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Taiwan forging ahead as IT titan

Dec 16, 2009
Taiwanese company Acer's mini laptop is the top brand for netbooks this holiday season, and the brand's overall success is just one indicator of the strength of Taiwan's tech sector. Scott Tong reports.
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Virtual events industry takes off

Dec 15, 2009
More companies are asking employees to log on for video conferences or meetings in virtual boardrooms instead of logging miles. Sally Herships reports.
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Google makes noise with new phone

Dec 14, 2009
Google may soon get into the business of producing its own phone. Technology writer Peter Rojas talks with Kai Ryssdal about what this might mean for consumers.
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AT&T to iPhone users: Cut back on data!

Dec 10, 2009
Many people who use iPhones in dense cities like New York or San Francisco have experienced dropped calls. So AT&T has a plan to tackle the problem. You could call it the pretty-please approach to customer service. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Harvesting gas from the dairy air

Nov 18, 2009
A California utility is aggressively developing power sources cleaner than coal -- natural gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar ... and now even cow manure. But Pacific Gas & Electric isn't turning green totally on its own. It's the law. Sarah Gardner reports.
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A slow media movement

Nov 17, 2009
Have Facebook friend requests, cell-phone messages, incessant emails and texts made it impossible to disconnect? Feel overwhelmed? Sally Herships reports on one solution.
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Who benefits when you buy an iPhone?

Oct 28, 2009
Apple will officially introduce the iPhone in China on Friday, tapping into a potential market of half a billion people. Why has it taken so long for the iPhone to be sold in the country where it's produced? Scott Tong rips open one to find out.
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Can Microsoft make Windows 7 'party?'

Oct 21, 2009
Microsoft rolls out Windows 7 tomorrow after years of development and testing. And after struggling so much with Vista, it could use some powerful PR. But its string of "launch party" ads may be hurting more than helping. John Moe reports.
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Things look good for Apple

Oct 19, 2009
James McQuivey, analyst at Forrester Research, talks with Bill Radke about whether Google's Android poses a threat to Apple's iPhone, and if carrier competition might make the iPhone cheaper.
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Wireless phone firms open up networks

Oct 7, 2009
Washington bureau chief John Dimsdale talks with Steve Chiotakis about why wireless telephone companies are opening up their networks to Internet-based phone services, and how it might affect the communications industry.
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