Video of the unveiling of the $2,500 two cylinder four-seater 50 mpg family car known as the Nano was picked by from Tata Motors in India. NBC's Ian Williams narrated from Bangkok while ABC had anchor Charles Gibson (embargoed link) do the chores from New York…in a counterpoint to all the hi-tech hoopla at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, CBS' Daniel Sieberg worried about so-called e-waste--the polluting heavy metal toxins from equipment that is trashed not recycled. He visited the Computer Resources Center in the San Francisco Bay Area's Alameda County where a sculpture has been made from discarded parts. Check out James Burgett's giant skull.
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