Alan Turing Turns 100

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Google Is The Latest To Get Into Computer Tablets

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A Massive Google Network Learns To Identify — Cats

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Facebook's Email Change Rankles Users

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'Do Not Track' Web System Stuck In Limbo

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Your crafty password may not be powerful enough to overcome a cyberattacker. Earlier this month, LinkedIn urged its users to change their passwords after a database was hacked, exposing millions of passwords. Mihai Simonia/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Prevent Your Password From Becoming Easy Pickings (Or PyPfbEp)

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Google Expected To Delve Into Tablet Computers

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Some parents say the hardest part of flying with young kids on an airplane is dealing with unpredictable kids and adult passengers. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Planes, Patience And Slightly Kid-Friendlier Security

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Human baby Charlotte, the 13-month-old daughter of NPR producer Tom Bullock, tried the same tests that DeeChee, the robot, does for language-learning experiments. Dr. Caroline Lyons says human babies have an advantage: They spend every waking hour of the day in a speaking world. Tom Bullock/NPR hide caption

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'Baby' Robot Learns Language Like The Real Thing

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