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SXSW: How Do You Deal with the Data of the Dead?
March 17, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Online, the dead do tell tales. But getting at the data is the hard part.
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The Spotty State of 4G
March 14, 2011, Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Providers are touting 4G, but the latest AT&T debacle with its Atrix illustrates that 4G claims may still be ahead of reality.
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Patent Reform Would Spark Small Business Innovation
March 10, 2011, Jeanette Mulvey, BusinessNewsDaily Managing Editor
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Gadgets Phone Home for Daylight Saving Time Update
March 09, 2011, Janelle Weaver, InnovationNewsDaily Contributing Writer
Whether connected to the Internet or not, gadgets know when it’s time to leap ahead, and when it’s time to fall back.
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The Big Impact of Tiny LEDs: An Innovator's Journey
March 08, 2011, Heather Whipps, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
From TVs to light bulbs, Nick Holonyak’s LED changed how humans produce light.
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Choosing a Printer that’s Right for You
March 04, 2011, Joel Durham Jr., TechNewsDaily Contributor
How to find the best printer to meet your needs.
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Apple Sweetens the Pie for Small Business
March 02, 2011, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Senior Writer
New tech support could boost Apple's appeal for small businesses.
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Percy Spencer: The Man Who Changed Cooking
February 22, 2011, Heather Whipps, Contributor
Despite humble beginnings, Percy Spencer would invent one of the country’s most ubiquitous appliances: the microwave oven.
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New Map Shows Who’s Wired and Who’s Not
February 18, 2011, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Senior Writer
Which side of the digital divide are you on?
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Frustrated Computer Users Curse at Devices, Pick Up Baseball Bats
February 07, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
People deal with computer frustrations in different ways.
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Mercury Thermometer Calibration to End, Government Agency Says
February 03, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
Concerns about the toxic element found in old thermometers prompts move toward mercury phaseout.
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The Internet Runs Out of Device Addresses
February 03, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The last available number combinations for IP addresses have been assigned and no more are left.
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How Do You Shut Down the Internet in a Whole Country?
January 28, 2011, Natalie Wolchover, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
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The Best Printers at Tax Time
January 24, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Ink is the most expensive part of the printer purchase.
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Two-Thirds of Web Users Buying Digital Paid Content
December 29, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
More Internet users are paying to download or access some kind of online content, ranging from movies to games to news articles
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High-Tech Christmas Light Displays Let it Show, Let it Show, Let it Show
December 23, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Thanks to a YouTube video that went viral, more people are trying to create innovative Christmas light shows on their front lawns.
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Google Chrome Plug-Ins You Should Download Now
December 22, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
There are many Google Chrome extensions that can significantly enhance the browser without overtaking the interface.
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Campaign Urges People to Ditch Web Smileys for December
December 13, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
An effort to stop the use of excess smiley faces and other Web emoticons during the month of December is currently making the rounds online.
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Service Lets Kids Upload Letters to Santa
December 07, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Santa gets tech-savvy this year.
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Random Hacks of Kindness: Techies Meet to Do Good
December 07, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Multi-city hackathons tackle problems related to disaster relief.
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Satellite Internet Leaps Forward with New Spacecraft in 2012
November 23, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Faster rates promised from next-generation satellite, making broadband available to more people.
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Google's Online Services Bring Power to the People on Election Day
November 02, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
New mini-search feature lets citizens know where to vote along with other election-related info.
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Seven Modern-Day Technologies Sparking Controversy
October 25, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Here are seven pervasive technologies that are currently stirring up controversy.
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Youth Gives Out Online Passwords More Freely
October 11, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechDailyNews Senior Writer
Younger Internet users are more reckless with giving out their online passwords compared to older Web surfers,
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People Prefer Colonoscopies Over Computer Upkeep
September 22, 2010, Samantha Murphy, Senior Staff Writer
More Americans would rather do unpleasant chores -- from getting a colonoscopy to changing a baby’s diaper -- than perform tasks that keep their computers safe from crashes.
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