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Google and ITA Software: The Acquisition That Almost Wasn’t, Is Again (With Some Strings Attached)

The U.S. Department of Justice said today it has proposed a settlement in the case of Google’s $700 million bid to acquire ITA Software, a Cambridge, MA-based airfare pricing and shopping software fir... read more

The Cost of Not Having Patent Protection

Google has about 3500, Oracle has 3700, Apple has 7000, and Microsoft has 30,000 pending applications. I picked these names to come up with the averages because these names have software heavy portfol... read more

Debunking the “original sin” of online newspapers

Although Tofel’s book isn’t available yet (it will be available for download on Wednesday), media blogger Jim Romenesko has some excerpts from the text ... “being sluts who’d put out for any old Googl... read more

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Taylor Swift Vs. Price Of Fame: Glu Mobile's Royalty Drag

Indeed, given Glu spent $4.8 million on marketing the game in FY17 Q2 - much more than the 2016 version - the profit margin shrinks once again. This isn’t to say the MLB deal wasn’t sensible ... good ... read more

Sony Shipping Spyware from SunnComm, Too

... of the software None of the MediaMax albums I’ve seen from Sony-BMG include any option to uninstall the software. However, some titles from other labels do include an uninstall program. For instan... read more

Some things I didn't know about the media industry

Well this year, courtesy of The MediaShop, here are just a few things I didn't know about the South African media industry. Let's look at the overall spend scenario. It wasn't that long ago ... schedu... read more

Israel’s Stall-Forever ‘Peace’ Plan

The population of the projected Arab state would be almost entirely Arab ... That backing takes the form of $3.8 billion in annual subsidies with no strings attached, no compensatory demands being mad... read more

Why the Bailout Bill Failed

House leaders, meanwhile, did support the bill and did whip it. But this wasn't a party-loyalty vote; lawmakers were asked to vote yes, but they weren't threatened. They (probably) weren't bribed. Add ... read more

Fedora ponders the Python 2 end game

Even so, some developers may not appreciate how close that date is. Work that is being done in the Python community and the Fedora distribution shows that even the developers behind the change haven't ... read more

Why Verizon killed its unlimited plans

For those who love the free market, just look at how fast texting grew in Europe, where it was cheaper than some voice minutes, as opposed to here in America, where the carriers charged an arm and a l... read more

bush in hanoi - stupidest a-hole alive

I wouldn't have expected him to know anything about Viet Nam history, but I would certainly have expected some of his advisors to know something ... to stay true to their beliefs and values. Bush wasn ... read more

‘Too Big to Fail’: Russia-gate One Year After VIPS Showed a Leak, Not a Hack

New facts, some of which alter conclusions drawn last year ... We detected activity in the Eastern time zone. Now we have to ask again, ‘Which time zone?’ The West Coast copy operation [discovered by ... read more

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