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Talking TVs With an Imaginary Consumer at CES

Acer President Wong: Consumers Are Still Confused by Windows 8

Two New News Apps, Designed for Mobile Phones

Roku Adds More TV Partners, Looks Beyond the Set-Top Box

At CES, Lenovo Attempts to Go Big With 27-Inch “Table Computer”

CES 2013: The Year the “Connected Home” Becomes a Reality?

Motion-Control Start-Up Leap Nabs $30 Million in Funding, Partners With Asus

New Crop of Online Food Services Offer Everything but the Chef

Weighing In on Wi-Fi Scales

Americans Read More E-Books — But Maybe Not on E-Readers

Logitech Offers Sweet Sound with Bluetooth “Boombox”

You Say Potato, I Say Wi-Fi

Motion-Control Maker Leap, Nearing Retail Launch, Turns Focus to Apps

New YouTube “Capture” App Lets You Record, Share Directly From iPhone Screen

Giving Mobile TV Another Go With Dyle

Surprise! Consumers Dreaming of an Apple Christmas.

Flickr Jumps Into Mobile Photo Fray With New Insta-Hip Filters

Hands-Free Camera Dock Swivl Adds DSLR, iPad Support

Bill-Splitting Causing a Splitting Headache? Try These Apps.

Square Slides Into Apple’s Passbook With Digital Gift Cards

Shocker! Another Smart Watch — This Time, Casio’s G-Shock.

Read It and Cringe: LinkedIn’s Overused Buzzwords

Going Beyond Personal Productivity, Evernote Launches App for Businesses

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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