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  1. StraightTalk and Net10 To Sell iPhone 5s, 5c Dec. 13
  2. AT&T Inks LTE Roaming Deal with Canada's Rogers
  3. Sprint Seeking More Cash
  4. Apple, Google, Microsoft Want Gov Surveillance Curtailed
  5. Twitter shares soar, near all-time high
  6. Qualcomm plans smartphone chips with 64-bit technology
  7. Apps capture life's special memories with digital journals
  8. White Collar Watch: For Bitcoin, Square Peg Meets Round Hole Under the Law
  9. Spies’ Dragnet Reaches a Playing Field of Elves and Trolls
  10. Bits Blog: Xiaomi Plans to Expand Into Southeast Asia
  11. Bits Blog: H.P. Tying More Big-Business Systems Together
  12. Bits Blog: Today’s Scuttlebot: Protesting Google’s Shuttle, and Going Inside Samsung’
  13. Qualcomm Intros 64-Bit Snapdragon 410 with Built-In LTE
  14. Review: Motorola Moto G for AT&T
  15. Google bus blocked in San Francisco gentrification protest
  16. Chinese hackers spied on Europeans before G20 meeting: researcher
  17. Bid deadline for Canada's Mobilicity delayed by a week
  18. Chinese hackers spied on Europeans before G20 meeting: researcher
  19. Tech Giants Issue Call for Limits on Government Surveillance of Users
  20. A Senator Plans Legislation to Narrow Authorities’ Cellphone Data Requests
  21. Telecom Italia board not considering TIM Brasil break-up plan: CEO
  22. India court seeks value of Nokia factory seized in tax dispute
  23. Canonical Finds Phonemaker for Ubuntu Touch OS
  24. AT&T: Device Subsidies Likely to Go Away
  25. Viber Out Makes Cheap VoIP Calls
  26. Sprint Says Chicago-Area Network Improved
  27. Google's Chromecast Gains Access to More Content
  28. China Is Tied to Spying on European Diplomats
  29. Bits Blog: Updated Microsoft Photosynth Makes HDTV Look Low-Resolution
  30. If a Story Is Viral, Truth May Be Taking a Beating
  31. Twitter for Android and iOS Updated with DM Pix
  32. Sprint to Sell New Spark-Compatible Galaxy S4
  33. Sony Z Ultra Gets Google Play Treatment
  34. India court to rule on seized Nokia plant on Thursday
  35. Twitter shares touch new high, sail past $52
  36. China bitcoin arbitrage ends as punters work around capital controls
  37. Alibaba to extend $8 billion loan to end 2014, buying more time for IPO: sources
  38. Google feeds 'net giants India and China from data centers next door
  39. EU court upholds Microsoft, Skype deal, rejects Cisco challenge
  40. New York Asks Cellphone Carriers to Explain Why They Rejected Antitheft Switch
  41. Worker Deaths Raise Questions at an Apple Contractor in China
  42. One on One: Interview With Kevin Kelly, Author of ‘Cool Tools’
  43. Bits Blog: Be Careful With Coin
  44. Asus to Bring PadFone Line to US Next Year
  45. New York Wants to Know Why Carriers Nixed Kill Switch
  46. Microsoft says Xbox One global sales top 2 million units
  47. Analysis: Some Cisco investors urge an exit from set-top box unit
  48. India's Reliance, Bharti Airtel sign broad telecoms deal
  49. Video site Dailymotion working on partnerships in U.S. and Asia
  50. Emulex to cut 10 percent of workforce, close plant
  51. Spotify rolls out free music service to mobile devices
  52. Android Device Manager App Lets One Phone Lock Another
  53. Spotify Offers Free Listening from Mobile Devices
  54. Google Play Books Enables Book Uploads
  55. Yahoo blames ongoing email disruption on tricky hardware problem
  56. Verizon takes hard line on surveillance vote: activists
  57. China's hot messaging app WeChat may be good news for censors
  58. After Setbacks, Online Courses Are Rethought
  59. Bits Blog: Amazon’s Prophet and Losses
  60. Google’s Road Map to Global Domination
  61. Tool Kit: Getting Organized With Evernote
  62. Gmail for Android Updated with Wider Attachment Support
  63. Facebook to join S&P 500
