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Stories: 1) Cyberattack Against Spam-Fighting Organization One Of The Largest Ever 2) 'Bioshock Infinite': A First-Person Shooter, A Tragic Play 3) Tech Week Ahead: Rumors Of A Facebook Phone 4) Social Media Advice: Are Voicemails Verboten Or Not? 5) Facebook's Online Speech Rules Keep Users On A Tight Leash
Stories: 1) On Its 7th Birthday, Is Twitter Still The 'Free Speech Party'? 2) Samsung Is On A Roll, But Can It Beat Apple? 3) Shareholders Re-Elect Hewlett- Packard Board Members 4) Google's Eric Schmidt Heads To Another Isolated Asian Nation 5) After Conquering Consoles, Hard-Core Gaming Shifts To Mobile …
Stories: 1) Are We Plugged-In, Connected, But Alone? 2) Will Man's Best Friend Be A Robot? 3) Is The Human Hand Our Best Technology? 4) Angry Birds TV, Coming To A Mobile Screen Near You 5) Samsung Unveils Its Galaxy S4 6) Is All The Talk About Cyberwarfare Just Hype?
Stories: 1) 'Bowery Boys' Are Amateur But Beloved New York Historians 2) The 'Big Data' Revolution: How Number Crunchers Can Predict Our Lives 3) News Corp. Education Tablet: For The Love Of Learning? 4) The Life Cycle Of A Social Network: Keeping Friends In Times Of Change 5) Controlling Your …
Stories: 1) Experts Boil Telecommuting Decisions Down To Flexibility Vs. Serendipity 2) Nonprofit Hopes To Get Kids Excited About Computer Coding 3) Job Applicants Are Wary Of Firms' Resume Sorting Software 4) Two For One: Groupon Replaces CEO Mason With Board Members 5) 'Consumer Reports' Offers Tips For Doing Taxes …
Stories: 1) Amid Lawsuits, Aereo Brings Broadcast TV To The Internet 2) Google Invites Ideas For Its High-Tech Eyewear 3) At A Trade Show, Power Tools Fit For The Amish 4) Is China's Military Behind Cyberattacks on U.S.? 5) As Police Drones Take Off, Washington State Pushes Back 6) Tech …
Stories: 1) As 3-D Printing Becomes More Accessible, Copyright Questions Arise 2) When It Comes To Fashion, Shouldn't There Be An App For That? 3) In New York, Taxi Apps Raise Objections From Competitors 4) Pentametron Reveals Unintended Poetry of Twitter Users 5) Art Meets Geek at Toni Dove's Studio …
Stories: 1) Automakers Drive Towards Hydrogen Cars 2) 'We Need To Talk': Missed Connections With Hyperconnectivity 3) Raising Personable Children, Even If They're Glued To Phones 4) When Social Media And Romance Mix, It's Complicated 5) To Foster Communication, Bay Area Boss Cut Off Email 6) Pentagon Goes On The …
Stories: 1) Hack Attack On 'New York Times' Looks Like Part Of Chinese Campaign 2) African Americans Fly High With Math And Science 3) Iran's Leader Embraces Facebook; Fellow Iranians Are Blocked 4) How One Company Reinvented The Hand Dryer 5) Tech Week Ahead: Driverless Cars 6) Dell Makes Deal …
Stories: 1) Shakespeare's Sonnets, Encoded In DNA 2) Turning Girl Scout Cookies Into Graphene 3) Cause Of Boeing's 787 Problems Remains A Mystery 4) No Mercy For Robots: Experiment Tests How Humans Relate To Machines 5) E-Readers Track How We Read, But Is The Data Useful To Authors? 6) Western …
Stories: 1) Bump On The Road For Driverless Cars Isn't Technology, It's You 2) Inventors Design Lamp Powered Entirely By Gravity 3) This Defense Contractor Has A Green Side 4) Tech Week Ahead: Controversial Founder Of File-Sharing Site Launches New Service 5) Inaugural Smartphone App Could Be Helping Mine Data …
Stories: 1) In Video-Streaming Rat Race, Fast Is Never Fast Enough 2) Latest TV Technoloy: Ultra-High Definition TV. 3) 'M-Commerce' On The Rise As More Consumers Use Mobile Devices To Shop 4) Consumer Electronic Show Highlights Home Technology 5) Black Market Pharmacies And The Big Business Of Spam 6) How …
Stories: 1) FTC Closes Google Antitrust Investigation Without Penalties 2) Google Avoids Antitrust Charges 3) Science Looked Good In 2012 4) 3-D Printing Is (Kind Of) A Big Deal 5) 'RunPee' The Ideal App For Lovers Of Movies And Large Drinks 6) Are You Eating Too Fast? Ask Your Fork
Stories: 1) In Rapid-Fire 2012, Memes' Half-Life Fell To A Quarter 2) Music- Streaming Services Hunt For Paying Customers 3) TV Broadcasters Amp Up The 'Second Screen' Experience 4) The Year In Tweets 5) From 3-D Printers To Wired Glasses, The Tech Year Ahead 6) Social Sharing Site Reddit Had …
Stories: 1) With Growth Of 'Hacker Scouting,' More Kids Learn To Tinker 2) FAA Pressured To Give E-Readers A Pass During Takeoff, Landing 3) Online Videos: Not Just Made By Amateurs Anymore 4) Forget YOLO: Why 'Big Data' Should Be The Word Of The Year 5) Future Fibers May Be …
Stories: 1) Don't Like The Government? Make Your Own, On International Waters 2) Protecting Kids' Digital Privacy 3) New Car Features May Keep Older Drivers Out Of The Big Yellow Taxi 4) 'Fat Fingers' Blamed For Accidental Mobile Ad Clicks 5) The Day Instagram Almost Lost Its Innocence
Stories: 1) To Catch A Suspect — On Pinterest 2) Will U.S.-Made Mac Computers Start A Trend? 3) Forget The Register: Stores Use Mobile To Make Sales On The Spot 4) Tech Week Ahead: Feuding Companies 5) FTC: Apps For Children Raise Privacy Concerns 6) Who Needs College? Young Entrepeneuer …
Stories: 1) Facebook Arrests Ignite Free-Speech Debate In India 2) A Bet Or A Prediction? Intrade's Purpose Is Debated 3) Yet Another Shift In Facebook Policies Raises Privacy Concerns 4) Senate Committee Approves Stricter Email Privacy 5) Senate Committee OKs Electronic Privacy Measure 6) The Next Workplace? Behind The Wheel
Stories: 1) Outsmart Crowds With Mobile Shopping Revolution 2) Rich Jaroslovsky's Gadget Picks For 2012 3) Spain Expands Renewables With Wave- Powered Electricity Plant 4) How Ordinary Chinese Are Talking And Fighting Back 5) Tech Week Ahead: Cyber Monday
Stories: 1) What's The Big Idea? Pentagon Agency Backs Student Tinkerers To Find Out 2) Israel, Hamas Battle Becomes A Twitter War 3) Shortage Of Nintendo's New Wii U Expected 4) #Gaza: Fighting In Cyberspace? 5) Fingerprint Scans Create Unease For Poor Parents 6) Post-Petraeus, Net Privacy Backers Hope For …