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It's no accident that people engage with games and software in a way to makes them feel like part of the group. Complex psychology is behind the development of communities.
Security researchers are devising a way to monitor people's online moods in real time, bringing privacy concerns with social networks to a whole new level.
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As the Galaxy S5 becomes official, Adventures in Tech explores how Samsung built its vast, Galactic empire.
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