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Top Tech Stories of March: Oculus, HTC One, SXSW
March was a busy month for technology. Facebook announced intentions to buy Oculus, SXSW and the release of the new HTC One (M8) just to name a few. Check out all these and more in this month's breakdown of the Top Tech Stories.
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2014 MacArthur Fellows: Old Problems, Modern Solutions
Fellows selected by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation receive more than $500,000 each. The 2014 batch includes mathematicians, a cartoonist and a criminal lawyer.
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Scientists Examine Incredibly Rare Colossal Squid
Scientists from the Aukland University of Technology in New Zealand began inspecting a colossal squid, weighing 770 pounds on Tuesday. The creature is thought to be only the second intact specimen ever found. (Photo: AP)
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iPhone 6 Review: Bigger Screen Gets More Done
The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are Apple's largest phones ever. But what will that extra real estate do for you? Personal Technology Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler takes you on a test drive.
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iOS 8 Review: A New Phone Without Buying One
Forget the iPhone 6, Apple's newest software upgrade brings big changes as well. WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern dives into the new operating system in her review. Photo/Video: Drew Evans for The Wall Street Journal
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Kerry Washington Discusses Domestic Violence
“Scandal” actress Kerry Washington talks about domestic violence and financial abuse and her non-profit work in that area, in an interview with WSJ’s Lee Hawkins. Photo: Associated Press
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Chuck Berry: Still Rockin' at 87
Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry may not be duck-walking across the stage anymore. But at the age of 87, he still plays a regular gig in the Duck Room, a bar in his hometown of St. Louis, Mo.
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How a Wall Street Felon Stayed in This Mansion
Paul Bilzerian, a Wall Street felon who owed the government $62 million, lived for nearly two decades in his "Taj Mahal." WSJ's Jason Bellini reports.
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Will Obama's 'No Combat Troops' Pledge Hold in ISIS Fight?
During Senate testimony, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, left the door open to the possibility of U.S. ground troops being used to combat the Islamic State.
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No Devices, No Talking...Just Silence and Reading
More academics and writers are advocating a return to absorbing, uninterrupted reading -- slow reading, as they call it. WSJ's Jeanne Whalen discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty