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Calif. Green-Lights Self-Driving Cars, But Legal Kinks Linger

Supporters of the technology say it will save a million lives a year and prevent a global carmageddon. But among the questions still to be worked out: If a self-driving car runs a red light and gets caught, who gets the ticket?
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Free Speech: A Global Debate

An Internet video insulting the Prophet Muhammad sparked riots, but also an international debate about the limits of freedom of speech.

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Computer Guys And Gal

The Computer Guys and Gal are back to explore the latest triumphs and fail's in the tech world.

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Tech Week Ahead: Apple's iPhone 5 Stumbles

Melissa Block talks to Laura Sydell about the week's tech news. They cover Apple's iPhone 5 and its new maps application.
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Social Media Advice: When Are Emoticons OK?

Social media experts Baratunde Thurston and Deanna Zandt answer questions about how to behave in the digital age. This week's topic: When, if ever, is the right time to use emoticons?
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Presidential Campaigns Rock The Gamer Vote

As political ads ramp up on TV, a newer platform is also seeing a spike in political messages. In 2008, Barack Obama became the first presidential candidate to use political advertising in a video game. This year, the Romney campaign says it is also injecting politics into gaming.
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Cloud Computing Saves Health Care Industry Time And Money

The cloud's vast computing power is making it easier and less expensive for companies and clinicians to discover new drugs and new medical treatments. Analyzing data that used to take years and tens of millions of dollars can now be done for a fraction of that amount.

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