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Sleazy Livestrong cybersquatters ousted

Sleazy Livestrong cybersquatters ousted

By November 1, 2005


Dear Martin Scorsese, what are you doing with my feelings?

A new technology attempts to monitor your emotions during every second of a movie. Might this destroy the movie experience?

By June 20, 2014


Audio-Technica ATH-CKP500 in-ear headphones

Offering a comfortable, secure fit and strong sound for a reasonable price, Audio-Technica's ATH-CKP500 earphones are one of the better in-ear sports headphone models available.

May 29, 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 29, 2013

Lance Armstrong Foundation sued by holder of design patent for BARKSTRONG pet collar

In an apparent retaliatory lawsuit, Chris Ohman has sued the Lance Armstrong Foundation ("LAF") for infringing a design patent to its "BARKSTRONG" dog collar design.

By May 5, 2008


Reply to Mr. Ohman concerning patent dispute with Lance Armstrong Foundation

Mr. Chris Ohman expressed concern about the facts presented in yesterday's posting concerning his dispute with the Lance Armstrong Foundation. This posting is directed to the concerns he raised.

By May 6, 2008


Monster moves beyond Beats with three new headphone partnerships

Four new models announced including in-ear headphones for athletes.

By January 9, 2012


Gowalla: We're still in the location race

Are the location wars still raging? Gowalla, which some critics say has totally lost the battle with Foursquare, just inked two new promotional deals.

By July 8, 2010


Google algorithm tweak socks Demand Media traffic

Online content farm sees search referral traffic drop 20 percent for its eHow site since Google's changes earlier this year and is taking taking the impact "very seriously."

By May 6, 2011


Why Gowalla hasn't stopped moving

In spite of losing big-time to Foursquare (and Facebook Places) when it comes to 'check-ins,' the start-up is in the midst of repositioning itself as a 21st-century travel guide.

By March 13, 2011


Demand Media's surprising Wall Street splash

With a business model that a big chunk of the tech industry regards as shaky, some people didn't think Demand should be going public in the first place. Its IPO, however, performed better than expected.

By January 27, 2011