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Next Generation E-Books

While the vast majority of e-books still consist of basic text delivered to a device, the next generation of digital books feature interactivity and multimedia content. We explore what's next in the field of "enhanced e-books."

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High-Tech Grocery Shopping

Tech Tuesday explores how online ordering, delivery and pick-up services are linking consumers to farmers and changing the way we buy groceries.

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Managing Online Comments

Popular Science announced that it will no longer post comments about its articles on its website. We explore different approaches to dealing with comments online.

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Computer Guys & Gal

The Computer Guys and Gal explore the tech implication of a government shutdown and the reasons Apple's new iPhones are snapped up by the millions, along with its new operating system.

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Professional Tips On Cell Phone Photography

Cell phone cameras are ubiquitous and their features are increasingly sophisticated. A professional photographer offers tips for taking great cell phone photos.

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Hundreds Of New Internet Domains Prepare To Launch

As soon as November, the first of hundreds of new domains come online. Get ready for .google, .app and .green. Kojo looks at the sweeping change about to hit the Internet.

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Small Businesses And Technology

Time and money are often in short supply for small business owners, and investing in technology doesn't always rise to the top of their priority lists. We consider new options for small businesses on the tech front, with a look at local programs and national trends.

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Computer Guys And Gal

Changes at Microsoft, the ethics and economics of blocking ads and an NSA surveillance panel with no tech experts. The Computer Guys and Gal discuss these topics and more.

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Clicking "Agree" Without Reading The Fine Print

Kojo explores what civil liberties could be getting lost in the "terms and conditions."

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Technology In The K-12 Classroom

With students across the region either back in class or readying to return soon, we consider the role of technology in classrooms from kindergarten to 12th grade.

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