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Apple revenue lags Street's view despite strong China growth

By Christina Farr and Edwin Chan SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc posted a smaller-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, but revenue surged 28 percent in greater China despite stiff competition in its third-largest market. It sold 35.2 million iPhones in the June quarter, a rise of about 13 percent that was in line with analysts' projections, helped by a strong performance in an Asian market considered crucial to Apple's longer-term growth prospects. Chief Executive Tim Cook told analysts on a conference call that Apple's Chinese performance was "honestly surprising." Unit iPhone sales jumped about 48 percent and Mac computer sales rose 39 percent in the June quarter, Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said in an interview. This month, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd estimated April-June operating profit far below most analysts' forecasts, as its Galaxy S5 sold more slowly than expected in the face of severe competition.    "We have a really good runway in front of us with China Mobile," Maestri said, referring to Apple's main carrier partner in the world's No. 2 economy.



Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise after hours

By Bill Rigby SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said it aims to get its loss-making Nokia phone unit to break even within two years, helping its stock rise in after-hours trade. Microsoft's chief financial officer said in a call with analysts that the company plans to take $1 billion in costs out of the Nokia operation and stop its losses by fiscal 2016 - which ends in June 2016 - following massive job cuts announced last week. "The expense guidance around Nokia was much better than feared," said Daniel Ives, an analyst at FBR Capital Markets. "While there is still some heavy lifting ahead, it appears brighter days are on the horizon for Microsoft after a decade of pain and frustration." Microsoft shares hit new 14-year highs over the past week, and were up 1.1 percent at $45.33 after hours.



With sales sputtering, Apple's iPad looks to IBM alliance

By Christina Farr SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc's iPad is losing steam just four years after its release, but an alliance with International Business Machines Corp could rejuvenate a flagging product by entering into a largely untapped corporate market. Apple shipped 13.2 million iPads in the June quarter, 8 percent fewer than a year earlier and lagging Wall Street's forecast for 14 million or more. Apple helped create the tablet market in 2010 with its first iPad. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook described iPad sales as "very bifurcated" - they continue to grow at 50 percent or above in emerging markets such as the Middle East and China, but in developed countries like the United States, the "market is weaker."     Research firm IDC lowered its forecast for 2014 worldwide tablet demand growth to 12.1 percent - a fraction of the 51.8 percent expansion of 2013.



Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify at N.Y. forgery trial: prosecutors

By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - The government will call Mark Zuckerberg to testify against an upstate New York man accused of trying to cheat the billionaire founder of Facebook Inc out of half his stake in the social media company, a federal prosecutor said on Tuesday. Zuckerberg is expected to be a key witness against Paul Ceglia, who is charged with forging a 2003 contract with Zuckerberg that purportedly entitled him to half of Facebook. ?It's a witness that the government 100 percent knows it will be calling at trial,? Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Frey said at a court hearing before U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter in New York federal court. The charges stem in part from a 2010 civil lawsuit Ceglia filed against Zuckerberg and Facebook in Buffalo, New York, claiming the two men signed a contract when Zuckerberg was a freshman at Harvard University that gave Ceglia half of a planned social networking website.



Some WSJ computer systems taken offline after cyber attack: Dow Jones
(Reuters) - Computer systems containing the Wall Street Journal's news graphics were hacked by outside parties, according to the paper's publisher Dow Jones & Co. The systems have been taken offline to prevent the spread of attacks, but Journal officials have not found any damage to the graphics, the newspaper said citing people at the Wall Street Journal familiar with the matter. Representatives for Dow Jones were not immediately available for comment.
Electronic Arts profit surpasses Wall Street expectations

By Malathi Nayak SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc reported better-than-expected revenue and profit for the first quarter, driven by robust sales of titles such as "Titanfall," digital revenue and cost control. "On the digital side, (we saw) great continued growth on mobile and PC full game downloads and our subscriptions business with all of those up dramatically," CFO Blake Jorgensen said in an interview. Games such as "Ultimate Fighting Championship," soccer title "FIFA" and shooter game "Titanfall" were strong revenue drivers, Jorgensen said. Electronic Arts shares were relatively unchanged after closing at $38.42 on the Nasdaq on Tuesday.



