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A massive asynchronous book club on Twitter

Apr 15, 2010
Wasn't technology supposed to kill the book? One Twitter feed is hoping to change that.
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iPad is beloved by the blind

Apr 13, 2010
Interesting thoughts in here about design in general.
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Obama sets plan for changes at NASA

Apr 13, 2010
President Obama wants to change how NASA explores space and is also set to pull the plug on human trips to Mars and the moon. This cut would mean big job losses in Florida. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Science
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The man behind WikiLeaks

Apr 13, 2010
The man behind Wikileaks, the website famous for publishing submissions or leaks of sensitive documents, has been keeping his own profile under wraps.
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AT&T rebranding may be a bit vague

Apr 9, 2010
AT&T's new ad campaign focuses on the products the company has to offer beyond phone service. But the way the campaign tries to sell you may be a bit confusing for consumers to understand. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Science
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U.K. cracks down on digital copyright scofflaws

Apr 9, 2010
The U.K. is taking a hard stand against pirates of digital media.
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New chip could change electronics

Apr 8, 2010
Hewlett-Packard scientists have announced they've come up with technology contained in computer chips that will revolutionize how our electronics work. The Wall Street Journal's Don Clark talks with Bob Moon about why the finding is important and what it means for storage.
Posted In: Science
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iPad users complain about Wi-Fi

Apr 8, 2010
Sorry early adopters, some iPad users are reporting their devices can't connect or stay connected to the Internet. Why don't companies catch big glitches like these? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Internet
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Do you need a decision engine?

Apr 8, 2010
The co-founder behind Flickr has a new online project aimed at helping you make decisions.
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Here come the iPad challengers

Apr 7, 2010
Thanks in part to Apple's new iPad, tablet computers are on the rise. But which ones can actually compete?

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