Apple's Steve Jobs Publicly Criticizes Adobe Flash

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Millions Of Book Club Readers, 140 Characters

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Gizmodo's articles about a next-generation iPhone reportedly found last month at a California bar included photos of the device in various stages of disassembly. Gizmodo via CreativeCommons hide caption

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iPhone Flap Sparks Police Raid, Shield-Law Talk

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YouTube Pulls Hitler 'Downfall' Parodies

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Twitter co-founder Biz Stone speaks during the first annual "Chirp," Twitter Developer's Conference in San Francisco. In 2009, Stone was added to the Time 100, a yearly list of the world's most influential people. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Companies Tweet For Attention

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With these two phones, Microsoft is looking to break into the young, female market. Press Photo/Courtesy of Microsoft hide caption

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Customers waited in line outside Apple stores across the country to purchase the new iPad. Apple is marketing it as a revolutionary device that lets you feel like you're "holding the Web right in the palm of your hand." Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple's iPad: The End Of The Internet As We Know It?

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The iBook store for Apple's iPad will sell books from most of America's major publishers. Authors without book deals hope it'll sell their work too. Courtesy of Apple hide caption

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iPad Could Help Self-Publishers Kick Open Doors

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Plan Would Help Subsidize Access To Broadband

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Google's China Move Could Yield Benefits

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