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Correction: Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., on CISPA

An earlier version of this story misidentified the state Sen. Jay Rockefeller represents. He represents West Virginia.

By April 25, 2013

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Sony VAIO VA TV-PC - First Take

Sony's all-in-one VAIO VA TV-PC series features a fantastic wide-screen display supported by surprisingly rich audio output, but we question some of the design choices.

By November 4, 2005

MSRP: $2,200.00

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McDonald's offers free use of iPads

An enterprising McDonald's in Virginia Beach, Va., decides that a suitable incentive for its customers is to offer them mounted iPads to peruse while they chew.

By October 9, 2012

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BenQ business monitor houses VA panel

At CES, BenQ introduces the BL series of business monitors in the 19-, 22-, and 24-inch varieties.

By January 6, 2011

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Alexandria, Va., is top city for online giving

Alexandria, its neighboring Arlington, Va., and Cambridge, Mass., were the three most generous U.S. cities for per capita online donations in 2009, says report from Convio.

By February 2, 2010

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CNET's top-rated IPS- and VA-based LCD monitors

IPS and VA monitors. Who doesn't love these?

By February 2, 2010

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WikiLeaks editor faces grand jury indictment?

Attorney for WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange says a grand jury in Alexandria, Va., is currently weighing criminal charges, probably under the Espionage Act.

By December 13, 2010

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10 years gone: The VA Linux Systems IPO

Open-source advocate John Mark Walker commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Nasdaq's "most successful" IPO to date, from the perspective of a company coder.

By December 10, 2009

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Medicare, veterans to get downloadable health info

The U.S. government plans to announce tomorrow that it is adding a "blue button" to VA and Medicare Web sites, allowing users to download their own health records.

By October 6, 2010

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Microsoft suspends 'Fort Gay' gamer

Presuming his location to be a pejorative slur, Microsoft suspends an Xbox Live gamer until the company discovers that Fort Gay, W. Va., is a very real place.

By September 8, 2010