Microsoft will merge separate versions of Windows into one unified operating ...

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that the his company will amalgamate all major versions of Windows into one operating system. Speaking on the company's quarterly earnings call today, Nadella told analysts Microsoft will "streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system." Describing the implications of the change, Nadella said "this means one operating system that covers all screen sizes." Previously, under the management of Steve Ballmer, Microsoft had multiple teams producing different versions of Windows working separately from each other. "Now," Nadella said, "we have one team with a common architecture." The Microsoft boss noted the benefit for users and developers ? while Microsoft will still sell different editions of Windows, the new unified platform will allow the creation of universal Windows apps that work across all devices running the OS.



Netflix will attack six European markets this September

It?s no secret that Netflix to expand in additional European markets this year, but the company has never offered an exact rollout plan for the new countries it wants to conquer. Fortunately, in a new letter to shareholders spotted by Android Police, Netflix confirmed that its European presence will see a significant increase in September, when the movie streaming service will reach six new markets. ?Outside the U.S., we generated continued growth in all of our markets. We ended Q2 with 13.8 million international members, growing 78% y/y,? the company wrote in the letter. ?In September, we?ll be launching Netflix in Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Luxembourg. This launch into markets with over 60 million broadband households will significantly



Amazon Fire Phone review

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Watch the trailer for 'When Marnie Was There,' the latest film from the legen...

Revered animator Hayao Miyazaki may have bowed out of animation with the stunning, controversial The Wind Rises, but his Studio Ghibli still has talent to spare. Hiromasa Yonebayashi is one such example; Like Arrietty, When Marnie Was There is an adaptation of a British children's novel, this time by Joan G. Robinson; Studio Ghibli hasn't announced plans for the rest of the world, but if The Wind Rises is any indication, you'll probably have to wait until 2015;



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Employee lawsuit targeting Apple for unpaid wages gets class action status

A three-year-old lawsuit targeting Apple by former employees at its retail and corporate locations has been certified by the California Superior Court, and given class-action status. Filed in 2011 by Brandon Felczer ? who spent about a year working for Apple ? (along with three others), the complaint accuses the company of violating California labor codes by not providing time for employees to eat, rest, see itemized wage statements, or get paid in a reasonable amount of time after employment ended. The complaint is effectively asking for backpay on these periods, citing California Labor Codes, as well as asking for them to be applied to other former workers who were in similar situations going all the way back to December 16th, 2007. Per Recode, the lawsuit could be open to around 20,000 Apple employees in California if and when it makes it to a jury trial.



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Gordon Brown: 100 days after #BringBackOurGirls, ?We will not forget?

Brown: The world must unite in efforts to bring home the more than 200 children still in the clutches of extremists.



U.S. tracked missile that brought down MH17

The U.S. detected the launch of the ?specific missile? that brought down Flight MH17 last week, a senior administration official said.



Man linked to gun used after Boston bombing arrested

A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is believed to have provided the handgun used to kill a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer during the manhunt, people with knowledge of the investigation said Tuesday.



Undercover probe finds health law failings

Congressional investigators using fake identities were able to obtain taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law, according to testimony to be delivered Wednesday.



23 killed in Baghdad blast

A suicide car bomb explosion ripped through a police checkpoint in Baghdad Tuesday, killing 23 people and wounding more than 40, police and medical sources said. The suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle at an entrance to the northwestern neighbourhood of Kadhimiyah, a police colonel and an interior ministry official said. At least five of the those killed were policemen, as were eight of those wounded, said police and medical sources, who both gave figures higher than 40 for the number of wounded. The predominantly Shiite neighbourhood of Kadhimiyah lies across the Tigris river from the mainly Sunni district of Adhamiyah and is frequently targeted when sectarian tension in the country is high.



Clippers CEO: Rivers will quit team if Sterling remains owner

Los Angeles Clippers interim CEO Richard Parsons testified Tuesday that coach Doc Rivers told him he'll quit if Donald Sterling remains the owner of the team.



