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Some NC libraries to receive funding for collections, technology upgrades

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Over 120 libraries across the state will receive funding for collections and technology upgrades Full story...
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Mobile providers launching new products, faster network

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video New technology is all around us, and 2011 promises gadgets everyone will want to have. With those devices, many consumers may find they have a need for speed. Full story...
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Business convention thinking "green"

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It was a packed house for the first Emerging Green Business Conference today at Wrightsville Beach. WWAY is a proud sponsor of the conference. Full story...
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Android "Gathering" comes to Port City

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Have an Android smartphone and aren't sure how to get the most out of it? The Verizon Wireless Android Gathering was in town on Saturday to lend a hand. Full story...
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Federal stimulus brings internet, HD cable to southern Columbus

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The money will help ATMC provide the area with broadband internet as well as phone and high definition cable TV service. The area includes the communities of Nakina, Old Dock, Guideway, Pireway, Crusoe, Bug Hill, Antioch, Dothan and Sandy Plain. Full story...
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Website lets you rent a friend

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videoThe idea is simple: log on, search for friends in your area by zip code, and there you have it. You can see the profiles of people willing to be your friend. Rent-a-Friend isn't free, though. You have to pay a monthly membership, and then you have to pay your friend by the hour. Full story...
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iPhone 4 problems not a problem here?

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video The new version of the iPhone is getting a lot of flak from users across the country and even Consumer Reports. But it looks like that broad criticism of Apple's iPhone 4 is not spoiling the whole bunch in Wilmington. Full story...
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Local schools and students are going hi-tech

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videoWhen kids hit the books next week, their classrooms may look a little different. Schools across New Hanover County are going hi-tech. The elementary kids at Gregory School of Science, Math, and Technology are especially ahead of the game. Full story...
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Television on the go

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The transition to digital television has technology gurus thinking outside the box. Now, they have come up with an innovative way to allow consumers to get television on the go. Full story...
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No answering emails on Friday

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videoImagine winding down a work week without having to respond to emails. One company has banned sending them on Friday. And, it is a company that's in the business of communication. Full story...
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Optimal Technologies moving headquarters to NC, bringing 325 jobs

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Optimal Technologies US Inc. is moving it headquarters from Canada to Raleigh, bringing 325 jobs and investing $2.4 million during the next three years. Full story...
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Digital divide distances kids, parents

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videoAre most kids more internet savvy than their parents? A new Harris polls says the answer is yes. And some of those kids also do things online that would probably upset their mom and dad. Full story...
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Program aims to get more people online

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A new program designed to get people online who may not be able to afford the internet is one step closer to becoming a reality. Full story...
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Google announces mobile phone software

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Mobile phone customers pay soon be able to get new Google software on their phones. Full story...
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History of the iPod

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videoThe iPod is the most popular device for listening to music and it's changed over it's six-year lifespan. Full story...
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