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Samsung Galaxy Note II Headed to the U.S. Mid-November

LG Optimus G Brings Easier Multitasking, Quad-Core Power

Beats Electronics Grows Up With Executive Headphones

Apple’s New Lightning Connector: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Sony’s Latest Walkman Easy on the Ears, Not on the Wallet

Smartphone Wars: iPhone 5 vs. the Competition

HP Previews Windows 8 All-in-One PCs With NFC, Touchscreens

Mozilla Makes a Mobile Web Browser Feel Like a Smartphone

Amazon Shines Light on Kindle Paperwhite

Vizio’s Laptop Debut Dazzles, Then Fizzles

Kobo Expands E-Reader Family

Nokia Unveils Midrange Lumia 820

Nokia Debuts Lumia 920 With Windows Phone 8, Wireless Charging

Contour+2 Camera Takes Action Videos to Next Level

Five Trends You’ll See in Windows 8 PCs

Verizon Wireless Joins the “Phablet” Party With LG Intuition

Lenovo Unleashes Windows 8 Laptops, All-in-One PCs

Sony Reader Gets Smarter, but Not Head of the Class

HP Takes Wraps Off Windows 8 Ultrabooks, Hybrid PC

Sony Xperia Tablet S Aims to be Your Living-Room Companion

Samsung Debuts Windows 8 All-in-One PCs

Evernote Expands to Small Businesses, Partners Up With Moleskine

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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