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LiveLeak bans future ISIS beheading videos

When YouTube started to remove gory videos of journalist James Foley's beheading this week, the next stop for some Internet surfers was LiveLeak, a streaming video website that specializes in hosting graphic videos that other sites won't touch.

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Meet Sobrr, the anti-Facebook app

What would you do if you only had one day to live? Probably not spend time downloading and fiddling with a mobile app, we're guessing.

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Sprint undercuts T-Mobile by $20 a month

The price war is on in the U.S. wireless industry.

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How we'll pay for things in the future

Whether it's via contactless cards and mobile phones, or even wearable gadgets and biometrics, new ways of paying and spending are increasingly muscling their way into the mix, leading to a rise in cashless transactions.

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Traffic lights are dangerously easy to hack

Traffic lights all across the United States are dangerously easy to hack.

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Where you can get blazing-fast Internet speeds

A growing number of Americans have home Internet speeds that make your broadband connection look like dial-up.

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Walmart slashes prices on 5S, 5C

Attention Walmart shoppers: iPhone prices are coming down.

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Social media deals with James Foley beheading

When confronted by gruesome images of a man being beheaded by terrorists, what should you do?

News organizations have grappled with these kinds of questions for decades. Now, with the prevalence of social media, website operators and ordinary Internet...

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Netflix

Faster Netflix streaming coming to Time Warner Cable

Netflix is opening up its wallet once again to improve streaming speeds on one of the country's largest Internet providers.

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Twitter removes images of James Foley's death

Twitter is taking down images and video of the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley by Islamic militants.

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