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Real-Life Extreme Couponing: How to Save Big Online

A new show on the TLC network debuted last week, showing America that it's possible for shoppers to get $600 worth of groceries for less than $10 at checkout. Full story

Older planes safe, but maybe less convenient

Experts say flyers shouldn't worry about the safety of older planes – but they may want to think about the convenience of flying in an aging aircraft. Full story

Winner of Google's ultra-fast network is...

After seeing Facebook pleas and flash mobs, and even cities temporarily renaming themselves "Google," the search engine giant said Wednesday it has chosen Kansas City, Kan., as the first place to get its new ultra-fast broadband network. Full story

Sudan's cyber-defenders take on Facebook protesters

Medical student Ahmed Widaa was content to support Sudan's ruling party from the sidelines for years, until the uprisings in Tunisia and neighboring Egypt made him worry that Sudan could be next. Full story

Geek Parents Wrestle with How to Raise Digital Native Children

AUSTIN – The nerds, geeks and hipsters who helped build modern technology have done more than grow up over the last 20 years — they've started multiplying. Now, faced with the prospect of raising children in a world even more wired than theirs, a new breed of parents are redefining child rearing for Full story

Spammers Grab Web Space From Egypt's First Lady

The Egyptian government cut off the country’s Internet access last week, but not before online spammers hijacked thousands of Internet addresses assigned to President Hosni Mubarak’s wife. Full story

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Factbox: Contractor jailed in Cuba faces trial

Internet access resumes in Cairo, Alexandria: users

NYT: Stage set for clash of ideals on government

Mandatory resort fees frustrate hotel guests

Help Buy a Satellite to Help the Poor Get Online

Travelers want Wi-Fi, but spotty service prevails

Porn Surge Found in States that Helped Elect President

Troubleshooter: Where's that promised Wi-Fi?

Lack of computer skills foils many job-seekers


  Gibbs: 'Grievances have festered' in Egypt

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs say that legitimate grievances have festered for long enough and should be addressed by the Egyptian government, and that access to the Internet access and social media should be reinstated

  Comedian cleanses himself of technology addiction

To get away from technology, comedian Mark Malkoff took up residence in his bathroom for five days without phone or Internet access. Malkoff explains whether his experiment worked.

  More use libraries as way to save money

June 14: Amid tough economic times, many are flocking to their local libraries, taking advantage of free services from Internet access to movie rental. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.

  Airlines offer choices, for a price

May 22: Don't like to wait in security lines? Want a window seat? How about Internet access? CNBC's Phil Lebeau says U.S. airlines are experimenting to see which options customers might be willing to pay additional fees to get.

  AirTran introduces wireless Internet

May 12: AirTran Airways will become the first large U.S. airline to offer wireless Internet access on every flight. NBC’s Tom Costello reports from the air via Skype.

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Some Cadillac and Chrysler dealers are selling Wi-Fi routers as an add-on for vehicles. The cost is $499 for the router, plus a monthly service fee for Internet access.

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