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Carbon nanotubes move closer to competing with silicon

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit: ACS Nano<p>An international team based at Stanford has reached an important milestone in pursuit of faster computing: It …

Apple Continues To Flesh Out iWork Apps After Aggressively Culling Features

Apple has updated its iWork apps for iOS, Mac and iCloud beta with a bunch of improvements and additional sharing options today. There are a bunch of new features but one of the nicer ones is the addition of ‘read-only’ sharing of iWork documents.<p>Today’s update is pretty big, with changes rolling …

Firefox was bleeding users long before boycott

OkCupid wants its users to break up with Firefox.<p>The dating site urged its members on Monday to boycott the web browser because the chief executive …

Samsung: Our 'next big thing' ads drove Apple's marketing chief 'crazy'

Samsung's "Next Big Thing" advertising campaign, which frequently cracked fun at people standing in line outside of Apple stores for product launches, drove Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller crazy. That's according to Samsung, which is in the process of drawing out volumes of internal Apple …

Anonymous Social Apps Aren't Too Gossipy - Or Anonymous - For Advertisers

It’s hardly a secret anymore. Anonymous social apps like Secret and Whisper are among the hottest diversions to come out of Silicon Valley, showcasing streams of short confessions from your contacts list or the near vicinity. Users comment or “love” posts anonymously, and often keep scrolling to …

Google asks Supreme Court to settle Street View privacy lawsuit

Google's Street View privacy woes may be headed all the way to the Supreme Court. After a long legal battle, this week Google asked the country's highest court to dismiss one of the lawsuits against Google Street View. It's still unclear whether the Supreme Court will hear the case, but if it does, …

Google to Launch Improved Android Camera App, Report Says

Android users may soon see a series of new features on their devices' camera app.<p>Google is reportedly working on a major update to Android's camera …

What to expect from Amazon’s TV streaming device

Advertisement<p>7 Comments<p>Credit: littleny / Shutterstock<p>Amazon (S AMZN) is set to announce its Roku and Apple (S AAPL) TV competitor at a press event …

How Amazon Could Stand Out With A Set-Top Box

It’s less than 24 hours before Amazon holds an event about its “video business” in New York. While rumors of a free video streaming service have recently surfaced, most expect the thrust of the announcement to be centered on a TV set-top box.<p>It’s a brave new world for Amazon. The company has …

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Now Among Billionaire CEOs Earning $1 Salary

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now the company’s lowest-paid employee, according to its latest proxy filing. Zuckerberg — worth $27.8 billion mostly in Facebook stock — requested an annual wage of $1 in 2013, joining the ranks of a handful of other very wealthy CEOs who take a …

New Xbox One TV controls rolling out

Microsoft releases more TV features to select Xbox Live members, Sony invents a pricey replacement for a legal pad, and LG sees a bright future in an OLED lamp.

Televisions

Larger screen for new iPhone reportedly begins production next month

Display for second larger iPhone reportedly delayed<p>Apple's parts suppliers are expected to begin mass producing displays for a larger iPhone as early as next month in preparation for a fall launch, reports Reuters. Multiple news outlets have previously reported that Apple is planning to launch two …

OpenSignal’s crowdsourced testing ranks T-Mobile’s LTE the fastest in the U.S.

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Shutterstock / Kittisak<p>At CES earlier this year, T-Mobile CEO John Legere made the claim that T-Mobile’s(s tmus) LTE …

Netflix’s Net-Neutrality Plea Gets Rejected by the FCC

The Fed­er­al Com­mu­nic­a­tions Com­mis­sion has no plans to ex­pand its net-neut­ral­ity rules to en­sure that ser­vices like Net­flix can con­nect …

Samsung leans on Google to defend against Apple in court battle

It's not Apple versus Google on the name of this lawsuit, but don't tell Samsung that. As Apple and Samsung duke it out in a California court yet again, Samsung opened up its case against the iPhone-maker by saying it was indirectly going after Google by targeting Samsung, all in search of profits. …

Introducing Flipboard's First Foray into Video Games

Introducing Flipboard’s First Foray into Video Games<p>Inside Flipboard / April 1, 2014<p>In 2010, humans spent 3 billion hours a week playing video …