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  • This is an unboxing and review of the newly updated Survivor Military Duty Case from Griffin Technology. So far, I have not had any issues with the case and …

    New & Updated! Griffin Survivor Case for New iPad 3 & iPad 2 (Unboxing & Review!)

    This is an unboxing and review of the newly updated Survivor Military Duty Case from Griffin Technology. So far, I have not had any issues with the case and …

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  • ...t $0.99 per month,” a YouTube blog statement said. (Also see: YouTube could launch paid subscriptions this week: Report) The statement said this is part of an effort begun in 2007 “that enables content creators to <strong>earn</strong> revenue for their creativity.” YouTube released a list of some 50 channels which will be part of the program starting Thursday. Subscription rates go as high as $7.99 per month. “Every channel has a 14-day f...

    YouTube launches paid channels in TV push; prepares to battle Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon

    ...t $0.99 per month,” a YouTube blog statement said. (Also see: YouTube could launch paid subscriptions this week: Report) The statement said this is part of an effort begun in 2007 “that enables content creators to earn revenue for their creativity.” YouTube released a list of some 50 channels which will be part of the program starting Thursday. Subscription rates go as high as $7.99 per month. “Every channel has a 14-day f...

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  • ...pellate judges expressed skepticism about the legality of Aereo”s operations. In addition, the original judge”s ruling was preliminary, made as part of a decision to let Aereo continue operating while the lawsuits <strong>win</strong>d their way through court. Even if courts continue to side with Aereo on the legality of its setup, broadcasters still could nitpick on the details and try to argue that the antennas don”t actually operate individua...

    TV-over-Internet service expands despite lawsuits

    ...pellate judges expressed skepticism about the legality of Aereo”s operations. In addition, the original judge”s ruling was preliminary, made as part of a decision to let Aereo continue operating while the lawsuits wind their way through court. Even if courts continue to side with Aereo on the legality of its setup, broadcasters still could nitpick on the details and try to argue that the antennas don”t actually operate individua...

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