North Korea is often portrayed as a country in a time-warp. But as Jason Strother reports, the number of cell phone users has grown dramatically, since the arrival of an Egyptian mobile network in 2008.
Artist-programmer R. Luke Dubois has his own map of the U.S., and it's not colored with red states and blue. He gathered his data from 19 million dating profiles. He wants to know what we really think about. Produced by Studio 360's Eric Molinsky.
Much of the former Soviet republic of Armenia temporarily lost Internet service last week. The reason? A woman scavenging for copper in neighboring Georgia cut the cables that serve Armenia. Reporter Shant Shahrigian reports from Yerevan.
Host Marco Werman talks with Aya Watanabe who has been translating tweets by people affected by the earthquake in Japan. The tweets were originally collected by a Tokyo blogger who wanted to offer his readers hope.
Mobile postage will soon be available in Denmark. People will send a text to the post office and receive a code they can write on an envelope. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Morten Nielsen, spokesperson for Post Danmark.
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