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By: Ashley Carman

Among the signatories, the CEOs of Facebook, Apple, Google, Intel and IBM.

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Tech Crunch
By: Megan Rose Dickey

 The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and Equality NC just released a letter addressed to North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, urging him to repeal the provisions of House Bill 2. H.B. 2 gets rid of non-discrimination ordinances and effectively...

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TheVerge
By: Ashley Carman

The CEOs of Facebook, Apple, Lyft, Google, Dropbox, and Tumblr joined more than 80 other company executives in urging Pat McCrory, the governor of North Carolina, to repeal a law that allows for discrimination against LGBT people. In the letter...

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Cnet
By: Terry Collins

Over 80 CEOs, including Apple's Tim Cook, push for repeal of a law they say promotes discrimination against the LGBT community.

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Engadget
By: Jon Fingas

Oppressed groups have a knack for writing guides to avoid discrimination, and that's truer than ever in the internet era. MIT web designer Emily Rae Waggoner has created a Google map that helps you find transgender-friendly bathrooms in North...

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

SAP CEO Bill McDermott and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst have been named to the board of directors.

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By: Noah Kulwin

Rep. Clark wants Genius to share more.

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By: Phil Baker

Has Samsung just out-innovated Apple in areas where it really counts?

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By: Kurt Wagner

Brands fear an algorithm also means pay-to-play.

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By: Mark Bergen

A Google Voice for fly-over country.

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Engadget
By: Andrew Tarantola

Practically nobody, save perhaps your grandparents, still uses a landline. But that's not stopping Google from rolling out a brand new home phone service. On Tuesday, the company announced the new Google Fiber Phone, which works nearly...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 Google Fiber may be the holy grail of Internet service for many, but many people still rely on landlines for everyday communication purposes or emergency use. In order to allow its subscribers to sever connections with the old local ISPs and...

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

Google has just announced Fiber Phone, confirming rumors that the company would be adding a home telephone service to its existing Fiber high-speed internet and cable TV offerings. "While mobile phones have pushed us toward the future, home phone...

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Fortune
By: Jason Cipriani

Fiber Phone will slowly roll out in a limited number of Fiber service areas to start.

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Mashable
By: Pete Pachal

For Google, it's Throwback Tuesday. The company typically likes to stand on the bleeding edge of technology (think self-driving cars and multi-modal drones), but today it's looking back at the venerable landline. Google is launching Fiber Phone, a...

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Phandroid
By: Quentyn Kennemer

Google's coming full circle with Fiber. The internet may be the future, smartphones may be extremely affordable and TV may be exciting, but good ol' home phone service is still valued and used by many people. That's why Google revealed Google Fiber...

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Cnet
By: Marguerite Reardon

Google is taking on traditional providers with its $10-a-month Fiber Phone service that lets customers make and answer calls from any connected device anywhere Internet is available.

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

AT&T today announced that it's upping the monthly data caps on its U-verse home internet service and introducing a new unlimited option. Now, customers who pay for the first tier of U-verse, the slowest option at .8Mbps to 6Mbps, will have...

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By: Ina Fried

If you already own "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" but want to upgrade, that's less expensive.

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Sony today announced that it's new 4K streaming service, called Ultra, will launch in the US on April 4th. Ultra was first announced back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, when Sony revealed that the service would be available as an app...

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Engadget
By: Devindra Hardawar

Sony isn't wasting any time with its 4K streaming service, Ultra, which was announced back at CES. It'll be launching on April 4 exclusively on Sony's new 4K TV sets, the company announced today. Don't expect any rental options,...

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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian

But there’s a catch—a few of them, actually.

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Lifehacker
By: Melanie Pinola

Wish there were more music streaming services to choose from? SoundCloud now offers a premium streaming option, SoundCloud Go.Read more...

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Mashable
By: Karissa Bell

Sony has finally revealed when Ultra, its 4k streaming service, will be available First announced at CES earlier this year, Ultra will make its debut on April 4 and will be available on Sony's 4K sets with Android TV, the company announced at a...

