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Visit the CIA's website for more on the Kryptos puzzle, and the artist behind it. Courtesy of James Sanborn hide caption

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'Kryptos' Sculptor Drops New Clue In 20-Year Mystery

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A computer user in Kuala Lumpur points to local news portals on the Internet. Malaysia's government controls the print media, but news is reportedly free online -- a factor that has altered the balance of political power in the nation. Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Malaysia, Web's Popularity Breaks A Grip On Power

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A personal iPhone can be set up to receive company e-mail via a Microsoft Exchange Server. But once it is set up, the phone can receive a variety of commands from the server including a remote wipe, which can destroy all the data and disable the phone. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Wipeout: When Your Company Kills Your iPhone

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Kanye West's best gets buried under sex, fame and money on the rap icon's highly anticipated new album. Courtesy of Troy Holden hide caption

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Kanye West Gets 'Twisted,' But Misses The Beauty

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A pregnant Chinese woman walks out of a hospital in Shanghai. In a growing trend, affluent Chinese women are coming to the U.S. to give birth so that their offspring will be American citizens. For about $15,000, middlemen can arrange the hospital, the doctor and the house and car rental, as well as other extras. Qi Yunfeng/Imaginechina via AP hide caption

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Born In The U.S.A.? Some Chinese Plan It That Way

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Guitar legend Jimi Hendrix's new anthology, West Coast Seattle Boy, is finally seeing release after years of legal battles between family members. Hulton Archive/courtesy of the Hulton Archive hide caption

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Unreleased Material From Jimi Hendrix Reflects A Life Of Music And Money Woes

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