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Man, talk about being all over the map. One day Sony's Howard Stringer is calling the format war a \"stalemate,\" the next he's claiming Blu-ray is \"just a better format.\" Apparently, having a few weeks to think over that last comment made him realize that his heart was more connected to the first pro

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Man, talk about being all over the map. One day Sony's Howard Stringer is calling the format war a \"stalemate,\" the next he's claiming Blu-ray is \"just a better format.\" Apparently, having a few weeks to think over that last comment made him realize that his heart was more connected to the first pro

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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson apparently subscribes to a different school of marketing and demand than most others -- speaking with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the telecom boss flatly denied that AT&T's $10 DSL plan is hidden on the company's website, and went on to say that \"customers h

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Apparently Perrin Kaplan isn't the only spokesperson for Nintendo speaking a bit too \"freely\" these days. The man himself, Reggie Fils-Aime, when queried about the PS3 launch lines in an interview with GameHead, asked, \"Were those the people ducking to not get shot?\" What a comedian! This was follo

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