Daily Tech Roundup: iPad Gone Wild, ‘Google Baby’And The $6 Billion Battery

After months of wavering, Apple has decided that iPad will carry an uncensored visual adaptation of James Joyce's Ulysses. Ulysses Seen worried Apple because it contains an image of a bare-chested Goddess.

In India, the going rate for a surrogate mother is only $6,000, significantly less than in the United States. Meet the director of Google Baby, a documentary that explains how the Internet and FedEx help make international surrogacy possible.

Detroit has received $6 billion in investments to make the next generation of batteries. That's good for jobs, but just how good?



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