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The original headline for this story contained an incorrect figure for Microsoft's deal to buy Aquantive. It is $6 billion.
Les Moonves ratchets up the rhetoric around Aereo's Supreme Court case, building on past comments about moving programming to cable. CBS, he says now, could go "over the top."
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Organizers push the mobile trade show later into spring, and nab former President Bill Clinton for a keynote address.
The two organizations will host public forums at the Democratic and Republican conventions that will be available to watch online.
BitTorrent's CEO said he had been working with Comcast's CTO to improve the cable network's broadband efficiency when the company started throttling BitTorrent traffic.
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The Microsoft chairman thinks there are some powerful tasks the computer can tackle once it knows whether--and how--you are available.
While Jasmine takes a vacation, Donald Bell interviews Pandora Internet radio founder Tim Westergren about the company's future, life after iPhone, and the switch to ad-supported radio streams.