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LE Swiss nepitism batters 1st amendment.
· Feb 19, 01:29 AM

Story with Video. Our first Above The Fold ‘Late Edition’ with video intro sees a California judge shutting down all of WikiLeaks as a result of ONE offending document offensive to a bank in Switzerland. It is suspected that…

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Strong like bull: Video Online.
· Feb 18, 02:15 PM

Twitxr and Seesmic both come racing at the early-adopter folks to warm them up to PhotoBlogging and VideoBlogging (Seesmic). Social Networking online is getting heavy with all the movies…

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Like watching your parents fight.
· Feb 18, 01:45 PM

A fight is generating in my house where News, Blogging, Opinions and Journalism meet. The bickering is among such powerful bloggers that Above The Fold feels like a child whose best move is to stay quiet.

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Beware the upcoming values.
· Feb 18, 01:11 PM

Dinarius Computers has an eye out for the underdog. If Above The Fold is full of news you’ve never seen anywhere else, you’re one such underdog. Retailers are finally able to almost give away…

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Another predictor.
· Feb 18, 01:02 PM

As predicted, there’s another service offering predictions to all who will listen. Start-up, YouNoodle.com is attempting to predict the success of start-ups. It seems at first that they will be the target of some unhappy contemporaries…

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Jerry Yang might be deaf.
· Feb 14, 08:44 PM

.5 Yahoo! founders are Jerry Yang pictured here with an aligator grin. 01FEB08, Microsoft wrote Yahoo! informing of a desired purchase. Stocks went up, AOL came in Google came in, Microsoft was…

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Comcast Q4 $6.9B and how!
· Feb 14, 08:24 PM

Comcast Q4 good news bumped stock prices up 8% after a very steady no-movement for a month or more. 6.9 BILLION bucks. Not only did Comcast acquisitions perform like well-trained…

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Cries for help.
· Feb 14, 08:13 PM

Suicidal Japanese bloggers and message board users were dissuaded by member of the Japanese Police Agency today. 121 different people, all strangers to each other…

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OS Race to cell phones.
· Feb 14, 07:49 PM

Bring the hacks! Cell phones of the future include those driven by Google’s Android Open Source Operating System and everyone else’s LiMo Foundation Open Source Operating System.

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Cell Phone GPS
· Feb 13, 09:47 AM

Where am I? Where are you? Cell phone triangulation is the stuff of Hollywood. Now it’s the stuff of your cell phone. With the Apple iPhone update 1.1.4 triangulation became a life saving feature…

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Microsoft brings DANGER
· Feb 11, 04:53 PM

I love that enthusiastic kids who use the SIDEKICK don’t know that they’re using the Danger Hip Top. The Sidekick from T-Mobile is a whacky, flashy, flimsy phone that’s hinged screen defies description.

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Critics Pick Nokia N96
· Feb 11, 04:47 PM

Dual slider phones are nifty. Slide horizontally for a keyboard to type or slide vertically for a number pad to dial. The Nokia N95 had people going bananas for how good it was. The Nokia N96

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Netflix Picks Blu Ray!
· Feb 11, 04:38 PM

In the ongoing battle between HD-DVD and Blu Ray, good arguments have failed to help sellers and consumers opt for one medium or the other. HD-DVD is cheaper and more durable; Blu Ray can hold more. And it’s blue. Sometimes.

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Free Music vs iTunes
· Feb 6, 01:09 PM

Musician Benn Jordan is also “Flashbulb,” electronica musician and underground fave. Fans met him recently and gave kudos to the Apple iTune downloads they paid for.

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Linux Creator Swats Mac OSX
· Feb 5, 08:11 PM

Linus is exactly the name I was hoping the creator of Linux would have. Linus Torvalds rightfully, yet gently smite Macintosh for creating an update to its operating system that made for, “total crap.”

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Pot: Illegal Online Too
· Feb 1, 04:50 PM

Nuts. A Conneticut man trying to sell Grade-A marijuana online through CraigsList was arrested by clever cops pretending to be a painting crew looking for a high during a break. It’s hard to get dumber than this, but…

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