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Online Education Grows Up, And For Now, It's Free

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Lorie Miller affixes a QR code to her grandparents' gravestone. Miller and her husband are launching a business that will supply QR tags and maintain a website featuring the deceased. Emma Lee/Newsworks hide caption

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QR Codes For Headstones Keep Dearly Departed Close

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Apple's New Maps Become Major Embarrassment

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Biodegradable Electronics Could End Toxic Trash

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'Angry Birds' Spinoff Flies To Top Of iTunes Charts

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Has Apple's Feud With Google Hurt Its iPhone 5?

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Ever feel like someone is watching you? The Federal Trade Commission finds you could be right — if you've used a rental computer. iStockphoto hide caption

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A spoof site launched by Erik Johnson pretends to offer Google's search engine — if it were run by replacements. Replacement Google hide caption

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Alice Beauheim, her father and Bill Love fly their homemade machines at the Drone Smackdown in Manassas, Va., on Sunday. Objections by the Federal Aviation Administration forced organizers to hold the tongue-in-cheek contest outside of Washington, D.C. John Procter hide caption

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National Security Experts Go Rogue For 'Drone Smackdown'

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Crowd Funding For Musicians Isn't The Future; It's The Present

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Tesla's Big Gamble: Can The Electric Car Go Mainstream?

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