  64. Google executives' planes saved millions in costs due to error - NASA
  65. Some U.S. carriers deny accusation they refused to install 'kill switch' on cellphone
  66. Verizon takes hard line on surveillance vote: activists
  67. Insight: Philips restores profit by rediscovering relevance
  68. Apple scores legal victory over Samsung in South Korea
  69. India court lifts Nokia factory freeze in tax dispute
  70. Apple sends medical experts to Pegatron factory after worker death
  71. Lawsuit accuses IBM of hiding China risks amid NSA spy scandal
  72. Amazon founder Bezos' space company loses challenge over NASA launch pad
  73. Cisco resurgence in China to require time, patience: CEO Chambers
  74. Adobe's Creative Cloud subscriber growth impresses investors
  75. Cisco cuts long-term revenue, earnings targets
  76. Bits Blog: Instagram Introduces Private Messaging
  77. DealBook: Venture Capital Bets Big on Bitcoin
  78. Korean Court Rejects Samsung Lawsuit Against Apple
  79. Indian Court Removes Obstacle to Microsoft-Nokia Merger
  80. DealBook: Facebook to Join S.&P. 500
  81. FCC Says Inflight Calls a Go, But DoT Says No
  82. Carriers Agree to Make Unlocking Phones Easier, Eventually
  83. Google to Show Gmail Users All Images From Now On
  84. Instagram Debuts Private Photo Messaging Service
  85. Alliance for Wireless Power Brands Its Tech 'Rezence'
  86. Lawsuit accuses IBM of hiding China risks amid NSA spy scandal
  87. Twitter users revolt over changes to abusive behavior policy
  88. Microsoft considers Qualcomm executive as CEO candidate: report
  89. Amazon founder Bezos' space company loses challenge over NASA launch pad
  90. U.S. carriers agree to new cellphone 'unlocking' policy
  91. China official says has 'substantial' evidence in Qualcomm antitrust case media
  92. Qualcomm Picks Mollenkopf to Success Jacobs as CEO
  93. BlackBerry extends deadline to boost capital increase
  94. Qualcomm names COO Mollenkopf CEO, ending Microsoft talk
  95. ARM shares rise on Google deal report
  96. FCC Officially Proposes to Allow Phone Use on Planes
  97. Isis Mobile Wallet Adds Wells Fargo Cards
  98. Samsung to Merge Phone and Camera Businesses
  99. Pebble Updated with Do Not Disturb Mode
  100. Motorola Camera App Updated with Focus Controls
  101. Cisco plans to add 1,700 jobs in Canadian expansion
  102. A Stream of Music, Not Revenue
  103. Qualcomm Names a New Chief Executive
  104. U.S. Agencies Dance Around Cellphone Use Aloft
  105. Bits Blog: Questions and Answers About Cellphones on Planes
  106. Review: Samsung Galaxy Light for T-Mobile
  107. Verizon Closes Purchase of U.S. Cellular Assets
  108. Sprint Weighing 2014 Bid for T-Mobile
  109. Motorola's Touchless Control App Better with PIN Codes
  110. Google Updates Gmail, Calendar, Maps for Android
  111. Amazon pressed on gun accessory sales, a year after Newtown
  112. Google removes privacy feature from Android mobile software
  113. Oculus raises $75 million to take virtual reality headset mainstream
  114. Intellectual Ventures settles patent case against Altera
  115. Common Sense: Underdog Against Amazon, Best Buy Charges Ahead
  116. Bits Blog: Twitter Reverses Privacy Change in Response to User Complaints
  117. DealBook: Charter Readies Offer to Acquire Time Warner Cable
  118. Google Adds to Its Menagerie of Robots
  119. Samsung: Uneasy in the Lead
  120. Bits Blog: A Missing Revenue Stream From Mobile Apps
  121. Officials Say U.S. May Never Know Extent of Snowden’s Leaks
  122. France Broadens Its Surveillance Power
  123. Qualcomm promotes Mollenkopf to CEO, ends Microsoft talk
  124. Disruptions: Internet’s Sad Legacy: No More Secrets
  125. After China Mobile sugar rush, Apple will fight for customers
  126. Amazon's German workers set to go on strike
