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Does Facebook prolong heartbreak?

Scientists are now convinced that the ready availability of images from the past and the present makes getting over a break-up more difficult. It also affects our ability to forgive.

By Sep. 29, 2013

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A heartbreaking tale of Duracell knockoff iPod earbuds

eight AA batteries with iPod earbuds included for free! Could they be as good as the real thing?

By Dec. 16, 2008

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Sony Vaio TX3: Heartbreak healer

We've been dumped by the Sony Vaio TX2 -- but no matter, we're about to get jiggy with its younger, sexier sibling, the TX3

By Jul. 3, 2006

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Rap Genius co-founder resigns after massacre comments

Mahbod Moghadam has left the text annotation startup after making insensitive notes on the manifesto penned by the man who killed six people in Santa Barbara, Calif.

By May. 26, 2014

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2048: attack of the clones

Threes! is an excellent game that has been overshadowed by clones. The heartbreaking thing is how so few people seem to care.

By Apr. 10, 2014

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Short zombie film will break your heart

Made for and shortlisted as a finalist in this year's Tropfest, short zombie film Cargo is about a dad who will transcend death to save his daughter.

By Apr. 14, 2013

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Mike Daisey

Mike Daisey wanted to bring attention to working conditions at manufacturing plants in China. The only problem is that some of his stories simply weren't true, and that distracted from a very real global issue.

By Dec. 11, 2012

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Name your own price for a thriller e-book bundle

Just in time for Halloween (um, 2014), get six DRM-free books (or 10 if you pay at least $10) and support charity in the process. Win-win!

By Nov. 1, 2013

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Eich resignation as Mozilla CEO as messy as his appointment

Brendan Eich stepping down as CEO solves Mozilla's immediate publicity problem, but many are torn about consequences of losing him as a leader and free-speech implications.

By Apr. 3, 2014

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Mat Honan

Wired writer Mat Honan managed to do what countless security analysts' warnings couldn't: through his own personal story of being hacked, he got consumers to take proactive steps toward securing their online identities.

By Dec. 11, 2012