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Stories: 1) How Can Videos "Flip The Classroom"? 2) Your New Digital Wallet: In The Cloud But Still Tethered To Fees 3) Oracle CEO Purchases Hawaiian Island 4) Tesla's New Electric Sedan: Five Passengers, 89 MPG, And No Engine 5) Prevent Your Password From Becoming Easy Pickings (Or PyPfbEp) 6) …
Stories: 1) You Know You Want One: Personal Robots Are Coming, But Not Ready For You Yet 2) Lights, Camera, YouTube: Studio Cashes In On An Entertainment Revolution 3) Does Your Smartphone Go Next To The Salad Fork Or The Soup Spoon? 4) Tech Look Ahead: Tesla Motor's 'Model S' …
Stories: 1) Computers Grade Essays Fast ... But Not Always Well 2) Google Shows Map Features, Apple Likely To Follow 3) Big Data Needs May Create Thousands Of Tech Jobs 4) Texting And Driving Bans May Make Roads Less Safe 5) Games Launched At Electronic Entertainment Expo 6) How 'Flame' …
Stories: 1) Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Find Me A Part-Time Job 2) Seattle Area Lacks Computer Science Majors 3) SpaceX's Dragon Capsule Returns Safely To Earth 4) Schilling Blames Rhode Island For Company's Troubles 5) 'Call Of Duty' Creators, Activision Settle Lawsuit 6) Paralyzed Rats Walk, Even Sprint After Rehab
Stories: 1) Long Before The Internet, The Linotype Sped Up The News 2) Travel Apps That Help You Pack, Explore And Enjoy The Scenery 3) Friend Your Students? New York City Schools Say No 4) What Will HP's Restructuring Look Like? 5) Why Printer Ink Is The Other 'Black Gold' …
Stories: 1) Can We Open-Source Hardware? 2) How Do You Make A Virtual Choir? 3) Facebook To Begin Trading On Nasdaq 4) NASA, SpaceX Aim To Launch Private Era In Orbit 5) Military Addresses Double-Edged Sword Of Troops On Social Media 6) Stroke Victims Think, Robotic Arm Acts
Stories: 1) Cybersecurity Firms Ditch Defense, Learn To 'Hunt' 2) Algorithms: The Ever-Growing, All-Knowing Way Of The Future 3) Disguising Secret Messages, In A Game Of Spy Vs Spy 4) Steve Jobs Didn't Invent Design, But He Patented It 5) Lack Of Support Puts The Brakes On High-Speed Rail 6) …
Stories: 1) Top Universities Expand Free Online Classes 2) These Apps Are Going To The Birds, And People Who Watch Them 3) Bill Would Have Businesses Foot Cost Of Cyberwar 4) Cyber Briefings 'Scare The Bejeezus' Out Of CEOs
Stories: 1) In Cell Era, Timepieces Are Fashion Trend To Watch 2) Could Iran Wage A Cyberwar On The U.S.? 3) Mining Quarries Millions Of Miles From Earth 4) Designing The Pied Piper Of Fish 5) Profiled By The TSA? There's An App For That 6) Europe Pressures U.S. Tech …
Stories: 1) To Read All Those Web Privacy Policies, Just Take A Month Off Work 2) Arab Tech Startups Try To Seize The Moment 3) Robot Eyes As Good As Humans When Grading Essays
Stories: 1) An Online Shopping Passion Keeps Them Clicking 2) Hearing In Megaupload Case To Determine Fate Of Users' Data 3) Who Is A Parent? Surrogate Technology Outpaces Law 4) Redefining 'Hacker' In Technology Hotbed 5) Another Tech Bubble? Maybe Not 6) Cybersecurity Bills Compete For Attention
Stories: 1) America's Magnet For Innovation, And Investments 2) Intel Legends Moore And Grove: Making It Last 3) Phone Tracking Big Business For Cell Companies 4) A Brief History Of The Mobile Phone 5) Cochlear Implants Redefine What It Means To Be Deaf 6) Social Media Changing The Nature Of …
Stories: 1) New Law Raises Funding Hopes For Startups, Worries Over Fraud 2) Group Finds 'Significant Issues' At Foxconn Factories 3) Apple, Foxconn To Improve Factory Conditions 4) 'Anonymous' Hacking Group Threatens The Internet 5) 'Serious And Pressing' Violations Found At Foxconn 6) Fixing The Cutting Edge: Innovation Meets Table …
Stories: 1) Cybersecurity Bill: Vital Need Or Just More Rules? 2) Finding Cheaper Gas With Your Smartphone 3) Facebook May Not Be So Friendly For Those With Low Self-Esteem 4) Wanted: Digital Bloodhounds For The Hotel Industry 5) Hospitals Warn Smartphones Could Distract Doctors 6) Jobs Act Could Expand Funding …
Stories: 1) Digital Technologies Give Dying Languages New Life 2) Petitions Are Going Viral, Sometimes To Great Success 3) Apple's Dividend Underwhelms Some 4) Paying Dividend Gives More Investors A Bite Of Apple 5) FBI Still Struggling With Supreme Court's GPS Ruling 6) Social Media Put Fla. Case In National …
Stories: 1) Apple: Latest iPad Leads Post-PC Revolution 2) Gamer Double Fine Works Around Publishers 3) NCAA's Big Dance Available On Small Screens 4) Homeless Hotspots: Exploitation Or Innovation? 5) Controversy Comes To Boil Over 'Homeless Hotspots'
Stories: 1) Shoot Now, Focus Later: A Little Camera To Change The Game 2) Microsoft Goes Mobile With Windows 8 3) Damaged Ocean Cable Cripples Internet In East Africa 4) As Gas Prices Rise, Natural Gas Vehicles Get A Boost 5) Online Pirating Hub Upgrades File-Sharing System 6) East Africa …
Stories: 1) Troubled Sony Pins Hopes On PlayStation Vita 2) White House To Coordinate Online Privacy Rules 3) Online Privacy Act's No. 1 Principle Is 'Individual Control' 4) CU In Court: Texts Can Be A Divorce Lawyer's Dream 5) A California Civil War Over Internet Piracy 6) Reaching For The …
Stories: 1) Apple Urged To Fix Apps That Access Address Books 2) When The Car Is The Driver 3) Congress Treads Lightly On Cybersecurity Measures 4) The New Running Game Where 'Zombies' Chase You 5) Desert Military Bases Could Be Boon To Solar 6) Approved Reactors Could Power Up Nuclear …
Stories: 1) Protesters At Apple Stores Demand 'Ethical' Products 2) Angel Investors And Startups Mingle In Milwaukee 3) Apps For Apnea? New Gadgets Promise To Improve Sleep 4) A Real Estate Deal That Spans The Earth 5) Project Funded Online Hits $1 Million Milestone 6) Braille Under Siege As Blind …