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June 11, 2018
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Google’s troubling YouTube ad experiments–Some of the search giant’s experiments on YouTube are now visible to all. They do not inspire confidence.

Transmeta licenses low-power tech to Nvidia–The agreement covers all of Transmeta’s patents and patent applications, as well as the LongRun2 suite of advanced power management technologies.

VMware joins Linux Foundation–while reportedly violating the GPL–The virtualization company needs to give some answers to its critics who allege that it is in knowing violation of the GPL.

Scaling Amazon EC2 to 512 active nodes–Wondering how well Amazon handles cloud-computing demands? The answer, it seems, is very, very well.

(CNET News.com — 8 August, 2008)
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Apple’s cash hoard: Begging for a ‘windfall tax’?–The company is making so much money right now that it will almost certainly lead to fear and loathing down the road.

How many strikes before a tech CEO is out?–Sometimes it just takes one event, if it’s big and hairy enough. But some CEOs swing and miss dozens of times for years on end, and they’re still in the game.

Targeted for hacking by reporters at my table–A CNET News reporter explains how she may or may not have gotten hacked at the Black Hat security conference.

If JetBlue’s reading this, guys, it’s time to grok the blogosphere–One PR expert knew how to use the Internet to fight back, and he’s not the exception. We’re long past the era when companies could screw over their customers without risking public humiliation.

Maybe everyone (not just VMware) violates the GPL–Its handling of binary kernels appears to be a risk VMware is willing to take. But given the increasing competition it’s feeling from open-source virtualization, perhaps it should reconsider.

(CNET News.com — 9 August, 2008)
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A new browser cookie lets advertisers control how frequently an ad is shown and lets advertisers better measure the effectiveness of ads that aren’t clicked. (CNET News.com — 8 August, 2008)
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The agreement covers all of Transmeta’s patents and patent applications, as well as the LongRun2 suite of advanced power management technologies. (CNET News.com — 7 August, 2008)
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