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Personalized service may be key to success of Internet-TV links

By Scott Kirsner
September 17, 2006

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Ever since Steve Jobs began prefacing Apple's product names with a lower-case ``i," with the introduction of the turquoise iMac desktop computer in 1998, the company has been on a tear. The iPod upstaged every digital music player that preceded it, and the accompanying iTunes Music Store made it cool to purchase music legally online. (Full article: 987 words)

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