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Self-publishing made easy online January 9, 2007 Blurb.com offers do-it-yourself bookmaking and on-demand printing for aspiring authors who don't want to go into debt.
Photos: Blurb books
Making art from tourists' digital photos March 23, 2007 A software engineer-turned-artist scoured the Net for snapshots, mashed them together, and created images that might make Monet proud.Images: Modern-day Monet?
In Japan, robots are people, too October 5, 2006 "Loving the Machine" author Timothy Hornyak looks at why the Japanese see a friendly face in the dawning era of robots. Photos: The friendly faces of Japanese robots
Are Google's moves creeping you out? June 12, 2007 Search giant helps people view things from the street as well as the sky. Some privacy advocates worry that it's going too far.Photos: Google street views hit home
Windows Live hits the toddler stage November 6, 2007 In an interview, Windows Live exec Chris Jones talks about what the 2-year-old is up to and comments on another youngster--Apple's iPhone.
Sony announces video chat add-on for PS3 April 26, 2007 Called the PlayStation Eye, this camera-microphone peripheral is designed to enhance the communication experience in gaming.Photo: The PlayStation Eye
Apple debuts new U2 iPod June 6, 2006 The video edition holds 30GB, is black with a red click wheel, and comes with the band's signatures engraved on the back. Photos: iPod rocks on with U2
Round and round the Earth we go April 16, 2007 It wasn't so long ago, really, that the first man flew into space. Now Earth's orbit plays host to tourists and joggers.
Mozilla gets social bug with The Coop April 4, 2007 Project is designed to create an add-on with which friends' avatars can share links and photos from Web services.Image: The Coop comes calling
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