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JPMorgan hangs up on office voicemail

The days of leaving a message at the tone may be drawing to a close at JPMorgan.

The nation's largest bank is looking for ways to save money, and it's starting with voicemail.

"We realized that hardly anyone uses voice mail anymore," said Gordon Smit...

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Comcast, Time Warner Cable customers: Service is getting worse

Americans love TV and the Internet, but they really, really hate the companies that bring it to them.

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Google: Still mostly white men work for us

Google is still struggling with lack of diversity, admitting Tuesday in its second annual diversity report that white men still dominate the tech giant's workforce.

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Congressmen: FBI wants to make smartphones less safe

This is what two Congressman are telling the FBI director: We have computer science degrees, you don't, and you're making Americans less safe from hackers.

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From Apple

Watch is Apple's most successful product launch

The Apple Watch is gearing up to be Apple's most successful product debut.

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Weather front halts solar plane over Pacific

Deteriorating weather has forced the Solar Impulse, the plane aiming to fly around the world powered only by the sun, to postpone its effort to reach Hawaii and to plan a landing instead in Japan.

"Weather window toward Hawaii has deteriorated," the s...

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From Apple

Apple is about to make your iPhone a lot cooler

Apple could soon change the way you use your iPhone and iPad.

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SensorWake

This alarm clock wakes you up with the smell of cash

The best part of waking up...is your olfactory alarm clock.

Ross Ulbricht

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Silk Road's Ross Ulbricht sentenced to life

Ross Ulbricht, creator of the underground website Silk Road, which let users anonymously buy and sell anything from drugs to hacking tutorials, was sentenced Friday to life in prison after he made a tearful plea for leniency.

Ulbricht, who is 31, was...

High-tech clothes in the offing

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Google, Levi's to make smart clothing

Google and Levi's are teaming up to make digitally connected clothing, literally, smarty pants. The company's Advanced Technology and Projects group is working on fabric that can sense touch gestures.

 
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