Is Microsoft Censoring Windows 7 Tweets?

Intrigued to see that Microsoft has turned a page of its website over to “What people are saying about Windows 7”: The page is designed a bit like twittefall: a cascade of seeminlgy “live” tweets (their dates and times of posting cleverly removed from the cascade.) Amazingly, 99% of the comments are positive, or at …

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iTunes and Your Vulnerable MP3 collection

My friend and fellow columnist Phil Baker writes about Apple’s new iPod in his San Diego column, but he also points out a serious problem with the company’s new iTunes software, something I have experienced myself. Phil points out that it’s not just a minor glitch but something affecting lots of users: Apple also introduced …

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News: Software turns iTunes Into MP3 Downloader

 Sometimes I wonder whether it’s ever going to be possible to produce a watertight way of limiting access to digital music. Take Apple’s very popular iTunes, for example. CNET reports that an independent software developer has created a program that lets users of iTunes for Windows grab song files from other people on a computer …

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