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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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How do you pay a digital actor?

Mar 8, 2010
Avatar is one of an increasing number of films using performance-capture technology. But the new method of performance has raised several questions on how to pay actors being digitally represented. Julia Simon reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Science

Location apps: Where's the security?

Mar 3, 2010
Mobile device applications are increasingly using location check-ins to engage users and build their credibility. But where does all that information go, and can it hurt you? Gigi Douban reports.
Posted In: Internet, Science

Not everyone likes the beetles' sound

Mar 1, 2010
Bark beetles have trashed millions of acres of forests on the West Coast over the last two decades. But researchers may have found a beetle-be-gone technology that uses the beetles' own sounds against them. Laurel Morales reports.
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Mounting e-waste a global problem

Feb 22, 2010
A U.N. report finds waste from discarded cell phones, computers and other technology is becoming an increasingly more pressing issue. But proper recycling of valuable metals could help curb the problem. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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A slow media movement

Feb 15, 2010
Have Facebook friend requests, cell-phone messages, incessant emails and texts made it impossible to disconnect? Feel overwhelmed? Sally Herships reports on one solution.
Posted In: Internet, Science