Learn how green computer technology, electronics recycling and green IT are saving the planet one byte at a time.
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Protests fueled by social media, the death of Steve Jobs and tech firms going public all dominated the headlines this year.
No more papers, no more books, just education with a whole new look.
Open-source, privacy-protecting social network raised $200,000 on Kickstarter.
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Program analyzes document handwriting, physical properties of the page, and even spacing between the lines of writing.
Visionary leaders like the late Apple CEO combine intelligence with creativity, charisma and self-promotion.
Astronauts have carried iPhones and iPods into space.
Video: Steve Wozniak, who started Apple along with Steve Jobs from a Silicon Valley garage in the 1970s, talks to Ann Curry about Jobs’ life, legacy and vision.
Take the necessary steps to reduce the risk of someone accessing your data after you've gotten rid of your computer.
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The how's and why's behind the growing practice of computer recycling.
With Steve Jobs' resignation, Apple looks to its deep bench of tech and marketing gurus to fill the gap.
Video: Researchers are developing a robot language so 'bots' can cooperate with each other.
Learn about the newest social networking site and see how it's different from Facebook.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.