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Marketers start to make sense of Big Data

Jun 26, 2012
Online travel site Orbitz offers pricier hotels to Apple computer users after data shows they tend to pay more than Windows PC owners.
Posted In: advertising, marketing, apple
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How Americans view institutions, big and small

Jun 21, 2012
As part of our weekly Attitude Check, we look at recent Gallup data on how Americans feel about big versus small business, government, and other institutions.
Posted In: big business, Small Business, government, apple
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Apple's iOS Maps leaves off transit lines

Jun 20, 2012
Public transportation advocates are miffed that Apple has left off directions to bus and train stops from its new mapping software.
Posted In: apple, maps, Transit
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Microsoft’s Surface: Will it be worth scratching?

Jun 18, 2012
A forthcoming tablet from the makers of Windows and Xbox offers a built-in keyboard and a lot of things that might remind you of the iPad.
Posted In: Microsoft, tablets, apple, iPad, Google, censorship
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We Are Anonymous: A peek inside the hacker group

Jun 14, 2012
A new book examines the hacking collective, where it came from and where it’s going.
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Apple rumors heat up; political donations via text

Jun 11, 2012
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off today, and rumors of a new operating system are abound. Plus, political candidates will soon want you to text them some cash.
Posted In: text messages, FEC, 2012 election, apple
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App developers vie for Apple customers

Jun 11, 2012
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco today, analysts expect newly designed laptops, perhaps a new Apple TV, and an updated operating system for mobile devices.
Posted In: apple tv, apple, app
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Are you an iPhone or an Android?

Jun 11, 2012
In the battle of the mobile superpowers, it's Apple v. Google and iPhone v. Android -- and consumers have to choose. Which culture do you fit in best?
Posted In: iPhone, android, apple
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Is the government reading your emails right now?

Jun 6, 2012
You can't know for sure. Surveillance orders in federal courts are reportedly on the rise -- and unless the orders lead to actual charges, the person being watched doesn't know.
Posted In: surveillance, Google, apple, Tech Report Theater
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White House summit on botnet combat held

May 31, 2012
Industry titans gather to figure out how to keep people off zombie networks.
Posted In: botnets, security, siri, apple

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