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Earlier this morning, I got a chance to catch up with Dr. Sanjay Jha, co-CEO of Motorola, soon after his company reported earnings (they met Wall Street’s modest expectations) to talk about everything from the state of the mobile market to prospects for Motorola. I will […] Read more »

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MySpace rolled out a new email service in beta today, symbolizing the beleaguered social network’s first step towards redeeming its fallen status. The new service, called MySpace Mail, is gradually being rolled out over the next two weeks to the social network’s 130 million users worldwide. […] Read more »

Remember how in 2006, Apple tried to stop Podcast Ready, Inc. from using the word “podcast” because it infringed on their trademarks? For a brief time, there was talk of Apple cracking-down on anyone who dared use the term in their products or services. Apple’s lawyers […] Read more »

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The latest news about selling part of Reed Business came in tandem with word that Tad Smith is leaving Reed Business Information-USA. We’ve… Read more »

Whether it’s future baseball stars or computer jocks, the conventional wisdom is to catch them while they’re young. And while that’s an effective strategy for recruiting talent, it’s also a great way to secure customers. Apple, Dell and countless other companies offer special products to college […] Read more »

»  Even though there was an 8% drop in mobile handset shipments last quarter, there’s a hint of recovery in those numbers. [Cellul… Read more »

Wayne Rosso, the long-time outspoken P2P exec, pulled out of efforts to reformulate The Pirate Bay earlier this week, as first reported by CNET. Swedish public company Global Gaming Factory had announced yet-to-be-executed plans to acquire the enormous legally troubled file sharing site and tracker last […] Read more »

It’s still 2009, but that didn’t stop Will over at WebWorkerDaily from kicking the tires of Microsoft Office 2010. He shares his initial hands-on thoughts on the productivity boosters and it sounds promising. Of course, our fave is in the mix now that OneNote is included […] Read more »

I’ve been looking for an up-to-date, Gecko-based browser to replace the discontinued Netscape Navigator 9 on my old G4 Pismo PowerBook running OS 10.4 Tiger. Navigato still works well, is based on the now-ancient Firefox 2 and probably has some security vulnerabilities. Firefox 3.5 and Camino […] Read more »

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New York-based Cellufun, which makes free games that integrate chatting and other social features, has secured about $1 million in bridge fi… Read more »

Following months of bearish stories about the prospects for thin-film solar, First Solar delivered the kind of results for the second quarter that Wall Street likes to refer to as “blowout.” Revenue and net income nearly doubled in the recent 3-month period and both were wildly […] Read more »

Waiting for eBay to spin off Skype into the stock market? Don’t hold your breath. A legal battle with a company controlled by Skype’s founders could delay the move until at least the second half of next year — and possibly put the entire offering into […] Read more »

»  Is Twitter ruining sports journalism by cutting out reporters and letting the athletes control the message? [USA Today]

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http://www.youtube.com/v/1LVwRK3mTO4&rel=0&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en&feature=player_embedded&fs=1 Evernote, the data catch-all service that’s indispensable to many a mobile user, just added non-searchable PDF support to its repertoire of features. For those not familiar with Evernote — the platform captures data from various sources and scans the text so you can search through all of […] Read more »

Consumers are still looking to hold onto their memories with hard-copy photographs. At a time when many tech-savvy users are uploading their entire photographic lives to Facebook or Flickr, many others — especially those with kids looking to send pictures to grandparents or other far-away relatives […] Read more »

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