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The $11 million in bitcoins the Winklevoss brothers bought is now worth $32 million
In April, the Winklevoss brothers said they had $11 million in bitcoins. Since then, bitcoin's price has almost tripled.
By Timothy B. Lee|Bitcoin|9 hours ago
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The New York Times endorsed a secretive trade agreement that the public can’t read
Whose down with TPP? The New York Times.
By Andrea Peterson|Copyright|November 8
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Will prescription lenses change how society reacts to Google Glass?
Adding in a necessary component could change the legal and social implications of this wearable computing technology.
By Andrea Peterson|Google|November 8
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Everything you need to know about the Bitcoin ‘bubble’
Is today's Bitcoin price of more than $300 a bubble? This FAQ considers the arguments on both sides
By Timothy B. Lee|Bitcoin|November 8
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The Internet has killed (satirical) print journalism
The Onion goes all digital. Washington Post continues to distribute news printed on dead trees.
By Andrea Peterson|Internet|November 8
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With launch titles, Sony caters to hard-core gamers while Xbox courts a broader audience
Launch-day lineups matter, but not how you think they do.
By Hayley Tsukayama|Nerd Culture|November 8
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Why investors love Twitter’s low sales numbers
For investors in the Twitter IPO, the fact that the company is early in its process of monetizing the social network may be part of the appeal.
By Neil Irwin|Wonkblog|November 8
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The Switchboard: Twitter stock price up over 70 percent on first day of trading
Twitter's IPO, the legality of CIA payments to AT&T;, and Tesla on fire -- not in a good way.
By Andrea Peterson|Bitcoin|November 8
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No, Bitcoin isn’t broken
Two Cornell researchers say Bitcoin is fundamentally broken. Here's why they're wrong.
By Timothy B. Lee|Bitcoin|November 7
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Amazon to bookstores: Help us make you irrelevant
Amazon wants to get independent bookstores to stock their e-readers and tablets. That seems like a hard sell.
By Andrea Peterson|Amazon|November 7
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