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  1. Google Plans to Sell Internet-Enabled Glasses By Year-End

    6:45 am 2/22/2012

    They can stream information, make it visible via a small screen and overlay data about nearby locations and friends.Read more

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  2. Analysts: Google to Enter Pay TV Market in Midwest ‘Very Soon’

    5:33 am 2/21/2012

    Bernstein’s Carlos Kirjner and Craig Moffett say the Web giant, which owns online video giant YouTube, is looking to test traditional pay TV in an admission that a “broadband-only business model is not economically viable."Read more

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  3. Online Giants to Put on Their Own Upfront Presentations

    5:50 am 2/17/2012

    Major online companies, including Google, Yahoo, AOL and Hulu, are planning advertising sales events in April, dubbed Digital Content New Fronts, that will mirror broadcast networks' May upfronts.Read more

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  4. The SOPA War: Why the GOP Turned on Piracy (Opinion)

    10:47 am 2/2/2012

    For Republicans, opposition to intellectual property laws is starting to look like a political winner, and that should terrify Hollywood as it misreads where the pop-culture power base now lies.Read more

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  5. Google Jumps Into Escalating Debate Over Legality of Selling 'Used' Digital Music

    8:06 am 2/2/2012

    Does this lawsuit threaten cloud storage, space shifting, fair use, and the future of the Internet? Google says, it might. The recording industry says, butt out.Read more

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  6. Philippe Dauman: A 'Mob Mentality' Killed PIPA and SOPA

    1:07 pm 1/31/2012

    At a technology conference, the Viacom CEO defends the anti-piracy legislation as "reasonable."Read more

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  7. Facebook Could File For an IPO Next Week (Report)

    11:38 am 1/27/2012

    The event could create 1,000 new millionaires and be a $24 billion windfall for co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.Read more

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  8. Pixar, Lucasfilm, Apple, Google Must Face Suit Alleging Deal Not to Poach Staff

    7:07 am 1/27/2012

    The lawsuit claims seven companies violated antitrust laws by agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees.Read more

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  9. BlackBerry Maker Names New CEO, Chairman Amid Struggles

    8:41 am 1/23/2012

    Thorsten Heins takes the CEO role, while Barbara Stymiest takes over the chairman title from leadership duo Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis.Read more

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  10. YouTube Crosses 4 Billion Video Streams a Day

    6:52 am 1/23/2012

    But most of the videos still do not make money, with about three billion videos a week being monetized.Read more

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