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Google seeks to scrub Web of child porn

Google says it will spend $5 million on an effort to wipe pictures of child sexual abuse from the Web and another $2 million to research more effective ways to find, report and eradicate the images.

Can Nintendo get its mojo back?

It hasn't been a blockbuster year for Nintendo, the video-gaming company that brought us "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros." and the Wii.

With ESPN out, is 3-D TV dead?

Three or four years ago, it was supposed to be the next big thing in consumer tech: the magic of 3-D, right in your living room.

At long last, Microsoft Office comes to the iPhone

Over the past few years, Microsoft has been inching closer to making Office available on any device. By launching its Office Mobile for iPhone app on Friday, Microsoft is just about there. Well, kind of.

Study finds that hands-free devices still create dangerous distractions for drivers

Hands-free does not mean distraction free, at least when it comes to using your cellphone while driving. A new study indicates new voice command technology for your car, pitched as a safer alternative, really isn't.

Cisco plans to double the speed of the Internet

Cisco plans to double the speed of the Internet By David Goldman NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- If Internet traffic is going to triple over the next five years, as Cisco predicts, we're gonna need a bigger boat.

Would a smartphone 'killswitch' deter thieves?

As violent crime tied to smartphone theft continues to rise nationwide, law enforcers are publicly calling on manufacturers to install "killswitch" technology that would render a stolen device useless.

Facebook, Microsoft disclose information on user data requests

Facebook and Microsoft disclosed that they received thousands of requests for user data from government agencies in the United States in the last half of 2012.

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell urges internet safety for kids this summer

Across Louisiana, schools are out for summer, and many children will suddenly have plenty of free time on hand.

Internet privacy? Forget it, we're all celebrities online now

The controversy over National Security Agency data mining has spawned columns featuring ominous references to Orwell and Kafka, reassurances from politicians and jokes (made on the Internet, of course) about the government peeking through the b

Ouya, gaming's $100 console, coming soon

After years spent lurking in the shadows, the indie gaming world is ready for its moment in the spotlight. When the Ouya "micro-console" hits shelves on June 25, it could make big waves in the industry.

The beautiful new Apple computer most people won't buy

The big hardware unveil at Monday's Apple press event was the new Mac Pro, a sleek cylindrical desktop computer and the most powerful machine Apple has ever built.

Will the new Xbox 'fix' TV?

Microsoft's new video game console, the Xbox One, made its long-awaited debut last month. The real story here isn't about video games, though.

Vine gets 'Rickrolled' by 16-year-old

Oh, Rickrolling. Even on Vine, Twitter's app that lets users shoot and share six-second videos, the Web is never gonna give you up.

Fitness tracking gadgets go to the dogs

What is your dog doing right now? Is he taking a nap? Furiously digging a hole in your garden? Watching "Ellen" and nibbling on a throw pillow?