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Google Photos celebrates first birthday and 24 billion selfies

Happy birthday, Google Photos. In the year since its launch, the service has created 1.6 billion animations, collages and movies from your snapshots, according to a post on the Google blog. More than that, there've been some 2 trillion labels,...

1.1 hours on engadget.com

The Week in iPad Cases: Toffee's Leather Shopper is much more than an iPad bag

New iPad cases of the weekThis week’s roundup of new iPad cases brings us the Leather Shopper, a handsome tote bag with room for your iPad and all of its essentials. Plus, cases with Apple Pencil holders, modern backpacks, and more. Read...

9.9 hours on macworld.com

iPhone 7 To Be Similar In Design To iPhone 6S

As Apple continues its preparations for the forthcoming iPhone 7, many fans and industry observers are wondering whether the next generation device will be a huge departure from the existing iPhone 6S. Early indications from the likes of KGI analyst...

11.9 hours on valuewalk.com

Here's Facebook's next major app: Moments

Moments could emerge a as a core mobile app for the social...

12.2 hours on api-internal.usatoday.com.akadns.net

Apple Attracts More Hedge Funds, but Other Tech Giants Keep Up

It is one of the market’s great paradoxes. Although today’s tech giants are some of the largest companies in the world, many of them are growing at double-digit percentage rates. While the law of large numbers has befallen Apple...

12.4 hours on insidermonkey.com

iPhone 7, iPhone 8: Apple Naming Strategy

Apple may have to rethink how it is going to name the iPhone 7 and even a possible iPhone 8. For years now, Apple has had a well-oiled naming strategy, which adhered to a relatively strict schedule that is often referred to as “tick tock”....

12.9 hours on valuewalk.com

iOS 10 Rumored Features: Siri, Apple Pay, HomeKit

As Apple’s WWDC developer conference on June the 13-17th edges closer. There are more and more iOS 10 features entering the rumor mill daily. With some being just plain fixes to existing problems and others being completely new features that...

13.7 hours on valuewalk.com

Android wins again: Future features beat Apple every time

Android’s future is always so bright it must certainly be wearing shades, must it not?Writing for the reportedly confirmed bipedal life forms over at Business Insider, Rafi Letzter says “This is about to be the best reason to switch from...

14.9 hours on macworld.com

Apple Watch 2 Rumors Point To Major Design Changes

Fans of wearable devices are eagerly awaiting the Apple Watch 2; Apple’s second attempt to produce a smartwatch. The first Apple Watch was a qualified success for the consumer electronics giant, with sales of the smartwatch ultimately rather...

15.6 hours on valuewalk.com

The week in Apple news: iPhone 7 rumors, MacBook Pro rumors, Apple TV rumors, and some actual news

Apple headlines for the week ending May 27, 2016As Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) approaches, the rumors are starting to heat up. There are fresh rumors about the MacBook Pro, the iPhone 7, the Apple Car, iTunes content, and more....

15.9 hours on macworld.com

IPhone 6s vs. Galaxy S7 Drop Test [VIDEO]

If you are one of those people who love to go that little bit further when comparing smartphones, this iPhone 6s vs Galaxy S7 drop test should have you drooling. Seriously what could be a better test of strength, then seeing which handset comes out on...

16.7 hours on valuewalk.com

NEVER MIND THE DEATH THREATS: An Apple Store worker tells us what it's really like working for Apple

A veteran Apple retail worker has given Business Insider a lengthy interview about what it is really like working at Apple in the UK. This staffer told us: Workers feel the company's mandatory internal criticism policy makes Apple "like a...

18.9 hours on businessinsider.com

Google and Ray Kurzweil are making chatbots together

While we don't often hear Ray Kurzweil's name associated with Google products, Mountain View hired him back in 2012 to work on unspecified machine learning and language processing projects. Now, the famous futurist has finally revealed...

22.5 hours on engadget.com

Activists say Vietnam shut down Facebook during Obama's visit

During President Obama's three-day trip to Vietnam this week, authorities in the country blocked access to Facebook in an attempt to silence political dissidents, according to reports from two activist organizations. Digital-rights group Access...

22.9 hours on engadget.com

Google wins against Oracle but the fight over fair use and APIs drags on

On Thursday, Google’s long protracted battle with Oracle ended in Google’s favor when a jury of 10 people found in Google’s favor. The details of Oracle v. Google go all the way back to 2010, when Oracle filed suit against...

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Google is selling its robot company to Toyota

Google is selling Boston Dynamics, the robotics startup it bought in 2013, to Toyota, reports Tech Insider. A source says the "ink is nearly dry" on the deal, but didn't disclose the price.  The robotics division has been a source...

27.5 hours on businessinsider.com

Trading Facebook and Alphabet

"Fast Money" traders picked between Google parent Alphabet and Facebook as they compete in the advertising...

27.9 hours on cnbc.com

Analyst: iPhone Pro imminent

Apple's suppliers may be hinting that the iPhone is moving away from the "numbered"...

28 hours on cnbc.com

How to Turn Off Find My iPhone for Your iOS Device or Mac

Find My iPhone | Source: Apple Most of the time, Apple’s Find my iPhone feature is great. It can help you locate a misplaced iPhone, whether you dropped it between the couch cushions or left it on the table in your office’s conference...

28.4 hours on cheatsheet.com

Those rumors of an all-glass iPhone just got a lot more realistic

Even though it’s way too early to be talking about the 2017 iPhone, rumors about the device continue to persist. Thus far, the rumors have suggested that the 2017 iPhone (maybe the iPhone 7S?) will return to an all-glass design. This was first...

28.7 hours on mashable.com

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Mortgage Serious Delinquency rates declined in April

Freddie Mac reported that the Single-Family serious delinquency rate decreased in April to 1.15% from 1.20% in March.  Freddie's rate is down from 1.66% in April 2015. This is the lowest rate since August 2008.Freddie's serious...

29.1 hours on calculatedriskblog.com

Google has defeated Oracle in a case everyone in Silicon Valley was watching

A jury has ruled that Google’s use of Oracle’s Java software in the creation of Android constitutes fair use and is therefore not a copyright violation. Oracle filed the lawsuit against Google in 2012 at which time a jury handed down...

