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Greenpeace Slams Microsoft, Nintendo

Posted: 11/27/2007 - Greenpeace gave Microsoft and Nintendo abysmal rankings on Nov. 27 on their efforts to phase out toxic chemicals from their game consoles.

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Wii is Most-Wanted Widget in Wintertime

Posted: 11/20/2007 - Each holiday season, a couple hard-to-find toys send parents hunting from store to store. And, each season, they're soon forgotten: Has your Elmo gotten any tickles lately?

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Online Protection For Children

Updated: 11/19/2007 - Did you know that one in every five children who go online has been solicited for sex? With the ever-widening world of the Internet, it's getting harder to know how you can protect your kids when you're not around.

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Google Dials Into the Cell Phone Market

Posted: 11/07/2007 - Confirming its long-rumored foray into the mobile market, Google said Nov. 5 it is developing a free cell phone software package so the Internet search leader can more easily peddle ads and services to people who aren't in front of a PC.

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MySpace, HarperCollins Collaborate on Book

Posted: 10/24/2007 - MySpace is getting into the book business. The online social network is collaborating with a children's imprint of HarperCollins on an environmental handbook coming out April 22, Earth Day.

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Web Sites Offer DNA Testing

Posted: 10/23/2007 - Two services launching just a week apart tap a growing interest in DNA testing to help people find their ancestors and learn more about their lives.

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Change is Coming for TV Viewers

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The Federal Communications Commission is mandating that all on-air broadcasts move into the digital age after February 17, 2009--meaning higher picture quality and more channels. We talked to some TV viewers to see if they knew about the upcoming change.

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New Scanner May Replace Metal Detectors

Posted: 10/11/2007 - The federal government will begin testing a body-scanning machine that could eventually be used instead of the metal detectors passengers walk through at airports.

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New Technology Can Help Police End High-Speed Chases

Posted: 10/09/2007 - General Motors is updating it's ONSTAR global tracking system so that if a car is reported stolen operators can actually take control away from the driver, forcing the car to slow down, then stop.

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EBay Launches "Neighborhoods" Feature

Posted: 10/09/2007 - The "Neighborhoods" feature encourages users to post photos, product reviews, tips and responses — creating a far more visual and interactive experience than eBay's text-based discussion forums.

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Rotten Neighbors? Call Them Out

Updated: 10/02/2007 - As the village president of Pingree Grove, Ill., a small town about an hour northwest of Chicago, Clint Carey has come to expect anonymous Internet criticism of the way he does his job.

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Security Firm Spots Hole in AOL'S IM

Updated: 09/26/2007 - A security hole in widely used versions of AOL's instant-messaging program could let a crook grab control of a victim's computer, according to a security firm that says AOL's steps to repair the problem don't go far enough.

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Cell Phones and Hearing

Posted: 09/25/2007 - You know the cell phone commercial with the slogan, "Can you hear me now?". Well that problem may go far beyond a bad connection. A new study suggests the more you talk on your cell phone, the less you may actually be able to hear.

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