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Tech and the San Francisco Rental Bubble

here By NICK BILTON screenshot via Craigslist.orgA sample list of apartments for rent in SoMa, an area of San Francisco with trendy lofts. I’ve recently learned that real estate brokers in San Francisco have reached a consensus on a topic that entrepreneurs and investors can’t seem to agree on: that we are in the midst of a technology bubble. Technologists have been...

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Law Professors Come Out Against PROTECT IP

Law Professors Come Out Against PROTECT IP

go to site from the good-for-them dept Another day, another constituency speaking out against PROTECT IP and the damage that it will do. This time, it’s a large group of law professors (over 90 have signed on so far), including some big names. The professors’ full letter is embedded below, but the key points are found right at the beginning: Although the...

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On the Web, Bin Laden News Is Big–But Not as Big as Soccer

On the Web, Bin Laden News Is Big–But Not as Big as Soccer

go to site by Peter Kafka – Posted on May 2, 2011 at 11:49 AM PT No debate that Osama bin Laden’s death is one of the biggest news stories in years. Except on the Web, where all of our tweeting and reading and live-streaming about it isn’t generating nearly as much traffic as other big events of the last decade. Here’s a look at the last day of Akamai’s “Net Usage...

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Google’s alleged license violation could put revenue model at risk

rencontre 02190 Android violates Linux license, experts claim By Jon Brodkin, Network World March 17, 2011 11:53 AM ET Google’s Android mobile operating system’s usage of the Linux kernel may violate open source licensing with a misappropriation of Linux code that could bring about the “collapse of the Android ecosystem,” some intellectual property...

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AT&T’s $39B T-Mobile buyout raises regulatory, competitive and customer service questions

http://armor-deck.net/edikpedik/7283 AT&T’s surprise buyout of T-Mobile USA for $39 billion has industry watchers scrambling to figure out what the deal means for subscribers, the U.S. cellular industry and investors. If it passes muster with U.S. regulators, the combined company will have about 129 million subscribers, 34 million of them from T-Mobile. That compares to Verizon’s 94 million...