Technology

Inauguration night, featuring B-list celebrities and one amazing video game.

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Baudrillard and Babes at the Consumer Electronics Show

The surreal magic of the annual gadget extravaganza in Las Vegas

At the annual gadget-industry trade show, Lydia DePillis finds blink-controlled TVs, angry tech bloggers, and a World’s Fair for an age when brands are more important than countries.

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How would you like to learn about an app's terms of service?

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Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt was always the "adult in the room." Now he's letting loose.

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Why is the Google chairman bothering with Kim Jong-un? Don't look for a profit motive.

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In the aftermath of the FTC's settlement with Google yesterday, too many reporters fell for the line that Google used some fancy combination of executive charm and lobbying prowess to beat the federal government at its own game. You'd easily believe, from reading what has become the conventional wisdom, that Google managed to avoid any sanctions by meeting with John Kerry or paying off think tanks.

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Last year, an unlikely coalition emerged to preserve Internet freedom. Where has it been since then?

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Professional photographers were horrified by Instagram's new plan to sell their photos, but quitting is easier said than done.

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Why are shows like "Homeland" so bad at depicting how technology actually works?

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What we can learn from Twitter and Facebook's year-in-review lists.

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