Brooklyn Bridge white flag mystery: Police look for answers

Overnight, someone climbed to the top of both the Brooklyn Bridge's two 273-foot towers. According to officials, the American flags are hung by specially trained workers in the Department of Transportation. At the least police are folding up the Brooklyn Bridge white surrender flag in a respectful manner. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced an award for any information about the mysterious flags.



MH17: No direct Russian link found

U.S. says plane was probably mistakenly downed by a missile fired by Russia-backed separatists.



Paterno son, other ex-coach sue Penn State for tarnished careers

Two former assistant football coaches at Penn State University, including the son of disgraced former head coach Joe Paterno, are suing the school for actions they say wrecked their careers in the wake of the child sex-abuse scandal.



After 3-year probe, feds to monitor Newark police

Newark's police department will undergo independent monitoring after a three-year federal investigation released Tuesday found "a pattern of unconstitutional policing" that included excessive use of force and inadequate accountability.



MH17 bodies removed from war zone

Train carrying dead reaches Ukraine-held territory, but rebels continue to hamper probe.



192 charged in human smuggling operation

U.S. says more than $625,000 has been seized in the crackdown, dubbed "Operation Coyote."



In historic shift, working-class whites lose voting dominance in Ohio

Working-class whites are no longer a majority of Ohio's eligible voters, a historic shift in a key Midwestern swing state that has political parties pledging more outreach to a broader coalition of demographic groups.



Venezuela moves to empty Tower of David skyscraper slum

Venezuelan authorities on Tuesday began moving residents out of the Tower of David, a Caracas skyscraper so notorious as a haven for squatters and gangs it was depicted in the US TV series "Homeland." More than 100 families were ushered out of the unfinished 45-story building, the start of an operation by military authorities to clear a longtime symbol of festering poverty and lawlessness in the heart of the Venezuelan capital. Its construction halted in 1993 after a financial crisis and the death of its owner, investor David Brillembourg, the building was taken over in 2007 by gangs and homeless people with the blessings of the government of President Hugo Chavez. Stories about the crime-ridden haven inspired "Homeland" writers to make the Tower of David a place of refuge for anti-hero Nicholas Brody, who -- running from US authorities in the last season of the hit show -- turns up there wounded and in the care of a shadowy network of Venezuelan drug traffickers.



101-year-old weather observer gets a place in the sun

It takes only a couple of minutes, twice a day, but 101-year-old Richard Hendrickson is fiercely proud that he has done the same thing for his country and community nearly every day since Herbert Hoover was in the White House in 1930.




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Gordon Brown: 100 days after #BringBackOurGirls, ?We will not forget?

Brown: World must unite in bringing home children still in the clutches of extremists.



U.S. tracked missile that brought down Flight MH17

The U.S. detected the launch of the ?specific missile? that brought down Flight MH17 last week, a senior administration official said.



Man linked to gun used after Boston bombing arrested

A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is believed to have provided the handgun used to kill a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer during the manhunt, people with knowledge of the investigation said Tuesday.



Investigators get subsidized 'Obamacare' coverage using bogus identities

Congressional investigators using fake identities were able to obtain taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law, according to testimony to be delivered Wednesday.



23 killed in Baghdad blast

A suicide car bomb explosion ripped through a police checkpoint in Baghdad Tuesday, killing 23 people and wounding more than 40, police and medical sources said. The suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle at an entrance to the northwestern neighbourhood of Kadhimiyah, a police colonel and an interior ministry official said. At least five of the those killed were policemen, as were eight of those wounded, said police and medical sources, who both gave figures higher than 40 for the number of wounded. The predominantly Shiite neighbourhood of Kadhimiyah lies across the Tigris river from the mainly Sunni district of Adhamiyah and is frequently targeted when sectarian tension in the country is high.



Clippers CEO: Rivers will quit team if Sterling remains owner

Los Angeles Clippers interim CEO Richard Parsons testified Tuesday that coach Doc Rivers told him he'll quit if Donald Sterling remains the owner of the team.



