Tweeting from the womb

Google and China appear to be at peace for now, Motorola and Sprint announce the first push-to-talk Android phone for Nextel, and the Kickbee will let a baby send tweets in utero.

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Links from Tuesday's episode of Loaded:

  • Google and China comment on their agreement regarding search filtering
  • Intel and the FTC have apparently reached an agreement regarding antitrust accusations against Intel
  • A new online privacy bill is to be introduced this week
  • The HP Slate may be renamed the HP PalmPad
  • Motorola and Sprint introduce the i1 , the first Nextel push-to-talk phone that runs Google's Android operating system
  • The Kickbee will let baby tweet from the womb with every kick
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Natali Morris is the host of Loaded on CNET TV and other CNET podcasts. She also contributes technology reports for CBS News.

 

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