The Pirate Bay on the politics of copyright

The Globe's Matt Hartley talks with a co-founder of the file-sharing website

iTunes Canada receives gift of TV

Apple betting video will drive hardware sales

Project Gotham Racing 3

A visually impressive racer that introduces some welcome changes to the standard PGR formula

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Court case reveals ugly infighting at Motorola

Cellphone company says it fired the CFO 'for cause' — while the former executive says he was canned for blowing the whistle on big problems

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Where have all the blockbusters gone?

After years of steady sales increases, the Canadian video-game market has taken a step backward

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Apple to open iPhone to other applications

Apple's Steve Jobs promises a software development kit for iPhone and iPod Touch in February

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Ten signs Jerry Yang made the right move

Investors are watching whether his gamble is panning out—or not

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Take the taxing part out of filing

Software that help you stay in the Canada Revenue Agency's good graces has come a long way, writes JACK KAPICA

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Finding a parking spot driving you crazy? Let your computer do it for you

New website tracks down a spot, reserves it and takes payment by credit card

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Apps we love

Hassle-free blogging via e-mail, an elegant e-book reader for iPhone, and a plug-in to help avoid bookmark bloat

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Amateur Internet

Andrew Keen took your questions

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Optoma MovieTime DV10

One of a new wave of relatively low-cost, no-hassle projectors that will bring big-screen home theatre to the masses

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Rayman Raving Rabbids

Makes great use of the Wii's unique aspects and offers very sweet, but short, experience

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Facebook foils Canadian lawsuits

Small but growing number of lawsuits have faltered because of damning messages and photographs posted on social media sites

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Green gadget promises savings for the power hungry

Spanish invention offers relief for the environment and the wallet by cutting down on standby power use