By ZDNet Staff
| June 22, 2009 -- 01:05 GMT (18:05 PDT)
| Topic: After Hours
Digital Health and Wellness
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Gabb Wireless offers parents the world's dumbest smartphone
The aspiring "safe" wireless carrier for kids' phones has taken the nuclear option of removing virtually all apps as well as any app store.
YouTubers, book review: In search of authenticity
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Custodians of the Internet, book review: Content moderation under the microscope
10 best free video streaming services for cord cutters
It's possible to watch a lot of excellent movies and TV shows for free -- if you know how.
Connected cruising: Remote work options when you just can't stay away
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The Black Hole: It's time for Apple to ditch the MacOS trash can
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The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust, book review: Driving networks to consensus
Blockchain: what is it good for? Plenty, argues Kevin Werbach, but it may be decades before its transformative influence is fully realised.