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Android Chief Says Your Phone Should Not Be Your Assistant

Google’s Rubin Says Ice Cream Sandwich Is Filled With “Butter”

Google Mobile Boss Andy Rubin on Apple, Microsoft and Tablets

Samsung Gets Its ChatON

Mobile Security Firm Lookout Expands to the iPhone

Five Things to Watch for at the Big Google-Samsung Event

Samsung’s Galaxy S II Beats the iPhone 4S — At Least When You Drop Them

Siri, Google Translate Make Good Companions on Streets of Taipei

Apple Says iPhone 4S Sales Top Four Million in First Weekend

RIM Aims to Make Good for Outage With Free Apps

Launch of the iPhone 4S Leads to Siri-ously Good Sales for Carriers

Microsoft Closes $8.5 Billion Skype Deal

Samsung and Google Reschedule Android Event for Oct. 19 in Hong Kong

Google Translate Can Now Say “Take That, Siri” in 14 Languages

RIM Says Service Back Globally, Vows to Win Back Lost Trust

Kicked to the Curb by RIM, Messaging Start-Up Gets Last Laugh Amid Outage

RIM: “Right Now We’re Letting You Down”

RIM Still Doesn’t Know When BlackBerry Service Will Be Restored

No iPhone 4S at CTIA Show, but Plenty of Fun iPhone Accessories (Video)

Wireless Carrier Execs Trade Jabs, but Land No Major Punches

BlueStacks Ready to Test Its Android-on-Windows Software

T-Mobile’s Bobsled Now Running on iPhone, Android and the Web

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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