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Why one approach to controlling gun violence may lead to more than its supporters intended.
Science & Technology
Tracking high schools students like cattle? A Texas school district thinks it's a good idea.
Sometimes we have to get rid of tech items that we’d just as soon keep, simply because they can no longer handle the tasks we need them to handle. Or can they?
Organizations continue to look to Facebook accounts as a means of identifying and tracking users -- and employers are asking for passwords.
E-voting -- voting using computers -- is too hazardous to our electoral system. We're better off using paper ballots.
Will Facebook become the National ID system that some politicians want?
Computers need to be backed up, and the backup has to work properly, or you'll eventually experience the pain of lost documents, photos, music, and the like.
Computers, the Internet, cell phones and other personal technology have radically and quickly changed how we live.
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