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While Apple devices don’t traditionally attract corporate clients, JPMorgan Chase & Co. is giving iPads to all of its global investment banking employees. Several other corporations are also considering the iPad for business uses. Is this bad news for the BlackBerry PlayBook?  You bet it is!  In other news: How cool is Xbox Kinect? How about 2.5 million units sold in 25 days?  Kinect is “the” must have gift this holiday season. And for good reason, it’s really fun to play with. And finally: When is the Internet like a toll road?  When Comcast asks Netflix to pay a toll to deliver videos to Comcast customers. And Level 3, the network that delivers Netflix videos, is in a serious fight with Comcast about it. The fight has a name, it’s called Net Neutrality.  Content providers want a free and open Internet.  ISP’s like Comcast want to charge for every bit over their networks. Who will ultimately win? Visit shellypalmer.com to read all about it.

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"Shelly Palmer Radio Report – December 1, 2010" by @ShellyPalmer

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