Internet users are more likely to join groups in the real world and be active in them than people who don't go online, according to a Pew Internet survey.
QR codes have infiltrated our daily lives quickly, shacking up in coffee shops, Web sites, and business cards all over the world. They're still works in progress, and there are all sorts of cool ways to use them.
You know it's important to maintain a secure network, but it's a pain to keep rattling off numbers and letters every time someone new wants to use your Wi-Fi. Life just got a little easier for us thanks to a free Android app called Wifi Joiner.
The Senate Judiciary Committee votes to hand the Justice Department the power to file civil lawsuits against peer-to-peer infringers. Some Republicans dissent.
AT&T having problems
House panel unanimously backs bill that would appoint new intellectual-property enforcers and allow the feds to seize equipment used to commit infringement.
Adds pre-configured output, fixes several bugs.
Universities are using Web 2.0-style tools to tap into a generation's lust for celebrity as they revamp learning and recruiting. Images: Web 2.0 enticements for coeds
Safari: Problems with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Web site
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