'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution'

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Women Enlistees Use Video Blogs To Share Advice With Other Recruits

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RIM To Unveil BlackBerry Makeover

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Palo Alto High School teacher Esther Wojcicki helps student Allison Wyndham at a computer during class. George Nikitin/AP hide caption

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Keeping Up With Kids' Online Privacy

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Social Media: OMG! Do Parents Get It?

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Nkomo Morris, a teacher at Brooklyn's Art and Media High School, works on her classroom computer in New York. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Finding Learning Tools In Digital Footprints

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Data gleaned from e-readers gives writers a new kind of feedback to take into consideration — or ignore. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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E-Readers Track How We Read, But Is The Data Useful To Authors?

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A salesperson demonstrates the Apple iPhone 4 in New Delhi, India. While mobile device use is growing rapidly in emerging markets, Apple's current product line may prove prohibitively expensive for many consumers. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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As Developing World Goes Mobile, Can Apple Make The Sale?

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Mariah Arostigue (left) and Noah Reyes, 11th-graders, chat as they work on their homework in a pre-calculus class at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana, Calif. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Can Online Anonymity Be A Good Thing?

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Google Explains How It Handles Police Requests For Users' Data

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Two young Syrian activists, Mohsen and Sara, say they met and fell in love on Facebook while monitoring the country's uprising. They didn't want their faces shown, but provided this photo, taken in the Old City of Damascus. Courtesy of Mohsen and Sara hide caption

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Twitter announced its partnership with Vine, a video-sharing app that posts six-second videos onto a tweet, on Thursday, Jan. 24. Marie McGrory/NPR hide caption

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