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Information overload, an age-old problem

Jun 30, 2010
Author William Powers talks to Kai about how information overload is not an ancient problem, but a modern one, along with ideas on how to combat the deluge of information people face everyday.

Who cares about Foursquare? Apparently, people with money.

Jun 30, 2010
Put me in the camp of people who are still mystified by Foursquare. I think they got off on the wrong foot by first entering my world as a stream...
Posted In: devices, foursquare, geolocation

Dell's on the decline and it just got worse

Jun 30, 2010
There are legal documents that indicate Dell employees knowingly shipped out faulty computers out to customers over the span of two years.

Verizon on iPhone? Okay. Sure. Maybe.

Jun 29, 2010
Pardon me if I look at this story askance. Ajar. Askew. It has a lot of people buzzing today that AT&T and their, uh, inconsistent coverage...
Posted In: apple, at&t, iPhone, Verizon

Google taking it easier with China

Jun 29, 2010
After months of a very publicized fight with the Chinese government, Google softened its approach to the Chinese government -- but they may still give up millions of users.
Posted In: Internet

China threatens to shut down Google, Google caves

Jun 29, 2010
Google says it's committed to not censoring its search results. China is very much committed to censorship. So it's a stalemate that affects the...
Posted In: China, Google

Tesla keeps going

Jun 29, 2010
Tesla, makers of an all-electric incredibly expensive car, will have enough cash to continue operating for at least another couple of years after...
Posted In: cars

EVO vs. iPhone (there is cussing)

Jun 29, 2010
Posted In: evo, iPhone

Google takes steps to stay in China

Jun 29, 2010
Google will stop automatically rerouting users of its China search site to its Hong Kong site. Google's license to do business in China expires tomorrow and Beijing was threatening not to renew it. What does the move mean?
Posted In: Internet

Mr. Swatch's watches with hands

Jun 29, 2010
We talk on our show today about the death of Nicholas Hayek, "Mr. Swatch," and how he brought back the popularity of analog watches when digital...
Posted In: analog, digital, technophobia, watches

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