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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • Outdated Federal IT Gobbles Up Vendor Opportunities
  • Tech Big Shots Rumored Lining Up for Twitter
  • Music Industry Rebounds on Streaming Subscription Surge
  • Hack of Half a Billion Records Takes Shine Off Yahoo's Data Trove
  • Samsung Green-Lights Galaxy Note7 Replacements
  • Comcast Takes the Wireless Plunge


  • Oracle Snags Palerra to Beef Up Cloud Security
  • Samsung Troubles Deepen Following Formal CPSC Action
  • Pandora Plus Trades Ad Views for Extra Features
  • Google Pursues Both Fiber and Wireless Broadband Ambitions
  • Adblock Plus Now Means Ad Blocking Plus Ads
  • Alphabet Think Tank Spearheads Online Counterterrorism Campaign
  • Samsung Catches a Small Break in Midst of Note7 Battery Pummeling
  • Feds Seek Vendor Help for Payroll Processing Upgrade
  • Amazon Drops Wells Fargo Student Loan Program Like Hot Potato
  • Deconstructing the Software Business
  • Dropbox Drops Other Shoe in Years-Old Data Breach
  • It's Time for Comcast to Get Off the Wireless Fence
  • American Bookworms Still Love Paper
  • That Hissing Sound Is the Last Bit of Air Leaking From Apple's Balloon
  • Google Fiber's Long, Tough Road Is Full of Twists and Turns
  • Feds Warn States to Batten Down Hatches Following Election System Attacks
  • Echo Owners May Get Their Own Kind of Music
  • Europe Duns Apple for $14.5B in Illegal Tax Breaks
  • Federal Agencies Told to Share Their Software
  • HPE, HP Sued for Elbowing Out Older Employees
  • Dark Days Ahead for Companies That Fail Customers
  • Defense Department Drifts Toward Commercial Cloud
  • Amazon Sets Up New Auto Research Shop
  • WhatsApp Shaves Off a Little More Privacy
  • Google Cracks Down on Intrusive Mobile Ads
  • Kobe Bryant Pours Energy - and Money - Into Tech
  • Verizon Toys With Risky App Revenue Plan
  • Sony Tips PS4 Slim Standard Strategy
  • Russian Gang Suspected of Hacking Oracle's POS System
  • Lights Out for Gawker.com
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    What do you think of politically inspired Internet memes?
    They tend to be brutally honest about their targets.
    They're usually cheap shots based on lies.
    They're often stupid but amusing.
    They can have a dangerous influence on uninformed people.
    They don't impress me one way or the other.