Archives: May 2013

Your 2013 Internet habits: More YouTube and Snapchat, less Facebook and Windows

May 30, 2013
Also, China is winning, mobile devices mesmerize, and you're fat, says a Kleiner Perkins report on the state of the Net
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Today's malware attack has been brought to you by the RIAA

May 28, 2013
High-profile panel suggests major escalation in war on intellectual property thieves. Guess who's behind this lunacy
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Xbox One: The one Xbox to rule them all

May 24, 2013
Games, TV, streaming video -- the Xbox One does it all as Microsoft's PC for the living room. Whether that's a good thing isn't so clear
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How low can they go? ISPs hit new depths in customer satisfaction

May 22, 2013
New survey confirms what most of us know: When it comes to pleasing consumers, ISPs scrape the bottom of the barrel
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Now that Yahoo owns Tumblr, where will all the cool kids hang out?

May 20, 2013
Marissa Mayer bets $1.1B that Tumblr will give Yahoo a boost of youthful enthusiasm. Why not? Nothing else has worked
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Assimilated and illogical, or how we really feel about LinkedIn and Windows 8

May 17, 2013
Also, how to resist the DRM borg and more 23rd-century wisdom, all from Captain Cringely's starlog
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Now hiring hackers; leave your lulz and your ethics at the door

May 15, 2013
Repressive governments are employing hackers to spy on citizens. Some, like Moxie Marlinspike, refuse to heed the call
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Windows 8 as New Coke? That's an insult to New Coke

May 13, 2013
Windows 8's new nickname is catching on, but unlike Coca-Cola, Microsoft isn't about to admit its mistake
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DRM sinks its fangs into HTML5, with help from Netflix, Google, and Microsoft

May 10, 2013
Backed by new allies, content cartel revives specter of digital rights management in a battle over emerging HTML5 standards
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Copyright trolls feel wrath of Khan, Klingons, Romulans, and Starfleet

May 08, 2013
What's better than a judge who calls out slimy copyright trolls on their scams? One who nails them with 'Star Trek' references
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