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10:30 PM - Friday, August 01, 2014
11 hour ago - Engadget / Sean Buckley
Love Google's services, but not a fan of its social network? Good news: the Mountain View company may be spinning Google+'s photo features into their own product. According to Bloomberg sources, Google is hoping to attract new users by making . . .
13 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Word around the ol’ rumor mill was that HTC was working on a version of their flagship HTC One (M8) that ran Windows Phone instead of Android, and leaks straight off of Verizon’s own servers seem to confirm it. Read More
13 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Back in 2002, a small group of developers whipped together an app that was meant to turn a hacked Xbox into a full-fledged media player, capable of playing all sorts of video and music content that the Xbox couldn’t handle out of the box. Reas . . .
9 hour ago - pcworld.com / Mark Hachman
Microsoft sued Samsung Friday, saying Samsung violated the terms of a patent licensing agreement following Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia.David Howard, corporate vice president and general counsel for Microsoft, tacitly accused Samsung o . . .
9 hour ago - WSJ.com
H-P has agreed to pay $32.5 million to resolve allegations that the computer giant overcharged the U.S. Postal Service for certain products, the Justice Department said Friday.
8 hour ago - pcworld.com / Stephen Lawson
The right to unlock your cellphone became law on Friday as President Barack Obama signed a bill that rapidly passed both houses of the U.S. Congress.The Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act passed in the Senate on July 16 . . .
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11 hour ago - Engadget / Billy Steele
The trusty Google Now launcher that debuted on the Nexus 5 had already made its way to the rest of that family and Play Edition devices. Now, folks wielding any handset running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and later can grab the feature, even if it's...
7 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
Microsoft’s Office for iPad has been a hit from the moment it was finally launched in the App Store, with Word, Excel and PowerPoint quickly becoming top apps, and it looks like the Windows maker is not done with further improving this particul . . .
12 hour ago - VentureBeat / Harrison Weber
The new capital, raised in April, brings Airbnb's total funding to $801 million.
12 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 For the past 2 years, unlocking your cell phone without your carrier’s permission has, for absolutely ridiculous reasons, been illegal in the United States. Not anymore! Read More
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9 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Federal Communications Commission has proposed banning wireless companies from teaming up to bid at next year's spectrum auction, a move that appears aimed at discouraging a Sprint bid for T-Mobile US.
13 hour ago - electronista.feedsportal.com
Although layoffs may be coming, no one at Beats has lost their job yet as a result of Apple's takeover, a source tells Billboard. "Every single person is going through Apple orientation, they're signing up for healthcare," the person comments, . . .
10 hour ago - TechCrunch / Josh Constine
 No one should be denied understanding of their human rights just because they can’t afford a mobile data plan. Now women in Zambia won’t be, as Facebook and Internet.org’s new app gives them free Internet connection for accessing women’s right . . .
6 hour ago - GigaOM / Barb Darrow
The CIA cloud, the subject of a heated contract battle between IBM and AWS, is now online, according to a DefenseOne report. Looks like Amazon’s CIA cloud is live originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
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9 hour ago - Redmond Pie
Even if you’re remotely interested in tech news, you’d know that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 has proven to be the leaky cauldron of the tech world, giving away news in the form of images, parts, logic boards, front and rear panels, casings and wh . . .
4 hour ago - GigaOM / David Meyer
Facebook nemesis Max Schrems is fed up with what he sees as the ineffectiveness of the Irish data protection regulator, so he's launched a mega-suit in his home country of Austria. Sore points include PRISM, Graph Search and general non-complia . . .
12 hour ago - 9to5mac.com / Zac Hall
Bloomberg reports that Apple has received preliminary approval for the $450 million lawsuit settlement reached over its ebook pricing practices. The settlement was first reached out of court about six weeks ago just before the case was set to g . . .
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