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Gizmodo gets its hands on new iPhone

Apr 20, 2010
Jason Chen, editor of technology website Gizmodo.com, talks with Kai Ryssdal about how the new ended iPhone up in his hands months before its release and what's so special about it.

Teens text. A lot. Who knew?

Apr 20, 2010
The Pew Internet and American Life Project has a new report out about teens and texting.  Teens connect with friends more often through texting...
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More info sharing for Facebook users

Apr 20, 2010
Facebook wants to adapt its site to incorporate updates from non-Facebook sites, which would lead to a lot of potential for targeted ads. This also means more info for advertisers on your browsing habits. Jennifer Collins reports.
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Eating the Google Way

Apr 20, 2010
Google is famous for having a fun, lively campus setting. We chat with the founding executive chef on what's being served up for engineers.

The secret new iPhone

Apr 19, 2010
If you haven't already heard, Gizmodo seems to have stumbled across a prototype of the upcoming new version of the iPhone....
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Rolling Stone offers paid archive online

Apr 19, 2010
Starting today, the archives of Rolling Stone will be available online dating back to 1967 for $30. Experts say the entire print industry will likely jump on this sort of trend. Caitlan Carroll reports.
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ACTA comes out of the shadows

Apr 19, 2010
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement has long been kept under wraps, but the first draft recently surfaced.

New site allows you to rate coworkers

Apr 16, 2010
Peter Kazanjy, a co-founder of GetUnvarnished.com, talks with Kai Ryssdal about his new Web site, which lets people rate coworkers anonymously in categories like production and relationships.
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What's a YouTube phenomenon worth?

Apr 16, 2010
How do you make money off a hit YouTube video that's been viewed millions of times? Rico Gagliano finds out.
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Library of Congress to harvest billions of Tweets

Apr 16, 2010
The effect of Twitter on our culture is undeniable, and the Library of Congress is taking steps to archive its place in history.

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