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News From CES: Some Ford Vehicles Will Give Drivers Voice Control Of NPR's App

The latest version of NPR's mobile news application can be controlled using your voice in some Ford vehicles.
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A TV That Watches You? Must Be Time For The Consumer Electronics Show

A TV set from Lenovo will respond to voice commands and know who you are by using facial recognition.
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Seeking Female Founders In The Tech Startup Scene

The founders of Google, Facebook and Twitter are all male. Only 4 percent of one high-profile tech incubator's grants went to groups with a female founder. But the leader of a new startup accelerator for women says, "That next visionary is ... going to be wearing a skirt and a great pair of shoes."
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Techies Descend On Las Vegas For CES

Thousands of companies converge on the massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, hoping to snag some attention for their gadgets. This year, many of them are promoting new ways to watch TV or access information on the cloud. One notable change this year: It's Microsoft's swan song at CES. Audie Cornish talks to NPR's Steve Henn.
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Why Santorum's 'Google Problem' Remains

If you Google Rick Santorum, one of the top returns is a scatological sexual reference. It was created back in 2003, when writer Dan Savage asked his readers to make up something disgusting and sexual to link to Santorum. It was a response to Santorum's rhetoric against gay marriage.
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A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

Kodak developed the first, 13-pound digital camera in 1975. But it was never really able to capitalize on the product it had invented and its digital strategy was a bust, analysts say. Now, it's trying to sell thousands of patents for the technology behind digital photography to stave off bankruptcy.

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