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Beginning 10 years ago, search was on

Sep 4, 2008
A decade ago this week all of our lives started to change just a little bit. Google was born. And now it seems you almost can't go anywhere -- on the Web, at least -- without using it to search and do many other things. Kai Ryssdal takes a look.
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Google has shiny new Chrome browser

Sep 2, 2008
The Internet search giant is adding a browser to its mix of products. Rafe Needleman of CNET.com was at Google's announcement today. He shares the details with Kai Ryssdal.
Posted In: Internet, Science

Nokia's new 'Comes With Music' phone

Sep 2, 2008
Nokia is taking aim at Apple with a new phone that lets buyers download music for free for a year. "Come With Music" phones go to market in the UK first, then Europe. Brett Neely reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Internet

Comcast to cap customers' Internet use

Aug 29, 2008
The nation's biggest cable company is setting a limit on how much data its customers can transfer to and from their computers in a month. But the cap isn't really about the Internet. It's about TV. Dan Grech reports.
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New job-seeking tool? It's the network

Aug 29, 2008
The business of online networking is growing, partly because people are using their networks to recruit and job-seek. As Jeremy Hobson reports, just like offline, it's not what you know, it's who you know.
Posted In: Internet, Jobs

Best Western fights potential ID thefts

Aug 25, 2008
British press reports say hackers penetrated Best Western's European online reservation system late last week and stole names and credit card details. But Stephen Beard reports damage control is underway.
Posted In: Crime, Internet

Texting experts for an Internet search

Aug 21, 2008
A new search company isn't using algorithms to find answers on the Internet -- it's using humans instead. Text in a question and someone will text you right back. Dan Grech checks it out.
Posted In: Internet, Science

Unblocking news on the Internet

Aug 21, 2008
When China filtered news and blocked Web sites during the Beijing Olympics, it helped increase concern about censorship on the Internet. Commentator Jonathan Zittrain says there are ways to fight back.
Posted In: Internet, Science

Ebay takes aim at rival Amazon

Aug 20, 2008
Online auction site eBay is lowering its seller fees for fixed-price sales to compete with rivals like Amazon. Dan Grech has more on whether users are buying into the changes.
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eBay changing its fee model

Aug 20, 2008
Today, eBay is announcing a new fee structure that emphasizes fixed-price listings. In a move to attract more sellers, eBay will be slashing its fixed-price listing fee by almost 70 percent. Dan Grech reports.
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