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Engadget
By: Billy Steele

SoundCloud first tipped its hand for a music streaming service in late 2014, and after wrapping up a series of licensing deals with labels, it's finally here. The subscription plan, called SoundCloud Go, cost $10 a month, and includes a library ...

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By: Kurt Wagner

Your Instagram video can now be up to 60 seconds long.

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By: Nicola Fumo, Racked

Ringly One of the biggest hurdles with wearable tech is actually wanting to wear the things. It sounds vain, maybe, but if you’re not aesthetically inclined to wear a smart watch or an activity tracker, all promise of function is worthless. In ...

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By: Kara Swisher

A deal to give the popular dating app some more tech.

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By: Mark Bergen

A bitter feud brews at Alphabet.

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Tech Crunch
By: Jordan Crook

 Vine, the six-second, looping video platform from Twitter, has just hired Hannah Donovan as the new general manager. Donovan has built her career in product and design leadership. Her most recent position was product lead at Drip, which was...

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

Also: Companies are using more cloud apps.

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By: Peter Kafka

Like Spotify, Apple and many others, it's $10 a month. The free version is sticking around, but some songs may move behind a pay wall.

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VentureBeat
By: Ken Yeung

In July, Eric Wahlforss revealed that the company he cofounded, SoundCloud, had plans to launch a subscription service as a means of generating more revenue. Fast-forward nine months later, and it’s now here to take on Tidal, Spotify, and Apple...

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Billboard
By: Andrew Flanagan

SoundCloud is launching a subscription service. It's called Go. It's $9.99 a month, with a 30-day-free demo. It's ad-free. It lets you...

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Tech Crunch
By: Ingrid Lunden

 SoundCloud is often billed as the “YouTube for audio” because of its huge trove of user-generated music and spoken-word tracks, uploaded by some 12 million creators and now listened to by some 175 million monthly users...

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Engadget
By: Billy Steele

Just over a week ago, Soundcloud announced a licensing deal with Sony Music, agreeing to terms with the third of the three major record labels. It looks like the deal with Sony was the only thing keeping the company from debuting its long-discussed...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

SoundCloud is finally ready to take on Spotify. After months of teasing, SoundCloud’s subscription music service is debuting today: it's called SoundCloud Go, and in many respects, it's the same as any other streaming service. For $9.99 a month,...

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TheVerge
By: Vlad Savov

Version 4 of the Soundcloud iOS app has been released today, and its update notes carry news of an as-yet-unannounced new service: Soundcloud Go. Free for the first 30 days and $12.99 per month thereafter, Go appears to be Soundcloud's venture into...

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Mashable
By: Emily Blake

SoundCloud has finally launched its own paid subscription service, giving listeners yet another on-demand streaming option — and likely saving the company tons of copyright lawsuits. SoundCloud Go, like Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal Premium, ...

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Audio-sharing platform SoundCloud on Tuesday will begin selling paid subscriptions to one of the biggest music catalogs online, a move that will test the willingness of young consumers to pay for tunes from a service they’re accustomed to using...

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By: Amanda Eversole

His work bridging the divide between Washington and Silicon Valley cannot -- and will not -- end with his passing.

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By: Noah Kulwin

Authorities have successfully hacked into the San Bernardino phone.

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By: Jason Del Rey

The company hopes the third time is the charm for its subscription business.

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By: Mark Bergen

What we can learn from three recent tales out of Alphabet's top ranks.

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By: Johana Bhuiyan and Mark...

Rachel Whetstone has poached a number of key Google operatives in a widespread internal restructuring at a key unit of the powerful ride-hailing startup.

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By: Noah Kulwin

When people started using Genius, Genius got into trouble.

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

"The government has now successfully accessed the data."

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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet

 The FBI has unlocked Farook’s iPhone 5c involved in the San Bernardino shooting using an alternative method that didn’t involve Apple. Given this new development, the Department of Justice is dropping the case. The government has...

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The Justice Department filed court papers Monday saying it had cracked the iPhone of a San Bernardino, Calif., terrorist, seeking to drop its legal case to force Apple Inc. to help them unlock it.

