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Breaking the silence. The "Unabomber" took to Twitter after 20 years of silence.

Going Green. McDonald's just unveiled a new burger, and it's bright green.

Testing. Google has started a new project to see if computers can be creative.

A new look. Snapchat is redesigning its discover section -- again.

Taking a stance. Microsoft has made some changes in its policies and services to stifle terrorism.

Convergence. Robots are starting to take on the ranch in Australia.

In a crunch. Based on its data, Uber knows its users are more likely to pay surge pricing if their phones are dying.

Lindsay Friedman

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