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Daily Archives: February 27th, 2016

No, tablets aren’t dead

Excerpt: Every so often, AOL-owned tech­nol­o­gy blog TechCrunch pub­lish­es a piece writ­ten by a con­trib­u­tor that bizarrely declares some­thing that remains in wide­spread usage to be dead. MG Siegler infa­mous­ly pro­claimed the mouse to be dead in 2010, and lat­er that same year, in the span of a sin­gle week, TechCrunch writ­ers aston­ish­ing­ly pro­claimed that the […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Media & Culture, Policy Topics, Technology
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Early numbers suggest Hillary Clinton has scored a big victory in South Carolina

Excerpt: As expect­ed, it took only a few sec­onds fol­low­ing the clos­ing of polls in South Car­oli­na for cable and broad­cast news net­works to project that Hillary Clin­ton had won. Though the actu­al num­bers are still trick­ling in, it looks like Clin­ton has scored an impres­sive vic­to­ry. Present­ly, she has around four-fifths of the vote. South Car­oli­na […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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