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Nick Kolakowski | May 24, 2013
Apple’s legal counsel is irate over comments made by the federal judge overseeing the trial.
Google could end up battling Facebook for control of Waze, which builds a mapping-and-navigation app.
Nick Kolakowski | May 23, 2013
The next exotic locale for Street View: the Galapagos Islands, land of giant tortoises and other unique species.
Twitter’s new two-factor authentication only takes a few minutes to set up. Here’s a quick guide.
Nick Kolakowski | May 22, 2013
The battle for the living room, driven in large part by cloud functionality, is about to hit a whole new level.
VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service will compete in a crowded IaaS field.
Andy Patrizio | May 21, 2013
The Hitachi Content Platform demonstrates the cloud-related issues confronting many IT vendors that made their name in proprietary hardware.
Nick Kolakowski | May 21, 2013
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer clearly hopes her bold moves will spark a corporate turnaround.
Nick Kolakowski | May 20, 2013
COBOL programming language first appeared in 1959, but that’s not stopping IBM from trying to make it play nice with the modern world.
Yahoo has a history of making high-profile acquisitions that subsequently implode in spectacular fashion.
Nick Kolakowski | May 17, 2013
The Department of Defense has approved BlackBerry, Apple’s iOS, and Samsung Knox for use.
Google CEO Larry Page used his I/O keynote talk to suggest the tech industry could be more positive. That won’t happen.
Nick Kolakowski | May 16, 2013
DeadDrop, built by Swartz and other volunteers, allows sources to anonymously send data and documents to publications.
Google unveiled a new educational initiative at I/O centered on Android apps. It’s altruistic, but also something of a swipe against Apple.
Milo Yiannopoulos | May 15, 2013
Venture-backed European Internet companies are going to remarkable lengths to get talent—but not always legally.
Nick Kolakowski | May 15, 2013
Rumors suggest Google will use its Google I/O conference to launch some sort of Spotify rival.
Nick Kolakowski | May 14, 2013
BlackBerry made a number of announcements at the conference. Also, CEO Thorsten Heins doesn’t think tablets are doomed after all.
Rampant smartphone theft is a rising concern in cities. Will manufacturers and carriers submit to installing a device “kill switch”?
Nick Kolakowski | May 13, 2013
Facebook’s Android software faces middling user reviews, dipping install rates, and other troubling signs.
Bill Gates offered a hint of emotion while talking about Steve Jobs in a televised interview.
Nick Kolakowski | May 10, 2013
Rumors suggest a new Nexus 7, updated Google Maps, and upgrade Google Wallet could all make appearances at Google I/O 2013.
Amazon may be preparing to leap into the smartphone game. But its rumored killer feature, 3D, has been tried without much success before.
Nick Kolakowski | May 9, 2013
For the satirical newspaper, the cyber-attack wasn’t funny at all.
TechCrunch is suggesting that Nook e-readers and tablets will eventually fade away, conceding that battlefield to Kindle e-readers.
Nick Kolakowski | May 8, 2013
Diablo III’s in-game gold might not be Bitcoin, but a recent bug demonstrated how chaos can quickly seize a virtual currency.
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