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NEW YORK (AP) — If you think texting while walking is dangerous, just wait until everyone starts wearing Google's futuristic, Internet-connected glasses.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Driving is becoming so last century.
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal appeals court revived a 5-year-old copyright case against YouTube on Thursday, finding that a jury might conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the distribution of videos of popular television shows and other programs.
CHICAGO (AP) — It turns out all Encyclopaedia Britannica had to do to breathe new life into the sale of its print edition was to kill it.
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BEIJING (AP) — China was struggling Thursday to restore several government websites that international hacking group Anonymous says it attacked in an apparent protest against Chinese Internet restrictions.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans venturing online may have to think twice before leaving a comment on a website.
NEW YORK (AP) — A group of small, regional cellphone companies announced Wednesday that they're going to start selling the iPhone, at prices that undercut the big carriers.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Google plans to double its server capacity in Oklahoma and add 50 new jobs when it builds a new facility in the state, company officials announced Wednesday.