Fault lines: The lesser known wars in high technology

Fault lines: The lesser known wars in high technology

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In TNW’s ever-running communications back channel, I tossed out a few technology relationships that I found to be significant and, often, contentious. This post is an extension of those thoughts. Who is your friend? Assuming that the enemy of your enemy is your friend, then it might stand to reason that if...
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