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Microsoft chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie speaks at a 2007 conference. Mundie says Microsoft is preparing for the arrival of new microprocessors, which will power souped-up computers and devices. Courtesy of Microsoft hide caption

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Millions Of Book Club Readers, 140 Characters

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers a keynote address at the Facebook developers conference in San Francisco on April 21. Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press hide caption

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Debate Continues Around Facebook Privacy Changes

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Gizmodo's articles about a next-generation iPhone reportedly found last month at a California bar included photos of the device in various stages of disassembly. Gizmodo via CreativeCommons hide caption

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iPhone Flap Sparks Police Raid, Shield-Law Talk

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Can The iPad Or The Kindle Save Book Publishers?

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Visions Of The Future, From The Past

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Put Away That Laptop: Professors Pull The Plug

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YouTube Pulls Hitler 'Downfall' Parodies

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Listeners Sound Off On Tea Party Movement

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Your Movie Collection: On A Shelf, Or On A Server?

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Online News Service Is eBay Founder's Next Bid

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Facebook's Open Graph Ratchets Up Privacy Concerns

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