To the nearest significant figure
If Twitter is the new résumé, will any of us ever have a job? Or will we just stop wanting to tweet?
What do you mean the reception bars "were never real in the first place?"
The search giant acquires ITA, a travel data firm, for $700 million
If you bought slightly flawed new phone, do you deserve a cash payday?
"You could not get your ankles wet" in Colbert's depth of knowledge
To keep its business in the country alive, the search giant revamps google.cn
1.7 million units sold despite complaints that holding the phone reduces signal strength
But commercial and TV broadcast may have to sacrifice
Rumors swirl about "Google Me," a possible social-networking site
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In the ongoing battle between copyright control and "fair use," the pendulum swings towards the latter
Unlike previous upgrades, praise for this release is nearly unequivocal
Proposed legislation includes a system-wide control-alt-delete
The pros and cons of opening airspace to unmanned aircraft
6,700 stores will offer free Web access and hyper-local content
114,000 e-mail addresses--including that of Rahm Emanuel--were compromised
"Now he's a lot wiser and a better business executive"
We can't resist the inevitable joke: you're bored already, right?
Pete Cashmore says Facebook photos may be no bar to become president
If only Facebook's image hadn't taken such a beating
"I know really, really, really smart people that work typically at depths much greater" than the well
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