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  • Hoping to Draw Market Share With Touch Screens
    Cellphone makers and carriers hope that touch screens will bolster sales this holiday season.



  • Facebook Aims to Extend Its Reach Across the Web
    With Facebook Connect, users can log onto a variety of sites and see their friends? activities there.



  • Drilling Down: Maybe Canadians Have More Friends
    Canadian Internet users are far more likely than Americans to use a social networking Web site, according to a new report.



  • You?re Leaving a Digital Trail. What About Privacy?
    An emerging field called collective intelligence could create an Orwellian future on a level Big Brother could only dream of.



  • Digital Domain: Only the Rich Can Afford It. Should Taxpayers Back It?
    Tesla Motors says it cannot move forward on plans to bring out a second-generation electric car without federal funds.



  • Citizen Journalists Provided Glimpses of Mumbai Attacks
    The attacks in India served as another case study in how technology is transforming people into potential reporters, adding a new dimension to the news media.



  • Google?s Gatekeepers
    Nicole Wong and her colleagues decide what the world can see on YouTube. Are they also determining the limits of free speech?



  • Ping: Do We Overrate Basic Research?
    Amar Bhidé, a professor at the Columbia Business School, says ?midlevel innovation? is often overlooked in arguments on technology and research.



  • That Digital Divide, Bridged in a Classroom
    Computer learning centers are helping more seniors gain the computer skills necessary to return to work.



  • If You Post It, They Will Pray
    Prayer has found a home on the Web with sites that allow anyone to request, for free, that strangers pray for them.




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