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The New York Times
By: KATIE BENNER

The Justice Department announcement, in a court filing, ends an immediate legal battle over a mass shooting case but raises questions about Apple’s security.

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Cnet
By: Shara Tibken

The US Department of Justice's update comes a week before its deadline.

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TheVerge
By: Sam Byford

The dispute between the FBI and Apple over an iPhone connected to the San Bernardino terrorist shootings came to an unexpected end earlier today, as the FBI revealed it had managed to break into the phone without Apple's assistance. Details of how...

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TheVerge
By: Russell Brandom

After months of work, the FBI finally has a way into the San Bernardino iPhone. In a court filing today, prosecutors told the court the new method for breaking into the phone is sound, and Apple's assistance is no longer required. "The government...

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By: Arielle Duhaime-Ross

Comparing the controversial startup's results with those from two well-known commercial labs.

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TheVerge
By: Arielle Duhaime-Ross

Theranos is more likely than conventional labs to return blood work with unusual numbers, according to the first comparison study between the Silicon Valley start-up and two well-known commercial labs. The results suggest that doctors who use blood ...

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A study published Monday showed that Theranos’s results for total cholesterol were lower by an average of 9.3% than those from Quest and LabCorp.

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By: Peter Kafka

Looking to convert social browsers into subscribers.

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By: Kurt Wagner

Oculus Rift is for gamers. And even then it may be too pricey.

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

For the second time, economic pressure from Salesforce and others forces a state to walk back anti-LGBT legislation.

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People
By: Caitlin Keating,...

The two-term Republican and his office received thousands of emails and hundreds of calls on the debate of the bill

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Fortune
By: Reuters

"I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community."

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Inc
By: Jeremy Quittner

On Monday, the governor of Georgia vetoed a bill that many feared would give business owners the legal right to discriminate against customers for religious reasons.

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TheVerge
By: Jamieson Cox

Governor Nathan Deal is vetoing Georgia's controversial HB 757, a bill that would've allowed businesses to deny services to LGBT people as a means of preserving religious freedom. Deal's veto is arriving less than a week after a large group of...

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Small Business Trends
By: Anita Campbell

Georgia's controversial religious liberty bill, criticized for being anti-gay, was vetoed following stiff business backlash. Critics of the bill included leaders from the Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce, Disney, Time Warner, MailChimp, Yelp, and...

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By: Patrick Sisson

The crowdfunded device by Protonet offers data security in an increasingly crowded smart home market.

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By: Kurt Wagner

“If we got super nervous ... every time Facebook decided to get into a new vertical, we wouldn’t get anything done."

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Tech Crunch
By: Ingrid Lunden

 Music streaming service Pandora may be looking to sell itself, but more immediately it’s focused on firming up its management structure once again to shore up investor confidence. Today the company announced that founder Tim Westergren...

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VentureBeat
By: Paul Sawers

Pandora has appointed cofounder Tim Westergren as its new CEO, the company announced today, as part of a broader management makeover. Statin that it “remains 100% committed to growth strategy,” Pandora also announced that Mike Herring is ...

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Pandora Media Inc. on Monday said its founder Tim Westergren will succeed Chief Executive Brian McAndrews, who is leaving the company.

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Billboard
By: Gil Kaufman

Pandora co-founder Tim Westergren has been named CEO of the pioneering music site amid an executive shake-up at the top of the Oakland, California-...

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Engadget
By: Jon Fingas

Pandora isn't just shaking things up with hints of on-demand listening. The internet radio pioneer's board of directors has abruptly appointed founder Tim Westergren as CEO, with outgoing leader Brian McAndrews leaving the company...

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TheVerge
By: Micah Singleton

Pandora's founder Tim Westergren is taking over the reigns at the streaming service, the company announced today. Westergren replaces former CEO Brian McAndrews effective immediately, as the company installs a new management structure. Chief...

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Inc
By: Nathan McAlone

He served as Pandora's CEO and president from 2002 to 2004 and as its chief strategy officer from 2004 to 2014.