Brooklyn Bridge white flag mystery: Police look for answers

Overnight, someone climbed to the top of both the Brooklyn Bridge's two 273-foot towers. According to officials, the American flags are hung by specially trained workers in the Department of Transportation. At the least police are folding up the Brooklyn Bridge white surrender flag in a respectful manner. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced an award for any information about the mysterious flags.



MH17: No direct Russian link found

U.S. says plane was probably mistakenly downed by a missile fired by Russia-backed separatists.



Paterno son, other ex-coach sue Penn State for tarnished careers

Two former assistant football coaches at Penn State University, including the son of disgraced former head coach Joe Paterno, are suing the school for actions they say wrecked their careers in the wake of the child sex-abuse scandal.



After 3-year probe, feds to monitor Newark police

Newark's police department will undergo independent monitoring after a three-year federal investigation released Tuesday found "a pattern of unconstitutional policing" that included excessive use of force and inadequate accountability.



MH17 bodies removed from war zone

Train carrying dead reaches Ukraine-held territory, but rebels continue to hamper probe.



192 charged in human smuggling operation

U.S. says more than $625,000 has been seized in the crackdown, dubbed "Operation Coyote."



In historic shift, working-class whites lose voting dominance in Ohio

Working-class whites are no longer a majority of Ohio's eligible voters, a historic shift in a key Midwestern swing state that has political parties pledging more outreach to a broader coalition of demographic groups.



Venezuela moves to empty Tower of David skyscraper slum

Venezuelan authorities on Tuesday began moving residents out of the Tower of David, a Caracas skyscraper so notorious as a haven for squatters and gangs it was depicted in the US TV series "Homeland." More than 100 families were ushered out of the unfinished 45-story building, the start of an operation by military authorities to clear a longtime symbol of festering poverty and lawlessness in the heart of the Venezuelan capital. Its construction halted in 1993 after a financial crisis and the death of its owner, investor David Brillembourg, the building was taken over in 2007 by gangs and homeless people with the blessings of the government of President Hugo Chavez. Stories about the crime-ridden haven inspired "Homeland" writers to make the Tower of David a place of refuge for anti-hero Nicholas Brody, who -- running from US authorities in the last season of the hit show -- turns up there wounded and in the care of a shadowy network of Venezuelan drug traffickers.



101-year-old weather observer gets a place in the sun

It takes only a couple of minutes, twice a day, but 101-year-old Richard Hendrickson is fiercely proud that he has done the same thing for his country and community nearly every day since Herbert Hoover was in the White House in 1930.




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Sharp's axe too blunt; lenders to push for deeper restructuring
TOKYO, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Sharp Corp's leading bank creditors are likely to demand a more sweeping restructuring at the struggling Japanese TV and display maker as a condition for extending new loans, said people involved in the ongoing talks.
Australia's Fairfax Media mulls $1 bln writedown - report
MELBOURNE, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Australian newspaper publisher Fairfax Media is considering a writedown of more than A$1 billion ($1.06 billion) on the value of its top newspapers, a report in a rival newspaper said on Friday.
Yahoo may rethink use of cash from Alibaba deal
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc may re-evaluate plans for the cash it gets from a multibillion-dollar sale of half of its 40 percent stake in Chinese Internet company Alibaba Group.
UPDATE 2-Google pays $22.5 mln to settle Apple Safari charges
* Penalty is largest FTC has ever imposed for violating an order
UPDATE 2-U.S. judge backs RIM in patent dispute with Mformation
* RIM shares rise more than 4 percent following ruling (Adds comment from Mformation, updates share price move)
UPDATE 3-Nvidia rides Tegra wave, beats on revenue outlook
(Adds comment from CEO, details on supply and margins; updates stock price)
UPDATE 2-Virus found in Mideast can spy on bank transactions
* Gauss found in Lebanon, Israel, Palestinian territories
UPDATE 2-Nokia sells 500 patents, Qt software to counter losses
* Sells 500 patents to U.S. firm Vringo, Qt to Finnish Digia
UPDATE 1-Goldman Sachs adds Cisco to conviction buy list
* Goldman cites fast growth for addition to conviction buy list
Infosys faces new lawsuit over visa whistleblower
MUMBAI, Aug 9 (Reuters) - A former U.S. employee has filed a lawsuit against Infosys Ltd, India's No.2 software services provider, saying he was harassed for pointing out possible misuse of U.S. business visas, according to a copy of the lawsuit seen by Reuters.

