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  1. Updated Hyundai app brings remote control to your Blue Link fleet
  2. Nokia’s new 110 and 112 dual-SIM phones are cheap and chatty
  3. Intel launches new Ivy Bridge Xeons, targets microservers
  4. Good morning Sam
  5. iPhone waltzes into top spot of US phone satisfaction index, small carriers trump the
  6. FACEBOOK IPO LIVE: The social network goes public
  7. UK surveillance could yield window into lives
  8. Facebook stock jumps in public debut
  9. Sprint Debuts Service for Customers with Speech Disabilities
  10. Verizon Accuses MetroPCS of Abusing Regulatory Process
  11. Microsoft Offers Gentle Reminder About WP7.5 Upgrade
  12. ZTE Says Security Patch for Score In the Works
  13. Facebook falls flat in public debut
  14. Engineer: Star Trek’s Enterprise ship could be built in 20 years at a cost of $1 tril
  15. Facebook stock surges as company opens for public trading, up 10% in the first minute
  16. ITC Rules Motorola Infringes on Microsoft Patent, Bans Imports
  17. Motorola Says When Some Devices Getting Android 4.0
  18. Facebook stock closes nearly flat in debut
  19. Sudden wealth part of Silicon Valley's everyday
  20. A 112-megapixel consumer camera concept needs your social love
  21. What the Friday: Watch this man open a bottle of beer… with a chainsaw
  22. LG shows off UI 3.0 for Ice Cream Sandwich devices, says it’s ‘unobtrusive and simple
  23. No pants
  24. Porsche 918 Spyder prototype returns to the road with polished black and white shell
  25. Google’s latest Gmail tweaks bring contact info to search results, enhanced Circle in
  26. Netflix web streaming interface gets a new look with bigger icons, embedded previews
  27. NVIDIA outs a pair of Tesla GPUs to electrify your supercomputer
  28. Kiss Aero goodbye: Latest Windows 8 build reveals minimalistic desktop UI
  29. Flickr launches prettified ‘liquid’ layout, brings high-resolution eye candy to the f
  30. Need a software
  31. WSJ: Apple moving towards larger iPhone screens
  32. Facebook stock finishes flat in debut
  33. China Clears Google's Motorola Acquisition
  34. Google gets China OK for Motorola deal
  35. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg weds on day after IPO
  36. Day after historic IPO, Facebook's Zuckerberg weds
  37. Pakistan blocks Twitter over contentious material
  38. Pakistan blocks Twitter over contentious tweets
  39. Yahoo to sell half of its Alibaba stake for $7.1B
  40. The meaningful life with callaway diablo edge
  41. Some lessons for taylormade r9 driver
  42. The ping k15 driver will attract you with confidence
  43. Intel to support cheap Ultrabooks with low-cost Celerons
  44. I’m screwed
  45. Facebook faces $15 billion Class-Action suit over privacy
  46. Researchers develop silicon ReRAM chip, send warning shot to Flash memory
  47. Samsung chief: we’re open to a cross-licensing deal with Apple, but 4G chip shortage
  48. Samsung unveils Galaxy Note Olympic Edition in UK sporting the Union Jack
  49. iTree docking station uses an entire tree-trunk to play your iTunes out loud!
