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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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LivesOn.org promises that ”when your heart stops beating, you’ll keep tweeting.”

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LivesOn.org promises that ”when your heart stops beating, you’ll keep tweeting.”

Tweet in Peace: LivesOn Keeps Twitter Feed Alive Even If You Aren’t

For some there might be no finer way to spend the afterlife than insulting TV presenter Piers Morgan. Dave Bedwood, a 38-year-old Briton, says he can help you do just that. Almost 7,000 people have signed up for LivesOn.org, which promises that ”when...

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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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Uber, which offers mobile software for booking black cars and other rides, hikes prices during peak times.

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Uber, which offers mobile software for booking black cars and other rides, hikes prices during peak times.

Uber Reverses on Hurricane Sandy Cab Price Hike in New York

Uber, the car service that lets people summon rides via a smartphone app, was hit with its own storm this week when New Yorkers accused the startup of unfairly profiting by charging higher rates in the wake of Hurricane Sandy....

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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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Loren Brichter, a former Apple and Twitter employee, is now working on mobile games. His first release is a word game.

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Loren Brichter, a former Apple and Twitter employee, is now working on mobile games. His first release is a word game.

Ex-Apple Developer’s Much-Anticipated Next Act: A Word Game

Among app fanatics, the anticipation has been high for Loren Brichter’s next project, and for good reason: The 27-year-old developer has a history of creating mobile software that ends up being used by millions of people. At Apple, he worked...

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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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A Twitter account for “Pending Larry” was quickly created. It has more than a thousand followers.

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A Twitter account for “Pending Larry” was quickly created. It has more than a thousand followers.

Move Over ‘Bindersfullofwomen,’ Here Comes ‘PendingLarry’

In an age when no public gaffe goes untweeted, it didn’t take long for the premature release of Google’s earnings to spark sarcasm from the social media world. The filing was clearly in draft form, the best evidence being a...

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Patrick Stewart tweeted that he has given up on Time Warner Cable and is opting for Dish.

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Patrick Stewart tweeted that he has given up on Time Warner Cable and is opting for Dish.

Dish Makes It So for Patrick Stewart

It seems even celebrities have trouble with their cable service. Patrick Stewart, the “Star Trek” and “X-Men” star who has taken up residence in Brooklyn, New York, said he’s switching to Dish Network Corp. for television service after complaining about...

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Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone say they want to think carefully about how to handle developer relations.

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Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone say they want to think carefully about how to handle developer relations.

Twitter Co-Founder Says Developer Policy Wasn’t ‘All Figured Out’

Twitter’s stricter approach to third-party software developers was not part of some master plan, according to company co-founder and board member Evan Williams, referring to policy changes that would block once-popular apps. “We didn’t have that all figured out with...

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