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How safe is Livermore's biosafety lab?

Sep 7, 2006
The government plans to open a new bioterrorism detection lab in Livermore, Calif., and many nearby residents and businesses are worried. Shia Levitt reports.
Posted In: Science

Flying with baby just got easier

Sep 6, 2006
Today the FAA approved a harness that connects to a regular seatbelt — and it only weighs about a pound.

Music for sale on MySpace

Sep 6, 2006
The social networking Web site is making waves in the music industry by allowing artists with MySpace pages to sell music on them. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

A search Google's got a problem with

Sep 1, 2006
In its fight against hate crimes and child porn, Brazil's government wants Google to turn over information on users of its Orkut website. Google says no. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Canada

Introducing the sonar parking meter

Sep 1, 2006
There's a new breed of parking meter out there — but beware, it's designed to squeeze more money out of motorists. Stuart Cohen has the story.
Posted In: Science

Cell phone sellers beware

Aug 30, 2006
A phone-security company bought 10 cell phones off eBay to test its security software — and found a lot of sensitive information that their former owners thought they'd erased. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

For-profit wiki

Aug 30, 2006
The founder of Wikipedia is looking for ways to make the model profitable. Host Scott Jagow talks to Fortune magazine writer Adam Lashinsky about the plans for Wikia.
Posted In: Science

Google eyes Microsoft's market

Aug 28, 2006
The search engine giant is out with yet another new product and this one's going after a market where Microsoft is currently king. Can Google Apps lure away small to mid-size businesses? Janet Babin checks it out.
Posted In: Science

Why do you think they call it a Crackberry?

Aug 25, 2006
Two new studies suggest employees are spending way too much time tethered to the office by those mobile e-mail phones. Could it be addiction? Janet Babin reports.

More laptop battery woes

Aug 25, 2006
First it was Dell. Now Apple has issued a recall for 1.8 million lithium-ion batteries used in its laptop computers. Janet Babin asks are cell phones next?
Posted In: Science

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