@cnntech 3 days til Apple Pay. @Jose_Pagliery explains why it's actually safer than your credit card. http://t.co/mzBGyYT9RZ http://t.co/FrpHaM4sjh

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@cnntech Apple Pay is launching on Monday http://t.co/hMDGl06MLD via @jtotoole http://t.co/1nwInOW7dV

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@cnntech From Apple, a skinnier iPad Air, and Yosemite -- http://t.co/pXdIrfFpQa

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@cnntech Google unveils Android Lollipop and latest Nexus devices http://t.co/4y5ag6ut10 via @jtotoole http://t.co/MwRJ6p8ku5

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@cnntech Poodles are attacking the Internets! Woof. http://t.co/IIYCT1SpyC via @Jose_Pagliery http://t.co/IY9orGA2NG

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@cnntech Google takes on Amazon Prime http://t.co/mo0PUklqo4 via @jtotoole http://t.co/izOyZSvw6k

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