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Small Cinemas Struggle As Film Fades Out Of The Picture

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Retailers Can Wait To Tell You Your Card Data Have Been Compromised

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Court: FCC Can't Enforce Net Neutrality

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Appeals Court Strikes Down Open Internet Rules

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Google Buys Home Automation Company Nest

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Game Over For Nintendo? Not If Mario And Zelda Fans Keep Playing

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Smartphones offer a way for lower-income people who don't have broadband access at home to connect to the Internet. iStockphoto hide caption

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Class Trumps Race When It Comes To Internet Access

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Hot On YouTube: Videos About Video Games, And Science, Too

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Manny Cardenas, seen here with his 5-year-old daughter Zoe, has earned $16 an hour as a part-time security guard at Google. Laura Sydell/NPR hide caption

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What It's Like To Live On Low Pay In A Land Of Plenty

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Tech companies around the world have set up shop in the financial district in Dublin, Ireland. Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Cuts And Tax Hikes, Tech Companies Get Love in Ireland

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For Advocacy Groups, Video Games Are The Next Frontier

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The Sony PlayStation 4 sells for $399. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Will New PlayStation, Xbox Click Beyond The Hard-Core Gamer?

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Judge: Google's Book Copying Doesn't Violate Copyright Law

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Napster founder Shawn Fanning in February 2001, after a ruling that the free Internet-based service must stop allowing copyrighted material to be shared. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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What Today's Online Sharing Companies Can Learn From Napster

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