29.4 hours on businesspundit.com

Women More Outspoken Than Men On Facebook

A new study has researched Facebook posts and concluded that women speak more assertively than men on the popular social networking site. Facebook Analysis Most men with any experience of the fairer sex would agree with Rudyard Kipling’s...

30.1 hours on valuewalk.com

Mark Zuckerberg is doing a Facebook Live with space station astronauts

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has already done a handful of Facebook Live broadcasts, talking about Facebook and its initiatives as well as interviewing members of the company.  For his next Facebook Live, however, Zuckerberg is doing something...

30.5 hours on mashable.com

Copyright questions remain after Google’s fair use victory

 If you didn’t already know the jury’s decision in Oracle’s long-running lawsuit against Google, you wouldn’t have been able to guess it from looking at either company’s legal team yesterday....

30.9 hours on techcrunch.com

LiveRail Derailed: Facebook Shutting Down Video Ad Exchange

Facebook announced in January that it would no longer accept ad-serving customers for LiveRail and that it would transition existing ones to other products, and now it appears to be the end of the line for the programmatic video ad exchange. The...

30.9 hours on adweek.com

Apple's intelligent assistant plans shouldn't just echo the Echo

So, rumor has it that Apple is working on a competitor to the Amazon Echo, and has been for a while. Rumor also has it that the company may also be adding a microphone and speaker to the Apple TV, to make it more Echo-like. Furthermore, yet another...

31.2 hours on macworld.com

Mark Zuckerberg will use Facebook Live to chat with the ISS

Live video is all the rage for Facebook right now, and next week CEO Mark Zuckerberg will show off the feature with some help from NASA. On Wednesday, June 1st, Zuckerberg will host a 20-minute livestream with NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff...

31.4 hours on engadget.com

6 Strategies For Creating a Pricing Page That Sells

Regardless of the quality and utility of a service, so much of a service's success comes down to its packaging. This isn't a particularly new concept, but it's one small business owners would be wise to remind themselves of again and...

31.5 hours on huffingtonpost.com

Report: Your current phone probably won't work with Google's Daydream VR

Even if you have a top-of-the-line phone, it’s not likely to be compatible with Google’s Daydream VR initiative.That’s the word from Clay Bavor, who heads up the company’s virtual reality efforts. He told RoadtoVR that specific...

31.7 hours on pcworld.com

Five to Try: Google opens its Science Journal, and Brothers is a beautiful adventure

Load up on fresh Android apps and games for the weekend...

31.9 hours on pcworld.com

That time Apple's Lisa Jackson met India's 'solar mamas'

It happened to be one of the hottest days ever recorded in Rajasthan, with the mercury touching 123 degrees Fahrenheit. While most of the media followed Apple CEO Tim Cook's every move as he met India's business tycoons, political leaders and...

32.3 hours on mashable.com

Qorvo's Success Is Not Tied to Apple

Strong guidance shows the company has a lot more to itRelated Stocks: QRVO, AAPL, SWKS, JBL,...

32.3 hours on gurufocus.com

Friday Apple Rumors: Siri Home Assistant May Recognize Faces

InvestorPlaceInvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Friday's Apple Rumors include iOS 10 being showed off during WWDC 2016, two devices being pulled from Apple Stores and more. The post Friday Apple Rumors: Siri Home...

32.4 hours on ewallstreeter.com

Microsoft, Facebook to lay massive undersea cable

Insatiable demand for bandwidth is driving tech companies to own their own data...

32.6 hours on api-internal.usatoday.com.akadns.net

I Used To Think Freddie Mac Was A Pimp

TOP 5 ALL TIME BAILOUT SONG Friday post dedicated to Chris Whalen and Sheila Bair. Song from Rhett and Link. "I used to think that Freddie Mac was a pimp, but now my mutual fund is the one walking with a limp. Fannie Mae, you almost failed me,...

32.8 hours on ewallstreeter.com

Google app for iOS gets support for AMP and keyboard shortcuts

 Google launched an updated version of its Google app for iOS today. Typically, these are minor updates, but today’s version brings a couple of interesting new features to the app. The most immediately useful of these is the addition...

32.9 hours on techcrunch.com

How Google ended up fighting itself

Google's investments are so widespread that the giant company sometimes finds itself at odds with its own...

33.1 hours on cnbc.com

Would you buy a subscription to the Apple lifestyle? (AAPL)

Apple critics often scoff that when people buy a MacBook or an iPhone, they aren’t really buying a gadget as much as they are buying into the “Apple lifestyle.” But that might not be such a bad thing for the company moving...

33.4 hours on businessinsider.com

Fearing forced Windows 10 upgrades, users are disabling critical updates instead

Microsoft stepped on the gas in its quest to drive Windows 7 and 8 users to Windows 10 over the past couple of weeks, rolling the upgrade out as a Recommended update. Watch out! The only behavior that could deny the Windows 10 upgrade...

33.9 hours on pcworld.com

11 Business Books Mark Zuckerberg Wants You to Read

Studies show that reading sharpens your mind so it comes as no surprise that these 11 business books Mark Zuckerberg wants you to read have helped him be on top of the game in the social media industry. The Facebook founder started a book club in 2015...

34.2 hours on insidermonkey.com

Samsung's New Device Is A Blatant iPhone Ripoff

There's really only one way to say this: The new Samsung C5 phone is a copy of Apple's popular iPhone 6 and 6S devices. The Korean tech company launched the device along with a fancier C7 phone on Thursday. For now, the...

34.4 hours on huffingtonpost.com

Apple's Likely Move to New Screens for Its iPhones Should Help These Three Companies

As Apple prepares to start using OLED display technology in its iPhones, there will be plenty of beneficiaries, including Applied Materials . Just last week, Santa Clara, Calif.-based Applied Materials revealed in its second-quarter...

34.5 hours on thestreet.com

Why iPhone 8 With An All-Glass Design May Be A Bad Idea

Last month, well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a research note that Apple would ditch the aluminum chassis in favor of an all-glass design in its 2017 iPhone. To mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, Apple will reportedly...

35.7 hours on valuewalk.com

Google wins copyright case against Oracle, dodging $9 billion fine

Litigation over Google’s use of Java code isn't over...

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Tech Tip: Fixing Microsoft Office for Mac Update Errors

Some OS X versions of the popular business suite need a little extra help to be updated...

