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Seth Fiegerman
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Google stock cracks $1,000 for the first time. Take that, Apple!

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Tim Cook: "To not innovate is to die."

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The original iPhone was released 6 years ago today. Apple has sold more than 350 million since. 

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Doing my first Google Hangout for Mashable. Come join!
We're going to be hosting a Google+ Hangout today at 11:15am ET to discuss some of the biggest news out of this week's All Things Digital conference, including news from Apple, Elon Musk and Tesla and Google's news regarding the unlocked HTC One.

Join Mashable Tech Editor +Pete Pachal, Senior Tech Analyst +Christina Warren and Business Reporter +Seth Fiegerman as they discuss what this week's news means for Apple, Tesla, Google — and you.

Have any questions or comments about any of this week's news? Share them in the comments and we'll try to get to them during the Hangout!

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Mashable is giving away a bunch of free invites to App.net, for anyone who hasn't already joined.

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Can Google become a big player in the same-day delivery space?

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"If Twitter is the place you go to remake yourself (albeit in a way that very likely will be contained entirely within Twitter), Facebook is the place that won't stop reminding you of who you really are (or were)...

Google Plus's ultimate goal, like Facebook's, is to progressively recreate your real-world identity online — it's just starting with a different (private, and arguably therefore more relevant) set of data."

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Google's stock is inching closer to $1000. It just topped $900 for the first time ever.

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Dots is one of the most addictive iPhone games I've played in awhile. But for Betaworks, the company behind it, Dots is more than just a silly game. It's key to building a 21st century media company.

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In a serious moment during the White House Correspondents' Dinner last night, President Obama praised those reporters who "took the time to wade upstream through the torrent of digital rumors" to sift out the facts of the Boston bombings. That sounds like a good goal for all reporters to aspire to from here on out.
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