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Marketplace's Amy Scott looks into whether the 24 percent boost in new home sales last month really means anything for the a shrunken housing market and the economy.
Wikileaks released a trove of over 90,000 reports on the Afghanistan war to the public on Sunday -- but they first let "traditional" reporters from the New York Times, Der Spiegel and the Guardian take a look at them. Why?
The Library of Congress' Copyright Office ruled that "jailbreaking" -- the act of breaking through copyright controls on phones to use your own apps -- is legal. But what does this mean for phone users and service providers?
Marketplace for Monday, July 26, 2010