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As Developing World Goes Mobile, Can Apple Make The Sale?

Up to 1 billion people in emerging markets will buy mobile phones in the coming years, and many will use them in lieu of a computer. While this might seem a natural opportunity for Apple, it may be a struggle for the tech giant to land these new customers.
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Technology Of The Future: 2013 And Beyond

Self-driving cars that come pick you up. Robots that care for you in your home. Computers that respond to your brain waves. Kojo explores the future of tech inventions.

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Can Online Anonymity Be A Good Thing?

Tell Me More's series "Social Me" takes a look at how the online world is transforming the experience of young people in America. In part one, host Michel Martin talks to social media specialist Rey Junco about the pros and cons of kids creating online identities.
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Google Explains How It Handles Police Requests For Users' Data

For the first time, Google has posted its policies for when it gives up users' information to the government. It's part of a broader company strategy to push for tougher privacy laws.
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No Mercy For Robots: Experiment Tests How Humans Relate To Machines

To understand how social rules affect the interactions between humans and machines, scientists re-created a famous psychology experiment using robots. What they found is that if robots are nice to us, we're nice to them. If they're not, we "punish" them.
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.Gov Site Goes Down; Anonymous Claims Responsibility

The hacker-activist group says it took down the U.S. Sentencing Commission website Saturday to avenge the death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
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Even Syrian Activists Fall In Love On Facebook

The activists spend a lot of time online. Mostly they follow the twists and turns of Syria's uprising. But they also fall in love this way.

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