Steve Gillmor's weekly audio show, Gillmor...
By Dan Farber
for Between the Lines
| July 4, 2004 -- 08:35 GMT (01:35 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Steve Gillmor's weekly audio show, Gillmor Gang,
Mozilla CTO offers glimpse of Firefox's future
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Ray Ozzie bringing 'syncromesh' to the Web
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What3words divides the world into trillions of 10-foot location squares
The precise system of describing location is assisting efforts ranging from humanitarian aid to luxury vehicle navigation.
Foxconn plans $2.9 billion cost cutting exercise, iPhone unit impacted
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IBM: Chip making is hitting its limits, but our techniques could solve that
IBM makes progress on chip fabrication without using lithography.
Red Hat: It's in IBM's best interest to keep us as 'Switzerland'
Red Hat's 13,000 employees and partners, such as AWS and Google, wouldn't stand for it being any other way, according to Marco Bill-Peter.
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Intuit's QuickBooks Self-Employed product also saw subscriber growth on the up, ending the quarter with 745,000 users.
Marijuana means business: Everything you need to know about the cannabis industry
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CBD can be extracted using marijuana strains, or marijuana's non-psychoactive cousin, industrial hemp. But its legal status is still uncertain.
How the marijuana industry is organized in legal states
Zuckerberg or Sandberg: Who should Facebook unfollow first?
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