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11:20 AM - Friday, November 21, 2014
8 hour ago - Engadget / Steve Dent
Amazon is set to launch a free, ad-supported video service separate from its $99 Prime Instant Video offering, according to the New York Post. In case you're having deja vu, the WSJ reported exactly the same thing back in March and Amazon firmly...
5 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
Google really, really wants you to pick up a Chromebook this holiday, and it's sweetening the deal to make sure a Chrome OS-powered laptop is on your gift list. The company is now offering 1TB of free Google Drive space to anyone who buys a...
4 hour ago - The Next Web / Napier Lopez
Square recently announced plans to support chip-based credit cards with new hardware as it expands globally, but it seems the company isn’t ignoring alternative payment methods, such as Apple Pay. In an interview with CNN, Square founder Jack D . . .
10 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 Aereo, the streaming TV service that let users watch near-live TV on any internet-connected device, has today announced that the company is filing for Chapter 11 reorganization in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York . . .
7 hour ago - pcworld.com / Loek Essers
European Union legislation on net neutrality is under threat, as Italy is seeking to water down a draft already adopted by the European Parliament, a digital rights group has warned.Italy’s proposals include removing the very definition of . . .
5 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jordan Crook
 This morning, Aereo filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, marking the end of the road for the cloud-based TV startup. The company launched in 2012 using micro-antennas and cloud DVR technology to provide near-live TV access to 30 channels to . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Anthony Ha
 At this point, I should probably stop calling Livefyre a commenting platform. Actually, the company has been expanding beyond comments for a while. It launched its StreamHub product, which included more social media widgets, back in 2012. And . . .
6 hour ago - bgr.com / Brad Reed
Way back when Apple went on a rampage against Gizmodo after the publication got its hands on a prototype of the iPhone 4, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show ripped into the company for its seemingly heavy-handed tactics in going after the publicati . . .
9 hour ago - GigaOM / Barb Darrow
Amazon Web Services updated its AppStream service so developers can set up Windows apps to stream to mobile devices with less futzing.
7 hour ago - Engadget / Steve Dent
While some high profile Google projects (*cough Glass*) have been withering on the vine, Project Loon is a bright spot and even has a carrier partner. Mountain View says it can now autofill the internet-enabling, weather-tracking balloons in five...
16 hour ago - Mashable / Max Knoblauch
We've got a great piece of content for all you thinkfluencing disruptors out there. Silicon Valley is no stranger to parody, given the startup culture's rapid creation of buzzwords and unusual job titles. The Silicon Vally job title generator . . .
11/20/2014 - The Next Web / Napier Lopez
One of the best things about cloud-based apps is their ability to enable online collaboration. Today, Microsoft is tapping into Skype to make working with others on Office Online more seamless. Now, when using Word or PowerPoint online, you can . . .
6 hour ago - Mashable / Jason Abbruzzese
We now return you to your regularly scheduled, non-Internet programming. Streaming television startup Aereo has filed for bankruptcy, putting the company in a position to wind down its operations. See also: 10 Reasons Why I Ignored Your Resum . . .
5 hour ago - Gizmodo
Let me get one thing clear: I am fascinated by Uber, as a business, as a service, as a model for the modern economy, and even as a force for racial justice (more on that some other time). But it's increasingly clear that the fast-growing ride- . . .
6 hour ago - GigaOM
You won't need a third-party app to push all of your Android notifications to a Pebble watch going forward. Pebble revamped its native app to support any notifications, giving you full…
11 hour ago - Testfreaks | The Blog / Kristofer Brozio
Acer has several things on special for Black Friday at Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Costco and even the Microsoft Store. I wouldn’t mind picking up a Chromebook,  but the best deal I think is at... Read more on Technogog
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Buhr
 Sephora has announced the adoption of Apple Pay for all Bay Area stores, starting today. It will also be in the Lexington store in Manhattan. Over 70 percent of Sephora’s in-store customers are also iPhone owners, according to internal company . . .
6 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Sarah Perez
 The creators of coupon-code finder Honey, which helps online shoppers save at checkout, have now launched a new app called Milk (mmm…milk and honey…) that lets you save at the grocery store. The app is now one of many aimed at helping consumer . . .
4 hour ago - 9to5mac.com / Zac Hall
Earlier this week news leaked that Apple would begin offering automated purchasing of mobile ads by advertising agencies through its iAd program when one partner ad company accidentally published a press release early, and today Apple has offic . . .
11/20/2014 - Engadget / Matt Brian
If you're searching on either the Mac or iOS App Stores today, you might notice a little change in the way Apple labels free apps. Before, even if such an app contained costly upgrades, it would carry the label 'Free.' However, following the...
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