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-- Lawmakers are debating how to tax venture capitalists as they figure out how to pay for the jobs bill now in the Senate. Jose Ferreira, founder and CEO of test prep company Knewton, explains why he supports tax breaks for the industry.

-- Bloomberg wanted an extension of the FCC's deadline on comments regarding the NBC Universal-Comcast deal. The FCC said no.

-- The city of San Francisco wants cellphone vendors to display how much radiation is emitted by the phones they sell.

-- Is Google developing a micropayment system for newspapers? More speculation emerges from Italy.

-- Oh, my, the first iPhone 4 camper has surfaced in Dallas. "Some would say I am crazy, but I say I'm a very determined fan."

Jia Lynn Yang

By Jia Lynn Yang  |  June 18, 2010; 9:47 AM ET
Categories:  Apple , Comcast , Consumers , FCC , Google , Media , Tech for Development , comcast  
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So there are two tech blogs on this news site, and no original reporting on either of them.

Posted by: horace1 | June 18, 2010 10:20 AM | Report abuse

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