Exploring The World's Highest Peaks From Your Couch

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A dispute between an anti-spam group and a Dutch hosting company is causing major congestion, leading to delays in reaching sites like Netflix. iStockphoto hide caption

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University of Washington computer science student Laura McFarlane and her team work on their smartphone app aimed at helping girls being illegally trafficked get help. Sara Lerner/NPR hide caption

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More Than Just Angry Birds, Apps Can Have A Humanitarian Side Too

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Nick d'Aloisio displays his mobile application Summly, which Yahoo recently purchased for a reported $30 million. But the Internet company is killing the app and integrating the algorithm that drives it into its own technology. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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Why Are TV Remotes So Terrible?

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin wears Google Glass glasses at an event on the University of California, San Francisco's Mission Bay campus on Feb. 20. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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In A World That's Always On, We Are Trapped In The 'Present'

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Op-Ed: The Battles Ahead Over Driverless Cars

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Your Kids' Brains On Touch-Screens

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Images Of The Dead And The Change They Provoke

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Egyptians use their mobile phones to record celebrations in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the popular revolt that drove Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011. Twitter was often used to record happenings during the Arab Spring. Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On Its 7th Birthday, Is Twitter Still The 'Free Speech Party'?

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Web Developers Give Passover Guidebook A Digital Makeover

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