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Tablets as breakout gadgets of 2010?

Dec 22, 2009
Apple's rumored tablet computer put the gadget on the top of the hot list to come for 2010.

Grandma fax Twitter celery ow my head hurts WHAT?

Dec 21, 2009
via our pal John Hodgman

Something to love

Dec 21, 2009
A luxuriously long introduction of the concept of Polaroid photography. There are notes we still hear today in discussions of microblogging, social...

Okay, smart alecks

Dec 21, 2009
Twitter is now profitable.

Recession is over? They must be blind.

Dec 21, 2009
Commentator K.C. Cole says economic "experts" who say the recession is over must be so blinded by rising stock prices and corporate profits that they don't notice the shuttered stores and unemployed workers all around them.
Posted In: Science

ESPN sees growth in local sports

Dec 21, 2009
ESPN has launched its fourth local Web site, this time in Los Angeles. And the sports network says it's just getting started. Host Bob Moon talks with the Sports Business Journal's John Ourand about why ESPN is trying to get bigger by going smaller.
Posted In: Internet, Sports

FCC eyes TV airwaves for bandwidth

Dec 21, 2009
The FCC is eyeing TV airwaves for extra bandwidth to put together a national broadband plan ensuring all Americans have high-speed Internet access. But broadcasters have their own plans for that spectrum. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Internet

Cut your own Christmas tree for $10

Dec 21, 2009
If you don't want to spend $100 on a Christmas tree, head to your local national forest. With a $10 permit and a little brute strength, you can take home the tree of your choice. Shannon Mullen reports.

Listeners respond to Facebook privacy changes

Dec 21, 2009
You -- the listeners -- weigh in on the new changes Facebook has made.

Positive signs in tech company sales

Dec 18, 2009
Earnings at top technology companies like Oracle and RIM, the makers of the Blackberry, have been better than expected. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports investors are hopeful businesses are finally starting to spend money again.
Posted In: Science, Wall Street