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Sony Busts Out the Ax

Sony will cut some 10,000 jobs, or 6 percent of its international work force, according to a Monday report in The Wall Street Journal, which cited anonymous sources familiar with the situation. ...

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EU Commish: Don’t Act on ACTA

The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, asked the European Parliament not to vote on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA ...

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Is the Price of Chinese Labor Destined to Climb?

On Wednesday Reuters published an article forecasting that China is "losing its title as the world's lowest-cost producer of everything." ...

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Australian Court Hangs Blame for Deceptive Ads on Google

In Australia, a federal court ruled Tuesday that Google was guilty of breaching trade laws by hosting misleading advertisements ...

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Samsung to Build $7B Plant in China

South Korea-based Samsung Electronics announced Monday that it would spend US$7 billion to build a NAND memory chip plan in China ...

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Opening the Vault: How Classic B-Ball Footage Finds New Life Online

March Madness is upon us, and there are few better places for hoops fans to get their fix than the NCAA Vault. ...

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ACTA Action, Part 3

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ACTA Action, Part 2

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ACTA Action, Part 1

With SOPA and PIPA on the back burner (at least for now), ACTA, the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, has become the world's eminent piece of online piracy legislation. A slew of countries, including the U.S., have signed the agreement, but skepticism rages on. There have been protests throughout Europe, threats from Anonymous and resentment from Web users the world over.

Content Intent, Part 3

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Content Intent, Part 2

Content Intent, Part 1 ...

Content Intent, Part 1

As far as exclusive interviews go, you could do a lot worse than getting Herman Cain, and a lot worse than getting him on Nov. 28 ...

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The Politics of Taxing E-Commerce, Part 2

The Politics of Taxing E-Commerce, Part 1 ...

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The Politics of Taxing E-Commerce, Part 1

A recent wave of legislation has given new life to the issue of e-commerce taxes. ...

Quantum Computers, Part 3: A Whole New World

Quantum Computers, Part 2: Zeros and Ones, Both and Neither ...

Quantum Computers, Part 2: Zeros and Ones, Both and Neither

Quantum Computers, Part 1: A Simple Understanding ...

Quantum Computers, Part 1: A Simple Understanding

Good luck finding a nice, clean entry point to discuss quantum computers ...

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Chipping Away at the Great Firewall, Pebble by Pebble

In this podcast, ECT News reporter David Vranicar talks with Clifford Coonan, China correspondent for the Irish Times and The Independent. Coonan, who lives in Beijing, dissects the recent government censorship taking place on China's micro-blogging platforms. ...

Behind the Paywall, Part 3: A Breed Apart

Behind the Paywall, Part 2: You Gotta Have a Gimmick ...

Behind the Paywall, Part 2: You Gotta Have a Gimmick

Behind the Paywall, Part 1: Fan Sites Play Ball ...

To earn your loyalty as a consumer, how important is it that a brand provides a personalized experience?
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