36.3 hours on nytimes.com

17 banned Google Adwords products you will never find on the platform

Thousands of people and companies utilize Google Adwords campaigns every day. Over the years, Adwords has been one of the most popular adtech solutions for reaching your customers as they are searching for a solution. But what you may not know...

36.7 hours on businesspundit.com

Facebook Inc, Microsoft Corporation To Lay Subsea Cable Across Atlantic

Facebook and Microsoft have teamed up to work on an ambitious project that requires laying high-capacity Internet cable across the Atlantic. The two companies announced the plan on Thursday, saying that customers are increasingly demanding...

36.7 hours on valuewalk.com

Netflix, Inc. Up After Apple Inc. Interest, But Don’t Believe The Hype

Netflix shares were up Thursday after the Financial Times claimed that Apple has expressed interest in purchasing a media company. In late 2015, in a meeting between Eddy Cue and Olaf Olafsson, the former raised the possibility of bidding for Time...

36.7 hours on valuewalk.com

Refreshed Apple TV To Challenge Amazon Echo [REPORT]

Apple is expanding its portfolio of products and working on a refreshed Apple TV rather than a new hardware product to compete with Amazon’s Echo, a voice-activated assistant packaged inside a speaker, according to VentureBeat. No new...

36.8 hours on valuewalk.com

The Roll review: iPhone app takes intelligent charge of your Camera Roll

Attention iPhone shooters: Just because you feel compelled to take 100 shots of your favorite local band’s holiday concert or that cute duck family in the park doesn’t mean locating the image you want or endlessly scrolling to find the...

36.9 hours on macworld.com

Facebook Users Prefer to Share Funny, Inspiring Content (Infographic)

With more than 1 billion people logging in every day, Facebook is the king of social networks in terms of daily active users and the amount of referral traffic generated by those users. Still some businesses have a hard time utilizing the deluge of data,...

36.9 hours on adweek.com

Friday’s Vital Data: Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA)

InvestorPlaceInvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Netflix (NFLX) call options rally on Apple (AAPL) acquisition speculation while Tesla Motors (TSLA) breakout drives technical buying activity. The post Friday’s...

37.4 hours on ewallstreeter.com

Apple's stock falls 0.7% premarket, after running up 6.6% over the previous five sessions

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this breaking news. ...

37.9 hours on marketwatch.com

APPLE broached TIMEWARNER bid as growth hunt turns to content...

APPLE broached TIMEWARNER bid as growth hunt turns to content...(First column, 1st story, link) ...

38.3 hours on drudgereportfeed.com

Microsoft Positioned for Sustained Success

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38.4 hours on morningstar.com

Zuckerberg is ‘dictator’ of Facebook ‘nation’: Pirate Bay founder

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is the “dictator” of “the biggest nation in the world”, the co-founder of The Pirate Bay, told CNBC on...

38.6 hours on cnbc.com

Ask the iTunes Guy: Changes in iTunes 12.4

iTunes 12.4 is out, and there are lots of questions about the major and minor changes to this version of the app. In this week’s column, I discuss one question about a podcast view that has been removed from iTunes. I also look at a question...

38.9 hours on macworld.com

Feature Friday: Learn To Code on an iPhone

Hopscotch is a visual programming environment, like Scratch or Blockly, that runs on an iPhone. If your kids like to grab your phone and watch videos or play games on it, put Hopscotch on your phone and encourage them to make games instead of just...

39 hours on avc.com

Acer's Windows 10 Switch hybrids are priced to battle Chromebooks

Windows 10 PC prices have been slowly creeping up, but some new back-to-school Switch tablet/laptop hybrid devices from Acer may be attractive to those on a shoestring budget.The US$199 Switch One 10 is one of a few touchscreen hybrids priced under...

39 hours on pcworld.com

Robber arrested after Facebook suggests the victim adds him

People know people. It's how Facebook works. Now it's a random force for good, helping to track and convict a thief in Birmingham in the UK. Omar Famuyide was spotted on the social network's "people you may...

39.8 hours on engadget.com

Vietnam blocked access to Facebook during Obama visit

 This much-talked about Instagram photo wasn’t the only product of President Obama’s recent visit to Vietnam. The Southeast Asian country also cut access to Facebook while the head of the U.S. was on its soil. Read More ...

40.5 hours on techcrunch.com

Acer's Windows 10 Switch hybrids priced to battle Chromebooks

Windows 10 PC prices have been slowly creeping up, but some new back-to-school Switch tablet/laptop hybrid devices from Acer may be attractive to those on a shoestring budget. The US$199 Switch One 10 is one of a few touchscreen hybrids priced under...

41.5 hours on pcworld.com

We look Apple as an opportunity, not threat: Raj Shankar, MD, Redington India

Redington has managed to grow every single business in FY16, which was a perfect storm, which was having the highest adversity, said the managing...

42.9 hours on economictimes.indiatimes.com

Microsoft and Facebook to build a high-speed underwater cable connecting the U.S. to Europe

Facebook and Microsoft on Thursday announced that they are teaming up to build a subsea cable across the Atlantic Ocean. In a blog post, Microsoft says that the goal of the cable is to “help meet the growing customer demand for high speed,...

42.9 hours on mashable.com

Facebook tests news feed sorted by topics in Australia

In Australia, Facebook is testing a new version of the news feed.  On Friday, a large number of users noticed a selection of topics at the top of their news feed on both the desktop version of the site and its mobile app. Facebook had kindly...

44.1 hours on mashable.com

Apple is ‘working rapidly’ to launch Apple Pay in more countries in Asia and Europe

 Apple Pay may only be available in a handful of countries right now, but the iPhone maker is working hard to extend the footprint of its digital payment services into new parts of the world. Read More ...

44.3 hours on techcrunch.com

Facebook starts selling offsite ads targeting non-users too

 Facebook’s advertising network is already a colossal business — it helped the social network bring in $5.38 billion in revenue during its most recent quarter alone — but it is about to take a step towards become...

44.6 hours on techcrunch.com

Inside the $2.3 billion start-up backed by Zuckerberg

Unlike consumer-facing payment apps like Apple Pay, Adyen works on the back-end and is a business-to-business...

