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A sweeping study on the sex industry in America shows that many prostitutes are leaving the streets behind to ply their trade on the Internet.
#PuppyHour and Reality TV Recruitment
Some SXSW posters are easy to read. Some are clearly aimed exclusively at engineers. All are kind of ridiculous, but entertaining.
Nursery Gadgets Bringing Up Baby in High-Tech World
Parents spend astounding amounts of money on gadgets that claim to ease life with baby.
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Candy Crush Game Maker Sees $7.6 Billion IPO
The maker of the phone game "Candy Crush Saga" expects its IPO this month to value the company at $7.6 billion.
Happy 25th Birthday, World Wide Web!
As we celebrate the Web’s anniversary, a poll says the Internet would be the most difficult technology for people to live without. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
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Does the World Wide Web Need a Bill of Rights?
It's the Web's 25th birthday! Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who first proposed it, thinks it's about time we protect it.
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Doctor Says iPads May Be OK For Babies
A doctor who helped write guidelines discouraging media use by babies and toddlers has had second thoughts about the iPad.
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For #Syria and Beyond, Charities Pin Hopes on Hashtags
Nearly every non-profit utilizes social media these days. But do hashtags and Facebook posts actually drive donations?
Tiny Chip Bends Laser Beams to Make Mini Projector
Researchers have created a tiny chip that projects images without a lens — in fact, without any moving parts at all.
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