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“Danny Boy” from space is just one of many Hadfield highlights. Lots of astronauts living on the International Space Station are prolific tweeters and photographers. But every few missions or…

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When it comes to Windows machines for the enterprise market, Lenovo’s line of ThinkPad laptops and ultrabooks are proven contenders. They have a fine reputation that’s made them a top…

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Google looks like its planning to launch a digital newspaper store for Android devices through the Google Play Store. A Google Play News service has been discovered within the JavaScript…

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Dropbox announced that it has now purchased Mailbox, the new email app and queue waiting simulator. Mailbox will remain a stand-alone app rather than get wrapped into Dropbox, with…

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The online video Web site Hulu, in a state of flux as its owners decide what to do with it, said that Andy Forssell, the person in charge of content …

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http://facebook.com/clayandmartyshow Clay Koerner and Marty Pay Interview Tim Donnelly, 33rd District Assemblyman & Possible Candidate for CA Governor, on Ta…

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5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology Forbes Trends get a bad rap, mostly because they are often equated with fashions. Talk about trends and people immediately start imagining…

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If you only use your flash when it automatically pops up on your camera, you are missing a great opportunity to improve your portraits. Bryan Peterson, a photography expert, explains …

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Are recent mergers and acquisitions a sign of economic resurgence or could they actually sap the recovery?

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As bring your own device (BYOD) infiltrates SMBs’ IT strategies, Google’s Android operating system (OS) is becoming more widely used at work. There are productivity gains in its wide range…

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Defender Roy Miller made three big mistakes in the final minutes as the Red Bulls lost, 2-1, to the San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday night.

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A freakish eye injury and a concussion sustained in an orchestrated exchange of fisticuffs raise questions anew about changing the game’s rules.

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Steve Jobs believed in a simple fact: everything around you “was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it. You can influence it…

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Nvidia is likely very happy that it’s done all that’s physically possible to corner the market when it comes to GPUs on desktop PC platforms, as well as being Apple’s…

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Statistics are everywhere. And in sport especially, where broadcasters and coaches are increasingly turning to detailed information on teams and individuals with the aim to either fill more airtime and…

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Introduction Need to manage PCs and devices in your company? Microsoft has two new solutions. The latest version of Microsoft’s System Center management software adds support for new Microsoft products…

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The only way to survive in the confines of New York: compromise.

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Why are people on the F.B.I.’s terrorist watch list legally entitled to buy guns?

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Microsoft has announced new functionality for gesture controls and 3D object scanning coming to the Kinect for Windows SDK. At TechFest this week in Redmond, Washington, Microsoft revealed that its…

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Adobe has added a string of new capabilities to its Marketing Cloud service, and tightened its integration with the company’s Creative Cloud in an effort to occupy what it sees…

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If both devices are properly equipped, you should be able to connect your smartphone and your Windows 7 computer with Bluetooth link to share files.

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It seems as if Facebook is not only promoting paid links on news feeds, but also possibly suppressing the ones that aren’t paid for.

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Nets guard Joe Johnson returned to the lineup Friday against the Dallas Mavericks after a three-game absence due to a left heel injury.

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Senator John D. Rockefeller IV of West Virginia introduced a bill that would require the government to establish mechanisms for people to use their Internet browsers to tell advertising networks, …

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More astronomy apps for star gazers.

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There is a thriving business in artificially inflating a Facebook page’s audience. Here is one way scammers trick you into helping them, and what you can do to stop it.

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In its third-quarter earnings report, the bookseller said revenue in its Nook unit fell 26 percent.

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A crowd-funded 3-D printing project seeks to make a “some assembly required” gun part. Enthusiasts of gun-law loopholes, this might be your new favorite workaround. A project at…

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When we talk wireless speakers, we still generally mean speakers that connect to players by Bluetooth, but Wi-Fi, which is can carry a lot more information, can sound a …

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Google’s “+1? button is another way of expressing public admiration for a Web page.

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Server virtualisation is increasingly offering small businesses in particular a platform they can use to reduce costs and vastly improve the efficiency of their operations. Indeed, Forrester Research reckons that…

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Americans who have spurned cable, but who have a television set hooked up to the Internet, will now be counted by the Nielsen Company.

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Sony bullishly announced the PlayStation 4 in New York this week, before Microsoft had a chance to unveil the Xbox 720. But behind the company’s glitzy PS4 game demos and the DualShock…

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In a report about digital business, comScore published surprising tidbits about smartphone usage, the rivalry between Facebook and Google, and the most popular Web sites.

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You don’t have to sing out of tune when there are apps to help you train your voice.

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On “Capital Download, This Week with Susan Page,” Kentucky Senator Rand Paul talks about the role of the tea party, his view on immigration and his interest in a …

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CA Technologies has added a handful of new functions to its CA CloudMinder identity and access management (IAM) system, pushing its availability as a cloud service. The new capabilities include…

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Thom Hartmann rants about the origins of the modern day tea party and how it is nothing like the original. If you liked this clip of The Thom Hartmann Program, …

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Rarely do we see a speaker system that truly defies convention, and it’s rarer still when the result looks like the La Boite Concept LD 100 – a sleek, minimalist, elegant desk…

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Sequencing a complete human genome may soon cost less than an iPhone. Will BGI-Shenzhen decode yours? When he was 17 years old, Zhao Bowen dropped out of Beijing’s most prestigious…

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