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Privacy dominates tech execs' discussion at Davos

At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, tech CEOs say full privacy online is impossible.

By Jan. 22, 2014

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Scosche PowerFuze: The Hannah Montana<br /> of USB power adapters

Scosche Industries announces the availability of the PowerFuze home and car USB charging system. The PowerFuze is both "Made for iPod" and "Works with iPhone" certified and lets people carry just one charger for all their USB based devices.

By Oct. 29, 2009

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New S-Series Walkman or Hannah Montana cast-off?

Possible update to the S-Series Walkman is spotted in the wild.

By Jul. 22, 2009

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A memo to Disney, re: Hannah Montana nonsense

An aggravated mom questions Disney's motives for saying Hannah Montana's 3D concert film will be a one-week theater release, and then changing its tune.

By Feb. 6, 2008

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Add online ticket sellers to Hannah Montana's fan group

Screaming little tweens aren't the only ones buzzing about Disney's Hannah Montana's 3D concert film, which is fueling online ticket sales.

By Jan. 31, 2008

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Sound-reactive LED necklace is funky fashion

A maker builds an eye-catching necklace that flashes to the beat of any music it hears.

By Aug. 19, 2013

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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg gets her own movie deal

The deal with Sony Pictures means the social network's leading lady will be leaning into more fame.

By Jan. 24, 2014

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Cameron says boycott sites that don't tackle online bullying

David Cameron has called for a boycott on websites that don't tackle bullying, following the death of 14-year-old Hannah Smith.

By Aug. 8, 2013

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Roll the dice: Gaming goes face-to-face on TableTop Day

Challenge friends to a round of your favorite board game or RPG for International TableTop Day. Wil Wheaton, Geek & Sundry founder Felicia Day, and other celebs explain why tabletop gaming is so fun.

By Apr. 4, 2014

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The Onion deletes offensive tweet about child Oscar nominee

And on the morning after, The Onion's CEO takes to the publication's Facebook page to apologize for "a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire."

By Feb. 24, 2013