On the podcast: CES takeaways include more 3D and electronic books; Google may make Android phone for business; and is Twitter admissible evidence in a murder trial?
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The annual Consumer Electronics Show just ended this weekend in Las Vegas. There was a lot of new technology on display, as always, and a few clear trends. To discuss the takeaways from the 2010 CES, reporter Erica Ogg is with us in the studio.
Also: Google may make an Android phone for business; and is Twitter admissible evidence in a murder trial?
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Glitch strands Microsoft business customers
Microsoft adds Office, Windows rental option
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Near-final Firefox 3.6 out for testing
Did Twitter argument lead to murder?