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Vexed in the city: San Francisco strife spurs tech defectors elsewhere

As clashes mar tech's epicenter, entrepreneurs find that fleeing San Francisco for up-and-coming startup hubs can offer unique advantages.

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Hack attack: Apps can spy on other apps

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USB Type-C: One cable to connect them all

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Crave Ep. 171: The Superhero Workout will whip nerds into shape

Level up your prototype battle suit with the Superhero Workout app for iOS, then relax with a rubdown from your laptop case.​

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Google Now can do more than let you search by voice. Here are a bunch of ways to turn it into the ultimate personal assistant.

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Great Google+ communities for Android users

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The 404 Show 1,541: Look away from your phone once and a while, the world is passing you by (podcast)

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