A bottle of pills to kick the bottle

A reassessment of the nature of alcohol addiction is starting to pique Big Pharma's interest. For years the industry has been lukewarm, assuming either that finding a cure for alcoholism is impossible, or else that the target market—homeless drop-outs, jobless bums and convicted drink drivers—would not make for great returns. Now changing western attitudes and cheap supermarket-supplied alcohol have made excessive drinking normal, including among the middle classes. Some experts predict the arrival soon of a new generation of drugs to help everyday drinkers.

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Slicing Google’s revenue pie

Consumers know Google primarily as a search engine, but in reality Google is the world's biggest ad-driven media company. Take a look at its revenue pie.

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Read emails and SMS while driving

New software and hardware offerings can read your e-mail and text messages to you while you're driving behind the wheel. It's all hands-free— so you won't risk garnering any annoying tickets for texting while driving.

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