Comcast, NBC And The Future Of Online Video
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iPad-Only Magazines, Newspapers Debuting Soon
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Warren Spector talks to journalists on October 27, 2010 during Paris Games week. Franck Fife/Getty hide caption

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'Epic Mickey' Takes Disney's Mouse Into A Video Game 'Wasteland'
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Little White Lies Of Online Dating Revealed
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Apps Let Holiday Shoppers Skip The Computer
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A hybrid solarized gas turbine power station owned by AORA Solar, a new Israeli company pushing solar hybrid technology, sits in the southern Israeli kibbutz of Samar. David Buimovitch/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israel's Clean-Tech Boom Draws A New Green Line
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A Trip Back To The Future of The Internet
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20 German Cities On Google's Street View
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'Ancient' Apple 1 Sells For $213,000
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A computer user in Kuala Lumpur points to local news portals on the Internet. Malaysia's government controls the print media, but news is reportedly free online -- a factor that has altered the balance of political power in the nation. Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Malaysia, Web's Popularity Breaks A Grip On Power
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For Some Ohio Students, Less Play On Snow Days
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A personal iPhone can be set up to receive company e-mail via a Microsoft Exchange Server. But once it is set up, the phone can receive a variety of commands from the server including a remote wipe, which can destroy all the data and disable the phone. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Wipeout: When Your Company Kills Your iPhone
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Jack Zylkin's USB Typewriter allows you to write emails from an old manual typewriter. Jack Zylkin hide caption

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DIY 'Hackers' Tinker Everyday Things Into Treasure
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