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Downloads vs. Vinyl: Clash of the Trendlines!

Apr 30, 2010
Interesting divergence coming out of our editorial meeting today:...

Adobe responds to Steve Jobs.

Apr 29, 2010
The Adobe response to Jobs' Flash letter. Anyone else feel an urge to look away?

Chillout Song

Apr 29, 2010
Well, of course Ze Frank is one of the top people on the whole interweb. Smart, funny, humane, extraordinarily talented. So he made that song tha...

Steve Jobs has thoughts on Flash

Apr 29, 2010
I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe's Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash ...

Clearly, Future Tense has the magic touch

Apr 28, 2010
On today's show, we talked about the potential sale of Palm and indicated that no one appeared to be rushing forth with a checkbook to buy the...
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Whither Palm?

Apr 27, 2010
When Palm rolled out the Palm Pre smart phone last summer, it looked like a serious challenger to the iPhone. Critics loved it, especially its Web...
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Privacy hole in new Facebook?

Apr 27, 2010
On the last episode of the show we talked about the changes to Facebook that make your life on the social media site even more public. We also...
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How to opt out of Facebook's new features.

Apr 26, 2010
Look, it's going to take a while. But here's what you do:...
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Are you on Facebook even when you're not on Facebook?

Apr 26, 2010
The social media giant Facebook recently rolled out some changes to how it's 500 million users will experience the web. Not just what users will...
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Yes, but is Schumer on Farmville?

Apr 26, 2010
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) has asked the FTC to design privacy rules for social networking sites, including clear guidelines on how...
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