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"Street View, we drive exactly once. So, you can just move, right?" -- Google CEO Eric Schmidt, when asked about Street View (Fortune Tech)
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says he has proof that new HP CEO Leo Apotheker supervised an "industrial espionage scheme" focusing on the theft of massive amounts of Oracle's software. (TechEYE)
Like Moby Dick, the legendary albino may have more power as allegory than product
As MacWorld's Lex Friedman observed Tuesday in an article entitled White iPhone 4 available now, if you live in the future, writing new stories about Apple's (AAPL) mythical white smartphone gets harder with each delay.
Let's recap. The white iPhone 4 was ...
Announced on June 7
Missing at the June 24 launch
Promised (by Steve Jobs himself) before the end MORE
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