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Samsung: “Our next smartphones will have 64-bit processing functionality”

In a move that probably surprises no one, Samsung’s mobile business chief Shin Jong-kyun revealed that the company is working on a 64-bit smartphone. …

This Google Glass baseball app brings real-time game info directly to your face

Google Glass might be the best thing to happen to baseball since Mariano Rivera.<p>Via an app called Blue, Glass can now give baseball fans real-time info as they watch games. The app, which has already been tested on an actual Glass unit during a Giants game at AT&T Park in San Francisco, offers …

RIP, social media managers—tweeting is everyone’s job now

Social media managers, it could be time to find a new title. Many employers are honing in on other terms—but don’t worry, your skills are still valuable.<p>Overall, jobs with social media in the title grew by 50% over the last year, a much slower rate than in the recent past. Meanwhile, jobs that …

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Is sapphire Apple's next product material?

Sapphire has found its way to the iPhone 5S via Apple's Touch ID technology, but a recent patent filing indicates the company might bring the stone to more devices.<p>The US Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday published an Apple patent application describing a method by which sapphire could be …

Michael Dell, Silver Lake win $25 billion buyout

Michael Dell, alongside his fellow investor Silver Lake Partners, has secured the required votes on Thursday to go private with the company he co-founded.<p>Dell's shareholders cast their ballots this morning on whether they should sell off their shares to Michael Dell and watch the computer maker go …

Samsung Tizen-based TVs could hit market in 2014, CEO says

Samsung's Tizen operating system may debut in TVs as soon as next year, one of the company's CEOs said in an interview with a German publication.<p>The Korean electronics company has been working on Tizen, an open-source software, as an alternative to Android. Tizen gives the company more control over …