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Should the police be able to track your every move? Supreme Court grapples with GPS surveillance case

The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a GPS tracking case that could have profound implications for how the government uses technology to track Americans’ movements.

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iPad worker suicides, revisited

One year after a rash of highly publicized worker suicides, labor conditions at the Chinese factories that manufacture iPhones and iPads have improved slightly – but not enough.

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  Gary Shteyngart on dachshunds, Lenin and reading Twain in Russia

Best-selling author and satirist Gary Shteyngart’s new book is about a future society where technology rules all. So how often does he update his own Facebook page?

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The iPhone 4

It’s shiny, new, and emblazoned with the Apple logo. But is the iPhone 4 better than ever? The reviews are positive, but user reception is mixed. Pun intended. Design With a flat design and a wraparound stainless steel antenna along the outside edge of the phone, the look has been updated. The phone also boasts [...]

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  Next Week’s News with Andy Borowitz

Andy Borowitz reviews the “containment dome,” and many other gizmos, in this special tech edition of “Next Week’s News.”

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  Forbidden fruit

Three things you need to know about the iPhone affair.

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