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  • Choosing Mobile TV Channels

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    An up-close-and-personal view from inside last week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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  • Phone a Friend over Wi-Fi

    A new Wi-Fi phone from Vonage is fun – but it doesn’t make sense as a replacement for the cell phone.

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    The rumored “Google PC” announcement has not materialized, but the time for a networked computer with an alternative operating system is right. Here’s why.

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  • Phone a Friend over Wi-Fi

    A new Wi-Fi phone from Vonage is fun – but it doesn’t make sense as a replacement for the cell phone.

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  • Nano Building Made Easy

    A surprising array of nano structures can be formed by a new general self-assembly method.

  • The Steve Jobs Show

    A look at the speculation running up to next week’s Macworld Expo – where CEO Steve Jobs usually has a few surprises up his sleeve.

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  • Old Brains Learn New Tricks

    Imaging neurons in the living brains of mice shows that these cells can grow in surprising ways – perhaps suggesting new ways to treat spinal cord injuries and other neurological problems.

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