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Taxi driverless taxi coming to Berlin

Oct 14, 2010
Because, apparently, someone wants to be driven around Berlin by a computer? Or something?...
Posted In: Transportation

PlayStation 3 owners: vegging out is about to get yet easier

Oct 14, 2010
That's because you'll be able to watch Netflix content without even having to put that little disc in the little disc player. You can just choose...
Posted In: Entertainment, games, netflix, playstation, Sony

Verizon coming to the i...Pad

Oct 14, 2010
Pad? What the-- ? What about the phone?...
Posted In: apple, at&t, business, gadgets, iPad, Verizon

What is Google's Price Index?

Oct 14, 2010
The Internet search giant is looking into creating price index, similar to the Consumer Price Index, that can track inflation based on what people are buying online every day. How accurate can it get? Tony Arnold reports.
Posted In: Economy, Internet

What Verizon's iPad means for AT&T

Oct 14, 2010
Apple has announced that Verizon will begin selling the iPad by the end of this month, with rumors that the two will connect for the iPhone next year. But where does that leave AT&T? Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.

NEVER BET AGAINST FART APPS

Oct 14, 2010
The Windows Phone 7 isn't even in stores yet but plenty of reviewers and Microsofties already have them. And in the app store that is already live,...
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets

Facebook monkeys with comments, prepares for global domination

Oct 14, 2010
Tech Crunch has confirmed what AllFacebook noted late yesterday: new functionality on Facebook comments. While the company will probably never roll...
Posted In: business, Facebook, search, social media

Guy gets robot to punch people a whole lot in the name of science

Oct 14, 2010
This. This I love. In Slovenia(!), a scientist has somehow persuaded six male colleagues to let a robot punch them repeatedly in order to build up...
Posted In: Entertainment, games, punching, robots, slovenia

Private equity firms eyeing Yahoo

Oct 14, 2010
Word is that a few private equity firms are mulling over a deal to buy out Yahoo, the number two search engine. Reporter Janet Babin talks with Bill Radke about who might buy Yahoo and why takeover talk is surfacing now.
Posted In: Internet

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