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Google to offer fast Internet broadband

Feb 10, 2010
Google says it's starting an experiment in which it will provide ultra-fast Internet service to a handful of communities. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Internet

An age of magic computing

Feb 10, 2010
Part two of our interview with Dwight Silverman, in which we discuss the question, What is a computer?

Now I want an iPad AND to become a comics geek

Feb 9, 2010
This could really be huge for comics.
Posted In: blog

Small biz still moody in better economy

Feb 9, 2010
A new survey from the National Federation of Independent Business says the mood among small businesses remains sullen despite a growing U.S. economy. Brett Neely examines what could lift the gloom.

Social buzz isn't what it once was

Feb 9, 2010
Word of mouth has long been one of the most effective ways for businesses to get their names out. But a new study finds the buzz generated in social circles isn't what it used to be. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Internet

Just what IS a computer anyway?

Feb 9, 2010
A question of identity arises when one has to consider whether or not an iPad is a computer.

Seeking medical opinions by text message

Feb 8, 2010
A startup company has developed a way for you to contact verified physicians through text message, but it's not made for patients.

Designer crafts shatter-proof beer glass

Feb 5, 2010
The U.K. government commissioned a designer to come up with a shatter-proof beer glass to help lower the costs associated with pub fight injuries. Stephen Beard reviews how the glass works.

What will NSA do with Google access?

Feb 5, 2010
Reports indicate Google is working with the National Security Agency to prevent major attacks like the one it suffered last month. Does giving the government access to our Google information put us at risk of a privacy breach? Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Internet

A friend request from the U.S. gov't

Feb 4, 2010
The government is delving into social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter to solve crimes and recruit soldiers. But it's not clear what guidelines government agencies have to follow. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Internet

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