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Will the Internet listen to your private conversations?
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm....

Review: 5 ways Windows 10 fixes annoyances in predecessor
NEW YORK (AP) -- It took me just a weekend to get comfortable with Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system, something I never did with its predecessor, Windows 8, even after nearly three years....

Microsoft debuts Windows 10: Why it's being given away free
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Microsoft debuted its new Windows 10 operating system Wednesday, in what the company hopes will be a pivotal moment in its bid regain its sway in a world where the PC is no longer king....

Twitter stock tumbles as user growth stalls
NEW YORK (AP) -- Tepid user growth and ongoing uncertainty about its leadership dragged Twitter's stock to its lowest level in over a year Wednesday, even though the short-messaging service reported sharply quarterly higher revenue....

Twitter 2Q revenue grows sharply but user growth stays slow
NEW YORK (AP) -- Twitter failed to add users at a quick enough pace for investors in the second quarter even as revenue grew sharply, feeding concerns about whether it can ever become a mass-market service like Facebook or Google....

Yahoo plays catch-up in messaging with video texting app
NEW YORK (AP) -- Imagine making a video call without other people being able to listen in....

Nintendo reports profit but no word on new president
TOKYO (AP) -- Nintendo posted an 8.28 billion yen ($67 million) profit for the fiscal first quarter, helped by better sales and a cheap yen, but did not announce a new president to lead the company after the death this month of Satoru Iwata....

Senator objects to anti-terrorism rules for online sites
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat and skeptic of broad government surveillance, objected Tuesday to a bill that would have required social media and online sites like Google, Yahoo, Twitter and Facebook to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity....

Oculus debuts virtual reality film 'Henry'
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- Oculus is hedging its bets that an adorable critter named Henry can help convince consumers - and Hollywood - about the viability of virtual reality as a storytelling medium....

In Tech: New Motorola smartphones; faster future memory chip
Motorola is refreshing its Android smartphones with better cameras and other improvements as it seeks to lure customers who want lower-cost alternatives to leading smartphones from Apple and Samsung....

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Twitter stock tumbles as user growth stalls

Yahoo plays catch-up in messaging with video texting app

Will the Internet listen to your private conversations?

Microsoft debuts Windows 10: Why it's being given away free

Review: 5 ways Windows 10 fixes annoyances in predecessor

Nokia launches virtual reality camera for 3D video

Oculus debuts virtual reality film 'Henry'

Nintendo reports profit but no word on new president

LG Electronics reports 45 percent plunge in 2Q earnings

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