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Apple: Sorry About That Whole Shrinking PC Market Thing; Well, Not Really

Start-Up GutCheck Blows Up and Rebuilds the Old Model of Consumer Research Suffers Security Breach

Social Enterprise Player Jive to Acquire Start-up Proximal Labs

Fade to Black…This Is How It Ends for the Flip Digital Video Camera?

Exclusive: Autodesk Brings AutoCAD to Android Phones and Tablets This Month

Cisco Kills the Flip Video Camera Business

Big-Data Start-Up Cloudera Kicks Hadoop Up a Notch

Intel Hits the Oak Trail but Has Its Eyes on the Cedar Trail

Seven Questions for Doug Hauger, Head of Microsoft's Azure Cloud Platform

Feds Give Google Permission to Take Off With ITA, But With Concessions

Seven More Questions for Ric Telford, VP of IBM Cloud Services

Congress Is Officially Paying Attention to the Epsilon Breach

On the Same Day as Dell, IBM Announces a Big Cloud Computing Push

Dell Plans to Spend A Billion Dollars to Build 10 New Data Centers

Did You Adore Your Commodore 64? Now You Can Again.

Worries About Phishing Attacks Rise as Epsilon Data Breach Mess Goes On

Now That's Big Data: Apple Orders 12 Petabytes of Storage Gear From EMC

Microsoft Names Vet Chris Capossela as New Marketing Chief

Chambers Promises Changes at Cisco, But the Task Ahead Is a Big One

A Cloud Application That Saves Lives

Intel Revamps Xeon as the Server Chip for "Any Workload in the World"

Practice Fusion, Helping Doctors Go Paperless, Lands $23 Million

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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