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  1. Skype to Cease Windows Phone 7 Development
  2. BlackBerry warns of big loss, 4,500 job cuts; shares dive
  3. Groupon fails to end lawsuit alleging fraud linked to IPO
  4. AT&T explores potential sale of wireless towers
  5. BlackBerry warns of big loss, 4,500 job cuts; shares dive
  6. BlackBerry to Cut 40% of Work Force After Big Loss
  7. Bits Blog: Oracle’s Next Cloud Moves
  8. Bits Blog: Tips for Making the Change to iOS 7
  9. China's Huawei to add 5,500 jobs in Europe in five years: paper
  10. Deutsche Telekom to pick Scout24 buyer from four bidders: magazine
  11. Siemens chairman to quit Axel Springer board: magazine
  12. Ad tech provider Rocket Fuel shares nearly double in debut
  13. FireEye's debut signals red hot interest in cybersecurity
  14. Intimacy on the Web, With a Crowd
  15. Bits Blog: Users Sue LinkedIn Over Harvesting of E-Mail Addresses
  16. Bits: Life as Instant Replay, Over and Over Again
  17. Strategies: With a Tweet, Twitter Starts a Debate
  18. Step Away From the Phone!
  19. BlackBerry Puts BBM Rollout On Hold
  20. Disruptions: Gawker Wants to Encourage More Voices Online, but With Less Yelling
  21. Military Lags in Push for Robotic Ground Vehicles
  22. Infineon sees 2013 profit beating target by a fifth: report
  23. Samsung's Cheil sells fashion unit to focus on electronics
  24. nightwear from australia
  25. Touch ID and the future of mobile commerce
  26. BlackBerry move away from consumers unlikely to stem decline
  27. German group claims to have hacked Apple iPhone fingerprint scanner
  28. Tonara's iPad App helps musicians rehearse, perform
  29. Apple sells 9 million 5s, 5c iPhones in first three days
  30. Break-up may be the only way out for BlackBerry - analysts
  31. Tesco eyes slice of tablet market with 'Hudl'
  32. Equity Firm Looks to Take BlackBerry Private
  33. C Spire to Launch New iPhones October 1
  34. Sprint to Sell Samsung Galaxy Note 3 on October 4
  35. LG Intros Vu 3
  36. Fairfax sets floor for BlackBerry with $4.7 billion offer
  37. Microsoft revamps Surface tablets to challenge Apple
  38. Apps find sitters, overnight lodging for furry friends
  39. U.S. judge boosts Google 'fair use' defense of digital books
  40. Linux distributor Red Hat's billings growth disappoints
  41. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 II
  42. For 2nd Generation of Surface, Tweaks From Microsoft
  43. Bits Blog: Apple Sells Nine Million New iPhones
  44. Cutting Through the Cloud
  45. Give Yourself 5 Stars? Online, It Might Cost You
  46. Law Opens Financing of Start-Ups to Crowds
  47. Motorola Details Moto X Update, Including Camera Fixes
  48. HTC Found Guilty of Nokia Patent Infringement
  49. Review: Apple iPhone 5s
  50. U.S. judge boosts Google 'fair use' defense of digital books
  51. Facebook, other banned sites to be open in China free trade zone: report
  52. Fairfax consortium bids $4.7 billion to take BlackBerry private
  53. Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron to merge
  54. Case troubles hinder HTC phone sales, darken Q3 outlook: sources
  55. Samsung Announces Isocell Camera Tech
  56. Apple updates iMac with Intel processors
  57. BlackBerry? Like, so not cool, say young users
  58. Android Gains Remote Locking
  59. AT&T Prepping LTE-Broadcast Network for Video
  60. Judge rejects proposed member of LightSquared auction committee
  61. Fairfax's BlackBerry deal seeks to forgo Canada takeover review
  62. Twitter leaning toward NYSE for IPO: source
  63. Analysis: By going private, Blackberry may buy time to fix itself
  64. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison skips keynote for America's Cup races
  65. Bits Blog: The Human Behind a Favorite Spambot, Horse_eBooks
