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Nevada law enforcement cracks down on distracted ...
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Between now and April 20th, Nevada law enforcement teams will be cracking down on distracted drivers throughout the state. Nevada law clearly states that any use of...
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Nature vs. Music: Picking the perfect Bridge Run ...
By Stacy Jacobsonsjacobson@abcnews4.com CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- Tens of thousands of runners, joggers and walkers will converge on Mount Pleasant to complete the Cooper River Bridge Run Saturday....
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What is FLAC? The high-def MP3 explained
... be going, you only need to look at the history of its "lossy" predecessor, the MP3. Though
was one of the first sites to sell MP3s in 1999, dedicated players like the Rio PMP300 were...
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MP3tunes chief hit with estimated $41 million cop...
... only the most recent run-in between the recording industry and Robertson. In 1997 he founded
, a website that allowed users to play music the company copied from thousands of CDs it...
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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Who needs operating sy...
I write a lot about operating systems: Android, Linux, Windows, Mac OS and anything else you can think of. That's because I've always been fascinated by them. I started working with technology in the...
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Business Rockstars Radio Announces New Affiliatio...
ABC’s Shark Tank), Cheryl Tiegs (model, actress and entrepreneur), Michael Robertson (Founder of
), Scott Painter (Founder and CEO of TruCar) and many others. About Business...
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Jury finds for record labels over Michael Roberts...
... with the music industry has been frosty. During the dot-com boom, he founded
, a digital music website that was also sued by record labels. In 2001, it was sold for $372...
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