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Students at Hartselle High School in Hartselle, Ala., use personal technology devices like cell phones and tablets for social media and academics. Lissa Blagburn and Brantlee Wright use an iPhone as they work on a networked lesson in Spanish class March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/The Decatur Daily, Gary Cosby Jr.)

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** FILE ** In this Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, file photo, the logo for General Motors decorates the entrance at the site of a GM information technology center in Roswell, Ga. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

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This image provided by the BICEP2 Collaboration shows slight temperature fluctuations, indicated by variations in color, of the cosmic microwave background of a small patch of sky and the orientation of its polarization, shown as short black lines. Researchers say since the cosmic microwave background is a form of light, it exhibits all the properties of light, including polarization. The changes in a particular type of polarization, indicated here, are theorized to be caused by gravitational waves. These waves are signals of an extremely rapid inflation of the universe in its first moments. (AP Photo/BICEP2 Collaboration)

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In this 2007 photo provided by Steffen Richter, the sun sets behind the BICEP2 telescope, foreground, and the South Pole Telescope in Antarctica. In the faint glowing remains of the Big Bang, scientists found "smoking gun" evidence that the universe began with a split-second of astonishingly rapid growth from a seed far smaller than an atom. To find a pattern of polarization in the faint light left over from the Big Bang, astronomers scanned about 2 percent of the sky for three years with the BICEP2 at the south pole, chosen for its very dry air to aid in the observations, said the leader of the collaboration, John Kovac of Harvard. (AP Photo/Steffen Richter)

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This image provided by the BICEP2 Collaboration shows slight temperature fluctuations, indicated by variations in color, of the cosmic microwave background of a small patch of sky and the orientation of its polarization, shown as short black lines. Researchers say since the cosmic microwave background is a form of light, it exhibits all the properties of light, including polarization. The changes in a particular type of polarization, indicated here, are theorized to be caused by gravitational waves. These waves are signals of an extremely rapid inflation of the universe in its first moments. (AP Photo/BICEP2 Collaboration)

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A pit bull that mauled a 4-year-old Phoenix boy has received a groundswell of support ahead of a court hearing to decide if it should be euthanized. (Save Mickey via Facebook)

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A pit bull that mauled a 4-year-old Phoenix boy has received a groundswell of support ahead of a court hearing to decide if it should be euthanized. (Save Mickey via Facebook)

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**FILE** A Chinese flag flutters outside Google's China headquarters in Beijing on Jan. 13, 2010. (Associated Press)

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FILE - In this March 8, 2012 file photo, attendees play the Nintendo game "Mario Tennis Open" on a Nintendo 3DS console before its May release at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The organizers of GDC, which kicks off Monday, March 17, 2014, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and continues through Friday, have expanded the conference's advocacy-themed sessions with panels featuring such titles as "Beyond Graphics: Reaching the Visually Impaired Gamer," "How to Subversively Queer Your Work" and "Women Don't Want to Work in Games (and Other Myths)." (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)

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FILE- In this Jan. 7, 2014 file photo, show attendees play a video game wearing Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets at the Intel booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The Game Developers Conference which kicks-off Monday, March 17, 2014, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco will have a handful of developers that will be showing off software using the VR googles Oculus Rift. The exhibit "ALT.CTRL.GDC" will highlight 14 games that utilize such alternative control schemes, like a piano-powered version of the sidescroller "Canabalt" and a holographic display called Voxiebox. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, file)

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The team of driver Denny Hamlin (11) works on his car during the NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Sunday, March 16, 2014, in Bristol, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

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In this March 12, 2014 photo, Dara Jenkins, a driver for the ride-sharing service Lyft, adjusts the furry mustache drivers display on their cars when they are working, as she starts a shift in Seattle. In a fight pitting upstart technology and traditional business, app-based ridesharing firms are fighting with taxi companies for supremacy in the Seattle market. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)