The RP’s Weekly Web Gems: The Politics of Tech

The Politics of Tech

Two Chinese workers who are employed by Apple in a Suzhou, China factory who were poisoned by toxins due to working conditions have written an open letter pleading with consumers to push for reform. [BGR]

Finally a company got the touchpad on laptops right. Thanks, Razer. [engadget]

“How Target Figured Out A Teen Girl Was Pregnant Before Her Father Did” [Forbes]

Microsoft is beginning a new ad campaign that is not shy about attacking Google. Wait til you see it. [BGR]

Zynga, the game maker known for mega-popular social games like “Farmville”, has committed a gaming sin. After their game “Dream Heights” received many negative reviews two of Zynga’s employees were caught offering their own reviews. [toucharcade]


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