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10:08 PM - Sunday, December 21, 2014
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 Snapchat confirmed in November that it would crack down on all third party apps, and now the ax has fallen on the Windows Phone app store, which no longer contains any third party apps as Windows Central reports. Read More
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Catherine Shu
 Xiaomi, the company that is now the world’s third-biggest smartphone maker, has reportedly raised $1 billion at a $45 billion valuation, according to the Wall Street Journal. A Xiaomi spokesperson declined to comment. Read More
9 hour ago - TechCrunch / Sarah Buhr
 Many have called for Sony to release ‘The Interview’ online. However, Sony CEO Michael Lynton stated earlier that there has not been a major video on demand service, “that has stepped forward and said they are willing to distribute this movie . . .
11 hour ago - VentureBeat / Alyson Shontell
Sony is planning to release Seth Rogen’s controversial comedy, “The Interview” for free on its own streaming service Crackle, The New York Post’s Dana Sauchelli reports, citing unnamed sources. A lawyer for Sony Pictures stated on “Meet The Pre . . .
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12/20/2014 - Engadget / Steve Dent
North Korea has ratcheted the absurdity level of the Sony hack up a notch by pleading its innocence again and even offering to help find the real perpetrators. The FBI recently blamed North Korea for the attack that forced Sony Pictures Enterta . . .
15 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
If you were worried that the US government would see the Sony Pictures hack as grievous enough to prompt a larger conflict with North Korea, you can relax. President Obama tells CNN that he doesn't see the digital assault as an "act of war" -- . . .
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6 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
A Christmas Story? It's a Wonderful Life? Miracle of on 34th street? C'mon, we can do better than that. Read more...
12/19/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 The FBI has officially put the blame on the North Korean government for the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack which resulted in the theft of mass amounts of personal and commercial data, as well as the shut down of Sony Pictures work computers. . . .
12/19/2014 - Engadget / Chris Velazco
Sony's already acquiescing to demands made by the North Korean hackers associated with the Guardians of Peace, and the US' commander-in-chief is none too pleased by it. In a press conference that led off with a recap of his past year in office, . . .
5 hour ago - Engadget / Daniel Cooper
If you want to judge a gadget on its true strengths, stick several in a room full of Engadget editors and see which one they swarm around. For that alone, Acer's Iconia W3 was a winner as soon as the eight-inch full-Windows tablet arrived in th . . .
7 hour ago - Anil Dash
In my my latest piece for Medium, I wrote about an issue that's been bugging me for a long time: Asian American men in tech...
8 hour ago - Gizmodo / Darren Orf
You know that nifty little feature on the Nexus 5 and other Android handsets that let's you voice summon Ok Google from any screen? Well, according to Google's François Beaufort, you'll soon be able to do just that on your Chromebook as well. . . .
22 hour ago - Android News, Rumours, and Updates / Josh Levenson
If you own a Moto X (2014) and reside in the UK, you may want to listen up, as Motorola has just started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of the handset located in the region. All the changes . . .
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12/20/2014 - slashgear.com / Adam Westlake
As speculation over the next model of Samsung's flagship Galaxy smartphone, one rumor has been getting the most attention: Whether the device will finally move on from using plastic and upgrade to a metal chassis. While there have been several . . .
4 hour ago - MobileCrunch / Tadhg Kelly
 As a recent acquirer of an iPhone 6 Plus I had thought that a bigger phone would have better battery and be easier on my eyes. However what I hadn’t expected was the degree to which playing games on it would be much more fun than on my previou . . .
4 hour ago - TechCrunch / Josh Constine
 A clandestine invite to a “secret screening to protest against censorship” of The Interview did not lead to a showing of the North Korea-skewering film at the center of the Sony Pictures hack. It did raise money for free speech charity Article . . .
3 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 Fresh from making its first investment in India last month, News Corp has now completed its first acquisition in the country, buying financial planning service BigDecisions.com as Next Big What first reported. Read More
3 hour ago - TechCrunch / Jon Russell
 Back in June, Google introduced its Android One program to improve the affordable smartphone experience in emerging markets. The project debuted in India in September, and it is making its first expansion to cover neighboring Bangladesh, Nepal . . .
6 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 Microsoft shipped the first version of Windows on November 20, 1985. The company went public on March 13, 1986. That means that Microsoft pulled the trigger on its IPO mere months after Windows was first launched into the market. Until today I . . .
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