Tiptoeing With Tech: Devices And Relationships

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Cyber Monday: Shoppers Encouraged To Log On

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TV Manufacturers Make It Easier To Surf The Web

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Facebook Games Invite Spammers To Play

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Stressed? There's A Deepak Chopra App For That

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Hundreds Recreating Web's Version Of 'Star Wars'

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A driver uses a cell phone in Freeport, Maine, in September. Maine and more than a dozen other states have implemented laws to curb distracted driving practices such as texting or talking on cell phones while operating a car. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Waging War On Distracted Driving

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Courtesy of Advanced Transport Systems Ltd.

Personal Rapid Transit: Future Or Elevated Fantasy?

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Automakers Help Aging Drivers Travel More Safely

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'Insecurity Cameras' To Track All Of Town's Traffic

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Point, Click, Feed: Web Boosts Food Banks' Efficiency

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Cell Phones Could Start Cutting Into GPS Market

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Technology And The Elderly

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Sofia Henriquez, 76, celebrates after scoring in the Wii bowling competition. In addition to singing and dancing during the game, she cheered on her teammates with a noisemaker crafted from a soda bottle filled with pebbles. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Who's Gaming Now? Seniors Turn To Wii Bowling

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A dummy is used in a demonstration test of seat-back head restraints at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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How Crash Tests Help Bring Traffic Deaths Down

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