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07.22.13
Editorial: Apple's Dash for the Dashboard
07.22.13

Editorial: Apple's Dash for the Dashboard

Cars are dangerous, all the more when drivers reach for controls positioned at arm's length. Road...

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07.09.13
An inside view of the WebTV revolution that didn't happen
07.09.13

An inside view of the WebTV revolution that didn't happen

You might think it should have happened sooner. This week, Microsoft announced it would decommissi...

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07.04.13
Editorial: High Fidelity Pure Audio starting a noble but losing battle
07.04.13

Editorial: High Fidelity Pure Audio starting a noble but losing battle

The announcement is wrapped in an aura of déjà vu: Universal Music Group is marketin...

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06.25.13
Editorial: As Google Reader dies, reading struggles to be reborn
06.25.13

Editorial: As Google Reader dies, reading struggles to be reborn

When Google announced it was pulling Reader's plug (which will happen next week), the outcry was l...

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06.18.13
Editorial: What internet radio needs to disrupt actual radio
06.18.13

Editorial: What internet radio needs to disrupt actual radio

"Internet radio" is usually a misnomer, as well as an indicator of its ambition. The term "radio"...

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06.11.13
Editorial: The subtexts of Apple's WWDC keynote
06.11.13

Editorial: The subtexts of Apple's WWDC keynote

Monday's much-anticipated WWDC keynote was Apple's most crucial presentation in years. AAPL stock...

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05.20.13
Editorial: Google confuses magic with middling as it steps into music streaming
05.20.13

Editorial: Google confuses magic with middling as it steps into music streaming

First of all: that name. Google Play Music All Access. Perhaps Google's presenters realized, as th...

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05.13.13
Editorial: Let Google be a little evil
05.13.13

Editorial: Let Google be a little evil

Google's lawyers visited the Second Circuit Court of Appeals last week for a polite conversation w...

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05.01.13
The iTunes influence, part three: Art in the age of digital disruption
05.01.13

The iTunes influence, part three: Art in the age of digital disruption

"What happened is way worse for musicians. It has forced musicians to be marketers." John McVey, p...

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