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7:30 PM - Wednesday, November 26, 2014
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Whoops. Welcome to literal fait accompli. A short, unfinished blog listed as written by Microsoft corporate vice president Rajesh Jha hit the RSS wires earlier today. Here’s what it looked like:   It led to the following URL: http://blogs . . .
4 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
It's not enough to simply strap an action camera on your helmet these days; now that you can mount a camera on a drone or get one built-in, aerial sports footage is the way to go. And GoPro knows it, apparently. The Wall Street Journal hears th . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
By Nathan Olivarez-Giles Holiday shopping doesn't have to be a rotten experience of long lines and sham deals. With a simple gameplan, you can find tech gifts you'll be happy with and avoid the pitfalls of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the mon . . .
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5 hour ago - VentureBeat / Mark Sullivan
Guest:On the other hand, think about the last time you were “re-gifted.” You probably got the feeling that the gift giver didn’t really care about you as much as you had hoped.
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11/25/2014 - The Next Web / Ben Woods
Google’s ever-expanding roster of Chromecast-enabled apps gained seven new additions today, including Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and TuneIn Radio. The remaining four apps – Sesame Street Go, EPIX, YuppTV and Encore – will also work with Google . . .
11/25/2014 - pcworld.com / Zach Miners
Google will offer a basic version of its broadband service for no monthly charge when it launches soon in Austin, Texas, with the 1Gbps service priced at $70 per month.The basic plan will provide download speeds of up to 5Mbps (megabits pe . . .
11 hour ago - VentureBeat / Emil Protalinski
Last night, Amazon slashed the price of its Fire phone by $250. That means you can now get the unlocked phone (compatible with GSM networks), without a contract, for just $199. But you shouldn’t. The Fire phone’s price was not the reason the de . . .
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11 hour ago - bgr.com
BGR has just learned through multiple sources that Apple is set to release a celebrity-packed commercial for the company’s new Beats Solo2 headphones either today or tomorrow. The video itself looks like something Beats would have done on its o . . .
11 hour ago - Gizmodo / Kate Knibbs
Twitter is starting a new program called App Graph that tracks all of the other apps people have on their phones. You might be wondering why Twitter cares if you're a Candy Crush fiend or if you also use Instagram. It's because Twitter follow . . .
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5 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
Even though Samsung and Apple have settled their international patent disputes, the lawsuits in the U.S. are far from being a distant memory. Apple has largely won the two major trials in American courts, with Samsung having to pay more than $1 . . .
6 hour ago - BBC
The European Parliament will later vote on whether Google's search business should be separated from its other services.
3 hour ago - Engadget / Mariella Moon
CBS' coverage of Macy's parade last year featured viewers' Instagram photos shown on screen -- this year, it's expanding audience's participation even more. The network will use the same service it used in 2013 called Vidpresso, but instead of . . .
9 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
It's no secret that Twitter has been looking for ways to put more targeted ads in your social feed, but its latest approach may make you uncomfortable if you jealously protect your privacy. The service has revealed that its app will start track . . .
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11/25/2014 - MobileCrunch / Sarah Perez
 Tumblr this morning is rolling a new mobile-only ad unit called “Tumblr Sponsored Apps” which will allow app publishers to target the social blogging service’s largely Millennial and heavily mobile audience with creative posts designed to driv . . .
5 hour ago - BBC
The chairman of King Digital, the maker of the popular mobile game Candy Crush, Melvyn Morris, has resigned and is taking a break from the UK firm.
4 hour ago - electronista.feedsportal.com
In the face of increasing security measures on consumer devices, the US Department of Justice appears to be returning to old school tactics to get at data in devices. A judge in New York ordered an unnamed smartphone manufacturer to provide tec . . .
6 hour ago - bgr.com / Chris Smith
Many retailers are ready to offer buyers various interesting deals on smartphones and tablets this year on Black Friday, but not all products are safe for consumers, new research from security company Bluebox Labs reveals. Apparently, certain d . . .
3 hour ago - VentureBeat / Steven Tweedie
According to a new report from China Business News, a new mobile payments service called Android Pay is coming, and will likely launch in the third quarter of 2015.
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