Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., on Oct. 5. Facebook said it was working to fix the privacy problem reported by The Wall Street Journal. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Facebook Flap Highlights Growing Privacy Concerns

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A small study indicates that reading electronic books is up to 10.7 percent slower than an old-fashioned paper version. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Wishing And Hoping: What iPad On Verizon Really Means

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Google has erected a new interactive billboard in New York's Times Square as part of "Watch This Space," the company's campaign to promote its lesser-known display advertisement services. via Google hide caption

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Smart Cookies Put Targeted Online Ads On The Rise

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Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg star as Sean Parker and Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network. Merrick Morton/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Seeing 'The Social Network' Through The Eyes Of Silicon Valley

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Beyond Craigslist, Many Markets For Sex Traffickers

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Google has created a new priority inbox system for its Gmail service. The new system sorts through your messages and puts the important ones in a separate box called Important. hide caption

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Google Unveils System For Prioritizing E-Mail

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Microsoft Co-Founder Sues Major Tech Companies

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Philip Rosedale created the virtual world of "Second Life" based on the "Metaverse" of Neal Stephenson's science fiction novel Snow Crash. AFP/AFP hide caption

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Sci-Fi Inspires Engineers To Build Our Future

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Given that more women than men use social media, shouldn't the Twitter bird be pink? Mito Habe-Evans / NPR hide caption

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Control Your Image: Women Musicians Seize On Social Media

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Healing Rural Patients With A Dose Of Broadband

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