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...children are characteristically more high-tech. Nearly one-quarter of households with teen-agers have a personal computer, Internet access and a cell phone, not to mention three television sets and two VCRs, according to Statistical Research...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/09/10/bus_295416.shtml
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Know how much computer your child needs

...Database software - Docking station (for computer) - Educational software - Finance software - Hard drive (computer) - Internet software - Keyboard - Memory - Microphone - Modems - Monitors - Motherboard - Mouse - Operational software - Personal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/07/29/met_542477.shtml
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Internet databases, DNA testing make modern genealogy an extreme pursuit

...churchyards looking at headstones. Now it can mean nothing more than strolling into his home office and booting up his computer. Internet genealogy can be extremely productive, agreed Dick Eastman, who writes an online genealogy newsletter. But it...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/03/05/liv_118985.shtml
Life & style
Techbits: Tiny drives, getting Sirius, e-7-Eleven, cell TV

...transaction. 7-Eleven hopes the machines appeal to customers who can't shop online at home because they lack a computer, Internet service or don't want to use credit cards for an online purchase. The Vcoms accept credit cards but also take...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/12/22/liv_394110.shtml
Life & style
What digital divide?

...only 18 percent more white households than black ones will be online. Other ethnic groups will also catch up. Computer/Internet access is not a civil right, nor should it be an entitlement. Americans who want to get online can do so without...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/25/edi_292897.shtml
Editorials
White House has first cybercast

...forged the American Revolution. It was billed as history's first cybercast from the White House to users of the computer Internet worldwide. Bailyn and Clinton took several questions sent to them by Internet users from around the country, including...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/12/tec_222358.shtml
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New Ellenton is a computer hub for state

...business assistance and a small-business incubator. The small-business incubator will feature work stations with a computer, Internet access, a printer and a phone. "If (people) have a need to start a small business, they can use that space...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/01/21/aik_113164.shtml
Small businesses downsize real estate, save money

...only financial consideration in deciding whether to have staff on-site or not. Every employee needs a phone, computer, Internet connection, desk or cubicle and chair. The more staffers you have, the more printers and other peripherals you'll...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/11/15/bus_555529.shtml
Business
Movies coming to a computer near you

...And while college students sometimes don't have VCRs in their dorm rooms, Sirius suggests that most will have a computer. Internet junkies can watch a film while downloading files, or office workers could take entertainment breaks (try selling...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/11/21/tec_217870.shtml
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UNC-Chapel Hill to offer first online classes next month

...students. The $225 course fee does not include textbooks or Internet access. To enroll, the students must have a computer, Internet access and an e-mail account. The students won't have to be at their computers at any specific time to attend...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/30/tec_201921.shtml
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