by Max Lee on February 8th, 2010
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As an avid motorcyclist, videos like this one make me happy.  There’s so much excitement there when the knees are touching cement, right? Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode ...
by Max Lee on January 20th, 2010
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Here’s an event you might want to bookmark if you are in the SF Bay Area/Silicon Valley, Future of Social Media 2010 by Rob Fuggetta, CEO of Zuberance, and Jermiah Owyang: Rob Fuggetta, Founder & CEO of Zuberance, will join a distinguished panel of social media experts including Jeremiah O ...
by Max Lee on January 19th, 2010
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Bill Gates just popped on Twitter 4 hours ago, you can follow Bill Gates here @BillGates. Bill Gate’s first tweet ever: “Hello World.” Hard at work on my foundation letter – publishing on 1/25. His site linked on Twitter – http://www.gatesfoundation.org/ ...
by Max Lee on January 15th, 2010
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It’s been a couple days since I got my hands on the new Google Nexus One that runs Android and I am pleased with the fact that I can buy music from Amazon.  Nevermind the iTunes store, I’ve never used it so it really doesn’t matter so long as I can get a wide variety of music.  I ...
by Max Lee on December 24th, 2009
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Recently, Comcast lost the lawsuit against angry BitTorrent users who were “throttled” although Comcast still denies their actions.  For that, the affected comcast users will get up to $16 each. Not a hefty amount but still, sends a message to all ISPs to not be a “god” of t ...
by Max Lee on December 22nd, 2009
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According to ComScore, online retailers have had a good holiday sales as their revenues are up, more than previous years.  I think this is the trend as more and more shoppers are turning online for better deals. The major snowstorms hitting the eastern seaboard over the weekend appear to have give ...
by Max Lee on December 21st, 2009
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Firefox, according to Statcounter Global stats, has become the world’s most popular browser.  Of course this data isn’t complete but it clearly shows Firefox’s dominance in the recent years.  My prediction is that Google Chrome isn’t too far away either.  In few years per ...
by Max Lee on December 16th, 2009
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Intel (INTC), after settling AMD for $1.25 billion, has more problems for cheating other chip makers for monopolizing with deceiving compiler improvements: The FTC argued in a release that Intel’s tactics “have stifled innovation and harmed consumers.” The agency also claimed that ...
by Max Lee on December 11th, 2009
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Recently, Intel settles with AMD for recent lawsuits for $1.25 billion, perhaps it’s now time for both chip companies to move forward.  I know AMD has done a lot of damage in the CPU market in the last couple years and I think it’s good to have some competition as that will only mean lo ...
 

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