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"I'm just hoping this doesn't end like 2000 again. The desire to make a buck does help fuel innovation, but it can also wipe out people's nesteggs if they get too greedy."
-- MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson (Google+)
* Still wondering why Netflix hiked up their lowest rental plans by 60%? It's because users aren't switching over to the company's streaming service as quickly as analysts (and Netflix itself) had hoped. (That, along with the higher costs attached to the DVD business.) (USA Today)
No need to question Twitter's bona fides as a useful service, but can Costolo, Dorsey and team figure out how to start paying the rent?
The first in a series of articles leading up to Fortune Brainstorm Tech, a conference from July 19-21 in Aspen, Colorado that will round up many of the best and brightest thinkers in technology. Our coverage will examine the progress of companies that presented last year MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jun 20, 2011 11:42 AM ET
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Research In Motion announced a major update to its smartphone operating system, BlackBerry 7, and the first smartphone to come loaded with it, the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930, due out some time this summer. The new device sports a 1.2 GHz processor, graphics processing unit (GPU), 768 MB RAM, 2.8-inch touschscreen, 5-megapixel camera MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - May 3, 2011 6:30 AM ET
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