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The Cloud Bursts its Bubble
The cloud has been in the news lately. Prices are starting to drop for a number of cloud services - those online, in-the-ether file repositories.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
TECHNOLOGY: The Google Glass experience
Among the thousands of testers enlisted by Google Inc. to participate in the Google Glass "Explorers" program is Randy McEoin, an information technology specialist at The Press-Enterprise.
Smartphone Kill-Switch Coming to Devices in July 2015
The CTIA wireless association announced this week an agreement with other wireless companies and smartphone makers to include a kill-switch starting July 2015, which can be pre-installed or downloadable on wireless smartphones for free.
Christian Science Monitor
Amazon Fire TV vs Chromecast: why pay more for a set-top box?
An Amazon Fire TV on a couch after a news conference in New York. Set-top boxes like the Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV are more than double the price of streaming sticks like Google Chromecast, and Chromecast offers most of the same features.
Yahoo offers to help Apple purge Google from the iPhone's default settings
Yahoo may help Apple deliver a huge blow to Google's bottom line in the future, as Marissa Mayer wants its search engine to become the default option on iOS devices.
Introducing Flickr 3.0 for iPhone and Android
Every day at Flickr we share our passion for inspiring photography by building world-class tools and beautiful photo displays you can access anywhere.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Apple, Samsung Sign on for CTIA's Smartphone Kill Switch
Apple and Samsung are among the smartphone makers that have agreed to comply with CTIA's guidelines calling for a "kill switch" that renders devices useless if lost or stolen.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Google Glass available to anyone with $1,500 for today only
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Samsung says smartphone success in marketing, not Apple influence
Samsung is arguing in a San Jose courtroom that a marketing strategy shift led to a larger U.S. market share, not copying features from Apple's iPhone.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Toronto Star
Heartbleed bug a bigger problem than first thought for tech companies
Websites afflicted by the Heartbleed security flaw are finding that it's taking longer than anticipated to recover from the fallout.
The Motley Fool
This High-Growth Industry Has Gotten the Attention of Google Inc
The online travel agency industry has been a great growth story over the past half decade.
Califone Releases Ear Bud Headphones For Audio Learning Activities
The demand for audio equipment in the classroom continues to grow, as students increasingly turn to online instruction and mobile devices for language learning.
Google takes stand in Apple-Samsung trial over Android features
Google took the stand Friday in the Apple vs. Samsung software patent war to defend features in its Android operating system.
Facebook plans to provide mobile payment services: FT
Facebook Inc is preparing to join the mobile-payments race with remittances and electronic-money services on the social network, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing several people involved in the process.
WBAY-TV Green Bay
Flooding Prompts Road Closures in Oshkosh
Download our StormCenter 2 On the Go app for Apple and Android devices. It's free, and you'll get Pinpoint Doppler, local conditions, forecasts, school closings, and the Skycam Network.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Samsung packs on features on its new Galaxy S5 phone - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 PST
There's a lot to like about Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone - among them, its relative lack of features.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Samsung Calls Google Executive at $2 Billion Apple Patent Trial
Samsung Electronics Co. called the first of as many as seven Google Inc. witnesses to begin making its case in a $2 billion patent trial that Apple Inc.'s true target in the lawsuit is the Android operating system.
The Toronto Star
Steve Jobs still teaching lessons to today's CEOs: Olive
The release of a 2010 internal memo by Steve Jobs that went viral this week reveals the Jobs worth learning about.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
National Public Radio
Google To Sell Glass To Bigger Pool Of Consumers
A lot more people are about to get a chance to buy Google Glass, the Internet-connected eyewear that has become the hottest accessory in geek fashion.
Overnight Recap: Carousel, Simple Starter Plan, Mailbox for Mac, Netflix 4K
My, my, my, the Apple rumor mill is certainly spinning like a hamster in a cage this week, with wild speculation running rampant about an avalanche of new products on the way from Cupertino starting this summer.