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Get a custom Motorola Moto X for $299.99

Today only, both Motorola and Republic Wireless are running a sale on the popular Android phone. But which version should you get?

By May 1, 2014

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Windows 8.1 Preview: What you need to know

You can either update an existing installation of Windows 8 or install Windows 8.1 from scratch via ISO files from Microsoft.

By June 28, 2013

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Twitter founder says influence is in retweets. NFL player shows why

Evan Williams said that the most interesting measure of Twitter influence is how often someone is re-tweeted. NFL guard TJ Lang's profanity-laced tweets last night illustrated the point.

By September 25, 2012

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The real prize for GM's EcoCar2 challenge? A job offer

GM is handing out job offers along with cash prizes to students participating in the EcoCar2 competition.

By May 24, 2012

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New study links video gaming to creativity

A study of 500 12-year-olds suggests that the more kids play video games--violent or not--the more creatively they draw pictures and write stories.

By November 2, 2011

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Software links police sketches to mug shots

Michigan researchers have developed a face-recognition system that matches witness descriptions to database photos.

By March 5, 2011

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Watch live March Madness games on your iPhone

The tournament doesn't kick off for another week or so, but in the meantime you can manage your bracket selections and follow NCAA news.

By March 8, 2010

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Another fish swims into the robot pool

Michigan State University researchers are developing robot fish to monitor the effect of harmful algae on freshwater ecosystems.

By November 4, 2009

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DukeMobile iPhone app puts historical images in your pocket

You don't have to be a Duke University student to enjoy this app's new collection of nearly 32,000 archival images, all of them presented in an iPhone-friendly format.

By June 16, 2009

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Michigan State to student: Political e-mail is spam

Student Kara Spencer never thought she'd be brought up on disciplinary charges for contacting professors to protest plans for a shorter fall semester. A ruling is expected soon.

By December 5, 2008