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It's not any surprise, but comScore has some new numbers reflecting the changing demographic of the Facebook community. People of means, the grown-ups, are flocking to Facebook, as well as teenagers escaping MySpace orbit.
This week on the Dan & David Show, we offer our iPhone post-launch analysis. Apple succeeds in earning superlatives for moving the mobile device industry forward and AT&T gets grief for its slow network and activation problems.
Microsoft said Thursday that it will take a charge of $1.05 billion to $1.
On July 3 I had one of my last Comcast outages--I say that knowing I'll have another one soon. This Comcast outage had particularly bad timing since I've been evaluating Verizon FiOS.
On today's podcast:George Ou rips AMD over benchmarks.Jason O'Grady surveys iPhone accessories.
A Belgium court ruled that ISPs have to take steps to thwart peer-to-peer networks and piracy. Good luck delivering on that one.
Updated July 5:The straight dope from Fake Steve Jobs.Zero Day guest editorial: The dark side of search engines.
Yesterday I wrote about Orchestria, software that provides policy management for messages and Web and file activity to prevent data leakage and ensure corporate governance and compliance with regulatory and corporate standards. I described this class of software as bring more fine-grained controls to unstructured data, the dark matter flowing through enterprises.
With the title, you might have thought that this article was going to be about the iPhone. Well, not directly.