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Why 140 Characters, When One Will Do? Tracing The Emoji Evolution

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"Timescape" finds words in the news associated with Sept. 11, and weights them according to prominence in a story — not just how often they appear. Gaurav Bradoo hide caption

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An Algorithm Is A Curator At The Sept. 11 Museum

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NASA Explores A New World: Crowdsourcing Ideas

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If you've noticed that kids seem to be better at figuring out these things, you're not alone. iStockphoto hide caption

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Preschoolers Outsmart College Students In Figuring Out Gadgets

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Online Psychotherapy Gains Fans And Raises Privacy Concerns

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The video game BioShock Infinite took players to an alternate U.S. and a story filled with philosophy and a rich narrative — but also a lot of violence. AP Photo/2K Games/Irrational Games hide caption

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Modern Video Games Go Beyond 'Jumping On Blocks'

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Harley-Davidson riders reveal Project LiveWire, the first electric Harley-Davidson motorcycle, during a ride across New York City's Manhattan Bridge on June 23. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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Harley Hopes An Electric Hog Will Appeal To Young, Urban Riders

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SCOTUS On Cellphones And The Privacy Of Poetry

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