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* A Note on Bias - Posted on 2011-10-24
* The Future of User Interfaces is Brainwaves - Posted on 2011-10-10
* Apple Shouldn't Allow Itself To Be A Victim Of Robin Hood - Posted on 2011-08-25
* US, France, UK Declare War on Freedom of the Web - Posted on 2011-06-09
* Android, Openness: Must and Should - Posted on 2011-04-05
* The Next Brick to Decorate Your Wall: iOS 3.x Devices - Posted on 2011-02-17
* Why Nokia Chose Windows Phone 7, and Why It's a Good Move - Posted on 2011-02-11
* Microsoft, Opera's Haavard Respond to Google's H.264 Move - Posted on 2011-01-13
* How to Improve Portability Across Personal Computers - Posted on 2011-01-11
* Consistency in UI Design Is Now 'Boring, Old-fashioned, Stodgy' - Posted on 2011-01-07
* There's a Bounty on Your Applications - Posted on 2011-01-05
* US Pressures Amazon Into Kicking Wikileaks Off Its Cloud - Posted on 2010-12-01
* Microsoft Wants You to Hack Kinect - Posted on 2010-11-19
* Naked Scanners, Big Content, and Groin Groping - Posted on 2010-11-16
* How VLC on the iPad Illustrates iOS' Major Weakness - Posted on 2010-09-22
* A Little Positive Apple Analysis - Posted on 2010-09-16
* How New Art Can End the Copyright Wars - Posted on 2010-09-07
* "Apple Is Not Fighting Jailbreaking": Wait, What? - Posted on 2010-08-30
* The Future of Computing is Remote-Controlling Everything - Posted on 2010-08-23
* Why I Turned on AdBlock Today - Posted on 2010-08-18
* Making the Case for Video-Chat - Posted on 2010-08-16
* Apple Loved You Pro Users; Loves Your Money More, Now - Posted on 2010-08-06
* The Next Big Tech Battleground: the TV - Posted on 2010-07-18
* Rebuttal: Against Free - Posted on 2010-07-13
* Will Apple Embrace the Web? No. - Posted on 2010-05-29
* All-Out War: The Computing World's Battle Lines Are Drawn - Posted on 2010-05-25
* Why OSNews Is No Longer OSNews - Posted on 2010-05-15
* Why Flash Dissatisfies Me, and What Adobe Can Do About it - Posted on 2010-05-14
* The H.264 Debacle: We're Complaining to the Wrong People - Posted on 2010-05-10
* Why Our Civilization's Video Art and Culture is Threatened by the MPEG-LA - Posted on 2010-05-01
* A Statement Regarding OSNews' Bias - Posted on 2010-05-01
* Jobs on Flash: Hypocrisy So Thick You Could Cut it with a Knife - Posted on 2010-04-29
* Are Closed Computing Devices Like Modern Cars? - Posted on 2010-04-08
* Is the Desktop Becoming Legacy? - Posted on 2010-04-06
* Idealistic, Pragmatic and H.264 Debate - Posted on 2010-04-01
* H.264 vs. Theora: Does It Really Matter to Consumers? - Posted on 2010-03-27
* Theora More of a Patent Threat than H264? Wait, What? - Posted on 2010-03-25
* Mozilla: Stick to Your Ideals, Shun H264 - Posted on 2010-03-19
* Google Does Not Have a Monopoly on Search - Posted on 2010-02-25
* The Facebook Login Thing: Blown Out of Proportion - Posted on 2010-02-17
* App Store Model Provides Security, Stability: Evidence, Please? - Posted on 2010-02-11
* Did Apple Succeed in Asking the Question? - Posted on 2010-01-28
* Apple's Tablet, Cube-Shaped? - Posted on 2010-01-21
* Distro Here & There, But Nary a Good KDE 4 Distro Anywhere? - Posted on 2010-01-18
* The Problem with Typography Complexity on the Web - Posted on 2010-01-12
* Christmas Stole my News Items! - Posted on 2009-12-24
* Haiku: A Perfect Desktop Operating System? - Posted on 2009-12-21
* Windows' Scrolling Behaviour: Really, Really Annoying - Posted on 2009-12-10
* Storing Your Data on the Internet: Ignorant and Silly - Posted on 2009-12-09
* Has Palm Missed the Boat? - Posted on 2009-11-03

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