  66. Victims Push Laws to End Online Revenge Posts
  67. Bits Blog: Elance Pairs Hunt for Temp Work With Cloud Computing
  68. DealBook: Applied Materials to Merge With Tokyo Electron
  69. Coveted Restaurant Reservations Without the Groveling
  70. Telefonica tightens hold on Telecom Italia, avoids takeover bid
  71. RealNetworks aims for comeback with new video software
  72. Samsung Electronics to launch smartphone with curved display in October
  73. BlackBuried: Indonesia failings offer lessons for Apple, Samsung
  74. Facebook and Twitter too late for China's Internet
  75. Amazon unveils new tablets with live video helpdesk
  76. Samsung dazzles phablet followers with more girth, size
  77. Tokyo Electron takeover could be a mold-breaker for Japan
  78. Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS
  79. Pantech Chairman to Step Down, Company Plans Furloughs
  80. Samsung Targeting Businesses with Solutions Exchange
  81. Twitter Pushing Recommended Tweets to Mobile Users
  82. T-Mobile Intros the Alcatel Fierce and Evolve
  83. How to Strip Ads from your Facebook Newsfeed
  84. Fairfax seeks $1 billion equity for BlackBerry deal: Globe
  85. Twitter introduces an alert system for emergencies, disasters
  86. Exclusive: Nokia weighs Alcatel tie-up after Microsoft deal - sources
  87. 'Left Behind' video game creator faces U.S. SEC fraud charges
  88. T-Mobile to Drop BlackBerry Smartphones from Stores
  89. Google Pushing Out Refreshed Gmail to Android Phones
  90. Twitter Debuts Emergency Alerts of Its Own
  91. Review: Apple iPhone 5c
  92. Consumer Cellular Launches Huawei Vision
  93. Fairfax's Watsa confident BlackBerry bid will succeed
  94. Twitter to broadcast NFL video clips as part of new ad program
  95. Panic button-equipped Amazon Kindles join gadget battle
  96. Researchers Build a Working Carbon Nanotube Computer
  97. Bits Blog: On YouTube, ‘Lyrics Videos’ Mark a New Genre
  98. DealBook: Alibaba Is Said to Move Toward an I.P.O. in the U.S.
  99. Deal Professor: Lax Rules Give U.S. Upper Hand in Tussle Over Alibaba I.P.O.
  100. State of the Art: A Whole New Idea: Half a Camera
  101. Data brokers D&B, LexisNexis, Altegrity report cyber attacks
  102. Fairfax's Watsa confident BlackBerry bid will succeed
  103. Bits Blog: Amazon Updates Kindle Fire Line
  104. Bits Blog: Internet Pioneer RealNetworks Seeks Revival
  105. EBay to bolster PayPal business with $800 million acquisition
  106. ZTE Updates Warp for Boost Mobile with LTE
  107. MobileBench Consortium Formed to Improve Phone Testing
  108. Panasonic to Exit Smartphone Business
  109. Alibaba defends corporate structure, blasts Hong Kong exchange
  110. Google introduces new 'Hummingbird' search algorithm
  111. Sprint will 'wait and see' on BlackBerry strategy: CFO
  112. Electronic Arts says no 'NCAA Football' game next year
  113. Facebook to Allow Post Editing from Mobile Apps
  114. Google to Add Push Notifications to iOS Search App
  115. FCC Wants It to Be Easier to Put Up Cell Towers
  116. Apple Makes iOS 7.0.2 Available with Lock Screen Fix
  117. First Impressions Review: Using the Canon PowerShot G16
  118. Bits Blog: Developing Countries Surge in Mobile Broadband, U.N. Finds
  119. Bits Blog: EBay Buys Braintree, a Payments Start-Up
  120. E.A. Sports Won’t Make College Football Game in 2014
  121. Tech Giants Fear Spread of Patent Wars to Europe
  122. BlackBerry Cancels Call to Discuss Its Results
  123. How Jack Ma can keep a tight grip on Alibaba after an IPO
  124. BlackBerry's Heins, Fairfax's Watsa and the $55 million handshake
  125. Google looks for talent in BlackBerry's backyard
  126. U.S. to consider relaxing rules on using electronics in flight
  127. Ballmer goes out punching at last Microsoft employee meeting
  128. Softbank CEO Son says 'very supportive' of Alibaba's partnership
