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The skinny on Motorola's success

Jun 8, 2006
Motorola was down on its luck until the Razr cell phone helped turn things around. Host Kai Ryssdal speaks to Fortune magazine writer Adam Lashinsky about how Moto found its mojo — and what's next.
Posted In: Science

Internet's future in hands of Congress

Jun 8, 2006
Congress is set to vote tomorrow on a telecom bill that could have big implications for how the Internet works. It's setting up a big fight: phone and cable companies on one side — Internet firms on the other. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Science, Washington

Google rethinks China compromise

Jun 7, 2006
Co-founder Sergey Brin admitted yesterday that the deal Google struck with China to allow some censorship on its search engine in that country may have been a mistake. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada, Science

One app closer to world domination

Jun 6, 2006
Google has introduced an online spreadsheet application to compete with Microsoft's Excel. It lacks some of Excel's bells and whistles — but it's free. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Science

Static on the line for Vonage

Jun 1, 2006
Internet phone company Vonage has struggled since it went public. It offered customers a chance to buy into its IPO early, and now says it will hold them to that deal — even though the stock has dropped 13%. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Investing, Science

What did you Google two years ago?

Jun 1, 2006
The Department of Justice wants to know. The agency wants Internet providers to keep your search terms for two years -- or longer. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Science, Washington

In-flight wireless spectrum auction

May 30, 2006
A likely winner has emerged in the Federal Trade Commission's auction of radio spectrum to be used for wireless communications on commercial flights. Jane Lindholm tells us who it is.
Posted In: Science

Even aspiring pop stars can telecommute

May 29, 2006
You might think the life of a young pop singer means long hours on the road between gigs, but Stephen Beard has the story of a once-struggling British singer who found fame courtesy of a Webcam.
Posted In: Science

Cable companies, listen up

May 29, 2006
More people are using broadband Internet connections at home, but they're choosing DSL because it's cheaper says a new report. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Science

Real-life cloak of invisibility

May 26, 2006
It may sound like science fiction, but researchers yesterday reported it could be possible to make things invisible. Janet Babin looks at some of the commercial implications.
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