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Google, Verizon discuss net neutrality

Aug 5, 2010
Reports say Google and Verizon have been trying to hammer out a shared vision of how the future of the Internet should work. Reporter Steve Henn talks with Kai Ryssdal about how a deal could impact consumers and why we should care.
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A proposal for an Internet 'kill switch'

Jun 16, 2010
A bill proposed in the Senate would give the president power to seize control of the Internet in response to a national security threat. Jeff Horwich reports.
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Businesses call bias on Yelp listings

Mar 24, 2010
A group of small businesses are banding together against Yelp, accusing the popular ratings site of emphasizing negative reviews unless the businesses agree to pay for advertising. Bob Moon reports.
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News Corp may shun Google for Bing

Nov 23, 2009
There are reports that Microsoft has been talking to News Corp about a deal that would keep the media company's content on Bing and off Google. Joel Rose reports.
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Harvesting gas from the dairy air

Nov 18, 2009
A California utility is aggressively developing power sources cleaner than coal -- natural gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar ... and now even cow manure. But Pacific Gas & Electric isn't turning green totally on its own. It's the law. Sarah Gardner reports.
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Electric cars are Europe's current trend

Nov 16, 2009
Across Europe a mixture of subsidies, tax-breaks and regulation is creating a new class of green consumer and a whole lot of clean tech companies. Stephen Beard reports.
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Can Microsoft make Windows 7 'party?'

Oct 21, 2009
Microsoft rolls out Windows 7 tomorrow after years of development and testing. And after struggling so much with Vista, it could use some powerful PR. But its string of "launch party" ads may be hurting more than helping. John Moe reports.
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New DJ gadgets offer a different spin

Oct 1, 2009
G4's Kevin Pereira talks with Kai Ryssdal about new portable devices that make it easier for deejays to mix, sample and make their own music.
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Web tools make finances more personal

Jul 17, 2009
ATMs are no longer novel. Checking your balance online? Old news. For the very latest in Web personal finance tools, Tess talks to CNET's Brian Cooley.
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Solar breakthrough simplifies storage

Jul 31, 2008
Scientists at MIT have made a breakthrough which may solve the biggest hurdle to the mass adoption of solar energy: a more efficient way to store it for later use. Dan Grech reports.
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