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Wu-Tang at Bumbershoot must have pushed the loudest bass ever.
Now that Wilson is the new American Idol (not to mention the perpetual Chinese Idol), he can't stop talking about his celebrity chumleys. Today we discuss his American counterpart David Cook, everyone's beloved Dick Gaywood, Jessica Alba-Tang, Arnold Shaw
YU-TANG CLAN AIN'T NOTHING TO BUCK WITH! Founding members the Yza, Method Man, and Ghostface Killah (aka Tony Starks) keep it cutty and explore tech's first format war.
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Network equipment makers and consumers want faster Net access, but network operators have a tough time justifying the investments. Small cells, micronodes, and content cooperation could help fix that.
We usually stay clear of celebrity gossip, but hearing about James Franco getting caught inviting a 17 year old to his hotel room on Instagram is too oily to ignore. We'll also tell you about the genius marketing strategy of Wu-Tang's next album and why it's well worth 5$ million, the reason you should steer clear of Harvard's library, and what it looks like to physically enter someone else's social media feed.
Avegant CEO Ed Tang stops by with a prototype of the company's Virtual Retinal Display, which uses micromirrors and advanced optics to project a stunning 3D image directly onto the retinas of the wearer.
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PC makers have their work cut out for them over the next 12 months. To compete with the iPad, PC makers need to add touch to ultrabooks -- but that adds cost.
The company says that it will focus on the "mobile ecosystem." It also has bolstered its presence in China by appointing David Tang as its managing director there.