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Archive for the ages

Archive for the ages

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | The National Archives is planning a super-powered storage system to preserve government documents indefinitely

Frozen out

Frozen out

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | An emerging privacy option called the security freeze gives people a tool to keep identity thieves away from their credit histories

Technology

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Spyware is catching up with spam as the internet's biggest annoyance

Technology

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Cell phones take flight

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Should Internet companies be able to spy on their subscribers?

Technology

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Intel's new 64-bit Xeon processor will be able to display smoother graphics and crunch more data while using less power

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Engine trouble Investigators want to know why Microsoft.com, Yahoo.com, Google.com and other major websites were hit by a purported cyber-attack last month.

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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National | Path tracker A revolution in web marketing is underway, one in which ads are targeted to people based on their surfing habits. Some call it a way to tailor…

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Wireless, but clueless? Cell phones are about as widespread as dissatisfaction with providers of cell service. Despite the proliferation of wireless…

Health

By Chris Stamper
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Medicine | Border run Federal regulators are showing hints that they will lighten up on gray-market medicine sales from Canada. This follows Health and Human Services…

Technology

Technology

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Unsafe and insecure Wireless networking may be booming, but many households that install the equipment are lax about security. Manufacturers and experts…

Technology

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