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Now Hovering Above Us All: 'The Cloud'

The days of keeping large files on your home or office computer are waning. Instead, documents and files are accessible from nearly any device, anytime from anywhere. But what exactly is this place called the cloud?
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Instagram's Winning Recipe: Images And Social Media

In 2011, people used Instagram to share their pictures — at a rate of 90 pictures every second. It's Apple's iPhone App of the Year, and people use it to take pictures and then share them.
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Mobile App Prepares Arlington For Crises

A new mobile app for Arlington County residents may help save lives.
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How A Thousand Points Of Light Lit The National Tree

Billions of brilliant lights sparkle on houses and trees around the nation as people celebrate the Christmas season. Those lights have also given American presidents reason to joyfully flip the switch on the national tree for nearly 90 years.
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Remembering Jacob Goldman

Jacob Goldman, the creator of Xerox PARC, has died. He was 90. Robert Siegel and Lynn Neary have more.
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China Reportedly Hacked Chamber Of Commerce

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that hackers in China broke into computers at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, potentially accessing information about its operations and members. NPR's Tom Gjelten talks with Robert Siegel on what, if anything, the hackers could have accessed.
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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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