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Predictably, the controversial data provided by Harris Interactive recently (covered all over the Internet, including “Is Blu-ray on its way out?” in the June 19, 2009 edition of Marketnews online) is being disputed by the Blu-ray Disc Association.
In a surprising turn of events, the Ontario Government has opted to scrap the recently-implemented eco fees that have caused so much controversy and confusion among consumers and retailers.
There has been much confusion around the new 3D format among not just consumers, but also industry members. What do I need in order to demonstrate it to customers? And in turn, what do customers need to buy to get it at home?
As the kids today would say, "Twitter, WTF?" The social networking site experienced a major glitch today that allowed members to force others to follow them; and completely wiped out the Following and Followers lists on most accounts.
A recent study conducted by Parks Associates finds that some form of networking will be found in 168 million homes across the world this year.