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On eve of protests, Germany backs away from ACTA

The Sin(ofsky)s Of The Father

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The Sin(ofsky)s Of The Father: A day later, all of the stories about the Steven Sinofsky departure seem to be pointing in the same general direction: That he was indeed fired (or asked to leave). That he clashed with Steve Ballmer. That he didn't work well with others. That Ballmer...
The Sin(ofsky)s Of The Father
Lessons From Samsung's Chairman Lee: Sometimes It Takes A Match

Seven Questions for the Man Shaking Up HP's Operations, John Hinshaw

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After the toughest year in its history, it may be a while before many HP employees have anything resembling like a spring in their step, but the fact is that that there are early, encouraging signs that the turnaround CEO Meg Whitman is trying to engineer isn’t going to be...
Seven Questions for the Man Shaking Up HP's Operations, John Hinshaw
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Google says that harmful ads dropped by 50% in 2011, shares a video on ad safety

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We’re a Googling nation and along with getting our wonderful search results, we’re shown a bunch of context-relevant ads. It’s how Google makes its money and it’s not going to change anytime soon. In a post entitled “Making our ads better for everyone“, Google discusses the process that advertisers must...
Google says that harmful ads dropped by 50% in 2011, shares a video on ad safety

Why The Onion Is Awesome for Publishing Details of Its Twitter Hack

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The Onion, the satirical news site that saw its Twitter account hijacked by a Syrian hacker group earlier this week, has just performed a pretty significant bit of public service. In a detailed post, the site’s tech team has published a fairly thorough tick-tock on how the attack was carried...
Why The Onion Is Awesome for Publishing Details of Its Twitter Hack

Nokia set to open its first manufacturing center in Vietnam on April 23

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Nokia is awaiting the final permits before it begins the construction of its first manufacturing plant in Vietnam, which is scheduled to open April 23, according to Vietnamese news site BaoMoi. The Finnish firm already has a memorandum of understanding over the site but it is waiting on the required...
Nokia set to open its first manufacturing center in Vietnam on April 23
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