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7:14 PM - Monday, July 28, 2014
6 hour ago - Engadget / Richard Lawler
It's been coming coming, but Facebook told TechCrunch today that the time is just about here -- starting "over the next few days" everyone will need Messenger to chat directly with their Facebook friends on mobile devices (iOS, Android and Win . . .
7 hour ago - slashgear.com / Chris Burns
Word this afternoon is that Motorola might be doing well for itself now that it’s been sold to Lenovo. As it was predicted, Motorola did not create a Nexus device for Google under its leadership for fear of creating an aura of unfair advantage . . .
8 hour ago - The Next Web / Paul Sawers
While the move isn’t exactly surprising, Yelp has announced that it is now opening its mobile apps to user-generated videos to help create more engaging, visual reviews. The feature is already live in its iPhone app, and the company says the An . . .
11 hour ago - slashgear.com / Chris Davies
Microsoft may be playing catch-up with Windows Phone, but it clearly believes it has an ace in the hole with Cortana, pitting it against Siri in a new commercial. The ad isn't quite a side-by-side comparison, rather Microsoft's attempt to highl . . .
10 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
If you've wanted to use activity-tracking wearables that pair with your phone, you've typically had to use Android or iOS. Windows Phone has some third-party apps that can fill in, but they're imperfect at best. As of today, though, an official...
12 hour ago - Android Phone Fans / Quentyn Kennemer
Add one more to the list of ridiculous Android tablets. LG has revealed a variant of their Tab Book, a netbook/tablet hybrid that folds down into a tablet while you’re on the go and slides up to be a netbook when you need some hardcore typing . . .
10 hour ago - TechCrunch / John Biggs
 Since Apple pulled Bitcoin wallets from the App Store in January, cryptocurrency fans have been at once calling for the ban to be rescinded and bad-mouthing Cupertino. Now, seven months later, Apple has decided to allow Blockchain.info to publ . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Hilton is placing a $550 million bet that hotel guests increasingly will use smartphones to choose rooms, check in and even unlock doors.
12 hour ago - Engadget / Billy Steele
NPR already has a few options for sorting its range of programming, but now the public radio outfit is looking to get more specific. The latest effort is the NPR One, which offers a local stream along with curated content that's accessible wit . . .
8 hour ago - arstechnica.com.feedsportal.com / Jon Brodkin
$300 "Sharks Cove" board with Intel Atom CPU targeted at Windows developers.
9 hour ago - TechCrunch / Ryan Lawler
 Former General Catalyst managing director Jonathan Teo and former Lightspeed Venture Partners managing director Justin Caldbeck have closed their first fund together. Back in March, we reported that the two had started a new investment firm na . . .
11 hour ago - VentureBeat / Mark Sullivan
NOTE: GrowthBeat -- VentureBeat's provocative new marketing-tech event -- is a week away! We've gathered the best and brightest to explore the data, apps, and science of successful marketing. Get the full scoop here, and grab your tickets while . . .
7 hour ago - Gawker: valleywag / Kevin Montgomery
Uber has been connected to a number of sexual assaults and kidnappings this summer. The latest comes from Washington D.C., where an Uber driver stands accused of molesting a drunk passenger.Read more...
9 hour ago - insidefacebook.com / David Cohen
Facebook’s tendency to brand its new applications and features with names that are already in use in the tech sector appears to have been adopted by its Instagram unit, as well, as Andrew Benton, co-founder and CEO...
5 hour ago - VentureBeat / Jordan Novet
The funding is an indication of how much demand there is, in modern corporate computing environments, for clusters of servers.
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