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Please welcome your new Android conqueror.

Jan 3, 2011
Research company Nielsen says 41% of new smartphone buyers in the last six months chose Android phones. That's compared to 27% going with iPhones.
Posted In: android, apple, business, gadgets, Google, iPhone
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Online airfare dispute deepens - Expedia drops American

Jan 3, 2011
Over the weekend, Expedia just dropped American. This is an escalation from the dispute as it stood last week, when Expedia was burying American...
Posted In: business, expedia, Transportation, Web Culture
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Wikipedia reaches fundraising goal, creepy Jimmy Wales face to disappear soon

Jan 3, 2011
Wikimedia, the parent company of the online encyclopedia, says it has met its goal of 16 million dollars raised to keep the site commercial free....
Posted In: business, Web Culture, Wikipedia
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Paul Allen renews lawsuit against everyone everywhere for doing everything

Dec 29, 2010
The Microsoft co-founder has been actively suing the following companies for a while now: Apple, Google, Facebook, eBay, AOL, Netflix, Yahoo,...
Posted In: aol, apple, business, ebay, Google, government, Law, netflix, paul allen, Yahoo
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Groupon raising 950 million dollars, dominating its category

Dec 29, 2010
Maybe Groupon wasn't quite so dumb to turn down that 6 billion dollar offer from Google a while back. The increasingly popular group coupon site...
Posted In: business, Google, groupon, social media
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AT&T to expand Wi-Fi hotspot coverage

Dec 28, 2010
They had been doing this in dense areas like Times Square for a while but AT&T is now expanding this program to more spots around New York and...
Posted In: at&t, business, wifi
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Amazon patents incredibly heartless and useful idea

Dec 28, 2010
Amazon has been awarded a patent for a new way to return unwanted gifts. The current system is pretty cumbersome: you have to repackage the ugly...
Posted In: Amazon, business, government, horrible, patents
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Apple gears up to sell a ton of iPhones. Verizon in the mix?

Dec 27, 2010
Apple expects to sell 21 million iPhones in the first quarter of next year. Before they were estimating 19 million. This increased forecast comes...
Posted In: apple, business, gadgets, iPhone, manufacturing, Verizon
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Skype goes down

Dec 23, 2010
The popular internet telephony service crashed hard yesterday, booting millions of users offline. As of today, the service is staggering back to...
Posted In: business, skype
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Microsoft to launch new OS for tablets and mobile

Dec 22, 2010
It always seemed a little odd to me that Microsoft was said to be launching new tablets that ran on the same year-old operating system that they...
Posted In: apple, business, gadgets, iPad, manufacturing, Microsoft, tablets

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