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Winklevoss Capital is dabbling in backing Bitcoin startups.
The Syrian Electronic Army has hacked into a Financial Times blog and some of its Twitter accounts.
Hangouts doesn't differ much from other messaging services, but it unifies many Google products.
Investors pushed stocks higher Friday following a strong report on consumer sentiment. All three indexes ended higher for a fourth week, with the Dow and S&P 500 hitting new highs.
With bitcoins still hovering over $100, one miner explains how he makes money running his computer 24/7, supporting the Bitcoin system.
Airlines alerted about problem that can cause engines on Boeing 777 to shut down in flight.
U.S. officials froze the financial accounts of Bitcoin's biggest exchange, accusing it of transmitting money without a license.
France wants to see the creation of a eurozone government within two years to help lift the region out of its economic slump.
Early results of Japan's economic gambit are encouraging, but it's too soon to declare victory.
Data on inflation, housing, jobless claims and consumer sentiment fails to inspire investors.
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