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The impact of court's ruling for Comcast

Apr 6, 2010
Washington Post tech writer Cecilia Kang talks with Kai Ryssdal about the court of appeals ruling that says the FCC didn't have the right to regulate net neutrality with respect to Comcast and other Internet service providers.
Posted In: Science

Video: Breaking in the iPad . . . with a bat

Apr 6, 2010
Thousands of tech enthusiasts anxiously awaited the chance to break their new Apple iPads out of the box. Others were looking for a different sort of break.
Posted In: Internet, Science

Sometimes hospital tech isn't enough

Apr 6, 2010
Hospital computers are supposed to be adept at assisting doctors and nurses at tasks like spotting errors with prescriptions. But a new study out stays the technology might not be as thorough as it needs to be. Gregory Warner reports.
Posted In: Health, Science

Malls prepare for iPad debut

Apr 2, 2010
Malls are preparing for a big weekend, but the crowds won't be coming for the Easter holiday -- they're coming for the new Apple iPad. Sally Herships reports.
Posted In: Internet, Retail, Science

Content makers see money in iPad apps

Mar 30, 2010
The iPad has been widely hailed as just the thing to convince people to pay for online print media. Newspapers and magazines are showing high interest in developing apps. And Rico Gagliano tells us who else is getting involved.
Posted In: Science

Apple eyes Verizon to carry iPhone

Mar 30, 2010
Apple is working on a new iPhone for the Verizon network, which means heady competition for AT&T, the iPhone's only carrier at the moment. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman about new opportunities this could provide for iPhone users.
Posted In: Science

Gang of factors causing bee die-off

Mar 25, 2010
Honeybees are continuing to die off at an alarming pace to beekeepers, and the cause still eludes experts. But a new study shows a combination of factors from disease to pesticides may be partially to blame. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Agriculture, Food, Health, Science

Cutting through red tape in space

Mar 19, 2010
With commercial firms vying to launch astronauts to the space station and tourists into low-earth orbit, the issue of how to regulate safety is heating up. NASA and the FAA have taken the issue to Capitol Hill. Brett Neely reports.
Posted In: Science

Why you should care about Foursquare

Mar 18, 2010
CNET reporter Caroline McCarthy talks with Kai Ryssdal about what Foursqaure is, and whether it has the potential to become the next Facebook.
Posted In: Science

A new TV watching experience

Mar 9, 2010
AdweekMedia's Jim Cooper talks with Kai Ryssdal about why Google is teaming with Dish Network to create a set-top box, and why there's a surge in 3-D TV sets.
Posted In: Science

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