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Jul 15, 2011
All the objects in our lives may soon be screaming at us and trying to get our attention. Hooray technology! Progress! From microchips in diapers...
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Google launches Google+

Jun 29, 2011
The search giant takes another crack at a social network, and Facebook.
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The FTC launches anti-trust probe over Google ads

Jun 23, 2011
The company's ad-search practices are at issue.
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Google gets 1 billion 'unique' visitors

Jun 22, 2011
That's more than Facebook. But unique isn't always best.
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Hulu considering a sale?

Jun 22, 2011
Hulu may soon be up for grabs. Marketplace Tech Report host John Moe discusses why the online TV show and movie service has been having a tough time lately.
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ICANN asks the proverbial question: What's in a name?

Jun 20, 2011
The International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has ended the .com era and has welcomed the .anything age. Tech Report host John Moe explains.
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Get ready for a whole bunch of new Internet names

Jun 20, 2011
The International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has voted to allow domain names far afield from the typical .com or .org. Peter Dengate Thrush, chairman of ICANN, explains the new Internet landscape.
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Big companies no longer limited to .com

Jun 20, 2011
Internet minders voted today to allow an onslaught of new domain names on themes as varied as company brands, entertainment and political causes.
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US funding secret internet access

Jun 13, 2011
The New York Times is reporting that the United States government is building internet and phone access systems that can be used even in the event...
Posted In: Clinton, Egypt, Internet, syria

Facebook will learn your face unless you tell it to stop

Jun 9, 2011
Facebook has been rolling out facial recognition software to its users for several months now. And unless you've turned it off, you're available to be recognized.
Posted In: Internet, Facebook, facial recognition

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