  129. Yahoo backs Alibaba's management as IPO debate goes on
  130. EA settles NCAA student-athlete cases, no game next year
  131. Bits Blog: Google Alters Search to Handle More Complex Queries
  132. Senators Push to Preserve N.S.A. Phone Surveillance
  133. Top shareholders back Alibaba's controversial corporate structure
  134. BlackBerry reports deep loss, revenue drop, as warned
  135. Virgin Mobile to Sell iPhone 5s and 5c October 1
  136. HTC's Beats Tie-Up Didn't Pump Up the Volume
  137. Dell benefits from hot U.S. leveraged loan market
  138. Martha Stewart to Apple: come fix my iPad now
  139. Dish Angling for LightSquared's Spectrum
  140. BlackBerry’s Future in Doubt, Keyboard Lovers Bemoan Their Own
  141. F.T.C. Votes for Inquiry Into Patent Businesses
  142. DealBook: Beats Gets Infusion of Capital From Carlyle Group
  143. Alibaba Chastises Hong Kong Exchange
  144. Samsung addresses EU concerns in antitrust probe
  145. Facebook to show users less unwanted ads in newsfeed
  146. eBay must face Justice Department suit over recruiting: ruling
  147. Telecom Italia chief Bernabe considering resigning: source
  148. Thanks to the Digital Revolution, a Conservative Uprising Can Rally Its Troops
  149. Cultural Studies: Technology and the College Generation
  150. Noted: Photo Booths, The Party’s Hot Spot
  151. When BlackBerry Reigned (the Queen Got One!), and How It Fell
  152. N.S.A. Gathers Data on Social Connections of U.S. Citizens
  153. Prototype: Helping Bands Play to the Crowd, Long Before the Show
  154. Grooming the Champions of the Keyboard
  155. Etisalat talks to buy Vivendi's Maroc Tel stake extended to October 31
  156. Datapoints: Why Verizon Wanted It All
  157. Siemens cuts 15,000 jobs in six billion euro savings drive
  158. Sony's PS4 tops Xbox One as gamers' holiday choice: Reuters/Ipsos poll
  159. Bangladesh network launches 3G services
  160. UK seeks full cyber warfare capability, experts
  161. Disruptions: Guided by Touch Screens, Blind Turn to Smartphones for Sight
  162. Twitter to make IPO filing public this week: Quartz
  163. Mobile gaming firm sets sights on U.S. IPO: source
  164. Renesas gets $1.5 billion bailout from government, customers
  165. Shrinking List of Video Games Is Dominated by Blockbusters
  166. Grand Theft Auto Franchise Playfully Flicks Mud at Its Birthplace: Scotland
  167. DealBook: British Game Maker Behind Candy Crush Seeking I.P.O. in U.S.
  168. Intel and Sony Ambitions for Internet TV Services Meet Skepticism
  169. Google pays $55 million tax in Britain on 2012 sales of $5.5 billion
  170. Nokia says wins favorable ruling from Indian court on assets freeze
  171. Siemens' new CEO riles labor reps with news of job cuts
  172. TracFone Comes Straight on StraightTalk Throttling
  173. AT&T to Sell Galaxy Note 3 October 4 for $299
  174. MetroPCS Selling LG Optimus F6 for $199
  175. BlackBerry Selling Unlocked Z10, Q10 to U.S. Customers
  176. New app uses augmented reality to show internship opportunities
  177. Nokia's cheap smartphones drive Windows in Europe -research
  178. Entel to invest $400 million to roll out 4G services in Peru: government
  179. Sprint investors need patience, possibly up to two years - SoftBank founder
  180. U.S. considers expanding tablet, e-reader use on flights
  181. Cisco CEO John Chambers' salary almost doubled
  182. F.A.A. Panel Would Ease Policy on Electronic Devices Aloft
  183. India in Tax Dispute With Nokia Ahead of Microsoft Deal
  184. Samsung Electronics says not too worried about emerging market currency falls
  185. Amazon to hire more than 70,000 seasonal employees
  186. AT&T seeks to defend Austin, Texas, market with faster Internet
  187. Google offer may end search engine case, says EU antitrust chief
