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10:54 AM - Saturday, February 28, 2015
6 hour ago - gigaom.com
After selling one million of its original Pebble watches, the company is zigging when the competition is zagging. Pebble Time is the next product in the line, and while it adds new features and a new interface, the watch isn’t likely to be conf . . .
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2/26/2015 - WSJ.com
Apple said it will hold a “special event” for March 9 that is likely to be a coming-out party for Apple Watch. Apple has said the watch will go on sale in April.
2/26/2015 - Engadget / James Trew
You know the drill. Apple issues an invite for an event, and tech media channels go wild with speculation. Except that we know the event in question this time, scheduled for March 9, is almost certainly about the Apple Watch. How? Well, we alre . . .
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6 hour ago - GigaOM / Jonathan Vanian
This week the FCC passed new rules on net neutrality, which were essentially designed to limit the ability of internet service providers (ISP) to either slow down or boost the speeds…
2/27/2015 - slashgear.com / Jc Torres
It's just a few days before Samsung finally reveals what it really has in mind for the sixth generation of its Galaxy S flagship. And while we've had up to here with leaks, rumors, and official teasers, it wouldn't hurt to have one more right? . . .
2/26/2015 - Engadget / Steve Dent
Google is about to allow software companies to promote their apps on the Android Play Store, a space that was previously off-limits for advertising. That means alongside regular search results, you'll soon see apps from companies with the bigge . . .
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22 hour ago - TechCrunch / Colleen Taylor
 Uber announced today that its database was breached by an unauthorized third party last year. The company confirmed the breach in a company blog post published this afternoon, authored by Uber’s managing counsel of data private Katherine Tassi . . .
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2/26/2015 - slashgear.com / Nate Swanner
Customization has become a hallmark for Motorola, where users find favor with Moto X’s open-source design platform. That choice is about to come to wearables, too. Motorola is about to unleash a Moto Maker suite for their Moto 360, which allows . . .
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2/27/2015 - The Next Web / Roberto Baldwin
With the final details about pricing and launch dates expected at Apple’s March 9 event, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared another feature being built into the watch; it could potentially replace your car keys. Cook told The Telegraph that the watch wa . . .
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2/27/2015 - slashgear.com / Brittany Hillen
Earlier this week, both Reddit and Google revealed plans to crack down on adult content, and while Reddit has held firm to its decision, Google has listened to the outcry of its users and, likely upon fully realizing how many users were poised . . .
5 hour ago - Mashable / Pete Pachal
The popularity of Star Trek's Mr. Spock is 100% thanks to Leonard Nimoy. Nimoy made the role his own because he fully understood what it meant to play the alien — and seemingly emotionless — Vulcan character: Although he could often be coldly . . .
2/27/2015 - bgr.com / Yoni Heisler
Apple on Thursday updated its main iCloud website such that anyone, even users who don’t own an Apple device, can access Apple’s entire suite of iWork productivity software, including Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for free. Previously, such acces . . .
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2/25/2015 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Google has bumped the storage limit for its locker service for Google Play Music from 20,000 to 50,000 songs, giving users more than double the capacity to store their own collection in the cloud, over and above the extensive streaming library . . .
2/27/2015 - Fortune Tech: Technology blogs, news and analysis / Benjamin Snyder
A wonky bit of tech policy called “net neutrality” has been making the headlines this week as government regulators voted to expand their authority over the Internet. Opposed by the telecoms but championed by consumer advocates, the new rules g . . .
2/24/2015 - techcrunch.com / Greg Kumparak
 Early this morning, we noted that the Pebble Time — Pebble’s new color e-ink smartwatch — had smashed through its $500,000 goal in an absolutely preposterous seventeen minutes. We don’t generally do play-by-play updates on Kickstarter campaign . . .
2/26/2015 - Gizmodo / Leticia Miranda
The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on a proposal today that effectively bars internet companies from prioritizing some internet traffic over others. As John Oliver famously explained "ending net neutrality would allow bi . . .
2/24/2015 - Engadget / Billy Steele
When nude celebrity photos hit the internet last year, Reddit was a landing spot for the hacked snapshots. After today's security update though, photos or video of naked people or folks engaged in sexual acts cannot be posted without consent. I . . .
2/24/2015 - Engadget / Nicole Lee
Three years ago, Pebble made crowdfunding history by raising over $10 million on Kickstarter for its simple e-ink smartwatch -- a whole two years before Android Wear even existed. The company has rolled out some new designs and features since t . . .
2/25/2015 - VentureBeat / Chris O'Brien
In a case bound to reignite the debate over patent trolls, a Texas jury found that iTunes infringed on three patents and said Apple must pay $532.9 million in damages.
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