If Apple Tanks Further It Could Take Down These Companies With It (AAPL)
If Apple Tanks Further It Could Take Down These Companies With It (AAPL)
                                       

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IBM's potential x86 server sale to Lenovo highlights oncoming train

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IBM famously unloaded its PC business to Lenovo well before the post PC era hit. Is Big Blue bailing on commodity servers before the floor falls out?...
IBM's potential x86 server sale to Lenovo highlights oncoming train

NBN bringing 1Gbps network to Aussies by the end of 2013

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Don't want to trek it to Provo, Utah -- or Austin or Kansas City -- to get 1Gbps internet courtesy of Google Fiber? By the end of this year, you can venture Down Under to get comparable speeds courtesy of Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN). The wholesale price for...
NBN bringing 1Gbps network to Aussies by the end of 2013

Man who sold up to four million counterfeit headphones gets two years in jail

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A man accused of being one of the "most prolific sellers" of counterfeit electronics in the UK has just been sent down for two and a half years. Over 4,000 KiRFs, mainly consisting of knock-off Sennheiser and Monster headphones, were found at Michael Reeder's address, with a value of...
Man who sold up to four million counterfeit headphones gets two years in jail

Engadget Podcast 340 - 04.19.13

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We're only 60 weeks away from the big 400th podcast, and the excitement is starting to build. So we guess that's why they've demolished the old studio? This week they've moved our hosts into temporary residence while -- we assume -- they build a new, deluxe suite in preparation....
Engadget Podcast 340 - 04.19.13

HTC One available on T-Mobile's website today, arriving in stores April 24th

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We've had a feeling the date was quickly and quietly approaching, but T-Mobile has finally handed out details on when (and where) the HTC One will be available. Beginning today, you'll be able to head to T-Mo's site and pick one up, but the brick-and-mortar stores won't be receiving...
HTC One available on T-Mobile's website today, arriving in stores April 24th

Amazon reportedly launching in Russia, goes on Kindle-related hiring spree

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Amazon is fleshing out its international empire. The company has already conquered the US, Japan, UK and Canada, and has even launched an ebook assault on the Chinese mainland. Now it looks like the online giant has settled on its next target: Russia. According to a report in the...
Amazon reportedly launching in Russia, goes on Kindle-related hiring spree

Amazon unleashes 'Pilot Season' with 14 original shows

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New Amazon's been doing plenty of talking around its original programming, but now the site's ready to show us the goods. The mega-retailer this morning has made available pilot episodes for 14 new original series, crowdsourcing its programming block by soliciting viewer feedback. Head on over to the source link...
Amazon unleashes 'Pilot Season' with 14 original shows

Apple confirms it keeps Siri data for up to two years

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New It's no secret that Apple hangs onto your Siri data for some length of time (as does other companies with search data and the like), but it hasn't been clear exactly how long it keeps that data sitting on its servers. Wired has now cleared that up somewhat, though,...
Apple confirms it keeps Siri data for up to two years

Distro Issue 87: The HTC First goes super social with Facebook Home

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New Talk of a Facebook phone had been making the rounds for some time when the social network pulled the wraps off of a Home-draped Android handset. While it's not solely dedicated to those shades of blue, the HTC First does put friends in focus and we judge its merits...
Distro Issue 87: The HTC First goes super social with Facebook Home

BBC America signs video advertising deal with Twitter

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New BBC America has signed a deal with Twitter to of the first "in-Tweet branded video synced to entertainment TV series." The announcement, made through Twitter itself, provides little detail in the way of what exactly the service entails, but does mention popular shows Doctor Who and Top Gear in the...
BBC America signs video advertising deal with Twitter
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