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Sites try to market to foreign visitors

Jul 10, 2008
It turns out a lot of the visitors to American websites are browsing from abroad, forcing companies to try to find a way to target ads to their readers outside the U.S. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Internet

Getty to snap up Flickr users' pics

Jul 9, 2008
Thanks to a licensing deal between stock photo agency Getty Images and popular photo sharing site Flickr, you could soon cash in on those vacation snapshots. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Posted In: Internet

Apple readies App Store for iPhone

Jul 9, 2008
Apple's latest iPhone launches Friday, but the real buzz is around a software update that will give iPhone users access to third party applications. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

Regulators look closer at genetic testing

Jul 7, 2008
Personalized genetics is one of the fastest-growing sectors in biotechnology, and today the government kicks off a public meeting to discuss how these companies should be regulated. Stacey Vanek-Smith has more.
Posted In: Science

Zapping trash with man-made lightning

Jul 4, 2008
With landfill space at a premium, a machine that vaporizes trash into seems like a miracle. But does it send the wrong message in our disposable-loving economy? Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

Support for wave energy swells

Jul 4, 2008
Drawing power from the ocean could meet as much as 10 percent of the U.S.'s power needs, but some who make their living on the water worry harnessing it will leave them high and dry. Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports.
Posted In: Science

Consumers hanging up on landlines

Jul 2, 2008
A growing number of consumers are saying bye-bye to their landline phones in favor of the portability and convenience of cell phones. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Science

Scooters pick up speed in the city

Jul 1, 2008
Many inner-city commuters are moving to scooters as a cost-effective alternative to big gas guzzlers. Andrea Mustain reports from New York City, where sales of scooters are up dramatically over the past year.
Posted In: Travel

Ruling threatens resales on eBay

Jun 30, 2008
A French court ordered eBay to pay millions for allowing knock-offs on its site, a decision that could have an impact on the auctioneer's business worldwide. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Science

Many not yet giving up on Windows XP

Jun 30, 2008
Microsoft is removing Windows XP from stores in an effort to hook users onto Vista. But many users are still attached to the old program, and Janet Babin reports problems with Vista mean XP might still be around for awhile.
Posted In: Science

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