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(The Verge)   CBS says it won't interfere in CNET's 'actual news,' just reviews. Oh, ok, I guess that makes it better   (theverge.com) divider line 4
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2013-01-15 10:10:20 AM
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uncoveror: All Cnet has ever done is cheerlead for their advertisers.


This. I have no idea why it's become the most-trafficked tech news site. The reviewers (Katzmaier in particular) are awful.
2013-01-15 09:00:12 AM
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All Cnet has ever done is cheerlead for their advertisers.
2013-01-15 08:31:18 AM
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Carth: The Streisand effect strikes again. Now people who don't even read CNET know that Dish Network's hopper was going to with the best in show award.


Pretty much. Reminds me of the Apple vs. Samsung lawsuits... I'm honestly not sure Samsung would've received as much attention for their products, had Apple not made them so public.
2013-01-15 08:30:38 AM
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"OK, I know it hasn't worked out the past 7,289,457 times...but if we act like an autonomous corporate bully and completely overreact to a relatively minor problem THIS TIME, I'm sure it will work out well for us."
 
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