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They lasted a LOT longer than I thought they would …

The once king of all Mobile, has apparently decided to shirk the consumer market and return to chasing business customers again. That’s a good idea I guess but the analyst in the peace thinks that people will once again want

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Netflix Agrees to Pay Comcast to End Web Traffic Jam – WSJ.com

Apparently Netflix decided to pay Comcast’s protection. Comcast must have made an offer they Netflix couldn’t refuse. This does not bode well for innovation in the future. I’m sure the other ISPs will also ask for their pound of flesh

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Exhibit A for Net Neutrality

Verizon wants to be paid by consumers and Cogent, but Cogent refuses to pay. by Jon Brodkin – Feb 21 2014, 2:06pm EST BROADBAND NETWORKING 440 Anthony Fine The battle over who should pay to carry Netflix traffic is heating

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TARGET!!! MAKE A DEAL!!!

Target and other stores have a problem with a simple solution. They can not compete with Amazon on price. They simple don’t have the over head of running thousands of stores all over the country. They have an advantage that.

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Google Drive for Linux Is on the Way | PCWorld Business Center

Someday Linux will no longer be an afterthought. Even to companies that rely so heavily on Linux for their products and internal processes. The Google Drive launch has been one of the big announcements of the week, but it was

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What Steve Jobs means to me – part I

One of the most important technology story of the last couple of  weeks was the passing of Steve Jobs. Over that time media has been commenting on how this one man’s vision changed how  our relationship with computers. Even if you never

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Great interview of Entrepreneur Curtis Pope, CEO of AisleFinder.com

Black Web 2.0 posts a Robert Scoble interview of Curtis Pope, a young entrepreneur who founded AisleFinder.com, an online shopping site that helps you find items in the grocery store. This is really a great idea. Every time I go shopping, invariably two things

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I’m definitely not sticking with AT&T after the merger

I just caught this from Everything Android: Let’s get this straight people. If I by a a piece of hardware. It’s MY piece of hardware. And it is correct for my to run ANY piece of software that I legally

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I’m going to miss T-Mobile when it’s gone

AT&T has begun cracking down on those subscribers who are tethering their laptops or other Wi-Fi enabled devices to their smart phones for Internet access. The company began sending texts and e-mails to those it suspects are doing so without

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Amazon AppStore is open for business

The anticipated Amazon AppStore went live to day. And today only AngryBirds Rio is free. (I’m totally addicted to Angry birds) Apple filed it’s response with the US District Court of Northern California.

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