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How Nokia both helped and hindered Microsoft's earnings - PCWorld

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How Nokia both helped and hindered Microsoft's earnings
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Microsoft paid more than $7 billion for Nokia's handset and services business, and the jury is still out as to what it means for its future. In the past quarter it boosted Microsoft's revenue but also ate into its profit. Microsoft's revenue for the quarter ended June 30 ...
Microsoft's Profits Slide on Mobile, but Its Cloud FlourishesNew York Times
Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise after hoursReuters
Robust Cloud Demand Lift's Microsoft's Fourth QuartereWeek
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Apple granted 'iTime' patent - ZDNet

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Apple granted 'iTime' patent
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Patent documents published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on 22 July have revealed details of a device referred to as 'iTime' in a patent granted to Apple for a "wrist-worn electronic device". The documents for patent number US 8,787,006 ...
Apple's iWatch Disclosed in Patent DocumentsMedical Device and Diagnostics Industry
'iTime' Smartwatch Patent Granted To AppleKabir News
Apple watch patent reveals device called 'iTime'Brisbane Times
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For Apple, iPhone Roars and iPad Whimpers - Wall Street Journal

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For Apple, iPhone Roars and iPad Whimpers
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Apple is gearing up for its biggest initial run of iPhones ? up to 80 million units ? for the model that is commonly known as the iPhone 6. The WSJ's Ramy Inocencio talks to Daisuke Wakabayashi about why it took Apple so long to go bigger with its screens.
With sales sputtering, Apple's iPad looks to IBM allianceReuters
Apple's mixed bag: Profits beat expectations, but sales disappointSan Jose Mercury News
Apple Posts Record Fiscal Q3 Profit of $7.7B, Sells 35.2M iPhonesDailyTech
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Amazon's Fire Phone life-meets-work review: Wild cards, but notable Android e...

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Amazon's Fire Phone life-meets-work review: Wild cards, but notable Android entry
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Amazon's Fire Phone ships July 25 and the device is a solid first effort that carries two signature innovations ? Dynamic Perspective and Firefly ? and is a worthy real-world contender in the Android mix. firephonetilt (Image: Amazon). When I received that ...
Amazon Fire Phone Review: Full of Gimmicks, Lacking BasicsWall Street Journal
Review: Amazon Fire offers new ways to use phonesWashington Post
Amazon Fire: The Phone That Makes You a StarMashable
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Polarized light helps not-so-blind bats find their way at dusk - Los Angeles ...

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Polarized light helps not-so-blind bats find their way at dusk
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The greater mouse-eared bat, Myotis myotis, was examined in the German study. (Stefan Greif / Max Planck Institute for Ornithology). By Deborah Netburn contact the reporter · Scientific Research. Blind as a bat? Well, the same flying mammal can sense ...
Bats are first mammals known to navigate using polarized lightScience Recorder
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Bats, not so blind after all, use polarized light to orient themselvesChristian Science Monitor
Design & Trend -Nature World News -ValueWalk
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Obama meets Apollo 11 crew to mark moon landing's 45th anniversary - Los Ange...

