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News, The Snitch Steve Jobs Thought Google Was Evil

Steve Jobs Thought Google Was Evil

Walter Isaacson's much-discussed biography of Steve Jobs hits bookstores today. Some tidbits from the book -- for which Isaacson obtained unprecedented access to Jobs, soliciting his views on everything from rival Silicon Valley CEOs to Obama's presidency -- have already…
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News, The Snitch Photos of Steve Jobs Looking 'Gaunt'; Apple Stocks Drop

Photos of Steve Jobs Looking 'Gaunt'; Apple Stocks Drop

Apple's Steve Jobs reportedly left the Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto yesterday, which has reporters asking how sick is he?Photos that the National Enquirer published took of the frail and gaunt looking Jobs as he left the medical center…
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News, The Snitch Facebook vs. Google: Who Would You Rather Have Reading Your E-Mail?

Facebook vs. Google: Who Would You Rather Have Reading Your E-Mail?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's announcement yesterday that his company is launching a consolidated e-mail/instant message/text message service has sent the technorati into a predictable tizzy. Facebook's new messaging feature is one of those tech innovations whose significance is tough to…
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News, The Snitch Think Tank Rips Former Supe Candidate's Ranked-Choice Voting Lawsuit

Think Tank Rips Former Supe Candidate's Ranked-Choice Voting Lawsuit

The New America Foundation, a prominent centrist think-tank headed by former Washington Post managing editor Steve Coll and chaired by Google CEO Eric Schmidt, has filed court papers opposing a failed San Francisco supervisorial candidate's efforts to overturn the city's…
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Video: The Richter Scales Take on Crunchpad Debacle, Google Voice Gate, and Murdoch/Google Wars

In further proof that Techcrunch founder Mike Arrington has a sense of humor, we present The Richter Scales' "In the Valley" a ballad sung to the tune of "At the Copacabana" making light of the perpetual back-stabbing, intrigue, and general…
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