44.7 hours on cnbc.com

Windows 10 beta testers can make Cortana a DJ or an egg timer

Beta testers who elect to receive the the freshest test builds of Windows 10 have some new features on the way, as we move even closer to the big Anniversary Update this summer. With Build 14352, Cortana's music abilities go from simply being...

45 hours on engadget.com

Facebook to show ads to non-users

Facebook says it will help marketers show ads to all Internet users who visit websites or mobile apps in its ad network, not just Facebook...

45.2 hours on api-internal.usatoday.com.akadns.net

Windows 10 Build 14352 lets Windows Insiders run two antivirus programs on their PC

With Microsoft’s Insider Preview Build 14352 of Windows 10, released on Thursday afternoon, new features include the ability to ask Cortana for specific songs and ink reminders in Windows Ink’s Sticky Notes. The most interesting...

2 days on pcworld.com

Microsoft, Facebook Team Up on Undersea Internet Cable in the Atlantic

InvestorPlaceInvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) have struck a partnership to build a cable network in the Atlantic Ocean. The two companies...

2 days on ewallstreeter.com

Google Discontinues Nexus 9 Tablets

InvestorPlaceInvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Google is no longer selling Nexus 9 tablets as the device has been discontinued. The gadget never really caught on, and neither did several other Nexus products. The post...

2 days on ewallstreeter.com

People in Massachusetts can't even spell 'Massachusetts,' according to Google

While the nation's best spellers are tackling words along the lines of "sylvilagus" and "tibourbou" at the Scripps Spelling Bee finals Thursday, Google has found the rest of the country struggles with some decidedly simpler...

2 days on mashable.com

Gawker founder challenges billionaire Facebook board member to public debate after lawsuit revelation

Gawker founder Nick Denton wants to take his media company's battle with billionaire investor Peter Thiel out of the shadows and into a more visible arena. In a caustic open letter posted to Gawker late on Thursday, Denton challenged the...

2 days on mashable.com

Google Beats Oracle on Copyright, Defeating $9 Billion Claim

Big defeat for Oracle in its long pursuit of the search...

2 days on washingtonpost.com

The Apple Gap

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Apple has flirted with Hollywood before: analysis

Apple and rumors of a Hollywood play have circulated since Toy Story hit the big screen in...

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ACLU joins Microsoft suit against DOJ

The suit represents yet another tech company challenge to legal requests for consumer...

2 days on api-internal.usatoday.com.akadns.net

Apple’s Amazon Echo competitor might be another new Apple TV

If Apple wants to compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home, it doesn’t necessarily need a brand-new product. Instead, why not just slap a more powerful microphone and an onboard speaker into a next-generation Apple TV?VentureBeat, citing an...

2 days on macworld.com

Google defeats Oracle, jury decides Android is fair use

Google's Android operating system does not infringe on Oracle copyrights, a jury ruled...

2 days on api-internal.usatoday.com.akadns.net

Is Apple’s Didi Investment More About R&D Than Tie-Ups?

Company's biggest benefit could be data relatedRelated Stocks: AAPL, TSLA,...

2 days on gurufocus.com

Jury rules for Google in Oracle fight

A jury has ruled in favor of Google on fair use in a software copyright trial with...

2 days on cnbc.com

44 Percent of U.S. Adults Get News Via Facebook (Study)

A total of 62 percent of adults in the U.S. get news via social networks, and 64 percent of those who do usually get their news from just one social network, usually Facebook. Pew Research Center and the John S. and James L. Knight...

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Alphabet's Google Beats Oracle In $9 Billion Android Trial

SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 (Reuters) - A U.S. jury handed Alphabet's Google a major victory on Thursday in a long-running copyright lawsuit against Oracle Corp, saying the law allowed Google's use of Oracle's software to create its Android...

2 days on huffingtonpost.com

Google Prevails as Jury Rebuffs Oracle in Code Copyright Case

The decision, which will be appealed, means that Google owes its Silicon Valley rival nothing for code it used in the Android operating...

2 days on nytimes.com

Microsoft will no longer let you use '12345' as your password

The golden age of passwords is coming to a close. The change started when websites started rating passwords as we were creating them, trying to get us to add some capital letters and symbols to boost their status from weak to strong. SEE ALSO:...

2 days on mashable.com

Patent troll wants Apple to shut down iMessage and FaceTime

For some companies, winning $625 million from Apple is not enough of a reward. On Wednesday, VirnetX asked a Texas judge to order Apple to shut down iMessage and FaceTime while their patent case goes to appeal. Previously, VirnetX was awarded $625...

2 days on macworld.com

Alphabet Rising, Oracle Slips, as Jury Finds for Google in Java Suit

Shares of Alphabet (GOOGL) are up $1.48 at $738.41, in late trading, while Oracle (ORCL) stock is down 32 cents, or 0.8%, at $39.63, as the federal jury in  California handed Google a victory in the latest twist of Oracle’s...

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iPhone 7 May Largely Be Manufactured By Robots [REPORT]

The iPhone 7 could end up being one of the first smartphones to be mostly made by robots. Foxconn, one of Apple’s supplier and a key manufacturer of the iPhone, has just upgraded one of its factories to replace almost 60,000 production line...

2 days on valuewalk.com

Jury finds Google’s implementation of Java in Android was fair use

 Software developers can breathe a massive sigh of relief — a jury found today that Google’s implementation of 37 Java APIs in Android qualified as fair use. However, Oracle attorneys have already indicated that they...

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Google cleared of infringement in Oracle lawsuit over Java

A jury in San Francisco has cleared Google of copyright infringement in a case brought by Oracle over Google’s use of Java in Android.The jury of eight women and two men took three days to reach its verdict. Oracle was seeking up to $9...

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Report: Next Apple TV might be an Amazon Echo competitor

It seems Apple is finally gearing up to make Siri useful. Following a report from earlier this week about Apple developing a smart Bluetooth speaker similar to the Amazon Echo, now VentureBeat is reporting that the next Apple TV could also have the...

2 days on engadget.com

The Week in iPhone Cases: Speck's CandyShell Clear, sparkle edition

New summer-ready iPhone case designsThis week’s roundup of new iPhone cases introduces a sparkly version of Speck’s classic CandyShell case. Plus, catchy colors, sturdy enclosures, and tough screen shields. Read on!BallisticThe Tough Jacket...

