Anthony Lewis, the New York Times columnist who twice won a Pulitzer Prize, died Monday, according to the New York Times. He was 85.
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Verizon Wireless wants machine-to-machine devices to run on the company's open wireless network, according to VP of Open Development Anthony Lewis. Automated homes, where 'appliances can talk to each other' on the wireless network and let repairmen know when they need fixing, are 'around the corner,' he says. In March, Verizon launched its open development initiative to let devices made by other companies run on its network--a marked change from its former restrictive policies.
Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Anthony Lewis continues the discussion of freedom of speech's limits.
As the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's first female chief justice, Margaret Marshall authored the decision that paved the way for Massachusetts to legalize same-sex marriage. Marshall talks with Emily Rooney about the historic Goodridge decision, growing up under apartheid in South Africa, her marriage to former columnist Anthony Lewis, and much more.
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