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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

Telecom companies take on Apple

Feb 15, 2010
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, more than two dozen wireless carriers and handset makers announced they're coming together to create a communal site for cell phone applications. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Science

Digital killed the vinyl-scratch star

Feb 15, 2010
Vinyl records were once the DJ's weapon of choice, but new technology is making the once-revolutionary instrument obsolete by emulating the scratches and whirs of a live turntable. Kevin Ferguson explains how it works.
Posted In: Entertainment, Science

Ultrasound that fits in your pocket

Feb 15, 2010
Ultrasound machines aren't traditionally the most convenient technology to carry around. Not anymore: General Electric is releasing vScan, which isn't much bigger than an iPhone. Jennifer Collins explores the benefits of the device.
Posted In: Science

Apple, Adobe at war over iPad

Feb 4, 2010
Apple's new iPad tablet has touched off a fight with Adobe over the new technology's exclusion of Flash software, a snub that started with the iPhone. Are the two brawlers evenly matched? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Science

Rocket may not find space in budget

Jan 29, 2010
President Obama is expected to kill a plan to put Americans back on the moon. Thousands of high-tech jobs hang in the balance, as does the business model for U.S. space policy. Jenny Brundin reports.
Posted In: Science

Do we really need the iPad?

Jan 28, 2010
The new iPad by Apple is being marketed as a third device -- you buy it after you already have a computer and smartphone. But as the device can't really serve to replace either, what need does it meet? Brett Neely reports.
Posted In: Science

Sorting through Apple's latest i-rumors

Jan 27, 2010
As with any Apple device, the new technology Steve Jobs is set to unveil is shrouded in mystery and steeped in rumor. Marketplace's Gregory Warner sorts through the hype and tells us what we might be able to expect.
Posted In: Science

A lot of value in free government data

Jan 20, 2010
The White House has ordered that some high-value government data be made available online by the end of the month at data.gov, and Brett Neely reports with the right spin, tech heads can find a lucrative business.
Posted In: Science

Speed bump tech slowly gains approval

Jan 18, 2010
Inventor Carlos Cano has been testing his retractable "intelligent speed bump" in Mexico to the delight of slow drivers who've tried it out. But some in Mexico argue there is still a place for the traditional speed bump. Franc Contreras reports.
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