Apple Earnings Beat Expectations

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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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Emilie Weideman and her father, Marc Weideman try their new iPhones Thursday in Palo Alto, Calif. Many of the new phones' owners are complaining of a glitch that drops calls. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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New iPhone Owners Complain About Dropped Calls

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Humboldt County, Calif., is home to the Karuk tribe. Many of the tribe's members and others who live in the area have had to leave because of the lack of Internet access, which often hinders business growth. Laura Sydell/NPR hide caption

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FCC Eyes Broadband For Indian Reservations

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Apple Debuts Mobile Ad Network Next Month

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