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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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Yahoo and eBay join forces

May 25, 2006
Yahoo gets to sell advertising on the world's largest auction site. In return, eBay will steer users to the number two search engine. Amy Scott has more on the ongoing quest for Web domination.
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Hollywood challenges 'network DVR'

May 25, 2006
Cablevision is about to launch a new service where the cable company records shows for you — kind of like TiVo without the box. But Hollywood studios and TV networks filed a lawsuit yesterday to stop it. Scott Tong reports.
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MySpace courts Google, Microsoft

May 24, 2006
The youth-oriented social networking Web site is reportedly in talks with both Google and Microsoft over which company will provide search capabilities on the site. Janet Babin reports.
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My(Martha)Space

May 24, 2006
The diva of domesticity is taking a page from MySpace and launching her own social networking site for adult women. But is there really a market for it? Tess Vigeland has more.
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'Green chemistry' hitting the market

May 23, 2006
Decades of toxic spills and pollution have caused a backlash against the notion that chemistry can improve daily life, but "green chemistry" is catching on — even in big business labs. Sarah Gardner reports.
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Vonage IPO will pay to advertise

May 23, 2006
Internet telephone pioneer Vonage is expected to raise $550 million in a public stock offering this week. Janet Babin reports the company is likely to spend most of that money on advertising.
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Move over Blackberry?

May 22, 2006
The Motorola Q phone could be released this week, and it's likely to have the makers of the Blackberry a little nervous. Lisa Napoli reports.
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Almost a great day for Merck

May 18, 2006
An FDA panel today approved Merck's vaccine to control human papillomavirus. The new drug could prevent cervical cancer and save 300,000 lives a year. But can it cure some of Merck's Vioxx headaches? Helen Palmer reports.
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Cervical cancer vaccine

May 18, 2006
Looking to move past the Vioxx controversy, Merck hopes an advisory panel convening today will recommend that the FDA approve the drug maker's experimental vaccine against cervical cancer. Lisa Napoli reports.
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