  50. Powerbreather Sealed Snorkel makes your time underwater worthwhile
  51. Where are Facebook's friends? Stock down after IPO
  52. Virgin's payLo Drops Unlimited Voice & Text Plan Down to $40
  53. Motorola and Google Expect to Close Sale on Wednesday
  54. Apple and Samsung Meet to Talk Patents Today
  55. Voyager Mobile Gets Off the Ground a Few Days Late
  56. HTC Says Some Handsets Have Cleared the ITC Exam
  57. Web series touts funky concept snowboards
  58. Abandoned subway station turned into epic marketing stunt for Prometheus
  59. Microsoft launches So.cl, a new social network for people who don’t know any better
  60. Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm F2.8 ASPH Power OIS
  61. Pentax K-30
  62. Sprint to Deliver First Wave of EVO 4G LTEs May 24
  63. Verizon to Enable Overseas Roaming on LTE Smartphones
  64. Kodak Gets Half a Win in Apple/RIM Patent Case
  65. T-Mobile and MetroPCS Ask FCC to Clamp Down On Dish
  66. Yahoo's $7.1B deal with Alibaba offers ray of hope
  67. Apple being offered free rent just to open up stores
  68. This exoplanet could be slowly evaporating until there’s nothing left
  69. Cartoon studio faces state clout, global stars
  70. Hundreds of Harry Potter fans abandon pet owls after series ends
  71. Aereo gets unfair competition claim dismissed, still faces two claims of copyright in
  72. ASUS and MSI launch Thunderbolt motherboards, tie for first place
  73. Imagination is all you need
  74. Panasonic launches 12-35mm Micro Four Thirds lens with constant f/2.8 aperture
  75. ITC says again that Apple and RIM don’t violate Kodak patent
  76. Star Wars water color paintings
  77. SM-T300 portable printer for mobile devices makes printing bills and receipts easier
  78. Motorola unveils promising new platform for Internet-TVs, the DreamGallery
  79. ElliptiGo Bikes combine elliptical trainers and bicycles for a fun workout outdoors
  80. gTar, the digital guitar for geeks uses an iPhone for a brain!
