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With Samsung Win, Intel Has a Modem Chip for LTE Phones and Tablets

Today Is Dell’s Last Day as a Public Company

Magisto Lands $13 Million Investment for Polished Home Movies on Your Phone

As NetSuite Beats Expectations on Earnings, Fireworks Erupt With SAP

Convercent, Compliance Software in the Cloud, Lands $10 Million From SAP Ventures

You Won’t Believe What New Relic CEO Lew Cirne Did on His Summer Vacation

TideMark Pushes Out Fall Update That Answers What-If Questions About Your Business

Dadi Perlmutter to Leave Intel Early Next Year

NetSuite Acquires HR Software Player TribeHR

Look Who’s Taking Dell’s Spot on the S&P 500

SAP Cutting Back on Development of Business ByDesign

Dell’s Days as a Public Company Will End With a 13-Cent Dividend Payment

Oracle Beats IBM to Become No. 2 Software Company by Revenue

Jive and Okta Team Up in the Cloud

IBM Profits Beat Expectations, but Sales Fall Short Again

Apple’s Safari Made Up Most Mobile Browser Traffic in Q2

IndoorAtlas Aims to Use Magnetic Fields to Map the Insides of Buildings

Intel Sees Signs of PC Market Bottoming Out, if Not Bouncing Back

Twitter Going to NYSE, Road Show to Start October 25

Intel’s Q3 Results Beat Expectations, Shares Rise Despite Weak Guidance

Cisco Checks on the Cloud and Confirms That It’s Getting Bigger

Druva, a Data Protection Platform, Lands $25 Million Series C

What Last Week’s Anti-U.S. Shift in Internet Governance Means to You

Despite Tough Market, IBM Looking Solid Ahead of Q3 Results

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Just as the atom bomb was the weapon that was supposed to render war obsolete, the Internet seems like capitalism’s ultimate feat of self-destructive genius, an economic doomsday device rendering it impossible for anyone to ever make a profit off anything again. It’s especially hopeless for those whose work is easily digitized and accessed free of charge.

— Author Tim Kreider on not getting paid for one’s work