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Left Homeless, Storm Victims Turn To Internet To Find Shelter

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A growing number of smartphone apps use internal GPS to help singles locate potential mates nearby. While men are enthusiastic about the apps, women have been slower to adopt them. Sean Locke/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Smartphone Apps Help More Singles Find The Boy (Or Girl) Next Door

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Submitting a DNA sample to networking company 23andMe entails spitting a saliva sample into a plastic vial. 23andMe hide caption

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Search For Parkinson's Genes Turns To Online Social Networking

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Looking for Newt Gingrich? Don't type "newtgingrich.com." You might get directed to Freddie Mac, Tiffany's or other sites that bring to mind less flattering stories about the Republican presidential candidate. FreddieMac.com hide caption

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