A 35-year-old software engineer, holds a 25 Bitcoin token at his shop in Sandy, Utah.
A software developer outsourced his job to China so he could watch cat videos.
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, June 19, 2006
Sony software engineer Anton Mikhailov, left, and TIME's Peter Ha try out the new Move motion-control system for PlayStation 3
A Pontiac G8 is advertised for sale for zero financing charges at a car dealership in Burlingame, California
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Software engineer Rex Jameson easily lifts 200 pounds doing pull-downs using a robotic soldier suit being made for the U.S. Army by Raytheon on Monday, April 14, 2008, in Salt Lake City.
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Microsoft operating software will soon appear on LG mobile phones.
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Scott Forstall of iPhone Software talks about different languages for the Apple iPhone OS 3.0 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (left) and Osama bin Laden
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With new Citibank software, banking information can be accessed from a customer's cell phone.
Al-Zarqawi has steered al-Qaeda in directions his boss bin Laden probably never intended
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Adult film actor Harry Reems poses at the Video Software Dealers Association's annual home video convention at the Bellagio, on July 26, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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A screenshot of the blog of software-company founder John McAfee, in which he describes life on the lam after police in Belize called him a person of interest in the slaying of fellow American Gregory Viant Faull
The show's creator, Boedigheimer, uses special effects software to superimpose his own eyes and mouth onto the Annoying Orange character.
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Jay-Z performs during the "Amex Sync Show Presenting Jay-Z" at ACL-Live on March 12, 2012 in Austin, Texas.
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Zac Vawter, a 31-year-old software engineer from Seattle, Washington, celebrates after climbing to the top of the 103-story Willis Tower using the world's first neural-controlled Bionic leg in Chicago, November 4, 2012.
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An employee of Indian software company Satyam signs a banner in Hyderabad on Jan. 8
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A sales consultant at Superior Pontiac-Buick-GMC-Nissan dealership in Dearborn, Mich.
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Steve Mills, SVP of IBM Software (left), and Dr. John Kelly, SVP of IBM Research, view Stream Computing technology.
A man identified as Musab al-Zarqawi speaks in a video posted on the Internet
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Indian laborers work in front of the headquarters of Satyam Software Company in Hyderabad, India
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The new T-Mobile G1 phone runs Google's Android software
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On the fast track: Software writer Rohith Ajjampur is one of many Indians who have taken advantage of Germany's immigration scheme
MONEYMAN: Saddam's half-brother, Barzan Tikriti, in 1998
A Lotus 1-2-3 screenshot, from back in the golden age of DOS software
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The inventor in 1912 with what he called the Edison Business Phonograph
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Chinese convicts at an April 2004 sentencing rally in the city of Wenzhou, where 11 prisoners were later executed for various crimes
"National Enquirer's" editor in chief, David Perel.
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A photo said to show the body of al-Qaida-linked Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is displayed at a Baghdad press conference
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Republican presidential candidate U.S. Senator John McCaingives a thumbs-up during a rally at Pontiac-Oakland County International Airport in Waterford, Michigan, January 9, 2008.
Louis C.K. as Greg, left, Ricky Gervais as Mark Bellison and Jennifer Garner as Anna McDoogles in "The Invention of Lying"
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INFLAMED: An insurgent waves the flag of a group loyal to al-Zarqawi near a burning U.S. tank on Baghdad’s Haifa Street
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President Bush walks to the Rose Garden to speak about the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi yesterday
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The mighty few CSI founder Cohen, center, and his staff stay nimble internally by using open-source software development to access outside resources.
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Torqued Ellipses, 1996-97 Serra designed his vast twisted rings using computer software and had them made at a shipyard
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50% of PCs sold in Japan in January came with built-in hardware and software allowing them to handle TV signals
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INCOMING: Uma Satheesh, 32, manages 38 Wipro employees who work on networking software for Hewlett-Packard in Bangalore — in jobs that were once done mainly in the U.S.
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Anti-virus software founder John McAfee talks on his mobile phone as he walks on Ocean Drive in the South Beach area of Miami Beach, Fla., on his way to dinner Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012. McAfee arrived in the U.S. on Wednesday night after being deported from Guatemala, where he had sought refuge to evade police questioning in the killing of a man in neighboring Belize.
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The Windows 8 software homepage is displayed on tablet devices at the Microsoft Corp. Windows 8 software consumer preview event at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012.
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A videotape shows a man identified as al-Zarqawi holding a sword before beheading American captive Nicholas Berg