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Callin' Oates: The Hotline You Don't Need (But Might Call Anyway)

A new hotline puts the music of Hall & Oates at your fingertips. The question, of course, is: Why?
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India's Techies Angered Over Internet Censorship Plan

Millions of India's young people are cutting edge when it comes to high-tech. Yet the country is still very conservative by Western standards, and a government minister recently said that offensive material on the web should be removed. The statement has angered the nation's tech community who say the idea infringes on democracy and is possibly illegal.
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New Law Aims To Shine Light On Conflict Metals

U.S. companies might soon be required to publish where they get their rare metals for all those electronics consumers buy. And activists hope that it will be one small step toward resolving long running conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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AT&T Drops T-Mobile Bid

AT&T shuttered proposed plans to buy T-Mobile. For more, Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Joel Rose.
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Tablets Replace Some Small Businesses Tools

Tablets are not just changing how people go about their lives. They're also changing the way businesses function. Small businesses especially are using tablets to replace a variety of business tools: from menus, to timecards, to cash registers.
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'Wired' Editor Discusses 2011's Best Apps

The releases of the iPhone 4s and other advanced smart phones this year has meant the proliferation of the apps that run on them. Robert Siegel finds out about the best apps of 2011 from John Bradley, senior editor overseeing products and editor of the Wired App Guide.

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