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Sony to bundle PS3 with first-person foot shooter

Looks like you may have plenty of time to find the second job you'll need to afford to purchase Sony's exorbitantly priced PlayStation 3  (see "So that's one PlayStation 3 -- will that be cash, credit or your firstborn?" Read More →

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Google in 20 years (Site not suitable for the easily offended) and some very old muppet videos (Thanks Karen)

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After we cleaned out the employee porn and music files, we found we had some extra room

What do you sell a customer who has everything? A place to put it in, of course. So it is that Amazon, which has done its part to fill shelves and closets across America, will take the interesting step of Read More →

Next up: Geto Boyz launch a tagged photo-sharing site

Well, now we know why MC Hammer has been bumming around Google HQ and YouTube: He's got a stealth start-up. From Liquid Generation, which advises against spreading rumors like these:

"MC Hammer is currently alpha testing the latest Read More →

Murdoch explains comets to dinosaurs

Pardon my cynicism, but any industry with a society called The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers probably deserves any grenades thrown at it, even if they come from Rupert Murdoch. Speaking at a gathering of the ... ah Read More →

And we'll have a clown and balloons to keep the analysts and media entertained

Sony Computer Entertainment's decision to open its annual developer meeting to the press and analysts is fueling speculation that the company plans to announce some milestones for its much anticipated PlayStation 3 console -- perhaps even a launch date Read More →

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"You're starting to hear conversation openers that have clearly been lifted from that day's blog. It's kind of like going into a bar and having someone ask you what your sign is; the cue is just taken from somewhere else. Read More →

iTunes to be rebranded "FreedomTunes" in France

The French are testing Steve Jobs' patience again. The French government has proposed a bill, known as the Author's Rights Law, that would require digital music merchants like Apple's iTunes to provide songs for sale in a digitized Read More →

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The Streaking Game which occupied me far longer than it should have early this morning. (Many thanks, Freddy)

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