The woman who posted a video of her children dancing to the Prince tune "Let's Go Crazy," and waged a three-year court fight with a top record comp... read more »
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Facebook announced this week that it's seeking user comment on a proposed redesign of its privacy policy that's meant to make the policy easier to un... read more »
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Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, the law firm that has filed copyright complaints against thousands of accused illegal file sharers on behalf of independent ... read more »
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Marketers have become more realistic about how to best engage their audiences, according to the results of a new IBM survey. The State of Mark... read more »
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All hail the Web's Caesar. All hail the power of the rumor. Facebook is closing down. The Roman Emperor of social networking is tired of it all. He ... read more »
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Jim Bankoff, the former AOL exec responsible for buying Engadget for the Internet portal, has grabbed eight staffers who had left the huge tech sit... read more »
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The U.S. Supreme Court says an antitrust suit against major record companies can go forward. (Credit: Daniel Terdiman/CNET) The U.S. Supreme Court... read more »
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The long saga of the Lime Wire company appears to be close to an ending. The maker of the popular LimeWire file-sharing software--a peer-to-peer s... read more »
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When she was in high school, all of her friends wanted to work at Google. So offered Lady Gaga as she wandered into the Googleplex and showed them ... read more »
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Bewoulf, as viewed in the iPhone version of the British Library&39's Treasures app (Credit: British Library) Injecting some high-brow culture int... read more »
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This blog has always had love at its heart. So I know that, at this time of year, those of you who work too hard--or merely drink too much--might be... read more »
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I've had an eyeful of television this week. Straight after the State of the Union, there was the odd state of Tea Party spokeswoman Michelle Bachman... read more »
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There's something vaguely touching when a brand shows it understands your ways, rather than telling you how you ought to live. So who could fail to a... read more »
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The Texas attorney general's office has demanded Google turn over a broad range of internal documents as part of an antitrust review of the sear... read more »
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The trade group representing the six major Hollywood film studios filed a copyright suit in federal court against online video distributor Zediva to... read more »
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A fact sheet details how Google Offers would work. (Credit: Mashable) Just a month after being rebuffed in a buyout offer of Groupon, Google is ... read more »
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Yahoo has taken the "beta" tag off its Yahoo Mail. The Web giant, which introduced the beta offering of its online e-mail service in October, begins ... read more »
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Credit: James Martin/CNET) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview this week he would like to create a saf... read more »
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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission may soon be adding its name to the list of government agencies investigating Google's dominance of Internet sear... read more »
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Fueled by its PayPal division, eBay reported first quarter results today that exceeded expectations. Revenues jumped 16 percent to $2.5 billion, ... read more »
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