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The WikiFM project allows users to automatically view Wikipedia artist biographic information alongside a Last.fm music player.
The software maker buys the Vancouver, B.C.-based game studio, which was co-founded by Microsoft senior vice president Don Mattrick.
Michael Wolff--yep, the guy who said MySpace is for "cretins"--says a good digital acquisition strategy is the company's best hope for staying afloat, and no acquisition is juicier than Twitter.
At the stroke of midnight, Larry Magid downloads the Kindle for iPhone applications and finds it a bit lacking. After a few hours of reading, though, he is pleasantly surprised.
In Michael Wolff's biography about Rupert Murdoch, he quotes the media magnate as suggesting that problems stem from having sex with their cousins.
When President Bush took office in January 2001, his version of Whitehouse.gov had some problems upon launch. In January 2009, so did President Obama's official Web site.
A courtroom lawyer who has sued individual file swappers in multiple federal courts is President-elect Barack Obama's choice for a top Justice Department position.
Judge issuing preliminary injunction preventing Mark Papermaster from working at Apple believes the companies have competing chip businesses. Both work on chips, but it's not that simple.
It seems Apple has responded to the court wrangling over former IBM executive Mark Papermaster, who accepted a job running Apple's iPhone group last month.
Overgrown Jell-O mold serves as a portable workspace. Clear, fiberglass design promotes transparency.