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Murdoch plans tablet newspaper

Aug 13, 2010
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch says he plans to launch a digital newspaper made just for distribution on tablet computers like the iPad. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Internet

Free iPad app for college textbooks

Aug 13, 2010
it claims to carry 90% of "core textbooks". So instead of sinking hundreds of dollars on textbooks that you have to lug around, you just zap them...
Posted In: Books, iPad

Notes from a Disappointed Fanboy

Aug 13, 2010
Net Neutrality is a complicated issue.  The recent Google/Verizon policy proposal has raised new questions about the open internet - the idea that...

Would you be Delta's Facebook friend?

Aug 13, 2010
They hope so. The airline is integrating itself into Facebook so you can buy a ticket directly through the social media giant. Makes sense, I guess...
Posted In: Facebook

Talking Android!

Aug 13, 2010
If you can't be bothered to push a button (or, let's be honest, if you're driving a car), Android phones can now work on Voice Action. Use a set...
Posted In: android

Murdoch to launch news service for iPad

Aug 13, 2010
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch finds the iPad such a promising business he's launching a newspaper that will only be accessible through the device.

Battle lines being drawn for Google, Verizon, net neutrality

Aug 13, 2010
The debate on net neutrality get some big supporters and critics.

Report says Apple's reinventing Apple TV

Aug 12, 2010
Apple TV has been this grand idea of a set top box on your TV that connects online and lets you watch shows that way. But the box is expensive and...
Posted In: apple, tv

Starbucks plans to pay for its free Wi-Fi with a walled garden

Aug 12, 2010
Unlike many coffee shops, Starbucks has long been stubborn about giving away free Wi-Fi access to customers, choosing instead to build membership...
Posted In: starbucks, wi-fi

Blackberry makers feel heat from govt's

Aug 12, 2010
Research in Motion, the company that makes Blackberry smartphones, is under attack from governments that say the device's encryptions are so good it represents a security threat. Steve Henn reports on how one of the Blackberry's key selling points has become the company's Achilles' heel.

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