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Thanksgiving travel woes? There's an app for that
Traveling by plane, train or automobile can be a headache. Mixing in Thanksgiving can make it a throbbing migraine. Technology provides some pain relief in the form of apps to let you know which roads are clogged, what gate your flight leaves from and whether trains are running on time....

Gift Guide: Lots of tablet choices, oh my!
NEW YORK (AP) -- Time for a tablet?...

HP earnings show continued struggle
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Hewlett-Packard Co.'s latest earnings report shows that despite three years of efforts to turn its business around, the venerable tech giant still has a lot more work ahead....

Sizing up what Apple's $700B market cap could buy
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Apple's market value surpassed $700 billion in Tuesday trading, an unprecedented milestone among U.S. companies....

Google's latest: A spoon that steadies tremors
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) -- Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon....

Twitter lets merchants offer deals to its users
NEW YORK (AP) -- Twitter is expanding its reach into commerce with a new tool called "Offers."...

Automakers aim to drive away car computer hackers
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Against the team of hackers, the poor car stood no chance....

Do you need to break the bank to get a good phone?
NEW YORK (AP) -- It might seem as though everyone has an iPhone or Galaxy smartphone. But many customers are eschewing the best cameras and screens - and their top-end price tags - and choosing models that can get the job done at less than a third of the cost....

Review: 3 cheap smartphones to consider
NEW YORK (AP) -- The cheapest smartphones don't have all the gizmos of Apple or Samsung models, but I'm impressed by how many features you do get for roughly a third of the price....

How much do you know about how the Internet works?
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Most people can recognize Microsoft founder Bill Gates and know that hashtags belong in tweets, but are confused about whether having a privacy policy means that a company actually keeps consumer information confidential, according to a new Pew Research study released Tuesday....

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HP earnings show continued struggle

Twitter lets merchants offer deals to its users

Sizing up what Apple's $700B market cap could buy

Sony to offer partial refunds for gaming console

How much do you know about how the Internet works?

Thanksgiving travel woes? There's an app for that

Google's latest: A spoon that steadies tremors

Gift Guide: Lots of tablet choices, oh my!

Unidentified country likely behind spying software

Redbox raising DVD rental rates by 25 percent

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