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Popcorn Time Offers Smooth-as-Butter Streaming


Popcorn Time, known as the "Netflix for Pirates," has introduced a browser-based service that lets users play streaming videos without having to download anything. The videos play on the company's servers. However, the browser-based service does not include a built-in virtual private network, a feature of the downloadable Popcorn Time app. Most of the videos stream in HD.
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Walmart Banks on Shaking Up E-Commerce


Walmart will be releasing its earnings report on Tuesday, and analysts are expecting hear a lot about the role of e-commerce in the current quarter, as well as an important factor in the company's growth strategy. One of things it's planning to do is to take on Amazon Prime. Walmart last week confirmed that it will roll out its own subscription shipping service, reportedly code-named "Tahoe," this summer.
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Re: Ground Zero for Electronic Fraud 2  James   2001-10-13 16:38:42 
Re: U.S. Sues Web Site for Internet Fee Scam 2  John   2001-10-13 14:12:37 
Re: Connecting With the Future of Online Ads 6  david Matias   2001-10-13 13:18:37 
Re: Amazon.com Continues Working Toward Its First Operating Profit 2  larry   2001-10-13 10:10:21 
Re: Watchdog Sites Shut Down in Interest of National Security 3  Will Doherty   2001-10-12 19:04:42 
Re: eBay Stores Not Ready for Prime Time 6  Diane   2001-10-12 13:39:26 
Re: Facing the Day of Decision on E-Taxes 2  Cesar Moncada   2001-10-11 16:05:46 
Re: Holocaust Survivors Sue Yahoo! Over Nazi Auctions 3  get a clue   2001-10-11 12:49:38 
Re: Madonna's Domain Name Crusade 4  walter   2001-10-10 16:56:32 
Re: Toys 'R' Us: The Latest
Brick-and-Mortar that Doesn't Get it?
2  Marcus   2001-10-09 19:26:28 
Re: One Year Ago: Chip Market Still Healthy, Study Says 2  Kara   2001-10-09 15:13:56 
Re: One Year Ago: Boo.com Rises from Dot-Com Graveyard 2  King Yiu Chu   2001-10-09 05:05:51 
Re: U.S. Shuts Down Net Porn Billing Scam 2  Robert DeGarmo   2001-10-08 20:19:39 
Re: Merger Mania Could Include Many E-Commerce Buyouts, Analysts Say 2  Jim Lee   2001-10-08 19:39:14 
Re: Feds Knock Down Net Pyramid Schemes 4  kelvin otis   2001-10-08 15:56:39 
Re: Can Technology Be a Health Hazard? 2  keith   2001-10-05 17:01:52 
Re: Bloomingdale's, Macy's Engage WeddingChannel.com 2  Robert Dougher   2001-10-04 23:02:30 
Re: Diversinet Becomes Ubiq-uitous 2  c chaney   2001-10-04 20:08:04 
Re: For Dot-Com Workers, Double Trouble Post-Bubble 5  Brian   2001-10-04 13:10:13 
Re: Venture Capital's Disappearing Act 2  James Foskett   2001-10-04 10:09:18 

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.