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Expansion Strategy: Amazon Deepens Digital Reach

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Kansas City, Kan., Chosen For Google Network

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Twitter Offers New Dimension To Live TV

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Amazon may be the first major company to launch a cloud-based music service, but Apple and Google may not be far behind. istockphoto.com hide caption

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iPad 2 Supply Runs Short Of Demand

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In Tech-Savvy Japan, Citizens Utilize Crisis Mapping

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The front cover for A Present for Milo, a top children's book app from Ruckus Media Group. This and other kids' books apps are redefining the way children are reading. Ruckus Media Group hide caption

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Children's Book Apps: A New World Of Learning

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The Amazon Kindle 3G reader, or, alternatively, a tablet. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Cheaper Than A Tablet: 'Rooting' Your E-Reader

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