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DALLAS — Belo Corp. says it will drop a technology that linked its newspapers and television broadcasts to Internet sites with a mouse-like device called a CueCat.
Belo said too few people used the CueCat, which Belo introduced Oct. 1 on the pages of the Dallas Morning News. Belo declined to provide numbers.