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A pop culture junkie, Damon is co-founder of the iPhone app Quote Unquote (www.quq.me) and author of the TED book Our Virtual Shadow: Why We Are Obsessed with Documenting Our Lives Online.

Apple's Alleged E-book Price Fixing: What You Need To Know

The Justice Department is warning Apple and its publisher partners they may have to answer for their pricing model.

Apple's New iPad: 2 Missing Features

The inclusion of a haptic display and Siri would have made the new iPad much more appealing.

TED Conference 2012: Way More to it Than Flying Robots

Attendees were treated to discussions of how cockroach science applies to humans and how close society is to android interactions.

How Chomp Could Improve Apple's App Store

Apple has acquired Chomp -- this could be a very good thing.

Obama's Internet Bill Of Rights Will Be Hard to Enforce: Here's Why

Let's take a closer look at the major points of the president's timely announcement on online rights.

Google Glasses Are a Prescription for Disaster

Doesn't it seem like a bad time to develop digital displays in front of our eyes when they don't want us even texting on our phones in autos?

Microsoft Office to Become Available on Apple's iPad? Don't Believe the Hype

Redmond denies rumors that Office will be available soon to iPad owners. Besides, the numbers just don't add up right now.

Three Ways I Want Apple to Improve iTunes

Apple is working on an update to the iTunes Store, according to reports. While it's busy at work, here are three improvements I'd like to see.

Google and Apple Make Mobile Privacy an Oxymoron

The very nature of cloud-based software is that we're sharing our content with a remote server.

Mountain Lion Brings Mobile UI to Desktops

Apple's latest OS X, Mountain Lion, looks more like iOS than anything.


Apple to Ban Apps that Harvest Personal Data

Apple now says data harvesting apps are not welcome in App Store and face getting the boot.

AT&T Wireless Bandwidth Throttling: The Backlash Has Begun

AT&T has begun throttling its biggest bandwidth hogs. Now (big surprise) customers are tearing into AT&T with complaints.

Is the Use of Sites Like MegaUpload Sinking the Arts Ship? Not So Fast, Says New Advocate Study

A new study argues that artists are thriving and companies that adapt to new methods could thrive also.

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