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Dropping everything to leap into Ballmer's arms was wrong, says ex-Symbian chief. Nokia had options -- and he doesn't mean Android.
GigaOm reports that Imeem owes money and has been drained by legal fights.
Can anything beat the iPad? New contenders emerged at IFA this week, but will Amazon's effort have the best chance of besting Apple?
If you think $49 was too much for the older iPhone, does free get your attention? If so, Best Buy would like to see you today.
We all want to stream video on our devices but the big companies are saying "NO"! Bring on the parade of lawyers! and the Department of Justice approves Googles dream to help us plan our vacations so that we can travel freely about the world connected to our clouds & Google social media of course, while Facebook is engineering green open sourced servers that will require no air conditioning. What does this all mean?
While founders of Imeem and MOG debate over the state of digital music, we take a look at what the numbers say. Here's a hint: they aren't good.
As Spotify attempts to launch in the U.S., some execs from Apple and the top music labels worry that a free-music offer could eat into download sales.
MySpace will pay about $8 million for the music-focused social network. What this means is the number of places to obtain free music appears to be shrinking.
There's plenty of enthusiasm for funding the latest green-tech or alternative-fuel company. The problem is the economy stinks, and doesn't look like it will improve anytime soon.