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Obama meets Apollo 11 crew to mark moon landing's 45th anniversary
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President Obama meets in the Oval Office with Michael Collins, left, and Buzz Aldrin, the surviving members of the Apollo 11 mission. President Obama meets in the Oval Office with Michael Collins, left, and Buzz Aldrin, the surviving members of the Apollo 11 ...
Most transparent administration ever closes Apollo 11 anniversary event to pressHot Air
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Obama Meets with Apollo 11 Crew 45 Years After Lunar LandingWTMA
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Faced with stiff competition, Facebook just can't satisfy ? report - Register

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Faced with stiff competition, Facebook just can't satisfy ? report
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The latest data on social networks from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) shows Facebook is about the least popular social network ? but that doesn't seem to stop people using the site. "Even with improvements across the board, ...
Larry Magid: Survey Shows Lack Of Satisfaction For Users Of Common Social ...CBS Local
Users unhappy with social media: reportChristian Science Monitor
Users Love Pinterest, Ready to Unfriend FacebookPC Magazine
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Do airplanes evolve like birds? - Christian Science Monitor

Do airplanes evolve like birds?
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The development of aircraft over the past century has followed the same patterns as the evolution of flying birds, says an engineer who seeks to apply the laws of physics to evolution. By Brian Owens, Inside Science News Service July 22, 2014. close.
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Familiar Ignition Flaw Leads to Recall by Chrysler of Jeep SUVs - New York Times

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Familiar Ignition Flaw Leads to Recall by Chrysler of Jeep SUVs
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Chrysler said on Tuesday that it was recalling an undisclosed number of older Jeep S.U.V.s to correct an ignition-related stalling problem similar to the deadly flaw that has consumed General Motors this year. The recall could potentially cover 792,300 Jeep ...
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EU Prepares to Step Up Google Investigations - Wall Street Journal

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EU Prepares to Step Up Google Investigations
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The European Commission is likely to revise some terms of the proposed settlement with Google that were announced in February. Bloomberg News. BRUSSELS?European Union antitrust regulators are preparing to step up their investigations into Google ...
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EU ups antitrust pressure on Google; cites NSA scandal, Android domination as ...ZDNet
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Apple Faces Class-Action Suit for Unpaid Wages
A California court gave class-action status to a lawsuit by former Apple employees who claim they were denied breaks and are owed back wages.







Apple Just Sold How Many iPhones?
Apple's growth prospects are looking brighter as anticipation builds for the upcoming release of the next iPhone.







MagicJack Inventor Dan Borislow Dies at 52
Dan Borislow, the inventor of magicJack and a pioneer in developing phone calls over the Internet, died Monday of a heart attack.

Samsung Unveils Price for 105-inch TV: $120,000
Nobody said being an early-adopter was cheap. Samsung finally gives its 105-inch, curved 4K TV a price tag.







Google Offers $1 Million for Smaller Power Inverter
Google and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers are sponsoring a contest to build a much smaller power inverter.







'Simpsons World' to Put Every Episode Online
Embiggen your 'Simpsons' knowledge with a new streaming service that will make every single episode available online or through an app.

Summer Programs Aim to Hack Tech's Diversity Problem
Across the country, summer programs are aimed at addressing what companies call a ?pipeline problem? in science, technology, and math.







China Will Crack Down on Pornography in Mobile Apps
The ruling Communist Party has since last year intensified a campaign against what it calls 'rumors' and 'pornography' online due to their harmful effect.







China Says to Crack Down on Pornography in Mobile Apps
The ruling Communist Party has since last year intensified a campaign against what it calls 'rumors' and 'pornography' online due to their harmful effect.







Beware of These 4 Common and Dangerous Cyberattacks
From Heartbleed to Cryptolocker, the headlines are increasingly full of news about scary new threats that target the average Internet user.

Aereo Generated Lots of Controversy, Not Many Users
Aereo generated lots of attention from the media world in the run-up to its Supreme Court case this spring. Consumers may have been less interested.







Yahoo Buys Mobile Analytics Firm Flurry
Yahoo is buying Flurry, a startup that helps other programmers build better mobile apps and craft marketing campaigns for smartphones and tablets.







Hillary Clinton Hits Facebook and Twitter for Q&As
The former Secretary of State took to social media to answer questions about her new book (and avoid talking about a 2016 presidential run).







Camera-Studded Dome Tracks Your Every Move
Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a dome with 480 cameras on the interior that tracks movement inside with incredible precision.







'No Boundaries': Live Concerts Experiment With Wearable Tech
Music shows are seeing significant new commercial and experiential trends driven by tech, with more on the horizon.








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