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CHART: Market Estimates For Google Glass And Other Wearable Devices Are All Over The Place

Pope's Tweets Aren't Any More Infallible Than Yours

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The Pope, in the flesh. (Photo: flickr.com/Jess Pac) Pope Benedict is due to start tweeting December 12, under the handle @pontifex. His Holiness has almost 375,000 followers already, and that number's still inching slowly northward. But will those tweets be infallible? Are we going to get into some terrible theological...
Pope's Tweets Aren't Any More Infallible Than Yours

What WSJ got wrong about Groupon

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Are VCs really backing away from Groupon? FORTUNE -- Have you heard that early Groupon (GRPN) investors are bailing on the company? Well, some of them. Maybe less than half. But one of them is a big name, so it must mean the entire Internet sector is screwed. Does this strike...
What WSJ got wrong about Groupon

Court Says Pfizer May Be Liable For Side Effects Of Drug, Even Though Man Took Non-Pfizer Generic Version

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An interesting case in the Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that a man who developed a movement disorder (tardive dyskinesia) after taking a generic version of the drug Reglan can sue Pfizer, the maker of Reglan, even though it did not make the actual generic he had taken (he took...
Court Says Pfizer May Be Liable For Side Effects Of Drug, Even Though Man Took Non-Pfizer Generic Version

If Facebook ads don’t work, it’s the fault of advertisers

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The ‘speed bump’ versus search ad comparison is an interesting one. Back in time, in the age of black and white television, it was possible to book an ad across the three major broadcast networks, and hit, at once, a simply massive percentage of the US population. That was the...
If Facebook ads don’t work, it’s the fault of advertisers

Why Can’t BlackBerry Muddle Through? They’re Not The 99%

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Horace Dediu at Asymco has run the numbers and it’s not looking good. Samsung and Apple now control an estimated 99% of vendor profits with HTC scraping in with 1%. BlackBerry and Nokia barely register and, in fact, form a loss. First, I’d like to note why Dediu believes carriers...
Why Can’t BlackBerry Muddle Through? They’re Not The 99%

Lies, Damn Lies, And Robots

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While it gives me little pleasure to call out New York Times writer John Broder for his clearly weird Tesla S test-drive, I do appreciate the way Elon and the team at Tesla called him to task for seemingly falsifying his experience in the car. I’d like to give Broder...
Lies, Damn Lies, And Robots

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

From The Pebble Smartwatch To Google Glass: Gauging The New Mobile Market For Wearable Devices

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Those betting big on wearable computing believe an assorted new crop of gadgets -- mostly worn on the wrist or as eyewear -- will transform the way in which we interact with the rest of our devices. What is perhaps most intriguing about them is that they will serve new purposes....
From The Pebble Smartwatch To Google Glass: Gauging The New Mobile Market For Wearable Devices

Apple Shop muddle prompts new name

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A Norfolk business called the Apple Shop changes its name after becoming inundated with complaints about iPhones and iPads....
Apple Shop muddle prompts new name
CHART: Just How Big Will The New Mobile Market For Wearable Devices Become?

Trolls: where do they come from?

www.guardian.co.uk
From goat-hassling monsters to online nuisances, trolls have had a bad press. But they are not the same as bullies – recent stories have created a linguistic muddleThe story, if apocryphal, is at least a fair approximation of the truth. In 1840, a delegation of Russian investors paid a visit...
Trolls: where do they come from?
CHART: Wearable Computing Market Estimates Are All Over The Place
The AMD Radeon HD 7950 BIOS issue, take two

WEARABLE COMPUTING: A New Mobile Market Takes Shape

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Those betting big on wearable computing believe an assorted new crop of gadgets -- mostly worn on the wrist or as eyewear -- will transform the way in which we interact with the rest of our devices. But wearables won't just complement smartphones. What is perhaps most intriguing about them is...
WEARABLE COMPUTING: A New Mobile Market Takes Shape

Making Sense of All the New Laptop Flavors

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Just when you thought it was safe to shop for a new laptop, a fresh problem stands in the way of laptop buyers: confusion. The shelves are now filled with shiny new PCs and Macs running revamped operating systems, but it’s suddenly more complicated to choose a new laptop, especially...
Making Sense of All the New Laptop Flavors
Buying Tumblr Will Leave Yahoo With The Same Old Identity Crisis
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