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Aaron Swartz, left, has a working lunch outside in Cambridge, Mass. in 2007.

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Aaron Swartz, left, has a working lunch outside in Cambridge, Mass. in 2007.

Berners-Lee Calls Aaron Swartz’s Prosecution ‘Travesty of Justice’

Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, said today that the prosecution of Aaron Swartz, an Internet activist who killed himself while facing computer-fraud charges, was a “travesty of justice.” Berners-Lee made the remarks in an interview after a...

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Accessory makers and app developers aren't the only ones that have built businesses in Apple's orbit.

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Accessory makers and app developers aren't the only ones that have built businesses in Apple's orbit.

The Big Business of Apple Blogs

Amid a crowded field of websites dedicated to covering every move of Apple, John Gruber’s Daring Fireball blog stands out. With about 5 million visitors a month, the 10-year-old site has grabbed the attention of those inside the $634 billion juggernaut and...

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Path's Dave Morin was interviewed by reporters at a Bloomberg Newsmaker event in San Francisco.

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Path's Dave Morin was interviewed by reporters at a Bloomberg Newsmaker event in San Francisco.

Path’s Morin Says He’s ‘Bullish’ on Microsoft’s Windows Phone

Social-networking service Path is ramping up efforts to reach users of mobile devices. Dave Morin, Path’s chief executive officer, said the startup will release an app designed for Apple’s iPad this year. He said Path is likely to release an app...

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