  127. Struggling smartphone maker HTC names CFO as head of sales
  128. Telecom Italia says no information so far from BlackRock
  129. Nokia Camera Arrives in Beta for All Lumia Phones
  130. Tech Companies Press for a Better Retail Experience
  131. Bits Blog: Amazon Strikers Take Their Fight to Seattle
  132. DealBook: Avago to Buy LSI for $6.6 Billion
  133. Critic’s Notebook: ‘25 Must-Play Video Games’ at Museum of the Moving Image
  134. Amazon German workers strike as Christmas orders peak
  135. Avago to buy storage chipmaker LSI for $6.6 billion
  136. InterDigital execs fear arrest, won't meet China antitrust agency
  137. Canada's competition watchdog challenges Google's search dominance
  138. Freenet agrees to buy mobile marketer Jesta Digital
  139. New apps predict, provide information about what users want
  140. Sprint Spreads LTE to 70 New Markets, Covers 300 Total
  141. Sony Pushing Android 4.3 to Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra
  142. Google acquires developer of military robots
  143. Netflix wins U.S., int'l rights for 'Breaking Bad' spinoff
  144. Samsung Debuts GamePad for Android Phones
  145. AT&T Closes Tower Transaction with Crown Castle
  146. Facebook backer Yuri Milner exits automatic Y Combinator investments
  147. Nasdaq fails to win dismissal of Facebook IPO lawsuit
  148. Oregon politician gets six years for Facebook IPO fraud
  149. Churches take to YouTube, Instagram to spread holiday gospel
  150. Facebook to begin selling video ads: WSJ
  151. France's Iliad on the attack with smartphone lease deals
  152. Telecom Italia top investor to discuss vote decisions on December 19
  153. Judge Questions Legality of N.S.A. Phone Records
  154. Bits Blog: Customers Out in the Cold Balk at Uber Surge Pricing
  155. Bits Blog: An Homage to Douglas Engelbart and a Critique of the State of Tech
  156. Sprint and Dish to Trial LTE 4G Broadband to Homes
  157. Sony Makes Changes to U.S. Leadership
  158. Samsung to Let Non-Samsung Devices Use HomeSync
  159. Facebook to Test Video Ads in News Feed
  160. Sprint, Dish to test wireless broadband service in Texas
  161. Israel's Rounds to integrate Vidyo's video chat technology
  162. Microsoft expects CEO appointment early 2014
  163. AT&T to sell Connecticut wireline assets to Frontier for $2 billion
  164. Nortel Networks resolves more than $3 billion in bankruptcy claims
  165. Most Telecom Italia investors sign up to vote on board's future
  166. Bamboo Appears As Option on Moto Maker
  167. Revol Calls It Quits, Will Hand Customers to Boost Mobile
  168. BlackBerry Updates Twitter for BlackBerry 10
  169. HP CEO gets big pay hike after 2013 stock rally
  170. Tech executives press Obama to reform surveillance practices
  171. U.S. Treasury cautions Bitcoin businesses on legal duties
  172. Bits Blog: Instagram Direct and the Fracturing of Privacy
  173. BlackBerry names former SAP executive to head key business segment
  174. Gambling company Bwin sees World Cup soccer as boost for 2014
  175. China Mobile chairman says still in talks with Apple on iPhone deal
  176. Exclusive: Telefonica gets 18 months to loosen grip on Brazil market
  177. U.S. Treasury cautions Bitcoin businesses on legal duties
  178. As Tech Industry Leaders Meet With Obama, N.S.A. Ruling Looms Large
  179. Ex-Microsoft Executive to Take Over Health Site Repairs
  180. Bits Blog: Microsoft Not Likely to Select New Chief Until 2014
  181. Bits Blog: Fewer Gmail Users Are Opening Retailers’ Messages This Shopping Season
  182. AT&T LTE Hits 12 More Markets, Reaches 488 Total
  183. Meizu Takes Aim at US, Plans 2014 Launch
  184. LG to Preload BBM on Select Android Phones
  185. Apple Now Lets iOS Users Send Gifts from iBookstore
  186. Apple Gives Devs Until Feb 1 to Optimize Apps for iOS 7
  187. Facebook, Zuckerberg, banks must face lawsuit over IPO
