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Twitter moves to actively seek out terrorist supporters
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is examining other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday....

Apple now accepting your banged-up iPhone
NEW YORK (AP) -- Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade....

LinkedIn shares plunge almost 44 percent
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Investors gave LinkedIn a poor job review Friday in the form of a dramatic sell-off that wiped out nearly $11 billion in the professional networking site's market value....

Experts say launch won't bring N. Korea much closer to ICBM
TOKYO (AP) -- Japan has deployed PAC-3 missile batteries in the heart of Tokyo to shoot down any incoming rocket debris. South Korea is reportedly mobilizing two Aegis-equipped destroyers. The U.S. is already gunning to punish Pyongyang for what it says will be a ballistic missile test in the guise of a space launch....

Making sure Facebook works at the Super Bowl
NEW YORK (AP) -- It's the pain of crowds: Texts, photos and video streams take forever or just can't get through....

LinkedIn shares tumble on weak forecast for 2016
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- LinkedIn shares plunged as much as 28 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after the company reported better-than-expected results for the fourth quarter but provided a weak forecast for 2016....

CBS aims to strike balance with added Super Bowl cameras
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- With some 70 cameras located from the pylons in the end zone to those isolated on single players, the ability to show plays from a 360-degree perspective and tracking technology that determines how fast and far players run, almost no aspect of the Super Bowl will be out of reach for the CBS crew....

Microsoft shows off possible future of football viewing
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Imagine being able to watch all 22 players at the snap with video that expands from your living room television set to the entire wall....

Texas jury orders Apple to pay $625.6 million in patent case
A federal jury in East Texas has ordered Apple to pay $625.6 million after finding that Apple services like FaceTime and iMessage infringed on technology patents held by Nevada patent-holding company VirnetX....

Scientists turn to drones to count growing seal colonies
On a remote island off of Nantucket, scientists are using a tool most commonly associated with war and surveillance to get a look at fuzzy baby seals....

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Twitter moves to actively seek out terrorist supporters

LinkedIn shares plunge almost 44 percent

Apple now accepting your banged-up iPhone

Scientists turn to drones to count growing seal colonies

Experts say launch won't bring N. Korea much closer to ICBM

LinkedIn shares tumble on weak forecast for 2016

IRS resolves computer problems after outage

Obama health care law posts respectable sign-up season

Texas jury orders Apple to pay $625.6 million in patent case

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