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Amazon sells more invisible electric books than actual books

Jul 20, 2010
Hard cover ones anyway. Yeah, this one shocked me. Of course, I just downloaded War & Peace for free from Amazon so I guess anything is...
Posted In: Amazon, e-readers, publishing

The Golden Age of Magazines (might be right now)

Jul 20, 2010
The iPad is showing off magazines' best assets.

Tron and Meta-Tron

Jul 19, 2010
I see where there's a new Tron game for the iPhone. I am totally going to download it and play it. There is no way I won't. Not because it's free,...
Posted In: video games

Tech with Glamour for more ad sales

Jul 19, 2010
After months of dwindling ad sales, the magazine is looking a little brighter -- particularly for Glamour. The women's magazine reported a 57 percent jump in ad sales for its September issue compared to last year. Marketplace's Janet Babin looks into one big factor for the increase: The iPad.

Shhh: Google quietly fails at something (else)

Jul 19, 2010
Powerful as it may be, and as much as it continues to absorb, amoeba-like, the collected knowledge of the world, Google has its fair share of...
Posted In: Google, phones

Jobs gets defensive, grumbles, gives away free cases

Jul 19, 2010
Steve Jobs finally addresses the issue of the iPhone 4 antennae.

What Old Spice Man can teach you about social marketing

Jul 16, 2010
Silver fish hand catch!

Apple to give out free bumpers

Jul 16, 2010
There has been no video of the big Apple announcement today but here's what it comes down to. Jobs said the issue with the antenna is one that...
Posted In: apple, iPhone

MySpace offers dramatic redesign to user pages

Jul 16, 2010
(Buried lede: MySpace still exists!) One of the main selling points to MySpace used to be that it let users design their own pages – use crazy...
Posted In: Facebook, MySpace

Was Apple really sorry about the iPhone 4?

Jul 16, 2010
Apple CEO Steve Jobs held a conference today regarding the iPhone 4 and he offered a fix for the phone's reception problem -- a special case -- but he didn't seem too apologetic.

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