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NJ Residents Are Driving Less, New Report Says [AUDIO]

Despite all those traffic jams you're always in, a new study finds New Jersey residents - over the past seven years - are driving less than they used to.

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Facebook's Influence In Consumer Consumption Of News Growing
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That Picture You Just Shared on Facebook Could be a Scam

If you have a Facebook account, you've certainly seen pictures that urge you to comment to see something happen, click "Like" and a donation will be made to a cause, etc. There's only one problem - most of these aren't only false at best, but scams at worst.

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We Got One Step Closer to Space Tourism Yesterday [Video]

There wasn't a whole lot of news coverage yesterday, but make no mistake, a pretty significant milestone was reached in the Mojave Desert of California yesterday morning.

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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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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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Google Announces an Amazing New Technology

It never ceases to amaze me - just when you think "what will they come up with next?" a remarkable new technology that seemed impossible only a short while ago is introduced to the public. That is exactly what Google did today.

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Governor Chris Christie joins Lockheed Martin and helps announce the securing of a $100 million contract with the federal government to develop the next generation of Aegis radar defense technology in Moorestown, N.J. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie joins Lockheed Martin and helps announce the securing of a $100 million contract with the federal government to develop the next generation of Aegis radar defense technology in Moorestown, N.J. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Creating NJ’s High-Tech Jobs For The Future [AUDIO]

Lockheed Martin has secured a $100 million contract with the federal government to develop the next generation of Aegis radar defense technology, and the work will be done at the defense contractor's facility in Moorestown over the next five years.

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Is This An Actual iPhone 6 or a Hoax? [Video]

It seems like the second that Apple comes out with a new product, "experts" start to predict (and allegedly leak) what the next device to come out of Cupertino, CA will look like, do, and how it may or may not change technology.

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The Strange Habits Of The Constantly Connected Generation [AUDIO]

Cell phones are a bigger part of life than ever before, so much so that the need to stay connected is changing the way we act with our mobile device.

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Is Technology Making You Feel Unheard? [AUDIO]

Remember the old days when you would pick up the phone or mail a letter if you wanted to get in touch with someone?

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