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They are comfortable with gadgets, yet shudder sometimes as the cell phone rings. This group -- primarily male and in their late 20s -- is called the "Ambivalent Networkers" in a study released Wednesday by the Pew Internet and American Life Project. Pew found this group notable because its members have lived with the Internet and other technologies for much of their lives. In the study, Pew examined American adults' gadgets and services, their activities and their attitudes toward technology.