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'New York Times' goes social with TimesPeople

In the manner of Facebook and Digg, the social-news application lets people see which stories their friends are commenting on and recommending.

By June 18, 2008

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NYT's TimesPeople feature enters public beta

Similar to Facebook's news feed, TimesPeople lets you recommend stories, share them with your friends, and see what your friends are doing too.

By September 23, 2008

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Tech luminaries dominate Time's 100 Most Influential People

Each year, the publication releases its list of the most influential people in the world, and once again, technology bigwigs are among the pack leaders.

By April 18, 2013

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People spend more time on Tumblr than on Twitter or Facebook, CEO brags

The blogging platform averages 14 minutes per visit, a stat that Tumblr CEO David Karp believes bests his competitors.

By April 17, 2013

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More people using TV and tablets at same time

A new global survey from Nielsen finds more people busying themselves with their tablets and smartphones while sitting in front of the TV.

By April 5, 2012

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Low Latency No. 3: Times change, people change

Hard times have fallen on both Mario and Sonic as they try to make sense of what's popular in today's video game environment.

By December 29, 2011

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Nook Newsstand adds Time, People, Fortune

This story was updated to clarify which magazines are currently available and which are coming by year's end.

By August 23, 2011

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Nook Newsstand adds Time, People, Fortune

Barnes & Noble expands its Nook Newstand by adding Time, Fortune, People, and a variety of other interactive magazines specifically designed for its 7-inch color e-reader.

By August 23, 2011

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IBM: Office buildings waste energy, people's time

Survey shows that buildings rate poorly on green features such as energy and water use, while years are wasted waiting for elevators.

By April 29, 2010

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Are people changing geologic time?

Global warming and a host of changes caused by human industry have ushered in a new geologic epoch, geologists say.

By January 25, 2008