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NYT says Tesla Model S review the result of shaky judgment, Musk calls it even

www.engadget.com
The dust-up over the New York Times' Tesla Model S review may have left no real winners, but that doesn't preclude at least trying to reach the truth. According to the newspaper's Public Editor, Margaret Sullivan, the final answer rests where it often does: in between the two extremes....
NYT says Tesla Model S review the result of shaky judgment, Musk calls it even

GOOD Knows What's Up: Platforms Are the Future of Internet Content

pandodaily.com
GOOD has spent the last six years peddling its civic-minded journalism through its magazine, website, and newsletter, but today it is taking a big step into the future of the Internet by launching a platform: good.is. Ostensibly, the publication is expanding its scope so that it can function as...
GOOD Knows What's Up: Platforms Are the Future of Internet Content

Why you need to work with the machine, not against it

venturebeat.com
Whether or not you were aware of it at the time, the world changed in 2011 when Ken Jennings lost to IBM’s Watson on Jeopardy. As a part humorous, part chilling conclusion to the historic show, Jennings wrote the following beneath his final answer: I, for one, welcome our new computer overlords....
Why you need to work with the machine, not against it

Oracle's Billion Dollar Question: Can You Copyright a Language?

www.readwriteweb.com
The two-year-long legal battle between Google and Oracle began its final confrontation today in San Francisco district court. At stake in the eight-week showdown? The future of the Java programming language and Android, the world's most popular smartphone operating system. That's not all. Sponsor This epic contest may also affect...
Oracle's Billion Dollar Question: Can You Copyright a Language?
Final answer: U.S. hits Chinese solar makers with tariffs

TNW projects that Windows XP will lose its market share crown to Windows 7 this month

thenextweb.com
According to TNW’s calculations, and Net Applications’ operating system market share information, we can anticipate that Windows 7 will overtake Windows XP’s global market share in late July. Our estimates point to the changeover occuring on July 23rd, at around 3:30 Pacific, but suffice it to know that it should happen...
TNW projects that Windows XP will lose its market share crown to Windows 7 this month
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