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For the last four years, the content-distribution service Akamai has been publishing its State of the Internet report, which reads like a list of the haves and have-nots in the Internet world.
By Andrew Housser
When it comes to a topic as important as your finances, it's smart to ask plenty of questions so you can make well-informed decisions. Here, we have answers to 10 of the most frequently asked money and debt questions.
By David Grant
In a rare bipartisan vote, the Senate on Wednesday passed a postal reform bill to head off a potential shutdown at the struggling US Postal Service, which now owes $13 billion to the Treasury and is expected to run out of cash as early as this summer.
The Senate bill aims to ease post
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Battery life is arguably becoming a laptop's most important metric. Processor speed is confusing -- different architectures have different performance at different clock speeds. Discrete graphics is even worse. But the battery? More is better! Everyone knows that.
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Scheduled to be unveiled at the De Facto Standard art exhibit in Melbourne, Australia, the latest cologne from the aptly-named Air Aroma is modeled after the smell that comes wafting out of the box once you've popped open a brand new MacBook Pro.
By Rachel Brown
There can't be many Internet users who haven't heard of Facebook -- the social network site, brainchild of U.S. college student Mark Zuckerberg. But worryingly, it's not just our friends who are keeping up with what we're doing online.
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In the closing hours of the 2012 Coachella music festival last Sunday, rappers Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre did the impossible: they brought fellow hip-hop legend Tupac back to life… as a hologram.
(WORLDNOW) -- Universal held the premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at New York's Ziegfeld Theatre at part of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. In attendance were stars Emily Blunt, Jason Segel, Alison Brie, Zoe Niemkiewicz and director Nicholas Stoller.
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Gaming isn't the violence-inducing waste of time it's sometimes made out to be. Here are some important life lessons I learned from my childhood screen time.
I have a long history with educational games.