Tech - Most Recent
Oct 22, 2008
T-Mobile has released the G-1 phone, a smart phone powered by Google technology. Will its lower price and touchscreen sensibility make it competition for AT&T and iPhone? Mitchell Hartman rings up this report.
Oct 15, 2008
The credit crisis is taking its toll on businesses, but there's optimism in the solar energy sector. Sarah Gardner reports that new technolgies and cheaper materials have improved solar's market potential.
Oct 14, 2008
Intel's size may help it weather a tough credit market, but it will still have a rough ride ahead with the entire tech sector. Janet Babin reports why the industry needs to prove its worthiness.
Sep 26, 2008
Managing your money is hard enough right now without an audience. Host Tess Vigeland welcomes three personal finance bloggers back to the show to see how they're addressing the difficult times.
Sep 24, 2008
A survey from Technorati.com found that blogs that carry advertising make money. The question is, however, do bloggers make enough money to live on. John Dimsdale runs the survey results by some blog editors.
Sep 23, 2008
Google has unveiled its long-awaited smart phone, called Android. It goes on sale next month and has a lot of features that will draw comparisons to Apple's iPhone. But Google may have another competitor in mind. Rico Gagliano reports.
Sep 17, 2008
The tiny Asian kingdom of Bhutan has had cell phones for just a few years, and a choice of providers for only a few months. Now its people are experiencing what happens when a company competes for their business. Lisa Napoli reports.
Sep 16, 2008
Even though they are relatively small in number, users of the Twitter online service are a powerful group. And companies looking to make quick contact with customers have taken notice. Jennifer Collins reports.
Sep 12, 2008
Ever wanted to go straight to voicemail when you called someone, without their phone ringing at all? Clever entrepreneurs are making that and other services available. Rebecca Sheir dials in.