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3/31/2015 - Mashable / Lance Ulanoff
We're finally getting a real taste of Microsoft's new Web browser Project Spartan. That's just a codename for now, but based on my recent experience with the online surfing tool, which I downloaded with the latest Windows 10 Preview Build, the . . .
3/31/2015 - Fortune Tech: Technology blogs, news and analysis / Stephen Gandel
Lynn Tilton seemed like the right kind of person to manage one of Wall Street’s hottest and most opaque investments, so-called collateralized loan obligations, or CLOs. She had a reputation for letting it all hang out, literally. Early on in h . . .
3/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Colleen Taylor
 Today, Etsy gave a few more key details about its upcoming initial public offering. The company, which is known for its marketplace for handmade and vintage objects and plans to trade on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “ETSY,” said today that i . . .
3/31/2015 - Liliputing / Brad Linder
Google’s Chrome OS is a browser-based operating system that’s been used for Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and Chromebases which are basically laptops, desktops, and all-in-one desktops designed to run Google’s software. Now meet the Asus Chromebit. . . .
20 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 China’s largest e-commerce companies are eager to leverage their millions of users and hoards of data for new projects. For example, Alibaba’s other businesses include healthcare management, financial services, and cloud data. Now JD.com, its . . .
3/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Welcome to the stupidest week on technology’s religious calendar: April Fools’ week. This isn’t the worst week. That slot remains filled by the Vegas confab that shall not be named. But be prepared for the next bit to be bored by trivial jokes . . .
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3/31/2015 - pcworld.com / Melissa Riofrio
On Tuesday, Google announced the $249 Asus Chromebook Flip. As the first mainstream Chrome device to offer a 360-degree hinge, the Flip can function as a tablet as well as a laptop. (Lenovo was first to offer a Chrome OS convertible with . . .
3/31/2015 - engadget.com / Mona Lalwani
There are way too many baby pictures on Facebook. And they need to be organized. Starting today, the network rolled out an optional "Scrapbook" feature that lets parents sort through the digital heap of their children's photos. On the site, und . . .
3/31/2015 - Reuters
(Reuters) - John Malone-backed Charter Communications Inc said it would buy Bright House Networks in a $10.4 billion deal as it expands its cable network after losing out to Comcast Corp in a fight for Time Warner Cable Inc.
3/31/2015 - Liliputing / Brad Linder
Intel is expanding its line of low-power processors for tablets, notebooks, and energy efficient laptops with the introduction of the first chips based on its “Braswell” platform. CPU World has details about four of the first members of the Bra . . .
3/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Josh Constine
 Giving away music is how you get people to pay for it. That might seem crazy, but it’s true, though Jay-Z doesn’t want to listen. He just launched a music streaming service called Tidal with Beyoncé, Daft Punk, Kanye, Arcade Fire, and Rihanna . . .
3/30/2015 - Engadget / Mat Smith
Forcing someone to wear a location tracker apparently constitutes a Fourth Amendment "search" - the Supreme Court effectively said so when ruling on a North Carolina case where a convicted sex offender was forced to wear a GPS monitor at all ti . . .
3/31/2015 - TechCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Twitter this morning is launching Curator, its new product that lets media organizations, publishers, and broadcasters identify, filter and display tweets and Vine videos on any screen in real-time. The free service, which is something of a co . . .
22 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 Three months after announcing the transition, Line has officially received shareholder approval to appoint Takeshi Idezawa, the messaging app’s former chief operating officer, as its chief executive officer. The company said that Idezawa will . . .
19 hour ago - The Next Web / Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Twitter is trialing ad units on users’ profiles pages in a new experiment, reports Recode. The new test sees promoted tweets being added to streams on users’ pages. They are separated from traditional tweets by breaks and include a ‘Suggested b . . .
3/31/2015 - NY Times / Mike Isaac
The new program from Amazon allows customers to reorder household items like laundry detergent and paper towels with the push of a single physical button.
3/31/2015 - Gizmodo / Chris Mills
Back in February, RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, destroying the childhood memories of many a tech blogger , and putting 4,000 brick-and-mortar stores in jeopardy at the same time . But as of today, a plan to co-brand remaining stor . . .
3/31/2015 - VentureBeat / Jordan Novet
GoDaddy, a company that has carved out a large position for itself in the domain registration and web hosting markets, today priced shares of its stock at $20 in its initial public offering, ahead of the expected debut of company stock on the N . . .
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