  188. Siemens CEO promises workers an end to restructuring
  189. Japanese suppliers weather electronics storm better than name brands
  190. Apple shares get boost on Icahn dinner with CEO Cook
  191. Analysis: Spanish telecom firms show peril of pinning hopes on 4G
  192. Analysis : Iliad plots new phase in French mobile assault
  193. Chrome for Android Gains New Touch Gestures
  194. Qualcomm Joins the Power Matters Alliance
  195. FreedomPop Intros $99 Smartphone and New Plan
  196. Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for T-Mobile
  197. Facebook expands ad service for app developers
  198. New app being tested to spot California whales so ships can avoid them
  199. Analysis: We're ready for takeoff. Sit back and enjoy your iGizmo
  200. Website development platform files for $100 million IPO
  201. Exclusive: Time for Gates to go, some top Microsoft investors tell board
  202. 'The system is down': Obamacare glitches go public, reasons unclear
  203. HarperCollins Pursues E-Book Subscription Service With Scribd
  204. Twitter sorts out lock-up agreements ahead of releasing IPO plans
  205. News Analysis: E.U. Deal Could Mean a Victory for Google
  206. Bits Blog: A Google Glass Alternative in Japan
  207. Art Collections a Click Away
  208. Exclusive: Microsoft investors push for chairman Gates to step down
  209. Redpoint Ventures hires former Twitter executive Sarver in investment hunt
  210. Honduras awards America Movil, Millicom 4G licenses
  211. SAP launches $650 million fund, highlights corporate venture growth
  212. Sharper display Apple iPad Mini faces delay: sources
  213. Brazil's anti-spying Internet push could backfire, industry says
  214. Siemens seals $3 billion credit facility
  215. Government Shutdown May Delay Phone Approvals
  216. AT&T LTE Arrives in More Markets
  217. Nokia Announces Incremental HERE Map Updates
  218. HTC Retooling Chipset to Avoid ITC Ban
  219. Apple Says iMessage Fix Is On the Way
  220. What the F.A.A. Is Considering on Devices
  221. FBI shuts alleged online drug marketplace Silk Road
  222. U.S. opposes tech companies' request to reveal spying demands
  223. Another Equity Firm Eyeing BlackBerry
  224. Sprint's HTC One to Receive Android 4.3 Today
  225. T-Mobile Offering Note 3, Other Phones for $0 Down
  226. Samsung Now Accepts PayPal for Content Purchases
  227. Bluetooth SIG and A4WP to Unite on Wireless Charging
  228. California outlaws 'revenge porn' in first-of-its-kind legislation
  229. U.S. funds already in position to score on Twitter, Alibaba IPOs
  230. Cisco, Facebook to work with businesses to expand free Wi-Fi use
  231. Bitcoin sinks in value after FBI busts Silk Road drug market
  232. Delayed take-off: China cautious on large aircraft program
  233. Target Launching 'brightspot' Prepaid Service Oct. 6
  234. Bits Blog: Mark Hurd, Oracle’s Master Salesman, Wants Your Business
  235. Bits Blog: Why Big Ag Likes Big Data
  236. N.S.A. Experiment Traced U.S. Cellphone Locations
  237. F.B.I. Seizes Silk Road, an Online Drug Market, and Makes Arrest
  238. Google Accused of Wiretapping in Gmail Scans
  239. Marketplace of vice, 'Silk Road' meets its end
  240. Toshiba wants majority stake in British nuclear consortium: CEO
  241. Britain's William Hill warns on profit after slow third quarter
  242. Tech investor Sequoia takes stake in flight search firm Skyscanner
  243. Samsung Intros HomeSync to Bridge Galaxy Phones and TVs
  244. ZTE Announces Nubia 5, U.S. Grand S Availability
  245. Pakistan province orders halt to Skype over security concerns
  246. Samsung U.S. Loses Mobile Chief
  247. Samsung Galaxy Legend Slips into Verizon's Prepaid Ranks
  248. Facebook Home Adds Content from Flickr, Instagram, More
  249. Review: Motorola X for Sprint
  250. Latest Chrome Beta for Android Turns Sites into Apps