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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Apple Offers Free Cases To Fix iPhone Problems

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PR Headache: Apple To Deal With iPhone Backlash

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Apple Plans iPhone Announcement

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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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In 2004, Stanford University became one of the first institutions to allow Google to digitize chunks of its library collection as part of the Google Books Library Project. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Stanford Ushers In The Age Of Bookless Libraries

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This Vonage ad was part on a site (freehdmovie.net) that specializes in distributing Hollywood films for free and more than likely illegally.  NPR hide caption

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Feeding Pirates: When Legit Companies Advertise On Shady Sites

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