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Microsoft's Sesame Street team-up 10.1.2012 BBC: Technology
Interactive episodes of Sesame Street are being developed by its creators in conjunction with Microsoft.
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Wanted or Not: Alternative-Fuel Cars Flood Auto Show 10.1.2012 NY Times: Business
Automakers are flooding the Detroit auto show with new hybrid and plug-in models, but the combination of gas prices below $4 a gallon and higher upfront costs for the cars is not attracting consumers.

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Cars, gadgets on collision course at CES 10.1.2012 GigaOM
The line between car and home entertainment center is getting blurrier by the minute as electronics makers and car companies take to the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 and concurrent Detroit Auto show to strut their stuff. Here's a sampling of the news.
Indian innovator harnesses sea waves for power 10.1.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Samsung takes on LG with 55-inch OLED TV 10.1.2012 MSNBC
In 2009, Sony sold an 11-inch OLED TV. Then, for two years, hardly a peep about OLED. Now, LG and Samsung are showing off 55-inch models at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. ...
Opinionator: The Digital Humanities and the Transcending of Mortality 10.1.2012 NY Times: Editorials
What does long-form scholarship in the digital age really mean?

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Intel to launch biggest ad campaign in 8 years 10.1.2012 Boston Globe: Technology
Intel to launch biggest ad campaign in 8 years
USDA says it will close 259 offices to save $150M 10.1.2012 Minnesota Public Radio: News
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will close 259 domestic offices, labs and other facilities, including one in Minneapolis, as part of an effort to save $150 million per year.
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Advertising: At Electronics Show, Some Surprising Nonelectronic Entrants - Advertising 10.1.2012 NY Times: Business
Attendees at C.E.S. will find some low-tech products alongside the smartphones.

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USDA says it will close 259 offices to save $150M 10.1.2012 AP National
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture will close 259 domestic offices, labs and other facilities as part of an effort to save $150 million per year, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Monday....
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USDA will close 259 offices -- including one in Minneapolis -- to save $150M 10.1.2012 Star Tribune: Latest
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will close 259 domestic offices, labs and other facilities as part of an effort to save $150 million per year, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Monday.
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Intel to launch biggest ad campaign in 8 years 10.1.2012 SFGate: Business & Technology
Intel to launch biggest ad campaign in 8 years
Why the Movie Industry Can't Innovate 10.1.2012 Inc
The movie industry has been consistently wrong in its claims that new platforms and channels would be the end of its business. Now it can't innovate, leading to SOPA. This year the movie industry made $30 billion (1/3 in the U.S. ) from box-office revenue. But the total movie industry revenue was $87 billion . Where did the other $57 billion come from? From sources that the studios at one time claimed would put them out of business: Pay-per-view TV, cable and satellite channels, video rentals, DVD sales, online subscriptions, and digital downloads. The Movie Industry and Technology Progress The music and movie business has been consistently wrong in its claims that new platforms and channels would be the end of its businesses. In each case, the new technology produced a new market far larger than the impact it had on the existing market. 1920s: The record business complained about radio. The argument was because radio is free, you can’t compete with free . No one was ever ...
Dish launches DVR that extends to other rooms 10.1.2012 Boston Globe: Technology
Dish launches DVR that extends to other rooms
Seeking Female Founders In The Tech Startup Scene 10.1.2012 NPR News
The founders of Google, Facebook and Twitter are all male. Only 4 percent of one high-profile tech incubator's grants went to groups with a female founder. But the leader of a new startup accelerator for women says, "That next visionary is ... going to be wearing a skirt and a great pair of shoes."
CES 2012: The Convergence of TV and Mobile Platforms 10.1.2012 ReadWriteWeb
Anybody with a passing interest in the headlines pouring out of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas cannot help but identify one major theme: 2012 is the year that the TV will converge with mobile platforms. For all of the talk that CES has lost its clout , it is still a good source for identifying trends that will drive the innovation of major technology companies in the new year. Last year tablets and dual-core processors were all the rage. This year, developers have something bigger on their minds. Sponsor Myriad launched the Android + TV news that has become the predominant theme of the first day of CES in the middle of December. It appears that everybody else was waiting until today to make announcements. CES went into full swing this morning and anybody remotely associated with TVs and mobile platforms has made some type of announcement. Perhaps the most surprising announcement is that Ubuntu is coming out with a touch and gesture based TV operating system that can be ...
CES: Intel prepares biggest ad campaign in nearly a decade 10.1.2012 San Jose Mercury News: Business
Betting big on its 'ultrabook' concept, Intel says it will launch its largest advertising campaign since 2003.
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Intel’s dilemma: Whose problem do Ultrabooks solve? 10.1.2012 GigaOM
At Intel's CES press event Ultrabooks were the focus, as were the six "experiences" these thin and light notebooks bring. But consumers are getting such experiences from smartphones and tablets, so who has a problem that could be solved by Ultrabooks? Intel itself comes to mind.
Research culture crying need of India: Kalam 10.1.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Siri: Enabler of more data consumption, not the root cause 10.1.2012 GigaOM
A recent report on the outsized increase in data usage among iPhone 4S users blamed the bandwidth drain squarely on Siri. But while Siri may be used as the mechanism for more Internet searches and smartphone services, the application itself uses very little data.
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