2 days on macworld.com

Facebook, Microsoft Team Up on MAREA Subsea Cable

Facebook and Microsoft are going under, as in underwater: The two tech giants will team up to build a new, state-of-the-art subsea cable across the Atlantic Ocean. The new cable, MAREA, will be the highest-capacity subsea cable to cross the Atlantic...

2 days on adweek.com

Apple breaks past $100 barrier

Want to buy Apple (AAPL) stock? You're better bring a...

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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Rising Thanks to Apple (AAPL) Rumors, Bullish Analyst

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) shares are 2.5% in the green today after a report from the Financial Times claimed that a senior Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) executive had pitched the idea of the company acquiring Time Warner Inc...

2 days on insidermonkey.com

Breakingviews: Rethinking Apple’s Recipe for Success

An aging iPhone, a tepid stock price and a pile of idle cash, however, could make even a mediocre idea look awfully...

2 days on nytimes.com

Apple could have trouble opening Apple Stores in India

Just last week, a report claimed that Apple had plans to open four stores in India by the end of 2017.Not so fast, says India’s fiance ministry.Two government officials told the Wall Street Journal that the ministry has rejected another...

2 days on macworld.com

Google goes after Microsoft, Tableau, and others with a new free analytics tool

Google is doubling down on its commitment to the business analytics market with the launch of a new free data visualization tool. The company has launched Data Studio, a free version of the data visualization tool it introduced as part of an...

2 days on pcworld.com

Report: Apple considered buying Time Warner, owner of HBO and CNN

Apple could’ve become the second largest media company in the world following Disney. According to the Financial Times, a top Apple executive proposed bidding for Time Warner, the media company that owns the Warner Bros. movie studio, HBO, and...

2 days on macworld.com

Facebook is reportedly working on 'shoppable' video ads

Facebook already has ways for you to shop using ads and shop pages on the social network. In an effort to prove ads can encourage spending rather than just promoting a brand, the company is reportedly working on "shoppable" video ads....

2 days on engadget.com

Facebook and Microsoft are building a huge trans-Atlantic data cable

Microsoft and Facebook today have announced a partnership to build a massive underwater data cable connecting the US to Europe, an effort that'll help the two internet giants better move data back and forth around the world. The cable, dubbed...

2 days on engadget.com

Facebook, Microsoft LITERALLY make waves

Tech giants Microsoft and Facebook are investing big in high-speed internet by building a subsea...

2 days on cnbc.com

Massive Insider Selling at Apple Inc. (AAPL) & LHC Group Inc. (LHCG), Plus 3 Companies with Notable Insider Buying

Corporate insiders are constantly buying and selling shares of their own companies and outside investors are wise to keep track of such trades, as directors and executives tend to have a good feel for how their companies are performing. To that end,...

2 days on insidermonkey.com

Report: Google may publicly shame phone makers who deliver tardy Android updates

Google may have finally had enough. According to a Bloomberg report, the company is thinking about turning to public shaming as a way to entice handset manufacturers to step up their Android updates.  Google has apparently collected considerable...

2 days on pcworld.com

Facebook's WhatsApp could make or break this hot tech IPO (FB)

Today, hot communications startup Twilio filed to go public, which also means that we're getting our first serious look into its financials. Customers like Uber and Nordstrom rely on Twilio's services to automatically send text messages and...

2 days on businessinsider.com

Apple Inc. Considered Buying Time Warner Inc, May Pursue Netflix, Inc.

A key Apple Inc. executive reportedly proposed making an offer for Time Warner, which owns Warner Bros., CNN and HBO. Today’s report is a refresh of a rumor we heard in January when the iPhone maker was also said to be eying the media...

2 days on valuewalk.com

Google To Replace The Traditional Password

Google have announced new plans to improve the password process that mean you have less to remember, instead transferring the burden to the device to do all manner of calculations to verify the person trying to gain access. The problem with...

2 days on valuewalk.com

Microsoft and Facebook are building the fastest trans-Atlantic cable yet

 Here is some news you don’t read every day: Microsoft and Facebook today announced that they are teaming up to build a subsea cable across the Atlantic that will connect Virginia Beach, Virginia, with Bilbao, Spain. The companies say...

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Microsoft could introduce not one, but two new Xbox One consoles

 Microsoft is playing catch up when it comes to console sales. But it looks like the company doesn’t want to give up on dedicated gaming consoles. According to multiple reports, Microsoft is about to announce a new, slimmer Xbox One...

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ACLU moves to join Microsoft lawsuit against Justice Department

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Apple: time is money

In an age of fragmenting distribution, great content is...

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Visits to Facebook Canvas Ads Average 31 Seconds

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Apple 2016 Roadmap: iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2, iOS 10, Siri For Mac, etc.

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FullContact launches a better alternative to your Mac’s built-in Contacts app

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Time Warner Inc (TWX) Discussed Merger With Apple (AAPL) Late Last Year

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Farewell, Nexus 9: HTC stops making Google's former flagship tablet

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How To Get Out Of iPhone Grayscale Mode

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Time-Warner: RBC Likes the ‘Excitement’ Around Rumored Apple Interest

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Apple Exploring Charging Technology For Apple Car

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Apple Inc. Supplier Hires Robots To Replace 60K Factory Workers

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Netflix's stock surges 3.5% premarket after Financial Times report of potential Apple interest

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Understanding Google AdWords

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Go Live on Facebook's Windows 10 app

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India throws a spanner in Apple's plans to open its retail stores

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Google is making the same mistake now that Microsoft did in the 90s

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Apple exec proposed bid for Time Warner

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7 more Google Maps for Android features you gotta try

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PayPal drives another nail into the Windows Phone and BlackBerry coffins

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No Apple Store in India unless it sells more local-made goods

Apple has been making an effort to conquer India to boost its declining iPhone sales, but things aren't going too well for the company. According to Reuters, the Indian government has rejected Cupertino's request to allow it to open...

3 days on engadget.com

Indian cop's viral Facebook post calls out a sexist article on 'the most beautiful' police officers

Merin Joseph, a police offer from the southern Indian state of Kerala, recently slammed a sexist article written by a vernacular Hindi website in India on the "10 most beautiful IAS and IPS officers in India".  SEE ALSO: Entire...

