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8:54 AM - Friday, December 19, 2014
7 hour ago - Engadget / Nick Summers
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he's "deeply offended" by fresh allegations of poor working conditions in its suppliers' Chinese factories. Contractors hired by Apple to assemble its latest products have been exposed before, and while the firm has . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Citigroup raised the valuation of Instagram this morning from $19 billion to $35 billion. The photo-sharing network recently announced it had surpassed 300 million active users, and has taken steps toward cleaning up spam accounts, as well a . . .
4 hour ago - bgr.com / Brad Reed
Officials in the United States Department of Justice will officially reveal on Friday that North Korea was directly responsible for the devastating hack on Sony Pictures, Bloomberg is reporting. RELATED: North Korea wins – Sony just cancelled . . .
6 hour ago - pcworld.com / Ian Paul
Mere weeks after Microsoft dumped the free streaming tier of Xbox Music, two new streaming music apps have landed on the Xbox One for your aural pleasure: Pandora and Vevo. Vevo was originally tipped in June as part of a major entertain . . .
5 hour ago - techcrunch.com / John Biggs
 It’s rare to see the future unfold in front of our eyes this dramatically but here it is: the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab has helped a man who lost both his arms in a “freak electrical accident” connect to dual robotic arms by . . .
12/18/2014 - VentureBeat / Paul Sawers
Budding and pro DJs alike have been using Algoriddim’s Djay app on mobile and desktop for years, with physical mixing desk integrations helping to take the tool beyond computers, smartphones, and tablets. Now, hot on the heels of its long-await . . .
12/18/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Amazon has just launched Prime Now, a one-hour delivery option for Amazon Prime members in NYC. The service will debut in Manhattan beginning today, and should roll out to additional cities through 2015. It covers tens of thousands of what Ama . . .
11 hour ago - The Next Web / Abhimanyu Ghoshal
Even though it has signed up over 100 million users since its 2011 launch, Samsung’s free messaging app ChatOn has failed to catch on around the globe. As a result, the company is shutting down the service on February 1, 2015, worldwide but not . . .
12/17/2014 - TweakTown / Michael Hatamoto
There is concern that the cybercriminals responsible for compromising Sony Pictures Entertainment, and then leaking stolen information, cannot face justice if being protected by North Korea, according to US officials. If North Korea sponsored t . . .
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20 hour ago - Engadget / Chris Velazco
Secret first sprung into life in February 2014 as an app/social space where people could get together and engage in real talk, all while leaving their real names checked at the door. It generated Silicon Valley acquisition rumors. It sparked IR . . .
5 hour ago - 9to5mac.com / Ben Lovejoy
Apple Pay may be more convenient than carrying around a whole bunch of different cards, and contactless payment is certainly very quick and easy, but it’s the security which is arguably the greatest benefit. Your actual card details are never s . . .
5 hour ago - ReadWrite / Lauren Orsini
Flickr has halted a new service that let people print wall art of any Creative Commons image it hosts, the company announced Thursday. Called Flickr Wall Art, the program allowed prints of your own photos, photos of “licensed artists,” and anyt . . .
5 hour ago - pcworld.com / Ian Paul
If you need more convincing that 4K is the next big thing for HDTV and the push for 3D is toast, look no further than Comcast's announcements this week. On Tuesday, Comcast shut down its Xfinity 3D channel first launched in 2011. The com . . .
9 hour ago - VentureBeat / Paul Sawers
Google has integrated AMBER alerts into its myriad of products, including Search, for a while already. Now, Microsoft has revealed it is integrating the child abduction broadcasts into its Bing search engine.
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Line, one of the most popular smartphone messaging applications in Asia, just made its first-ever acquisition, agreeing to buy mobile music streaming app MixRadio from Microsoft
6 hour ago - pcworld.com / Loek Essers
Microsoft is finally cracking down on scammers who offer to fix non-existent computer problems for hundreds of dollars. In a first strike, Microsoft sued several U.S. companies it said are involved in fake tech support scams.For years, peo . . .
6 hour ago - pcworld.com / Loek Essers
A German steel factory suffered massive damage after hackers managed to access production networks, allowing them to tamper with the controls of a blast furnace, the government said in its annual IT security report.The report, published We . . .
5 hour ago - ReadWrite / Adriana Lee
Looks like 2014 was the year of the data scientist, judging by LinkedIn’s "25 Hottest Professional Skills of 2014" report. The social network people use to impress their peers and future bosses, LinkedIn knows very well what skills recruiters s . . .
7 hour ago - pcworld.com / Peter Sayer
BlackBerry’s revenue continued its dive in the three months to Nov. 29, but on Friday the company reported a smaller loss than a year earlier.Revenue for the three months, BlackBerry’s third fiscal quarter, fell to US$793 million, compared . . .
9 hour ago - VentureBeat / Emil Protalinski
Not satisfied with merely launching The Old Pirate Bay, torrent site isoHunt today debuted The Open Bay, which lets anyone deploy their own version of The Pirate Bay online. This is achieved via a new six-step wizard, which the group says requi . . .
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