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Undesigned: The Symbiotic Relationship Of Steve Jobs And Jonathan Ive

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Vote On Network Neutrality May Alter The Way We Listen Online

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Corporations Are Drawn Into WikiLeaks Controversy

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Microsoft Adds 'Do Not Track' Option To Internet Explorer 9

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Google Makes A Play For A Piece Of The E-Books Market

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Even though Facebook remains wildly popular, a number of startup social networks are trying to woo people with the promise of better privacy controls. Nicholas Kamm/AFP hide caption

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New Networks Target Discomfort With Facebook

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Erin McKeown says that while MySpace was once an essential tool for connecting to fans, it's now just one of many websites that offer similar utility. Nancy Palmieri/MySpace hide caption

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MySpace Update Focuses On Music

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Facebook Unveils New Messaging Platform

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Facebook Takes On E-Mail, Messaging

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Microsoft's Kinect Brings Gestures To A New Level

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Google TV: Networks, Cable Companies And Consumers Respond

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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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