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Jobs Mob's tame press starting to wonder

For ages the New York Times has been Apple's unpaid press office, churning out gushing press releases about Jobs' Mob's products. However in the wake of the Gizmodo affair, where Apple called the cops on a reporter which ran a story on a leaked iPhone prototype, it seems that the relationship is starting to change.

Hacks across the US, who are not renown for independent thinking, are starting to realise “there go I but for the grace of god”. This morning the New York Times summed it up when it said: “Anybody with a kilobyte of common sense could have told Steve Jobs that the five minutes of pleasure that came from making a criminal complaint against journalists would be followed by much misery”.

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10 HP Printer Problems and How to Troubleshoot Them

Read this post to learn about 10 HP printer problems and how to troubleshoot them. Follow all the steps carefully while solving the error for a smooth result.

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What Should You Know Before Buying Canon Pixma TR8620a?

Knowing your requirements first can help you buy a printer that can fulfill your needs. As we know, there is a pool of printers when we go out to market to buy. As a result, we get confused about which one to choose.

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FBI reacts to Apple’s end-to-end encryption feature that advocates laud

The Shortcut reports the FBI opposition to Apple's encryption, covers the EFF's approval of it, and reports Apple's discontinuation of on-device CSAM scanning.

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SwiderMan296d ago

Poking them in the FBeye! 😉

softwaredeveloper104d ago

Great blog post! I thoroughly enjoyed reading

10d ago