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Thursday's Google Doodle remembers French composer Claude Debussy with an animated scene featuring music from Clair de Lune.
Mark Zuckerberg announced his plans to increase Internet connectivity in collaboration with Internet.org, a coalition of telecommunication companies.
The online retailer will offer a trade-in upgrade option for Microsoft's latest gaming console, the Xbox One.
LinkedIn will now let high school students join the networking site to find out more about colleges.
Samsung is set to release a new Galaxy model that is part smart phone, part tablet.
IBM announced its purchase of Trusteer, a company that helps protect organizations against security breaches.
BlackBerry is now No. 4, behind Microsoft, in worldwide market share, says a new Gartner survey. The Android operating system dominates with 79 percent market share.
North Korea is now manufacturing its own smartphones, according to a report recently released by the country's Korean Central News Agency.
The often-controversial file-sharing website, The Pirate Bay, introduced a new Web browser to mark the site's 10th anniversary.
Monday's Google Doodle remembers Erwin Schrödinger, the thinker behind the famous Schrödinger's cat.