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PayPal is killing its Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Amazon apps

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Will Apple's New "Open Door" Policy Be the New Trend in Urban Setting Retails Stores?

Apple just opened its new retail store in downtown San Francisco.The store is located in the major retail district that surrounds Union Square across from Macy's. What is notable about the new store, created from the ground up, is that it has...

3 days on economicpolicyjournal.com

Google may 'shame' carriers and manufacturers into updating Android faster

Google may be taking a new tactic in persuading phone manufacturers and carriers to push out Android updates faster. The company is considering a plan that would publicly "shame" device makers and carriers who don't keep up with the...

3 days on mashable.com

Teacher's Facebook experiment on how to go viral... goes viral

What's the secret to going viral on the Internet? If you take a tip from an Australian teacher, it is to ask people nicely to share a handwritten note on Facebook. SEE ALSO: Everyone's convinced ASOS' Facebook page is run by...

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Google might name and shame slow-to-update Android vendors

Google has tried a few (mostly unsuccessful) strategies to get Android device makers updating their software in a timely fashion. Remember the short-lived Android Update Alliance? However, it might be trying something different: embarrassing those...

3 days on engadget.com

Disney chief blast Sanders on Facebook

Walt Disney chief Iger shoots back at Sanders for attacking theme park and movie company over worker pay and conditions, The Wrap...

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The future of Microsoft and Nokia

Three years and $8 billion later, Microsoft is slashing 1,850 jobs at...

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The Week in Mac Apps: Customize your Mac-based Instagram feed with Grids

New Mac apps of the weekThis week’s roundup of new Mac apps features Grids, an Instagram client for the Mac that lets you change the color and theme of your feed. Plus, handy menu bar utilities, a new password manager, and more. Read on!Art Text 3...

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Facebook goes all-in on mobile ads

Facebook's move to mobile has become more evident with the company shutting an ad platform for...

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Google may release ‘Android list of shame’ to urge faster updates from partners

The biggest problem with the Google Android OS is the speed at which some Android handset manufacturers released updates. Now the company is thinking about releasing a “list if shame” that would urge manufacturers to more quickly...

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Now you can chat with a bot on Facebook to plan your next vacation

Flight search websites aren't cool. You know what's cool? Flight search chatbots. Or at least that's where 2016 seems to be going. Skyscanner on Wednesday launched flight search within Facebook Messenger, using the new third party...

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India's Government Just Went Into Overdrive in Its Harassment of Apple

India has said Apple must meet a rule obliging foreign retailers to sell at least 30 percent locally-sourced goods if it wishes to open stores in the country, a senior government official told Reuters. A change in legislation last year exempted foreign...

3 days on economicpolicyjournal.com

What do Microsoft's latest mobile layoffs mean for the Surface phone?

If we needed any more confirmation that Microsoft's Nokia acquisition was a disaster, it came today in the form of another 1,850 layoffs, mostly from legacy operations in Finland. That's in addition to the nearly 8,000 heads that rolled last...

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Meet Peter Thiel, the Gawker-hating, Trump-supporting billionaire Facebook board member

Peter Thiel is usually the man behind the scenes in Silicon Valley.  He is the person who provided the first significant investment in Facebook and became a close confidant to its founder, but got featured in The Social Network for less than 30...

3 days on mashable.com

Apple hits snag in India: Source

India has said Apple must meet a rule obliging foreign retailers to sell at least 30 percent locally-sourced...

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Apple TV app curates Facebook videos just for you

A lot of videos are published on Facebook. But finding videos to watch is a lot more difficult. Which is why it's notable that the best solution I’ve seen for finding great videos on Facebook comes by way of Rheo, a new app for Apple...

3 days on mashable.com

Electronics company which supplies Apple and Samsung replaces 60,000 staff with robots

Foxconn, the Taiwanese company which assembles iPhones and iPads, has brought in machines to perform repetitive tasks and axed more than half its 110,000 staff at a factory in...

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6 Simple Steps to Lower Your Cost Per Facebook Fan

You probably know some people that endlessly brag about acquiring Facebook fans for pennies. Don’t listen to them. Sure, having a lot of fans is great, but how do you drive down the cost per fan while increasing the quality of fans? We had a chat...

3 days on adweek.com

Headlines to Ponder: ECB Warns of Populist Risk; French Authorities Raid Google

This article is published in collaboration with Scutify, where you can find real-time markets...

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Facebook will shut down FBX, its desktop ad exchange

 Facebook plans to shut down FBX, the ad exchange that allows advertisers to buy retargeted desktop ads using third-party tools like Criteo and AppNexus. The news was first reported in The Wall Street Journal and we’ve confirmed it...

3 days on techcrunch.com

Facebook Exchange Shutting Down

Farewell, Facebook Exchange: The social network’s real-time ad-bidding platform is being phased out in favor of Facebook Audience Network and other products. Facebook Exchange, or FBX, launched in September 2012, but the social network has...

3 days on adweek.com

Apple is looking into electric vehicle charging, report says

How long do you think can Apple deny its car project, while evidence of its existence continues to mount? SEE ALSO: Google establishes self-driving tech development center in Michigan Apple is reportedly in discussions with electric vehicle charging...

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Apple Inc. Outspending Major Automakers on R&D By 20 Times

The idea of an Apple car continues to sit well with Wall Street and fans alike, and more and more signs suggest that the iPhone maker is indeed heading in this direction. One analyst said recently that the company has been quickly ramping research and...

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3 Secrets That Consistently Make Google the Best Company to Work For

By Elle Kaplan Google has implemented plenty of methods that have led to their enormous success, but there's no doubt that a lot of their victories can be attributed to their team and work environment. It's no coincidence that...

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Apple R&D Way More Than Detroit, Says Morgan Stanley; Big Cloud Spending?

Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty today reflects on the prospects for Apple (AAPL) in the “sharing mobility” market, as she terms it, which is not about phones but rather about cars. Huberty takes as her point of departure the...

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Google quietly discontinues the Nexus Player

 The Nexus Player may have been the best TV media player no one ever bought. Google and Asus introduced the Nexus Player back in November 2014. It was one of the first Android TV devices, and a more-than-capable device. And yet, despite...

