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Nintendo 3DS features 3D widescreen and movement sensors

b>LOS ANGELES:/bThe Nintendo 3DS features two screens, one of which is a 3.5in 3D widescreen instead of the usual square display seen on previous models.

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A Fellow who loves his work

YOU immediately notice when chatting with Google Fellow Amit Singhal that he is a person who is passionate about what he does. His eyes beam with excitement and pride when he talked about Google and its search technologies.

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Tron: Legacy dazzles at Comic-Con

b>SAN DIEGO/b>: The follow-up film to 1982's i>Tron/iwowed the high-tech crowd at Comic-Con. The cast and creators of i>Tron: Legacy/idiscussed the new film and shared about eight minutes of 3D footage with some 6,000 fans at the annual pop-culture convention here.

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Smartphones tempting new targets for hackers

Software security experts warn that mobile phones are tempting targets for hackers in a world where people eagerly invite strange applications onto handsets packed with personal data.

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Are texting and Facebook worse for teens than TV?

b>NEW YORK/b>: Let's face it: Teenagers spend hours texting, socialising on Facebook and playing videogames. And it's driving their parents nuts.

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Beatles’ songs are finally available on iTunes

b>LOS ANGELES:/bNearly 50 years after the Beatles took television by storm, the Fab Four's songs are now available on iTunes, setting the stage for a possible new outbreak of Beatlemania - this one online.

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Getting between teens and their screens

Are texting and Facebook really worse for kids than TV?

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Smurfs’ Village gives parents the blues

b>NEW YORK/b>: The publisher of the popular i>The Smurfs' Village/igame for the iPhone and iPad has added a warning that virtual items such as 'Smurfberries' cost real money - as much as US$100 (RM320) with just two taps on the screen.

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The Experiment

What happens when a mum unplugs her teens for six months?

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To LOL, or not LOL? That is the question

b>CHICAGO:/bThere was a time when LOL - 'laughing out loud' - was so simple. If I thought something in a casual online conversation was funny, I typed it. If I wanted to let someone know I was kidding in an e-mail or an instant message, same.