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Friday, September 20, 2019
 

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Is it evil to fire a revolting employee?
What do you do when one of your marketing guys decides to take a few weeks off and help overthrow a medium-sized government?

PlayStation phone released
Sony Ericsson has launched the Xperia Play. This Android phone’s main purpose is gaming. It is primarily meant to compete with the iPhone.

Privacy protection and IE9: who can you trust?
Among the most significant new features in Internet Explorer 9 is a framework for giving users more control over their online privacy.

J.C. Penney cheats for top Google searches
J.C. Penney might soon find itself on Google’s bad side. The department store reportedly used unauthorized methods to bolster its Website’s search rank. Google says such methods are comparable with cheating.

Microsoft’s ecosystem is a tough sell to Verizon
An executive from the largest U.S. wireless operator is skeptical about Microsoft’s chances of becoming the "third" major player in the mobile OS wars, even with its latest partnership with Nokia.

Microsoft CEO: Mobile is all about the platform
Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer in his opening keynote address at the Mobile World Congress where he emphasized that the battle in mobile is more about the software platform rather than individual devices

When Groupon goofs, everyone notices
Sure, it’s a young company, but unlike many of its peers in Silicon Valley, the mistakes of its youth are visible to average consumers.

Apple unveils subscription service in App Store
Publishers can set the price and length of subscriptions. Payment processing will be handled by Apple, which will get 30 percent of the revenue for new subscribers.

HTC buddies up with Facebook for two social-networking phones
After denying early reports, HTC and Facebook reveal two Android smartphones, the HTC ChaCha and Salsa, built around the popular social networking site

 

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