  188. Italy revises 'Google tax' to exclude goods purchased online
  189. BlackBerry Messenger to come pre-installed on LG smartphones
  190. Video analytics startup Vidyard could list within two years
  191. Chinese technology smuggler sentenced to 3 years
  192. Verizon and T-Mobile to Swap Spectrum
  193. Pebble to Launch Appstore for Its Smartwatch
  194. Microsoft Breaks Out Xbox Music and Video Apps
  195. BlackBerry's CEO hires two more of his former colleagues
  196. Advertising: In Facebook News Feeds, Here Come the Commercials
  197. China Mobile Says It Is Still in Talks With Apple
  198. Bitcoin Value Sinks After Chinese Exchange Move
  199. European E-Payments Deal: Klarna Buys Sofort
  200. Vine for Windows Phone Gains Support for Drafts
  201. Ting Offering Spark Speeds to Select Phones
  202. Review: HTC Desire for Virgin Mobile
  203. Target stores' customers hit by major credit card attack
  204. White House review panel proposes curbs on some NSA programs
  205. RBS clamps down on multi-dealer online chat rooms
  206. Samsung Electronics up 2 percent on upbeat U.S. economic outlook after Fed move
  207. Jolla Smartphone Availability Expands to All of Europe
  208. Zuckerberg to sell Facebook shares worth about $2.3 billion
  209. Siemens loses appeal over EU cartel fine
  210. Accenture results beat estimates on strong demand for outsourcing
  211. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1
  212. Bits Blog: Target Investigates Breach Involving Credit Card Data
  213. Bits Blog: Signs of Cracks in the Law of Jante
  214. Obama Panel Recommends New Limits on N.S.A. Spying
  215. DealBook: Bitcoin, Nationless Currency, Still Feels Government’s Pinch
  216. Vodafone Says Its British Tax Bill Shrank Last Year
  217. Fujitsu counts on aging Europe for smartphone expansion
  218. Alcatel to sell corporate telephony unit: unions
  219. AT&T Pushing Updates to Nokia Lumia 1020 and 1520
  220. Lawmakers Aim to Require Smartphone Kill Switch
  221. Verizon Delivering KitKat to Motorola Droids
  222. Verizon to detail government information requests
  223. Spain privacy watchdog fines Google for breaking data law
  224. Under pressure, Verizon plans more data-request disclosures
  225. US ITC clears Huawei, others in InterDigital patent dispute
  226. Comcast CEO meets with top U.S. communications regulator
  227. Nikon Df
  228. Target cyber breach hits 40 million payment cards at holiday peak
  229. China's Huawei expects 4G revenue to double to $4 billion in 2014
  230. Gloves off as mobile game developers wage Christmas war
  231. BlackBerry reports huge quarterly loss
  232. EU says Google concessions in antitrust case not acceptable
  233. Amazon workers in Germany to continue strikes in 2014
  234. Moto G Earns Android 4.4.2 KitKat Upgrade
  235. ZTE, Huawei, Nokia Cleared In InterDigital Patent Case
  236. BlackBerry Reorganizes, Inks Foxconn Deal
  237. Target Says Data for 40 Million Shoppers Was Stolen
  238. Obama Weighing Security and Privacy in Deciding on Spy Program Limits
  239. Bits Blog: Government Requests to Remove Online Material Increase at Google
  240. Bits Blog: Verizon to Release First Transparency Report
  241. Bits Blog: Researchers Hack Webcam While Disabling Warning Lights
  242. Oracle to buy Responsys for $1.39 billion in cloud software push
  243. AT&T to join Verizon in government data-request disclosures
  244. News Corp acquires social media tool Storyful
  245. Protesters block Apple, Google buses in San Francisco area
  246. Target probe eyes overseas hackers; stolen cards for sale online
  247. JPMorgan botched mailing of replacement cards after cyber attack
  248. Protesters block Apple, Google buses in San Francisco area
  249. BlackBerry Posts Huge Loss
  250. DealBook: Oracle to Buy Responsys for $1.5 Billion