Supporters of the website The Pirate Bay, one of the world's top illegal file-sharing websites, demonstrate in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2009. Fredrik Persson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A California Civil War Over Internet Piracy

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Amazon Expands Streaming With Viacom Deal

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In its Feb. 1 initial public offering, Facebook announced that it had generated $3.71 billion in revenue in 2011, up from $1.97 billion the year before. via Facebook hide caption

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Soon Facebook Growth Will Be About Users Clocking In More Time

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Bram van der Kolk, Finn Batato, Mathias Ortmann and Kim Schmitz, also known as Kim Dotcom, (from left to right) are remanded in custody in New Zealand on Friday. David Rowland/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Four Views On Megaupload

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Wikipedia Goes Dark To Protest Anti-Piracy Bills

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The founders of startup accelerator Women Innovate Mobile (clockwise from top right: Deborah Jackson, Kelly Hoey and Veronika Sonsev) aim to boost the profile of tech companies founded by women. Lisa Tanner/Courtesy Women Innovate Mobile hide caption

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Seeking Female Founders In The Tech Startup Scene

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How Rick Santorum's 'Google Problem' Has Endured

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The two "eyes" on the Anybot are actually a camera and a laser. The camera "sees," the laser points, and the person on the screen controls it all. Anybots.com hide caption

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No Excuses: Robots Put You In Two Places At Once

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Smartphone Maker Waits For Patent Decision

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Cast members of the canceled sitcom Arrested Development reunite at a New Yorker panel in October. Netflix will exclusively stream a new season of the cult hit — and that could bring the service a lot of new subscribers, one analyst says. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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Online Video Sites Go Pro And Get Original

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Occupy Wall Street protesters meditate while a sign bearing their Twitter hashtag hangs from a railing in Zuccotti Park in October. Some activists accused Twitter of censorship because #OccupyWallStreet wasn't appearing on trending lists. Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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How Twitter's Trending Algorithm Picks Its Topics

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Google Music Competes Against iTunes, Amazon

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Teen Study: Social Media Is Positive Experience

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Paul Cross, creative director of Rocksmith, plays the game at a demonstration event in San Francisco, Calif.

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Rocksmith: Guitar Hero Gets Real(er)

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