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Facebook Phone Is 'A Family Of Apps,' Zuckerberg Says

It's not really a phone, the Facebook CEO says. And it's not an operating system. Zuckerberg says it's a "family of apps" that "becomes the home of your phone."
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Facebook's Online Speech Rules Keep Users On A Tight Leash

Social networks now hold tremendous power to regulate online speech. Their rules for allowable comments, art and video govern billions of posts worldwide each day. And while Twitter users enjoy a great deal of freedom, Facebook has relatively tight restrictions on what users can say and see.
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Should Toddlers Own Tablets?

There's a trove of apps and games for tablets that are meant to help occupy and educate small children. But how early is too early for kids to get tech-savvy? Host Michel Martin sits down with parents to find out how they integrate tablets into their kids' lives.
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Divided Federal Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Upstart TV Service

The U.S. Court of Appeals in New York ruled 2-to-1 that Barry Diller-backed Aereo doesn't violate U.S. copyright law. The company has come under a barrage of lawsuits from network channels because it allows users to watch TV over the Internet.
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'Bioshock Infinite': A First-Person Shooter, A Tragic Play

BioShock Infinite uses a mix of history and fantasy to create a world dominated by a racist fundamentalist Christian cult. The latest installment in the video game series drew praise from critics as proof that games could be more than just computer graphics. Can the genre really reach the heights of great art?

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