Lead Editor: Susan Rush
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- Radio Business Report
Nearly 2 in 3 of radio audiences ages 18-64 consider the medium to be "mainly local," according to a report from Mark Kassof & Co. Just over half of those who view radio as being local said they would Read More
Google is developing "Easy Unlock," a smartphone-based technology designed to enable PCs that run on the Chrome operating system to do away with passwords. The experimental option, which Google has no Read More
Intel and MediaTek are muscling aside local chip suppliers, such as Allwinner Technology and Rockchip, in providing the applications processors for white-box tablet computers manufactured in China, Di Read More
- Network World
Of about 100,000-plus open-source software projects tracked by the Ohloh directory, about 80% involve little or no activity, partly because of potential risks for enterprises, Maria Korolov writes. Is Read More
- Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model), The
Comcast's attempt to buy Time Warner Cable may help Sprint's pursuit of T-Mobile US, according to some industry observers. Comcast has argued that the acquisition will increase wireless competition by Read More
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