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Groupon Doubles Down On Its DIY Deal Builder, Racks Up 25k Offers

Groupon — on a mission to expand its business beyond the daily deal and into more local commerce (a mission to be partly fuelled by Apple Pay) — is also making efforts to ensure that the inventory of offers that it <i>does</i> have continues to grow. As part of that, Groupon is updating its Deal Builder, a …

AT&T Will Give You HBO Go Without A Huge Cable Package, But There's A Catch

Too many people are getting by without paying for TV -- cobbling together their entertainment on phones, computers and TVs by using a mix of Netflix, Hulu, iTunes and Google.<p>Pay TV providers are finally realizing they have a problem on their hands. So they've begun offering enticing options to get …

T-Mobile picks Ericsson to build its new tricked-out LTE network

Considering Ericsson built a good deal of T-Mobile’s first LTE network, it should come as no surprise that T-Mobile US has tapped the Swedish network …

Wink's "Relay" Wants to Unify All the Products in Your Smart Home

It's an entire smart home on your wall.<p>Smart-home startup Wink has announced the Relay, a mountable touchscreen that provides a centralized control …

Bionym Inks $14M To Get Password-Replacing Wearable, Nymi Out The Door

What if you didn’t have to bother typing in your password, use keys or even pull out a credit card ever again?<p>Future-forward Canadian startup Bionym is working on it. The company just announced a $14 million Series A led by Ignition Partners and Relay Ventures who are banking on Bionym’s wearable, …

Malaysian 777 Search Missed Most Likely Crash Site 'Hotspot' Says Inmarsat

Inmarsat, the U.K. satellite company that received a series of inflight electronic “handshakes” from the missing Malaysian Boeing 777-200, now says the southern Indian Ocean search has yet to hit what it terms the most likely crash site “hotspot.”<p>In an interview with BBC Television, Inmarsat …