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Apple famously likes to dictate what the market needs. But it turns out listening works, its earnings report shows. That, plus the redefinition of "broadband" and more in your look back at the week in tech.
BT Sports 1 and 2 start at 6pm tonight with no charge for anyone, for one day only, on YouView, Sky, iOS, Android and online.
BT promises its sporting coverage will be more more gentle than Sky's frenetic shows as their fight spills into the pubs.
Academic research suggests that working more than one day a week away from the office, for jobs that require a lot of collaboration with colleagues, can cut into performance.
The social network launches its one-stop shop for up-to-date information on the presidential election, state races, and ballot propositions.
Political junkies and first-time debate watchers alike can get the latest punditry and reaction to the first face-off between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tonight on Twitter's special page.
D.C. lobbyist Scott Cleland is paid by AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, and others to assail Google, which he does on a daily basis. Now his adversary is fighting back--at least a little.
NASA's humanoid bot will join Howie Long on the Fox Pregame Show to predict the Super Bowl MVP.
Less than 3 years after its celebrated opening, despite pointed punditry and some certain growing pains, Apple's App Store is about to claim 10 billion App downloads. To celebrate, as they did with iTunes reaching 10 billion downloads, Apple is giving away a $10,000 iTunes gift card to the person that purchases the 10 billionth download.
Or to put it another way: If activists using Twitter go on to topple a government, the real story should be that the government got toppled, not that the revolution was tweeted.