Marketplace Tech for Monday, May 13, 2013

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It's been ten years since the U.S. introduced the "new" color $20 bill. According to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the average life of the 20 is just two years before it wears out. But the reason for the color 20 was introduced wasn't just about wear and tear, it was about anti-counterfeiting technology. And, does your family have etiquette for using tech at the dinner table? Marketplace Tech speaks with a Cape Cod mother of five who is making rules to help her family navigate how to behave as a family in a high tech, interconnected world.  
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Samsung says it's made a 5G breakthrough

The mobile giant says a 5G network could be available by the end of the decade.
Posted In: mobile, samsung
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Dr. Eric Topol on the digital revolution in health care

Dr. Eric Topol on the digital revolution in health care
Posted In: health care, medical care, technology
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Dinner time: Surrender your cell phones to dad

The story of how one family makes time for each other at dinner in our high tech, interconnected world.
Posted In: family, cell phone etiquette, cell phones
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$20 bill turns 10, trailblazer in fight against counterfeiters

That 'new' 20-spot isn't so new anymore.
Posted In: currency, counterfeit

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