3 days on techcrunch.com

Report: Microsoft could debut Xbox One game streaming stick and 'Xbox TV' at E3

If a new report is to be believed, Microsoft could debut a pair of streaming devices at E3, both of which could be used to remotely play Xbox One games on another TV within the home.Petri’s Brad Sams said he believes that Microsoft will...

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Microsoft to slash up to 1,850 jobs

Part of tech giant's plan to streamline smartphone business, focus on enterprise...

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Baig: What's left for Microsoft in mobile

Microsoft removes remaining shrapnel from Nokia...

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Google's self-driving car project sets up shop in Michigan

The Google Self-Driving Car Project, as it is accurately named, announced via Google+ yesterday that it is building out a 53,000 square-foot technology development center in Novi, Michigan where it will "further develop and refine self-driving...

3 days on engadget.com

Google Play Music, TripAdvisor Add Travel Soundtracks to TripAdvisor Android App

Google Play Music partnered with TripAdvisor to offer travel soundtracks to users as they browse destinations in the TripAdvisor Android application. These soundtracks offer “locally themed” music, based on the city. That is,...

3 days on adweek.com

Microsoft To Release Xbox ‘Scorpio’ In 2017, Xbox Slim In 2016

If you’ve not already heard, it is being rumored that Microsoft is going to showcase some new hardware at this year’s E3. Earlier today it was reported that that it would be announcing a new Xbox TV streaming device, which may be...

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iPhone 7 Concept Designs That You Would Love to Own

In recent weeks I’ve been looking into all the chatter about the soon (September) to be launched iPhone 7. This includes all of the rumors about specs and the various pictures that have been released and have been unofficially dubbed as the...

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Why Microsoft, Nokia, Spherix, Dynegy, and Best Buy Are Making Moves Today

The major U.S stock indexes are trading up on Wednesday afternoon, helped by surging oil prices and the resulting spike in energy stocks, which were already coming off of very strong gains on Tuesday. Materials stocks are also driving the rise in the...

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Google establishes self-driving tech development center in Michigan

Maybe Palo Alto won't in fact become the center of the automotive tech universe after all. SEE ALSO: Man caught sleeping behind wheel of Tesla while Autopilot did the driving Google announced Wednesday morning that it is establishing an autonomous...

3 days on mashable.com

Apple reportedly looks into making electric car charging stations

Any electric car maker worth its salt knows that their vehicles are only as good as the charging stations that keep them running... and that includes Apple, apparently. Reuters sources understand that Apple is asking charging station manufacturers...

3 days on engadget.com

Facebook has new free-speech problem

Facebook director Peter Thiel's reported backing of Hulk Hogan's Gawker lawsuit, raises more questions about the social network, says Rob...

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Foxconn is replacing iPhone workers with robots

A Foxconn factory in Kunshan, China which employs 60,000 workers has been replacing human workers with robots, a Chinese official said. Foxconn is Apple’s primary manufacturer for the iPhone lineup. According to the South China Morning Post,...

3 days on businesspundit.com

Facebook Faces More Potential Privacy-Related Legal Issues in EU

Facebook continues to face pressure in the European Union over transferring data from customers there to the U.S. for processing. Fortune reported that the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner in Ireland will investigate a complaint...

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Podcast 509: Apple and Google and AI and the future

Ah, the heady days after Google I/O but before WWDC. It’s a fun time of looking over what Google announced, wondering what Apple will unveil, and trying to connect the dots to understand what it all means. And we’re here to help unpack it...

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U.S. government agencies are still using Windows 3.1, floppy disks and 1970s computers

Some U.S. government agencies are using IT systems running Windows 3.1, the decades-old COBOL and Fortran programming languages, or computers from the 1970s. A backup nuclear control messaging system at the U.S. Department of Defense runs on an IBM...

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US government agencies are still using Windows 3.1, floppy disks and 1970s computers

Some U.S. government agencies are using IT systems running Windows 3.1, the decades-old COBOL and Fortran programming languages, or computers from the 1970s.A backup nuclear control messaging system at the U.S. Department of Defense runs on an IBM...

3 days on pcworld.com

Facebook tops Apple as tech darling

Facebook was top buy; Apple top...

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How To Give Your iPhone’s Gboard A Dark Theme

Up until a few weeks ago, I had given up wondering if there would ever be a decent third-party keyboard app for iOS, and then out of the blue, Google released its Gboard app before launching it on Android, which, was a surprise! However,...

3 days on valuewalk.com

Apple eyes electric car charging

Apple is investigating how to charge electric cars, talking to charging station companies and hiring...

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More Evidence That An Apple Car Is Coming

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc is investigating how to charge electric cars, talking to charging station companies and hiring engineers with expertise in the area, according to people familiar with the matter and a review of LinkedIn...

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Facebook Updating Trending Topics After Political Bias Accusation

The allegations of political bias against Facebook led to an investigation, following which the social networking giant has made several changes to its Trending Topics. In a newsroom post on Monday, Facebook’s general counsel, Colin...

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iPhone 7 To Have No Major Design Changes, Hint New Cases

The iPhone 7 rumors are picking up pace, even though its launch is still a few months away. There have been leaks and rumors indicating that it will not be a major redesign over the iPhone 6S. Now Pocket Lint has obtained images of the iPhone 7 cases and...

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Google quietly kills its Nexus Player as Chromecast overshadows Android TV

Google’s own set-top box is no more, again. The puck-shaped Nexus Player is no longer available for sale from Google, as The Verge first reported. Other retailers haven’t stocked the device for months. If you count the...

3 days on pcworld.com

4 Apple Devices You Should Not Buy

Apple is the maker of some of the tech world’s favorite gadgets. The iPhone is the most well-known smartphone on the market, the iPad is almost universally recognized by children who use them at home or in the classroom, and the Mac is the...

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Dear Mr. Zuckerberg: Thanks for 'Free Basics' in Africa, But We're Not Totally Convinced

About a week ago, Nigeria -- Africa's largest economy and most populous country -- became the 40th country in the world, and the 22nd in Africa, to join Facebook's Free Basics. With over 15 million active users (and growing), Facebook is very...

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New Patent Hints How Users Will Unlock The Apple Car

As if there wasn’t already enough evidence about the Apple car, the Cupertino company has just been granted a new patent that indicates how you could control the vehicle using your iPhone. Many automakers including Tesla and Audi already offer...

