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I’m saved. Two weeks ago, I resigned from CNET after seven years at the technology news site. Today, I can report that I have accepted an offer from The Verge to become a senior reporter. I start in a couple of weeks.  Greg Sandoval When I say “saved,” I’m probably...
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