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What's your opinion on the bailout?

We've been hearing a lot from the bureaucrats, politicians and pundits about the U.S. government's plan to restore confidence in the financial...
Posted In: bailout, credit crunch, mortgage meltdown

What's your opinion on the bailout?

We've been hearing a lot from the bureaucrats, politicians and pundits about the U.S. government's plan to restore confidence in the financial...
Posted In: bailout, credit crunch, mortgage meltdown

Google unveils new browser

Google's debut of its open-source Chrome browser today is a hot topic on the Web....
Posted In: browser, Chrome, Google

California lawmakers push for carbon-reduction planning

When you live in Los Angeles like we do, you quickly learn that the reason public transportation isn't a viable option for much of the population...
Posted In: carbon-dioxide emissions, public transportation, urban planning

Scientists develop cells that could be disease fighters

Scientists say they have caused one type of cell to become another -- with no intermediate step using controversial stem cells -- which could have...
Posted In: Health, medicine, stem cells

Want to invest in rock 'n' roll?

With all the problems the music industry is having, artists and entrepreneurs are looking for new business models....
Posted In: Bandstocks, Music

Dell to offer low-cost computers to emerging markets

With sales of PC laptops and desktops slowing in the United States, Dell is making a push for markets in growing economies around the world with a...
Posted In: computers, Dell

Fewer textbooks to carry with Kindle?

The ARS Technica website has a report that Amazon may enter the college textbook market with a new version of its Kindle electronic reading device....
Posted In: college, Kindle, textbooks

Colleges dropping food trays

Several hundred colleges have either stopped using trays in their cafeterias or plan to soon, according to an Associated Press report. By serving...
Posted In: cafeterias, college, Food

High-speed Net service hits slowdown

Wired's "Epicenter" blog has an item based on reports out this week that say Americans' adoption of broadband service hit a seven-year low last...
Posted In: broadband, Internet

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