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Facebook users angry over privacy

May 20, 2010
Facebook is expected to deliver a mea culpa of sorts as early as today. The social network has made a number of changes to its privacy policy -- allowing it to share users' information. Janet Babin reports it seems a lot of its users are waiting for an explanation.
Posted In: Internet

The Coming Gamepocalypse

May 20, 2010
Jesse Schell, faculty member at Carnegie Mellon, imagines a "gamepocalypse" world, where your whole day could consist of a series of video games.

In case you'd like to work from home

May 19, 2010
Anna Weggel is a producer on our Public Insight team.  She whomped up this blog post:...
Posted In: robots

Our whole world will be a series of games

May 19, 2010
We're talking to Jesse Schell on tomorrow's show. Here's a video of a speech he gave not that long ago. It's about what he thinks your future will...
Posted In: games

Half of all games will be 3D by 2012, claims Ubisoft

May 19, 2010
The game manufacturer made this rather bold prediction during an investors call. Before we dismiss this as nonsense, know that Nintendo is coming...
Posted In: games

A social network for tots and 'tweens

May 19, 2010
Everyone, it seems, has a Facebook account, and thanks to a new site that just launched, even toddlers can get into the social-networking game. Eve Troeh reports.
Posted In: Internet

Tech News In Brief - 5/19/10

May 19, 2010
Broader NooksIronic ThievesiPod with camera in Vietnam3D game explosion...
Posted In: apple, Books, Facebook, Google, media, Microsoft, news, Science, security, video games

Can someone hack your car's computer?

May 19, 2010
With technology in cars become more and more advanced, how likely is it that automobile computers can be hacked into just like normal computers?

Tech News In Brief - 5/18/10

May 18, 2010
Foxconn busy. And  troubled. ...
Posted In: apple, Facebook, Google, iPhone, Microsoft, Music, security, tv

Mobile Transactions and Africa

May 18, 2010
Several developing nations in Africa are leading the way in mobile transactions.

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