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December 23rd, 2010
01:21 PM ET

THE BIG I: Innovation Challenge

Today's Big I centered around the winning business entry into a competition called Innovation Challenge.

Click here for more information on the winners from University of California Berkeley.

Click here to check out the Innovation Challenge competition.

 


Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • The Big I
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  1. David Thelen

    Problem: The Secretary of Transportation mentioned there needs to be a way to block your cell phone to calls and text messaging while driving. Too many drivers get into accidents using their cell phones while driving.
    Solution: Reprogram the check engine indicator so it will also send a simple message that the car is running.
    Then plug a “smart phone” computer box to the place where check engine computers read the current reasons why this light is on. This new Computer box will call your cell phone provider then update block times on your cell phone’s account until the car is turned off. Then when this new check engine signal is off, this box calls your cell phone provider to reset the cell phone from not being blocked any longer.
    You simply visit any car dealership to install these new boxes, reprogram the check engine computers, and input your cell phone provider account information.

    December 23, 2010 at 1:27 pm |
  2. shirley byrne

    I repeat my conment that the Catholic Hospital in Phoenix has a duty\
    to try to save both the mother and child and have no right to pick and chose their victim.
    Also the group who you quoted as being against what the hospital did
    call themselv es Catholics United but in fact this is a dissident grpup and have no credibility in the Catholic Church. Please correct your comments.

    December 23, 2010 at 4:33 pm |
  3. L. Carroll

    WHY are yo giving Julian Asange a platform to expound on his agendas on CNN??? ENOUGH, already!!!

    December 23, 2010 at 6:51 pm |