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Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer earns the same as a man with similar experience would in her position, a study says.

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Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer earns the same as a man with similar experience would in her position, a study says.

A Bright Spot in Tech’s Gender Gap

The technology world is still run by men. They have more than 80 percent of the software developer jobs, according to the U.S.  Bureau of Labor Statistics. And they hold most of the leadership positions. But there’s good news for the...

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The Inner Balance app coaches you through breathing exercises designed to reduce stress.

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The Inner Balance app coaches you through breathing exercises designed to reduce stress.

Inner Balance Promises Stress Relief for IPhoners: Rich Jaroslovsky

In a classic “Seinfeld” episode, George’s father adopts what’s supposed to be a stress-reduction technique. Except that, instead of reciting it softly to himself, he bellows to the rafters: “Serenity now!” The Inner Balance Trainer is a $99 device from...

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed optimism about mobile, but the numbers aren't there yet.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed optimism about mobile, but the numbers aren't there yet.

Facebook Is a ‘Mobile Company,’ But Is That a Good Business?

Mark Zuckerberg described Facebook today as a “mobile company,” but he has a long way to go to prove that mobile is a viable business. Zuckerberg’s opening statements on Facebook’s earnings call lasted about seven and a half minutes, and...

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Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg introduces Graph Search at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California.

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Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg introduces Graph Search at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California.

First Impressions of Facebook’s New Graph Search

If you follow directions, Facebook’s new search engine is pretty amazing. But veer off course, and the results reveal just how limited the tool is right now. During an event today at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Facebook introduced...

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Facebook plans to show off what it's been working on during a news conference at its headquarters.

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Facebook plans to show off what it's been working on during a news conference at its headquarters.

Live Blog: Facebook Event

Please refresh your browser every few minutes to see my updates. 11:15 a.m. Facebook’s searchapalooza event has come to an end. 11:12 a.m. Hey, Zuck! Remember that company you agreed to spend $1 billion on? Will we be able to...

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Axel Toelke (left) and Ijad Madisch, the CEO and co-founder of Berlin startup ResearchGate.

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Axel Toelke (left) and Ijad Madisch, the CEO and co-founder of Berlin startup ResearchGate.

ResearchGate’s 2013 Resolution: Make Money

Since opening its doors in 2008, ResearchGate has aimed to be the Facebook for scientists — a website for medical researchers to connect and share their findings. But following Facebook’s disastrous initial public offering last year, ResearchGate is spending 2013 trying...

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About one-fifth of Americans registered to vote shared their political picks on social networks, according to a new study.

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About one-fifth of Americans registered to vote shared their political picks on social networks, according to a new study.

Many Americans Sharing Who They Voted for on Social Networks

By law, U.S. citizens have a right to privacy about who they vote for. In the era of social networking, many choose not to keep it a secret. According to a study published today by the Pew Research Center, 22...

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Security firm Imperva found social media sites were a hot topic in hacker forums, including the sale of Facebook "likes."

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Security firm Imperva found social media sites were a hot topic in hacker forums, including the sale of Facebook "likes."

With Friends Like These: Hacker Forums Focus on Facebook, Twitter

What do hackers talk about when they think nobody’s listening? According to a new analysis of 18 hacker forums from around the world, the answer often is: your Facebook and Twitter accounts. An examination of popular hacker chat rooms by...

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“Pretty Little Liars" is a hit on TV and social media, garnering 1.6 million Twitter comments for the season finale.

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“Pretty Little Liars" is a hit on TV and social media, garnering 1.6 million Twitter comments for the season finale.

ABC Family Tweets to Keep ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Viewers Tuned In

Thirteen-year-old Gracie Marx is obsessed with the ABC Family show “Pretty Little Liars.” The Beverly Hills, California, middle-schooler posts images related to the series on Facebook Inc.’s Instagram site, texts with friends while watching and has a whiteboard at home...

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