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Microsoft needs outside perspective, not Gates' return

Another run by Gates as CEO would not solve the software giant's problems.

By September 2, 2013

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Agoraphobic artist slays demons through comics

Characters in Kimball Anderson's comics don't battle the villains typical of the genre. They fight an anxiety disorder that can turn the simple act of leaving the house into a frightening ordeal.

By August 12, 2013

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Twitter platform director Ryan Sarver departing

Sarver was at Twitter for four years, and now leaves with no plans "but rest." Twitter has already posted a job listing as it searches for his replacement.

By May 31, 2013

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The evolution of Apple's iPhone (video)

We delve into the history behind this iconic gadget, examining the iPhone's changing face, as well as Apple's most spectacular smart phone hits -- and its biggest misses.

By April 12, 2013

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Nokia CEO: We are not a 'me-too' device-maker

Nokia's path to developing an indelible identity? Make something different.

By February 25, 2013

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'Dell dude': I can save Dell, dude

He's still young. His mind is all there. Yes, the boy from the old "Dude, you're getting a Dell" ads says he has what it takes to make Dell an indelible success again.

By January 23, 2013

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Steve Jobs -- The untold tales

Friends and colleagues shed a light on Jobs by revealing some of their most indelible moments with the late Apple leader, via Forbes magazine.

By October 3, 2012

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Double-decker bus does pushups for Olympics glory

Artist David Cerny attaches arms to a six-ton red double-decker bus and makes it do pushups to celebrate the London Olympics.

By July 25, 2012

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5 citizens who left the U.S. to avoid paying tax

These former U.S. citizens made lots of money in the land of the free, then headed overseas

By July 17, 2012

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How to delete yourself from the Internet

You may not feel like the flotsam and jetsam that make up the facts of your life are important, but increasingly companies are using that dry data to make your every online step as indelible as if written in blood. Here's how to take back your digital dignity.

By April 19, 2012