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Apple buys LuxVue for its low-power, micro-LED display tech

Apple may soon tap micro-LEDs for its next generation of devices.<p>Apple tacitly confirmed its purchase of LuxVue, a low-power, micro-LED display maker, in a statement today, following a TechCrunch report about the acquisition.<p>“Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we …

Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel will pay $324M to settle anti-poaching lawsuit

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: 2@NixoR/Pond5<p>More than 60,000 California engineers are poised to collect a windfall after four of Silicon Valley’s …

Your connected home could one day save your life

Consider this scenario: Randall is an elderly man living alone. He's doing pretty well -- until one day he has a mild stroke. In the weeks that follow, he's not as active as usual, getting up later and not leaving the house. Motion detectors, a mattress sensor and a smart door lock in his home …

Home Security and The Internet of Everything | The Network | The Network

Anyone who has suffered a break-in knows just how awful it feels. Even in cases where the damage and financial loss are minimal, the feeling of violation and fear caused by a theft can be overwhelming. The good news is that mobile technology is making home security easier and better than ever …

Managing a mobile workforce: Think data, not just devices

Susie Adams, CTO, Microsoft Federal<p><i>This blog post was cross-posted from Microsoft in Government blog and written by Susie Adams, chief technology</i> …

Government Technology

Is Your Country Ready For The Internet Of Everything?

The World Economic Forum launched the 2014 Global Information Technology Report (GITR) today, and the annual assessment provides insight into two questions: where will see the next evolution of the Internet take hold, and how can we as a society improve on Big Data?<p>The report includes the Networked …

Meet the One, OnePlus' $299 Nexus killer

Rarely do we see a tech startup spending five months actively hyping up an unborn product; and when we do, most of them end up being vaporware. Luckily, that's not the case with OnePlus. Today, the Shenzhen-based company has finally unveiled its first smartphone, the One (not to be confused with …

Apple earnings: $46B in revenue, 43 million iPhones sold

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Flickr/Hakan Dahlstrom<p>Apple had a very good second quarter. The company reported earnings Wednesday that surpassed both …

Zynga founder Mark Pincus is stepping down

Zynga founder Mark Pincus is stepping down from his operational role as chief product officer to focus on serving as chairman of its board of directors, according to a blog post.<p>CEO Don Mattrick thanked Pincus for his service at the San Francisco-based social gaming company since its founding in …

Vevo Releases New iOS App With A Real-Time Feed And Live Vevo TV Streams

Music video distributor Vevo just launched an update to its iOS app today, providing users with a new, regularly updated home page, as well as access to the company’s live, programmed music channels.<p>The new version of the app, which the company showed to some reporters at SXSW, follows a major …

Heartbleed: why did a computer bug have a name and a logo?

David Chartier, CEO of the firm that discovered Heartbleed, explains why it was given a name and a logo<p>The Heartbleed flaw is being fixed more quickly because of the decision to give the bug a memorable name and a cute logo, according to the firm that first identified it.<p>The flaw was caused by a …

Move to 64-bit Android phones accelerating, says ARM

ARM tells CNET that the shift to 64-bit devices is taking place faster than expected. Part of the reason is that even 32-bit code runs faster on ARM's newest 64-bit chips.<p>Phone and tablet makers are rushing to embrace 64-bit designs, surprising even those executives behind the chip platform.<p>Tom …

Mobile

Defiantly plastic: designing the Galaxy S5

"Our major aims were usability, friendliness and a more humanistic design. We wanted something with a pleasing feel ... and better grip. If we used metal, [we felt] the designs felt heavy and cold," explains Senior Product Designer Dong Hun Kim, pointing to why Samsung still plays in polycarbonate. …

Apple loses bid to postpone state AGs' e-book antitrust case

Judge says the antitrust lawsuit filed by state attorneys general has already been delayed two months and should begin on July 14.<p>Apple lost a bid Wednesday to postpone an antitrust lawsuit filed by state attorneys general seeking damages from the tech giant for allegedly conspiring with book …

eBooks

IBM's Watson supercomputer will soon be your personal shopper

Watson had been a doctor, a geneticist, a game show contestant and even a chef in the past. But now IBM's supercomputer has a new career: personal shopping. IBM has partnered with digital commerce firm Fluid to develop a cloud-based app called Expert Personal Shopper (XPS), which uses Watson's …