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  • Morris, YouNoob

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t there a federal law that shields online services from liability for copyright violations its customers may commit? So why all the fuss over […]

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  • Nintendo runs on populist platform

    At times during the competitive cycles, the game console race has looked like one of those electoral contests where it’s hard to tell the Republicrat from the Democan — some […]

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  • Quoted

    "IPod is the Pong of digital music. Let’s take it to the next level. And connected is what its all about." – Microsoft VP J Allard introduces a new Zune […]

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  • PC Forum takes a dirt nap

    PC Forum, one of the tech industry’s most elite conferences, is no more. Earlier this week, the event’s organizer quietly announced that PC Forum 2006 would be the last. “It […]

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  • Quoted

    "Turd bird" — News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch’s new pet name for DirecTV  after learning FCC head Kevin Martin looks unfavorably upon a merger between it and smaller competitor Echostar

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  • Gee, thanks, Uncle Bill — that’s almost an iPod. Did you save the receipt?

    Gee, thanks, Uncle Bill — that’s almost an iPod. Did you save the receipt?

    It’s been a big week for media players. First Apple uncrates the next and variant iterations of its iconic iPod line (see “New gadget wirelessly streams your salary to the […]

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  • IT or just a piece of IT?

    IT or just a piece of IT?

    "If enough people see the machine you won’t have to convince them to architect cities around it. It’ll just happen." — Apple CEO Steve Jobs on the Segway personal transporter […]

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  • Off Topic

    neave.tv, Roof Top Comedy, and The Mimulator

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  • AccuVote — that’s an oxymoron, right?

    AccuVote — that’s an oxymoron, right?

    At what point does a brand become synonymous with its product? It took Google just a few years to become synonymous with search. Isn’t it about time Diebold became the […]

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  • Technically, the “don’t be evil” rule doesn’t apply to contractors

    After largely ignoring the Beltway for years, Google is ramping up its presence on K Street, ground zero for federal government lobbying firms. The company, which last year hired PodestaMattoon […]

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