Engadget – 2012-05-07
Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. Microsoft has a long history of supporting bitter rivals -- even those that have long publicly disparaged the company, offering funds to Nokia, Corel and, most famously, Apple. It also has a long history of supporting e-reading. Prior to ending development last year, the company offered its Microsoft Reader software for about a decade -- first on handheld devices using Windows CE and Windows Mobile and later on...
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International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-17
The New York Stock Exchange claimed Tuesday that Nasdaq won a bidding war to host media giant News Corp., owner of The Wall Street Journal, on its exchange.
Stuff – 2012-08-10
A toddler sits with a magazine in front of her, sliding her fingers across the pages then waiting expectantly for them to transform at her touch. It is clear from the video that she believes the...