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Possible Apple iWatch

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office

Is this Apple's new iWatch?

Apple was granted a patent for a smartwatch Tuesday, lending credence to rumors that the company will unveil a new "iWatch" this fall.

West Bank, Gaza

CNN

Israeli tech talent tapped to fight in Gaza

When Israeli soldiers wrap up their three years of mandatory service, many go on to launch tech startups.

Facebook Mentions

Courtesy Facebook

You're not cool enough for Facebook's newest app

Call it Facebook for the famous. Facebook has unveiled a new standalone app called "Mentions," which is designed to help famous people manage their presences on the site.

Google to speed up Web with smaller photos

Dana Lipnickas/CNNMoney

Google to speed up Web with smaller photos

Giant photos are slowing the Web down. Google has a plan to make your pages load faster.

Jada sex abuse victim

CNN

How a teen turned online abuse around

Jada, a Houston-area 16-year-old, was getting ready for finals week and looking forward to a summer hanging out with friends and finding a job.

On June 1, she went to a friend of a friend's house party. She recalls little of what went on that evening...

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Facebook tests new function: If you Like it, Buy it

Facebook is looking for some new fans: It wants to help small business owners up their ecommerce game.

The social media giant announced Thursday that it's testing a new Buy button feature with "a few" small and medium-sized businesses across the count...

Netflix on iPhone

Netflix

Netflix partner says Verizon slows traffic

The battle over Netflix streaming speeds is still raging.

Level 3, a firm Netflix and others pay to deliver traffic to Internet service providers, joined the fray Thursday, accusing Verizon of refusing to upgrade its infrastructure to boost lagging s...

Kindle Fire HD

Amazon

Amazon: Read as much as you want for $9.99

Amazon's long-rumored e-book subscription service is now a reality: "Kindle Unlimited."

The company announced the $9.99-per-month service on Friday and said that it would let users "freely read as much as they want from over 600,000 Kindle books."

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