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Broadband use grows in Ohio. Connect Ohio said this week that the number of households in the state with computers rose 4 percent over last year and 9 percent compared to 2008. Broadband use grew even faster– up 6.5 percent over last year and 20 percent compared to 2008. [The Columbus Dispatch, ConnectOhio]
Indians use broadband to reach fans. The Cleveland Indians are using a new section of seats with Wi-Fi connections to reach out to fans who want to blog, Facebook and Tweet during games this season at Progressive Field. [(OH) Broadband in the News]
Special Report: The end of Apple’s iPod era. After years of serving as Apple’s main source of revenue, the iPod’s influence on the company’s financial health has diminished to the point of being effectively irrelevant as a revenue driver, marking an end to the ‘iPod era.’ [AppleInsider]
CallCopy chief wins entrepreneur award. Raymond Bohac, the CEO of CallCopy, is among the winners of Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for south central Ohio and Kentucky. [Business First of Columbus via TechLife Columbus]