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Nintendo Wii Fit has gone to the dogs
China's 60th anniversary: from Mao's ideology to iPhones
At summit, calls for more states to ban texting while driving
New Google search filter helps cut down on commercial clutter
Twitter feeling a little hectic lately? Help is on the way.
Empire State Building to glow red on Chinese anniversary
Motorola confirms Oct. roll-out for the Cliq
Garmin Nüvifone G60's tardiness could spell its doom
A twitter tour of Western philosophy
Money daily brief: On strong yen, markets slip
iPhone MMS update makes AT&T happy. The users? Not so much.
Google video chalked up ten billion clicks in August
Microsoft Bing, coming soon to an NFL jersey near you
Our completely anecdotal guide to the iPhone MMS update
iPhone MMS arrives, months late – now everyone send pictures!
iPhone MMS update could crash network, some fear
Billboard watchdogs clean up skylines
Five ways to teach your old phone new tricks
Cell phone radiation? There's a case for that.
Why Europe wants stiffer sanctions on Iran
The Jay Leno Show and the rise of political humor
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With Facebook Lite, a step deeper into Twitter terrain
Apple tells Rhapsody: Welcome to the iPhone club
At Apple event, iPhone and iPod Touch challenge DS and PSP
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China to Russia: You're putting us in a tight spot
Protests in Kashmir after 67 students suspended for cheering the wrong team
Sen. Bob Corker 'disappointed' in US handling of Syrian humanitarian crisis
Is military better handling its sexual assault problem? Congress is watching.
Portrait of Millennials: Call them Generation Unaffiliated
Obama, touting a college education, urges seniors: fill out financial aid form
US economy adds 175,000 jobs despite hard winter: Is stronger growth ahead?
The 2014 Oscars: and the winner is...!
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Safeway sold for $9.4 billion, will merge with Albertsons
International Women's Day 2014: Women in tech make strides
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Pastor reportedly buys his way onto New York Times bestseller list
Mass. upskirt photos now illegal as lawmakers keep their promise
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Why President Obama stopped calling Turkish leader Erdogan
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