  81. Pentax officially announces dust, rain and temperature resistant K-30 camera
  82. Verizon's Viewdini Is a New Video Search Portal
  83. U.S. Cellular Offering Curated App Selections from Amazon
  84. Google Officially Closes Motorola Acquisition
  85. Sprint Sunsetting 5GB Mobile Hotspot Plan, Intros New Ones
  86. Amazon Lets Android Users Test-Drive Apps On Their Phone
  87. Google completes Motorola Mobility acquisition
  88. Where are Facebook's friends? Stock slide deepens
  89. Facebook crashing and burning? Stock down over 16% since Friday
  90. Sony’s Music Unlimited service will get its own iOS app on May 25
  91. SAP to buy Ariba for $4.5B, extending cloud push
  92. Google completes Motorola deal, heralding new era
  93. Facebook working on redesign of unpopular “Timeline” feature
  94. Award-winning Chevy Volt commercial proves electric hybrids will keep you safe from z
  95. HTC's Android 4.0 Timeline Filled In with More Dates
  96. OmniVision Intros 16-Megapixel Camera Sensor
  97. FCC Head Open to Licensing Government Spectrum
  98. Why Facebook still doesn't look cheap
  99. Facebook looks to settle 'sponsored story' suit
  100. Windows Phone Marketplace Now Requires Mango
  101. Regulators probe bank's role in Facebook IPO
  102. New York City airports install new, expensive holograms to help you find your way
  103. Robotic fish may soon scan for pollution off the coast of Spain
  104. Google’s self-driving cars will return to roots, tour California
  105. Purported fifth-gen iPod touch panel slips out, shows a tall 4.1-inch screen that’s p
  106. Will it die?
  107. DICE to require 64-bit OS for some 2013 games, that Windows ME box in the den isn’t c
  108. MewTwo has a good side too!
  109. American Express and Zynga Games tie up; jointly launch prepaid debit card
  110. Microsoft unveils Limited Edition Arc Touch Mouse to commemorate 30 Years of Hardware
  111. High-tech bus stations being tested in Paris sport touch-screens and free WiFi
  112. Modern Warfare 3 Collection 2 pack unveiled with additional maps and missions
  113. Video: Samsung Premium Smart Monitor 970 bring real colors to life, a designer's drea
  114. Use your old floppy disks to make cool Star Wars toys
  115. Chinavasion CVNX-E207 LED projector
  116. Asus Transformer Pad Infinity touches FCC ground
  117. Esoteric New Master Clock Generator G-01 costs a million and a half Yen!
  118. Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  119. Japanese video game author wins Spanish prize
