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eBay to Stop Advertising Inside Mobile Apps: “It’s Not Worth It.”

Kamcord Gets Backing From Top Investors to Record Mobile Game Play

Instagram Backpedaling on New Privacy Rules to Quiet Angry Mob

A Look Inside the Blue Nile Jewelry Factory During the Busiest Time of Year (Video)

Online Shopping Season Peaked Last Week, but It’s Not Over Yet

Facebook’s Future Rests on Lessons From Wal-Mart Campaign

Google, FTC Close to a Deal

Apple Says iPhone 5 Sales Topped Two Million in China During First Weekend

Going the Extra Mile Now that Google Maps Have Returned to iOS

Eric Schmidt and Stephen Colbert on Everything From Politics to Google Play (Video)

Should VeriFone’s Exit From the Mobile Payments Space Worry Square?

Walmart Discounting iPhones and iPads With Apple’s Blessing

HomeAway’s Director Susan Wojcicki Resigns to Spend More Time at Google

Free Mobile Games Earn Most of the $10 Billion Spent on Apps in 2012

The Prime Reason Why Amazon’s Sales May Be Falling Behind This Holiday

Zynga Bringing Free Slots to Facebook First Before Gambling Takes Hold

Former PayPal Exec Sam Shrauger Lands at Visa After Brief Yahoo Stint

When Does Groupon — Still at More Than 80 Percent Off — Become a Deal for Someone?

Prioritizing Growth Over Profits, One Kings Lane Raises $50 Million in Capital

Disney Buys South Korean Game Developer Studio Ex for Push Into Asia

Cardfree Raises $10 Million to Enter the Crowded Mobile Payments Business

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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