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Gentex Corp.'s rearview mirror camera display enables drivers to see objects and people behind the vehicle using a tiny camera mounted to the back of the car. Courtesy of Gentex Corp. hide caption

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High-Tech Rearview Mirror Can Curb Blind Spots

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Astronaut Steve Bowen works outside the International Space Station's Quest airlock during Monday's spacewalk. Bowen's spacewalk was unexpectedly extended by a computer malfunction. NASA TV hide caption

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Examining Tablet Computer Craze

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Have We Grown Too Fond Of Technology?

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Cell Phone Radiation Affects Brain, Study Says

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Variations On Chocolate Cake: Google's new Recipe View is designed to help cooks sift through recipes on the web. Here, the results for a search for Molten Chocolate Cake. NPR hide caption

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Critics Condemn Violent Video Game Set In Juarez

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Researchers found that as groups of black-tailed prairie dogs and other rodents became larger, it also became easier to identify individuals. Kimberly Pollard/UCLA hide caption

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Web Wiretaps Raise Security, Privacy Concerns

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U.K. Papers' Paywalls A Test Of Relevance

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Mobile Payments Challenge Credit Cards

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The Revolution Will Be Tweeted

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Jeopardy contestants Ken Jennings (left), Brad Rutter and a computer named Watson. Carol Kaelson/AP hide caption

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The Dark Side of Watson

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