  120. Assurance Wireless Adds Text Plans
  121. Google Redesigns Search for iPhone
  122. Apple and Samsung Fail to Mediate Patent Issues
  123. Review: Samsung Focus 2 for AT&T
  124. AT&T's GoPhone Lands Samsung Appeal with Android
  125. Jury: Google didn't infringe on Oracle patents
  126. Facebook stock climbs after rocky start
  127. MIT and Harvard in battle to create life-changing product: Non-stick ketchup bottles
  128. Amazon offering more than 2,000 titles for the first time on DVD
  129. Incredibly wealthy Silicon Valley exec arrested for complicated high-tech Lego theft
  130. HP to cut 27,000 jobs to save up to $3.5B annually
  131. Google Cleared of Violations in Oracle Patent Case
  132. Dell Latitude 6430u: an Ultrabook tailored for suit-and-tie types
  133. Google glasses gets raft of new patents, sniffs lawsuits coming from miles away
  134. Best Story Ever
  135. Sidecar comes out of beta, reinvents phone calls
  136. Yahoo seeks to shake up search, Web browsing
  137. In the future, your skin could solve your heart problem
  138. HP's missteps culminate in loss of 27,000 jobs
  139. Robotic espresso machine turns your foam into text art
  140. GameFly launching Android Appstore, becomes publisher
  141. Stop piracy!
  142. Apple says DoJ’s eBook antitrust case fundamentally flawed
  143. Xbox 360 could be banned for Motorola patent infringement
  144. Rumor: Full Office Suite coming to iPad and Android tablets
  145. gTar gives your digital strumming much needed practice
  146. Compact Computer Desk with Speakers saves space, geeks your home up
  147. Angry Birds Friends comes to Facebook with power-ups, sharing
  148. Apple devices to receive TiVo streams
  149. Facebook shares stabilizing, but probes mount
  150. Google Play Store Adds In-App Subscription Support
  151. Facebook Intros Dedicated Camera App for iPhone
  152. FCC Outs Another Huawei-Made MyTouch for T-Mobile
  153. Microsoft Debuts New Facebook App for Windows Phone
  154. Revised Google+ App for Android Now Available
  155. Bethesda Softwaorks carts in life-sized Alduin’s Wall replica at workplace
  156. Textspresso coffee machine prints text messages in espresso foam!
  157. LG’s 55-inch OLED display measures in at just 4mm “thick”
  158. Tivoli unveils Model One BT and PAL BT radios with Bluetooth connectivity
  159. Facebook launches iPhone camera app
  160. Say cheese! NASA Mars rover photographs own shadow
  161. New York Senate bill seeks to end anonymous internet posting
  162. Police chief sent 10 officers on an overtime hunt for his son’s stolen iPhone
  163. Summary Box: Google opens window on online piracy
  164. Morgan Stanley may refund some Facebook investors
  165. Twitter users rally for suddenly unemployed game industry workers
  166. Mayor of West New York arrested for hacking a website calling for his recall
  167. PayPal Broadens Scope and Availability of Mobile Payments
  168. Verizon Touts Interest In Its 700MHz Spectrum to FCC
  169. New Google data show Microsoft's piracy problems
  170. PSA: Windows Phone Marketplace now requires Windows Phone 7.5
  171. RAMPAGE 6 notepad runs Android 2.3 in a rugged package
  172. Rock art
  173. Northeastern University students develop eye controlled robotic arm that’s happy to f
  174. Tivoli Radio Silenz uses wooden housing to cancel noise
  175. JVC Kenwood HA-S200 headphones pioneers flip-up design
  176. Nvidia Icera 410 chipset arrives with 4G LTE
  177. Germany to receive HTC One XL by early June
  178. The Avengers revisit us as flash drives
  179. Wooden Lightbulb goes beyond aesthetic expectations
  180. BBM staying exclusive to BlackBerry, says WSJ source
  181. Sony Scraps Android 4.0 for Xperia Play Due to Gaming Issues
  182. Apple CEO Cook gives up $75M in stock dividends
  183. Alibaba.com $2.5B privatization bid approved
  184. SpaceX becomes the first private company to dock with the International Space Station
  185. FCC Greenlights LTE Use in 800MHz Band
  186. Big Brother is Watching: FBI forms a new internet-surveillance unit
  187. Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f1.8
  188. Is this the world’s most epic marriage proposal?
  189. What the Friday: Good luck eating this 18,239-pound chocolate Mayan pyramid
  190. Samsung spills Galaxy Note’s ICS guts, releases kernel source code to devs
  191. Female and male dictionary
  192. Fujifilm M-Mount Adapter brings Leica lenses to the X-Pro1
  193. ViewSonic teases 22-inch Android ICS ‘tablet,’ promises more at Computex
  194. Apple introduces ‘free app of the week,’ kicks things off with Cut the Rope: Experime
  195. Dive right in with this summer’s hottest grilling gadgets
  196. Disney zombies
  197. RIM patent application puts pressure on sensitive touchscreens for a possible unlock
  198. HTC One X for AT&T gets unofficial bootloader unlock
  199. Google adds copyright takedowns to Transparency Reports, 1.2 million a month and grow
  200. When I go to the gym
  201. Audi packs R18 LeMans Race cars with AMOLED rear-view “mirrors”
  202. Japanese-made highly versatile Qumarion mannequin makes animation a lot easier
  203. Facebook unveils Camera for iOS users
  204. Red Bull Racing Team’s Mark Webber unveils Casio’s latest wrist-watch, the EDIFICE EF
  205. Nissan throws veil off futuristic and pleasingly energy-efficient e-NV200 electric va
  206. RIM to Lay Off Another 2,000 Workers in Restructuring Bid
  207. This is the first video shot with Project Glass
  208. Trolling sunburn
  209. Google snags the webOS Enyo team, HP says open source plans are still on schedule
  210. Thor meets Pikachu
  211. Nokia Alpha, Phi, PurePhi and PureLambda pop up in tests, bring Windows Phone 8 along
  212. PayPal lines up 15 retailers for mobile payments, will let you buy Jamba Juice smooth
  213. BMW reveals stunning Zagato Coupe at Villa d’Este
  214. Batman Edition Nokia Lumia 900 rumoured to hit store shelves in Europe soon
  215. 70% iPhones in the world reported to be manufactured in Foxconn’s plant in Zhengzhou,
  216. NHK unveils Ultra Definition shoulder-mounted camera
  217. S.H.E.I.L.D Hellicarrier-shaped concept Blu-ray case holds up to 50 discs
  218. LG unveils the world’s first Full HD 5-inch smartphone display
  219. Mario Kart Asia style
  220. New telescope to be in South Africa, Australia
  221. LG Shows Off 5-Inch 1080p Full HD Mobile Display
  222. RIM loses another senior executive
  223. Mark Zuckerberg makes surprise cameo on Chinese TV
  224. Shower
  225. Lenovo ThinkPad Edge S430 readies to enter Euro market, gets priced at €809 on German
  226. I’ve got you under my skin: Huawei to cover Android in new Emotion UI
  227. Huawei files EU antitrust complaint against InterDigital
  228. Mystery LG LE970 claims next-gen Adreno graphics, can’t quite prove it
  229. Tool-wielding robots crawl in bodies for surgery
  230. Samsung begins Europe sales of latest smartphone
  231. Facebook's stock falls below $30 for first time
  232. Kaspersky: Apple not serious enough about iOS security
  233. Epic AOE skill
  234. OG iPad prototype with dual dock connectors hits eBay, teases us with convenience we
  235. Max Payne 3 system requirements updated, new PC screenshots released
  236. OmniVision's Latest CMOS Chip Boasts Low-Light Prowess
  237. Sprint to Kill iDEN Network June 2013, Stop iDEN Phone Sales
  238. Sprint Secures Another $1 Billion in Financing
  239. RIM hires J.P. Morgan, RBC to review business
  240. Iran, other Mideast states hit by computer virus
  241. Nokia to release a Lumia Batphone for the hardcore Batman fan
  242. This little black dress will light up your night and steal the show
  243. RIM warns of operating loss, layoffs to come
  244. PS Vita’s first real shooter plagued with day one connectivity woes
  245. Avoid these words to prevent Homeland Security from spying on your social networks
  246. HTC Says Its Smartphones Have Cleared Customs
  247. Review: Huawei Prism for T-Mobile
  248. RIM Hires Bankers to Explore Options
  249. Google, Samsung unveil new version of Chromebook
  250. Facebook might still be working on its own smartphone