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Zune, already long dead, keeps dying some more

Oct 4, 2011
Buried deep in some Microsoft support website is some language that indicates that yes, Zune is no more. We had heard a while ago that production...
Posted In: brown zune, Microsoft, Tech Report, windows phone 7, zune
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Mid-day Update: More on Japan, goodbye Zune

Mar 15, 2011
On today's show, Marketplace continued to follow the effects of Friday's earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The Japanese government is monitoring the...
Posted In: Dai-Ichi, evacuation, Fukushima, gas prices, Hawaii, iodide, Japan, Microsoft, mid-day update, millionaire, nuclear, nuclear energy, nuclear power, Oil, oil price, radiation, Tokyo, Twitter, zune
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Zune player dies, Zune lives on

Mar 15, 2011
Microsoft will no longer make Zune music players citing weak demand and a desire to focus on the smartphone market. This should come as no shock to...
Posted In: apple, brown zune, business, Entertainment, gadgets, ipod, Microsoft, Music, zune
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Zite! Yep, another nonsense dot com word to learn.

Mar 9, 2011
Zite is a personalized magazine app for iPad that pulls from your Twitter feed and/or your Google Reader to create a magazine based on stuff you...
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets, iPad, iPad 2, Web Culture, zite, zune

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