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In spite of all the press, only 22 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds questioned in a survey say they use the microblogging service.
In Cambridge professor's report, she lays out the effect DRM restrictions have--namely, that people are driven to download illegally.
The Study Ball is a prison-style ball and chain with a built-in timer that you program to keep track of study time. Call it xtreme studying.
Future Google applications might have Netbooks in mind following the results of a usability study to be conducted next week in the Bay Area.
Researchers find that using crop land to make electricity to power a plug-in electric vehicle is more efficient and less polluting than running a comparable car with ethanol.
Survey finds that more women report identity fraud, but they also do more to protect themselves afterward.
Recycling efforts will increase and eventually catch up to the rate at which we're producing electronic junk.
Electric cars in Germany could pollute more than gasoline cars, and the grid there could collapse if everyone charges at the same time, a report concludes.
A study by the Consumer Electronics Association finds that about half of prospective TV buyers say they are likely to purchase an Internet-connected TV.
Music pirates may turn out to be the industry's best customers, as a Norwegian study shows. Should we simply acknowledge that piracy may precede purchase?