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YouTube Kids has 'no minefields for parents,' group says

'Family friendly' ads for the app will undergo a rigorous review process, Google says

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Republican FCCers call for delay in net neutrality vote

But the agency's chairman says he intends to move forward with Thursday's meeting

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Republican lawmakers investigate White House net neutrality push

Republicans want to know whether the Obama administration influenced the FCC's proposal

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Yahoo courts developers at its first mobile conference

Attendees at Yahoo's mobile developer conference had good things to say about its new tools

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Oracle steps up its big-data push with new products

New tools aim to make it easier for enterprises to wrest value from their information stores

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Salesforce brings more analytics power to mobile business users

Three new features aim to help make business-intelligence capabilities more accessible

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Facebook sees challenges to sharing threat data with US

The company's new data exchange is catching on, but its prospects for sharing with the goverment are less clear

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Both sides make last-minute push on net neutrality

Groups for and against strong rules try to score points just over a week before the FCC's vote

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Gmail mass email tips: Avoid the spammy look with the personalized touch

Make it look special (even if it was sent to 75 other people). Create your own mail merge in minutes, with some help from Google Sheets and a free script.

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Microsoft unlocks restricted features for free OneNote 2013 users

If you use the freebie edition of OneNote, you can now password-protect portions of your notebooks, record audio and video, and more.

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Google to shut down Helpouts live video service

Helpouts, launched in 2013, never caught on

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LinkedIn restricts API usage

Only selected partners will have access to most of LinkedIn's APIs

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Facebook fixes flaw that could have let hackers delete photos

Facebook paid an outside developer $12,500 for discovering the flaw, which could have been catastrophic for the social network.