Tech Tidbits: No website for Scott Brown, Google slashes phone fees

--Looks like newly elected Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) still doesn't have a web site. Maybe the snow has slowed him down, but it's surprising given his campaign's strong Internet presence.

--All 20 federal agencies ordered to open up data by the president's December Open Government Directive managed to create a page within their site by Saturday's deadline. The main requirement was to create a way for citizens to interact with the agency and give feedback. Here's a full list of what each agency did to satisfy the requirements.

--After the FCC asked Google some pointed questions about its high early termination fees for its Nexus One phone, Google has responded by slashing that fee from $350 to $150. Consumer groups cheered Google's move as well as the FCC for putting pressure on the company.

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