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Your congressman wants an iPhone

TheHill.com is reporting that members of the U.S. House of Representatives could be getting iPhones when they return to Washington, D.C. after the elections. The Chief Administrative Office (CAO) oversees all communications systems for the House and has been testing a small number of iPhones to see...

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Congress in your pocket

Having a Congressman or Congresswoman in your pocket used to mean that they owed you a big political favor that you could call in at any time. Now with Congress+ for iPhone / iPod touch from Congress In Your Pocket, the phrase has an entirely different meaning. Congress+ is designed for voters or...

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Pandora may pull the plug on itself

The Washington Post is reporting that Pandora, the Internet radio station available on Mac, iPhone, and iPod touch, may be shutting down service soon. The reason is that Sound Exchange, the money-grubbing blackmailers royalties collection arm affiliated with the Recording Industry Association of...

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US house Reps approve net neutrality bill, reveal semblance of sanity

We aren't out of the woods yet, but a U.S. House of Representatives panel has approved the net neutrality bill, a controversial proposal that would prohibit broadband providers from restricting access and impairing the speed of their competitors' content. Many feel this bill is crucial for market...

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