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Money Talking: Tech Giants Battle for Mobile Market Share

Friday, April 05, 2013

Look out iPhone. You've got (even more) competition.

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The Brian Lehrer Show

The Mobile Marketing Revolution

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Jed Alpert, founder and CEO of Mobile Commons, talks about his new book: The Mobile Marketing Revolution : How Your Brand Can Have a One-To-One Conversation with Everyone.

→ Texting Project: Text LIVE to 30644 – that’s LIVE to 30644 to answer a few questions about marriage, living together, and life in your 20s. That’s the subject of our conversation at 11:40. Standard message rates apply, of course.

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It's A Free Country ®

Campaigns and Voters are Wired Like Never Before - Is that Good?

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Any control that campaigns had over messaging is lost as we, a collective audience, “like,” upload, and review the best and the worst of politics through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

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Transportation Nation

TN MOVING STORIES: Cuomo May Tap Pension Funds to Finance Tappan Zee, What The New Fuel Economy Standards Mean for You, and More on the "Low Line"

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Top stories on TN:

DOT head Ray LaHood hopes to transportation doesn't get cut in the wake of the supercommittee failure. (Link)

Connecticut is getting inter-city bus BRT. (Link)

NY builds its first 'slow zone' to combat speeding. (Link)

Rendering of the Low Line (image courtesy of Delancey Underground)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may use private and public pension funds to help finance the Tappan Zee Bridge overhaul. (Wall Street Journal)

Maryland's latest toll road could be its last for a generation, given how much the state had to borrow to build it. (Washington Post)

Senator Schumer is backing lower tolls for Staten Islanders. (Staten Island Advance)

NYC school bus drivers: not striking yet. (WNYC)

Editorial: the list of projects on Atlanta's upcoming transit referendum is a necessity, not a choice. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

What the new fuel economy standards will mean to you. (KQED Climate Watch)

Korean auto manufacturers are ramping up U.S. lobbying. (Politico)

Volkswagen's new concept delivery van has "semi-autonomous capabilities." (Gizmag)

An abandoned trolley terminal under NYC's Delancey Street could become the 'Low Line' -- an underground park. (New York Times)

Mobile, Alabama, gets its first bike racks. (Press-Register)

Obesity is a major problem for America's truck drivers. (New York Times)

Who's buying hybrids? Looks like people on the West Coast. (NPR)

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Features

Weekend Update: Finger Painters, Cellphone Photographers and Mobile Musicians Converge on New York City

Friday, October 22, 2010

They're using mobile phones for talking, texting, e-mailing, playing video games, and now...fine art.

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WNYC News

At Least Someone is Getting Free Health Care in this City

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Fee spay/neuter clinics for the city's stray cats
Every New Yorker has seen them slinking through a fence into a construction site or dashing down an alley. Feral cats. There are tens of thousands of them living on the streets of the city, the offspring of lost or abandoned ...

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Studio 360

Commentary: Ring My Cell

Saturday, May 22, 2004

No doubt you were as amused or annoyed as everybody else when cell phones began playing little tunes for rings. And now that cell phones are polyphonic, they are beginning to sound like actual music. So does it make sense that a band has now released an entire album exclusively ...

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Studio 360

Scanner

Saturday, May 01, 2004

Almost all of us, given the opportunity, indulge the eavesdropping urge, especially when overhearing cell phone conversations. The sound artist known as "Scanner" has been incorporating the frequency band of cell phones in his work since the early 1990s. Produced by Michael Raphael.

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Studio 360

Scanner

Saturday, January 25, 2003

Almost all of us, given the opportunity, indulge the eavesdropping urge, especially overheard cell phone conversations. The sound artist known as "Scanner" has been incorporating the frequency band of cell phones in his work since the early 1990s. Produced by Michael Raphael.

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