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It started with Robert Scoble of Podtech complaining that Engadget didn't link to his Intel video (which I wrote about here, complete with comments from Scoble), but it has turned into a discussion about whether that video was compromised by the fact that Intel is a sponsor of Podtech. As Scoble clarified in the comments…

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Video is the future of the Internet, right? Everybody knows that -- Google buys YouTube, the Skype boys launch Joost, video blogs are the bomb, etc., etc. And there's no question that a well-done video clip can be incredibly affecting, and moving. But is it a great information-delivery tool? I would argue that it is…

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An interesting development, tucked away in an article at Fortune magazine about the company behind the Parallels software program, which allows Mac users to run Windows in a virtual machine and switch back and forth (relatively) seamlessly. For all the hiccups and lag that some users have reported, it is still an amazing feat --…

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Okay, someone explain this to me: Intel, a company that makes microprocessors, is backing and selling -- but not profiting from -- a suite of "Enterprise 2.0" software for companies that includes blogging software (Typepad), a wiki (Socialtext), and RSS feed software (Simplefeed and Newsgator), called Suite Two. Is the microchip giant hoping that a…

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Earlier this month, Skype announced that it had signed a deal with Intel Corp. which gives users of the company's new dual-core chips added features when they make VOIP calls with Skype. Specifically, it allows them to engage in conference calls with as many as 10 people, compared with only five for the non-Intel version,…