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Technology is not racist, but it still needs to change
Technology is not racist, but it still needs to change
William has wide, expressive eyes and a kind face. He's 56 years old but his smooth skin and soft afro make him look 10 years younger. He lives in...
Smartphone captures camera's decline
Smartphone captures camera's decline
Not long ago, life's precious moments were captured by someone who had the foresight to carry a camera. Now, everyone can reach for their cellphone. And smartphones, having dented demand for landlines, PCs and satnav, are now replacing the compact camera as the most popular device for...
Royal wedding 2.0: Palace gears up for big day
Royal wedding 2.0: Palace gears up for big day
The marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be streamed live via YouTube, with royal household staff tweeting updates and posting...
A Flickr of interest
A Flickr of interest
Facebook has more pictures than Flickr, writes John Naughton, but does anyone really want to look at them?
London developer sells Twitter account to CNN
London developer sells Twitter account to CNN
After setting up Twitter's most popular account to monitor breaking news, a London web developer has now sold ownership back to CNN.
Digg founder says meltdown prime time for start ups
Digg founder says meltdown prime time for start ups
Digg founder Kevin Rose on Friday shined light on a stormy economic landscape, saying the climate is right for launching internet start ups.
How the digital revolution could save the Olympics
How the digital revolution could save the Olympics
For the Olympic movement, the digital revolution is armed with a double-edged sword -- it has lured the younger generation away from sport but...
Flickr founder's exit marks end of a web era
Flickr founder's exit marks end of a web era
It was a final flourish befitting one of Silicon Valley's more eccentric characters. Stewart Butterfield, who with his wife Caterina Fake created...
Yahoo!'s Flickr website expands into video
Yahoo!'s Flickr website expands into video
Yahoo! will begin showing homemade videos on its online photo-sharing site, Flickr, in a long-anticipated move that may be too late to lure most people away from the internet's dominant video channel,...

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