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tech.fortune.cnn.com — Fortune goes behind Amazons tax war. By Peter Elkind, editor at large FORTUNE -- For many years, Amazon.com enjoyed a crucial leg up compared to traditional retailers like Barnes & Noble, Sears, and Wal-Mart: The e-tailer didn't charge sales taxes to its customers.
twincities.com — In advance of having to collect online state sales tax, Amazon said Tuesday that it will sever ties with its Minnesota-based affiliate websites that receive a fee for referring shoppers to the retail giant's online store. The move comes less than a month after Gov.
zdnet.com — Summary: All four major US carriers now have LTE rolling out and PCMag visited 30 countries testing data speeds and reliability. Results are presented for regions and each city so check to see what the best option is for your area.
techland.time.com — Barnes & Noble Once upon a time, Amazon's Kindles and Barnes & Noble's Nooks were very similar content-consumption tablets at very similar price points. No longer.
newsroom.sprint.com — Sprint Newsroom - the official site for press releases, photos, video, audio, pr contact information, presskits and more.
winonastatenews.com — Winona State University will be the first public university in the Midwest to offer a tablet and a laptop to all students starting in fall 2013. WSU's Digital Life and Learning Program will provide all new Winona State students, and students due for their two-year laptop exchange, an iPad mini or Android-based tablet along with their Mac or PC laptop.
minnov8.com — Good story at MinnPost by Scott Litman, co-founder and Managing Partner of Magnet 360 (@scottmagnet) and co-founder of Minnesota Cup, and John Stavig, Director of the Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship, Carlson School of Management (@gooddrjds).
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