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Wooing interns to Silicon Valley July 3, 2007 Students working at companies like Google enjoy lots of perks and hands-on training. But a stint at Microsoft gets you a date with Bill Gates.
Who governs virtual worlds? December 2, 2006 Experts gather to discuss the practicalities and problems of trying to govern behavior in spaces like World of Warcraft.
Porn, Google and the courts March 3, 2006 Zada is no Hugh Hefner, but you may be hearing more about him as his Perfect 10 business jousts with Google.
Net generation comes of age July 9, 2007 Professor Larry D. Rosen takes a look at how MySpace and more have shaped the psyche of a new wave of young people.
Experts envision taillights that talk October 5, 2004 Forget Bluetooth. A group of Japanese companies believes it has found a better answer for short-range networking. Photo gallery: Gadgets galore at Japan show
Blu-ray vs. HD DVD: Knocking each other out? November 22, 2006 perspective High-definition TVs should be hot sellers this holiday season, but consumers may have a tough time sorting out the next-gen video discs and the players that go with them.
Figs were likely humans' first crop June 5, 2006 You may not eat figs on a daily basis today, but 11,000 years ago it was the hot new food--and may have been a first step toward modern agriculture.
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