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1:29 AM - Saturday, August 02, 2014
15 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
The cat's out of the bag, it seems. Just days after we received leaked details of HTC's One (M8) for Windows, Verizon has posted a picture on its web servers (still available as I write) that confirms the smartphone's existence. The device is . . .
14 hour ago - TechCrunch / Frederic Lardinois
 It looks like it’s time for some good old conscious uncoupling at Google. First, Hangouts started to take its first steps without Google+ earlier this week and today, Bloomberg reports that the company is also planning to separate Photos from . . .
7/31/2014 - CrackBerry.com blogs
Amazon says that its Appstore for Android is now available in 236 countries and territories following this recent expansion of 41 more regions. That said, not all apps within the Amazon Appstore catalog will be available in all regions due to . . .
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10 hour ago - pcworld.com / Stephen Lawson
The right to unlock your cellphone became law on Friday as President Barack Obama signed a bill that rapidly passed both houses of the U.S. Congress.The Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act passed in the Senate on July 16 . . .
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15 hour ago - TechCrunch / Greg Kumparak
 Back in 2002, a small group of developers whipped together an app that was meant to turn a hacked Xbox into a full-fledged media player, capable of playing all sorts of video and music content that the Xbox couldn’t handle out of the box. Reas . . .
13 hour ago - The Next Web / Josh Ong
Microsoft revealed today that it has sued Samsung (PDF) in an attempt to enforce a patent cross-licensing agreement the two companies reached in 2011. By Microsoft’s account, Samsung is balking at licensing fees after its smartphones became mor . . .
7/31/2014 - Gizmodo / Kate Knibbs
Danish researchers just created the Usain Bolt of networks. A team from the Technical University of Denmark used a single multi-core optical fiber to transfer 43 terabits per second, making it the world's fastest fiber network . I'd say it mak . . .
14 hour ago - VentureBeat / Harrison Weber
The new capital, raised in April, brings Airbnb's total funding to $801 million.
4 hour ago - Official Google Blog
These days, if you’re an engineer, inventor or just a tinkerer with a garage, you don’t have to look far for a juicy opportunity: there are cash prize challenges dedicated to landing on the moon, building a self-driving car, cleaning the oceans . . .
13 hour ago - Engadget / Billy Steele
The trusty Google Now launcher that debuted on the Nexus 5 had already made its way to the rest of that family and Play Edition devices. Now, folks wielding any handset running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and later can grab the feature, even if it's...
11 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Federal Communications Commission has proposed banning wireless companies from teaming up to bid at next year's spectrum auction, a move that appears aimed at discouraging a Sprint bid for T-Mobile US.
11 hour ago - WSJ.com
H-P has agreed to pay $32.5 million to resolve allegations that the computer giant overcharged the U.S. Postal Service for certain products, the Justice Department said Friday.
7/31/2014 - The Next Web / Roberto Baldwin
After taking more than a few years to get Office on the iPad, Microsoft is wasting no time updating the productivity suite. That’s good news for anyone about to give a PowerPoint presentation. The iPad version of Office now supports exporting f . . .
12 hour ago - TechCrunch / Josh Constine
 No one should be denied understanding of their human rights just because they can’t afford a mobile data plan. Now women in Zambia won’t be, as Facebook and Internet.org’s new app gives them free Internet connection for accessing women’s right . . .
21 hour ago - ReadWrite / Selena Larson
Facebook wants to make sure everyone on the planet can access knowledge, job opportunities—and, of course, create Facebook accounts—through Internet access provided by the social network.The company announced the Internet.org app on Thursday, a . . .
7/31/2014 - TechCrunch / Kyle Russell
 Chinese conglomerate Alibaba is making another big investment in an American startup. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company is investing $120 million in mobile game developer Kabam, best known for games like “Dragons of Atlantis” an . . .
14 hour ago - 9to5mac.com / Zac Hall
Bloomberg reports that Apple has received preliminary approval for the $450 million lawsuit settlement reached over its ebook pricing practices. The settlement was first reached out of court about six weeks ago just before the case was set to g . . .
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