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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. says it has filed a motion with a U.S. court to add Apple's iPhone 5 to their ongoing patent battle.
Google Drops Patent Complaint Against Apple
Rapper At Microsoft Store: 'F*** These Computers'
Why You Should Get Excited About An Apple-Like Thermostat (Again)
How Much Does The iPhone 5 Really Cost You?
Amy Lovett: HuffPost Tech @ the Grace Hopper Celebration
The HuffPost Tech team will be at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women In Technology in Baltimore on October 3rd to the 6th. The conference is the foremost one for women in technology and it's put on by the Anita Borg Foundation.
Mitch Ditkoff: 14 Ways to Go Beyond the Email Blues
Before sending off yet another email, ask yourself if email is really the right platform to communicate your message. Maybe a phone call would be more suitable. Or a face-to-face meeting. Or skywriting.
Judi Casey: The Impact of Technology on Our Work and Family Lives
As we celebrate National Work and Family month, I'm wondering how increasing usage of information and communication technology affects and will continue to impact today's working families.
Mark Read: The Stream Series 2012: What Can We Learn From An Un-Conference?
I am increasingly struck by Stream as a metaphor for the successful company in the digital economy and the lessons that we can learn from running it.
Phil Simon: Platforms, Disruption, and Television: My Interview With John Funge of BrightContext
If there's any industry ripe for disruption, it's television. Cable TV companies have long had near-monopolies in local markets, often angering customers with fees and a general lack of choice.

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