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Tech Week Ahead: TechCrunch Disrupt Conference

Audie Cornish looks ahead to the week's tech news with Laura Sydell. They cover the TechCrunch Disrupt conference.
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GoDaddy Goes Down, Anonymous Member Takes Responsibility

GoDaddy hosts more than 5 million websites and has registered more than 53 million domain names.
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The Tech Buyer's Dilemma: Timing The Plunge

New tablets and smartphones (and rumors of more) have come so rapidly, it's been hard to keep up. The dilemma, when technology is concerned, has always been whether to buy now or wait for a better, perhaps cheaper, and shinier gadget to come along. So where does that leave you, the consumer?
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The Computer Guys & Gal

The Computer Guys and Gal are back with the latest and greatest from the tech world.

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Oregon Power Project Needs The Motion Of The Ocean

A generator that makes electricity from wave power is being prepared for installation some two and a half miles off the Oregon coast. Jason Busch, executive director of the Oregon Wave Energy Trust, discusses the project and why some Oregon residents are looking to the sea as a source of renewable energy.
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Amazon Rolls Out Its New Kindle E-Readers

The new Amazon Kindles are faster, less expensive and are aimed squarely at the youngest members of a family. The least expensive model will sell for $69. The Kindle Fire comes with parental controls For instance, you can set a time limit on games or movies but let your kids read as much as they want.
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Amazon's New Kindle Will Have Thin Profit Margin

Amazon has introduced its new e-reader, the Paperwhite. The company says it will sell for $119, and has a self-lighting screen and an eight week battery life. The Amazon e-reader is expected to compete with the Nook from Barnes & Noble. Amazon also unveiled two high-definition versions of the Kindle Fire.

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