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Microsoft retreats in smartphone battle, 1,850 jobs to go

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp announced more big cuts to its smartphone business on Wednesday, just two years after it bought handset maker Nokia in an ill-fated attempt to take on market leaders Apple and Samsung. ...

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Here’s Why Apple Inc. (AAPL) Is in Spotlight Today

The US market opened higher on Wednesday, amid crude futures near another monthly high and many investors seemingly unconcerned about the future interest rate raises ahead. One of the stocks that opened higher today is Apple Inc....

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Tech Tip: Reviving a Sluggish iPhone

Forcibly quitting open apps or refreshing the phone’s random access memory might help speed up the device’s...

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Charts Show Apple a Buy, Heading to $105

It's time to buy Apple again. The technical charts show a bottom was reached and the stock, currently at $98, is heading back to $105. Shares of the iPhone maker have risen about 10% since bottoming out at $89.47 on May 12. It surely helped the...

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The Microsoft smartphone retreat continues with another 1,850 layoffs

The hammer has fallen on Microsoft's smartphone division. The company announced on Wednesday morning that it will be laying off 1,850 employees as part of its larger effort to focus on other parts of its business — essentially ending...

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Microsoft is cutting another 1,850 jobs

Microsoft is cutting 1,850 jobs from its struggling smartphone business. The company announced Wednesday that it will cut the jobs over the next year, with the majority of cuts focused on the Microsoft Mobile unit in Finland. The company has fired tens...

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Apple Inc. Opening Up Siri To Take On Amazon’s Echo [REPORT]

Apple intends to compete with Amazon’s Echo, and therefore, it is developing a product to give consumers a Siri-powered speaker for the home, claims The Information.’ Reportedly, Apple will also open up Siri to third-party apps, finally...

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3 Big Stock Charts for Wednesday: Toll Brothers Inc (TOL), GoPro Inc (GPRO) and Apple Inc. (AAPL)

InvestorPlaceInvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Apple (AAPL) continues its slow climb, Toll Brothers (TOL) surges on good earnings and housing news and GoPro (GPRO) works with Red Bull. The post 3 Big Stock Charts for...

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The new media startup pitch: Save journalism from Facebook's death grip

Adam Singolda is nearly an hour into explaining his sometimes frightening pitch to media companies when he decides to go full Game of Thrones.  "Winter is coming," Singolda says, referring to the catchphrase from the bloody...

4 days on mashable.com

Essential gear for working with an iPad Pro

The last time we took a look at extra tools and accessories to help you get more work done on an iPad, the iPad Pro was nothing more than a glass slab of rumors.As we now know, the iPad Pro is very real. Whether you’re thinking of picking up an...

4 days on macworld.com

iPhone in a near 350 year-old painting?

Apparently the iPhone was invented nearly 350 years ago, according to Apple boss Tim Cook's interpretation of a...

4 days on cnbc.com

Apple hires mobile encryption pioneer as encryption debate rages on

Apple has rehired a mobile encryption pioneer as it continues to face pressure from governments wanting access to user data stored on iPhones. Jon Callas most recently worked as a co-founder of Silent Circle, which produced the...

4 days on macworld.com

Windows Phone's gutting continues as Microsoft lays off hundreds of Nokia veterans

Down, but not out: Microsoft is laying off another 1,850 staff from its smartphone hardware business, but says it isn’t leaving the market completely.What’s left of the old Nokia business in Finland will be hardest hit by the latest round...

4 days on pcworld.com

Apple rehires security expert to keep its encryption strong

Reuters says Apple has rehired security expert Jon Callas, part of a continued overhaul of its security team. Callas originally worked for Apple both in the 90s as well as more recently, between 2009 and 2011, where he worked on Mac security....

4 days on engadget.com

Apple is the “world’s best brand” – and a good investment

Apple's best growth years may be behind it, but it's still an excellent investment. The post Apple is the “world’s best brand” – and a good investment was first published on...

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TripAdvisor is offering two free months of Google Play Music

Google Play Music is a solid service, but it's a bit of an afterthought in the marketplace compared to bigger players like Spotify and Apple Music. And in a crowded market, Google's likely looking for ways to muster up more interest and...

4 days on engadget.com

Microsoft To Cut 1,850 Nokia Jobs, Formerly World’s Largest Cell Phone Maker

Finland newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) will cut as many as 1,850 as its phone operation, formerly Nokia. The huge software company immediately stated that it...

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Microsoft is laying off 1,850 to “streamline” its smartphone business, takes $950M charge

 Following last week’s news about its feature phone business, today Microsoft turned its attention to smartphones: the company said it would lay off 1,850 staff and take a charge of $950 million, including $200 million in severance...

4 days on techcrunch.com

Microsoft kills what's left of the old Nokia

Last week, Microsoft sold off what remained of Nokia's feature phone business while Windows Phone's market share slid below a single percent. Now, the company has taken what's clearly the last step in correcting Steve...

4 days on engadget.com

Microsoft Cutting 1,850 Jobs in Smartphone Unit

As sales dwindle, most of the reduction will come in Finland, where the mobile business bought from Nokia...

4 days on nytimes.com

REPORT: Microsoft is cutting 1,000 jobs in Finland as it stops phone production

Microsoft is cutting around 1,000 jobs in Finland as it ceases phone design and production in the country, according to reports in the Finnish press. The job losses come as Microsoft ditches the Nokia brand for good. The "majority" of...

4 days on businessinsider.com

Mom behind most-watched Facebook Live video visits its HQ

It's only been a few months since Facebook opened up live video streaming to everyone, but with over a billion daily users the emergence of a massive hit was inevitable. Late last week an odd yet charming video stream of Candace Payne amusing...

4 days on engadget.com

Everyone's convinced ASOS' Facebook page is run by robots

Company Facebook pages are hellish, and it doesn't look like the robot future is going to make it any better. Nick Paterniti from Perth, Australia ran afoul of the bots Monday after writing a post on the Facebook page of online fashion...

4 days on mashable.com

5 more banks join Apple Pay in Singapore so we can all finally use it

SINGAPORE — Now many more Apple users here can pay in stores with their iPhones and Apple Watches. Five banks in the country — DBS, OCBC Bank, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB — announced on Wednesday they had started to...

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