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More People Turning Out Traditional Television [AUDIO]

The so-called, "zero TV" crowd is growing in size.

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The "unsmart watch"
Flickr-France 1978
The "unsmart watch" Flickr-France 1978
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The “Smart Watch” Is On The Way

Sony and Pebble already have smart watches on the market.  Reports have it that several major tech brands will enter the smart watch arena.

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Tony Avelar/Bloomberg/Getty Images
Tony Avelar/Bloomberg/Getty Images
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GMail, Other Google Services Disrupted

Google's mail and application services are unavailable to some users.

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Texting
Flickr user: Nika
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Monmouth County Launches Text a Tip System [AUDIO]

Today's teenagers text more than ever before and Monmouth County is rolling out the TXT UR Tips 2 Police program to create a way for crimes and suspicious activity to be reported quietly and anonymously in either English or Spanish.

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Hacker (Flickr Photo via Mr. cacahuate)
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Anti-Big Brother Act Now Law in NJ

The idea is to protect student privacy by increasing awareness of technology that can record and monitor their activities.  Now, legislation known as the Anti-Big Brother Act has been signed into law.

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VHS tapes
Flickr user: wachovia_138
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YouTube is Letting Us Watch Videos in VHS Mode Today

Today is the 57th birthday of the VHS tape, something that many under the age of 20 are clueless about. Sure, the technology is outdated, but YouTube added an Easter Egg to their site today to make you nostalgic about what it was like to watch a video in pre-HD.

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computer keyboard
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All NJ School Districts Soon Face Online Test Requirement [AUDIO]

All New Jersey public school students, in grades three through 11, will soon be taking their annual math and language arts common core tests online.

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mouse brain
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Scientists Make Mouse Brains Transparent, Revealing Anatomy

Stanford University scientists have found a way to make see-through mouse brains.

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New Parking Meters in NJ would allow you to use your cell phone
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Would New Parking Meters Take the Stress Out of Parking in NJ? [POLL]

According to a report, Red Bank will be instituting brand new parking meters with a new twist to keep you from running out of time and getting a ticket.

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Samsung Debuts Its New Flagship Smartphone, The Galaxy S IV
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The First Cell Phone Was Used 40 Years Ago Today – How Have Cell Phones Changed Your Life?

Cell phones have evolved over the years from emergency lifelines to multipurpose mini-computers. Once thought to be a luxury, your mobile device is now a necessity.

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