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AT&T Surprised by Government’s Move to Block T-Mobile Deal

AT&T Promises Approval of T-Mobile Deal Will Bring Jobs to the U.S.

Samsung’s Galaxy S II Finally Migrates to the U.S.

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Samsung Getting Its Chat On With Siloed IM Service

Why CNN’s Don Lemon Carries Not One, but Two iPhones

Software Update Gives Jambox a Whole New Dimension of Sound

HP’s Abrupt About-Face Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Licensing webOS May Not Be Much of an Option for HP

HP Pulls Plug on webOS Hardware, Leaves OS Future in Doubt

Evernote Plans Hiring Binge This Year and Next

Evernote Scoops Up Mac Drawing App Skitch, Makes it Free

New AT&T Customers to Face Tough Choice on Text Messages

Android Owners Spend an Hour a Day Staring at Their Phones

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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