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

The deal is the first of a series of expected sales of non-core assets by Dell as the company works up a financing package to buy EMC.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

The unit is a major consultant to hospitals and government departments.Japan's NTT Data has agreed to buy Dell's information technology consulting division for $3.05 billion, reports Reuters. The acquisition comes at a time when NTT Data, already...

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Japan’s NTT Data has agreed to buy Dell’s IT-services division for $3.05 billion, its latest effort to seek growth overseas.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

The deal helps Dell get rid of debt.

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Tech Crunch
By: Catherine Shu

 Dell is reportedly finalizing the sale of its IT consulting unit to NTT Data for $3.5 billion. According to Reuters, the deal, which will help Dell’s pay down debt from its $67 billion acquisition of EMC Corp., may officially be...

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VentureBeat
By: Reuters

(By Greg Roumeliotis for Reuters) — Dell Inc is set to announce an agreement on Monday to sell its non-core information technology consulting division to Japan’s NTT Data Corp for $3.5 billion, people familiar with the matter said on...

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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet

 You may know Dell as a computer and server maker, but Dell also operates a substantial IT services division — at least it did until today. NTT Data, the IT services company of NTT, is acquiring Dell Systems for $3.05 billion. The main...

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By: David Carroll

Consumers to advertisers: Don’t annoy me, don’t creep me out, don’t get me hacked, don’t waste my time, my data, my battery.

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By: Noah Kulwin

Rough waters ahead for Silicon Valley in Europe.

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By: Eric Johnson

"We’re not pushing investors to view us one way or the other."

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By: Dante D'Orazio, The Verge

Big bucks = big productivity?

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By: Johana Bhuiyan

A Facebook glitch caused several people thousands of miles away to receive a notification asking to notify their friends that they were unharmed during the Lahore attacks.

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VentureBeat
By: Ken Yeung

Facebook activated its Safety Check system today following the tragic attack in Lahore, Pakistan in which dozens were killed by a suicide bomber. However, the activation didn’t go off as planned as others around the world, specifically in the...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

Facebook users thousands of miles from the blast site report receiving the automatic query about their well being.

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

Finally, the former Perot Systems may have a new home.

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By: Noah Kulwin

Founders Fund now manages more than $3 billion.

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By: Jason Del Rey

"On the second floor there are shower rooms, which are intended for bike commuters and people who jog at lunchtime, but also have been used as sex cabins."

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By: Jacob Kastrenakes

Typically, it's considered polite to apologize when you destroy someone's home.

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By: Russell Brandom

Airplanes and helicopters no longer have the skies to themselves.

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By: Arik Hesseldahl

The attacks include one from 2013 against a dam in upstate New York.

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By: Ina Fried

Racism, sexism and xenophobia are all too easily learned.

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By: Mark Bergen

For Alphabet's home unit, a stall in getting things out the door.

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By: Kurt Wagner

Mark Zuckerberg's $2 billion bet on VR changed an industry.

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ReCode
By: Kurt Wagner

Oculus on Thursday did something it's never done before: It shipped a consumer product.

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Cnet
By: Edward Moyer

It's not every day that the mastermind behind the gadget of the future drops by to hand you the device in person. But today was one of those days.

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TheVerge
By: Polygon Staff

"I'll be damned if some random delivery guy will deliver the first Rift." Continue reading…

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VentureBeat
By: Jeff Grubb

Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey can now add “courier” to his résumé alongside “virtual reality superstar.” The first wave of Oculus Rift VR headsets are shipping now, but Ross Martin — the first person to preorder...

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ReCode
By: Jason Del Rey

"You have to make sure you have fun with it or something." No pressure!

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Tech Crunch
By: Lucas Matney

 After months and years of anticipation, the first Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has been delivered into a customer’s hands. Ross Martin was the very first person to get a pre-order in for the Rift when they opened in early...

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By: Kwame Opam

An "opportunity right up our alley," says Eddy Cue.

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By: Vlad Savov

That's when the new models come out.

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By: Kara Swisher

The software giant once tried to buy it, so it might help others do so.