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Using Twitter To Tap Into The Mood Of The Planet

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Who Are You, Really? Activists Fight For Pseudonyms

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How Will Amazon's Fire Impact Apple?

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Jeff Bezos, Chairman and CEO of Amazon.com, introduces the Kindle Fire at a news conference, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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The 'Worm' That Could Bring Down The Internet

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Manuel Martinez, the manager of a popular salad restaurant in Washington, D.C., called Sweetgreen, assists a customer. Martinez says customers use the QR code on the wall to learn about promotions and to get discounts. Mallory Benedict/NPR hide caption

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Few Consumers Are Cracking The QR Code

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No Longer A 'Style Rookie,' Teen Sets Fashion Scene

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Electronic Army's March Threatens Syrian Protests

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Supporters of Syrian President Bashar Assad carry a giant flag with his image on it during a pro-regime protest in Damascus, Syria, in August. Pro-government forces are now taking their message to a new arena: cyberspace. Muzaffar Salman/AP hide caption

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Pro-Assad 'Army' Wages Cyberwar In Syria

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Latina Moms Find Advice, Community In 'MamiVerse'

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Coeds Cope With Technology-Induced Thumb Pain

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