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With Competition Heating Up, Sony to Cut TV, Smartphone Lineup
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With Competition Heating Up, Sony to Cut TV, Smartphone Lineup

The Japanese tech giant sees growth in PlayStation, image sensors.
E-Cig Chargers Could Infect Computer With Malware
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E-Cig Chargers Could Infect Computer With Malware

What's supposedly better for your lungs may not be healthy for your hard drive.
Google Launches Interactive Games on Times Square's Biggest Billboard Ever
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Google Launches Interactive Games on Times Square's Biggest Billboard Ever

The search giant is the first company in the world to rent out the football field-sized screen -- with a tenure that will last throughout the ever-critical holiday shopping season.
For Commercial Drones, the Biggest Questions Remain Unanswered
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For Commercial Drones, the Biggest Questions Remain Unanswered

A legal victory by the FAA and new rumors about pending drone rules bring some clarity to the commercial drone industry, much of it unwelcome.
New Google Initiative Enables Ad-Free Browsing on Certain Sites for a Monthly Fee
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New Google Initiative Enables Ad-Free Browsing on Certain Sites for a Monthly Fee

The Contributor program allows users to directly support their favorite sites as opposed to today's mostly ad-funded media model.
Recharge Your Phone in 30 Seconds? This Startup Says It Can.
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Recharge Your Phone in 30 Seconds? This Startup Says It Can.

A nanotech company says it has developed technology that can charge a mobile phone in a few seconds and an electric car in minutes.
The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups
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The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups

These apps could help you run your company more efficiently.
Tesla in Talks With BMW Over Car Batteries
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Tesla in Talks With BMW Over Car Batteries

The car makers discuss a collaboration over car batteries and other parts.
New Malware Uncovered With 'Stealth' Features to Spy on Businesses
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New Malware Uncovered With 'Stealth' Features to Spy on Businesses

Symantec says an advanced malicious software application has been uncovered that was used to spy on private companies, governments, research institutes and individuals.
The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time
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The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time

The California tech giant hasn't always been a synonym for success.
5 Ways to Pull Big Data Into Your Marketing Strategy
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5 Ways to Pull Big Data Into Your Marketing Strategy

What do marketers and big data have in common? They both have an insatiable desire to know more about their targets.
 Why Hasn't Samsung's 'Tizen' Operating System Taken Off?
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Why Hasn't Samsung's 'Tizen' Operating System Taken Off?

Is there really room for a third mobile operating system after Apple's iOS and Google's Android? For years, Samsung has thought so -- but it has yet to deliver.
Super-Speedy 5G Mobile Network Slated to Kick Off at the 2018 World Cup
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Super-Speedy 5G Mobile Network Slated to Kick Off at the 2018 World Cup

Huawei and leading Russian carrier Megafon are honing the technology in the run-up to the 2018 games.
A Watch That Shoots Lasers? Yes, Please.
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A Watch That Shoots Lasers? Yes, Please.

It isn't as cool as sharks with lasers on their heads, but it's pretty close.
Defiant Streaming TV Startup Aereo Finally Caves, Files For Bankruptcy
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Defiant Streaming TV Startup Aereo Finally Caves, Files For Bankruptcy

Unable to rebound from a devastating Supreme Court loss, Aereo is finally throwing in the towel.
NSA Chief Warns Chinese Cyber Attacks Could Shut U.S. Infrastructure
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NSA Chief Warns Chinese Cyber Attacks Could Shut U.S. Infrastructure

He says that China and 'probably one or two' other countries have the ability to invade and possibly shut down computer systems of U.S. power utilities, aviation networks and financial companies.
How Bitcoin Could Make Voter Fraud and Stolen Elections Impossible
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How Bitcoin Could Make Voter Fraud and Stolen Elections Impossible

The same technology that makes Bitcoin an alternative currency could be adapted to make elections impervious to cheating at a fraction of the current cost.
A Wearable Women Want to Wear? Behind Intel's New Smart Bracelet.
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A Wearable Women Want to Wear? Behind Intel's New Smart Bracelet.

The tech giant's VP of devices shares the design strategy behind its newly-unveiled smart bracelet.
Come 2015, Apple Will Reportedly Bake Beats Music-Streaming Service Into iOS
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Come 2015, Apple Will Reportedly Bake Beats Music-Streaming Service Into iOS

The move would represent Apple's first attempt to capitalize on its $3 billion purchase of Beats Electronics in May.
Microsoft Says 11-Hour Azure Outage Was Caused by System Update
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Microsoft Says 11-Hour Azure Outage Was Caused by System Update

The problem affected customers around the globe and affected third-party programs hosted on the platform.
New Software Kit Tells a Lot About the Apple Watch
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New Software Kit Tells a Lot About the Apple Watch

In addition to a developer's kit, Apple released a set of public documents that reveal a lot about how the new device works.
This Startup Wants to Turn Your Rolex Into a Smartwatch
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This Startup Wants to Turn Your Rolex Into a Smartwatch

Dying to get text and email notifications on your luxury watch? One new company thinks it has the solution.
Can Cities Be a One-Stop Shop for Entrepreneurs?
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Can Cities Be a One-Stop Shop for Entrepreneurs?

Raleigh, N.C. Mayor McFarlane's take on building the next startup hub.
Big Innovations Are Happening in Tiny Packages
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Big Innovations Are Happening in Tiny Packages

Welcome to the world of nanotech, where huge opportunities exist for tech entrepreneurs.
Apple to Pay $24 Million for Infringing on Ancient Pager Patents
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Apple to Pay $24 Million for Infringing on Ancient Pager Patents

The patents were granted in the 1990s.
In a Catch-22, This App Rewards People for Setting Down Their Phones
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In a Catch-22, This App Rewards People for Setting Down Their Phones

A trio of Singaporean entrepreneurs just won $30,000 in funding for an app called Apple Tree, which is designed to encourage face-to-face interaction.
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