to Instagram directly from thei...

Google Pac-Man

From Google

Pac-Man on Google Maps? Bring it on, fools!

Blinky and Pinky on the Champs Elysees? Inky and Clyde running down Broadway? Power pellets on the Embarcadero?

Amazon Dash

From Amazon

Amazon Dash: Never run out of toilet paper again

Amazon wants to make ordering its products as easy as a click of a button -- literally.

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Courtesy: Apple

Trade in your Android for an iPhone at Apple Stores

You can now trade in your non-iPhone smartphone at an Apple Store for a credit toward a new iPhone. Previously, Apple only accepted iPh...

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This man bet $100K that there's a startup bubble

One man is betting $100,000 that there is -- in fact -- a tech bubble. But he's hardly an adamant bubble theorist.

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Skyscrapers made from ...wood?

If the 20th century was the century of the skyscraper, then the 21st century is shaping up as the century of the "plyscaper."

Despite its historical reputation for great city fires -- London in 1666, the Great Chicago fire of 1871 and San Francisco in...

Kickstarter

Kickstarter

Pebble Time Kickstarter project raised $20.3 million

During its monthlong crowdfunding campaign, which ended 10 p.m. ET Friday, Pebble Time shattered two Kickstarter records -- fastest project to raise $1 million (49 minutes) and most raised ($20.3 million).

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Would pilotless planes make sense?

Would you be willing to fly on a plane with no pilot?

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Your iPhone could help lower medical bills

Your iPhone could save you time and money at the doctor's office. At least that's what doctors hope.

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Microsoft tells its contractors: Give workers paid time off

Microsoft wants its security guards, janitors and cooks to have paid time off.

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