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  1. Apple, Google, Samsung vie to bring health apps to wearables
  2. Nokia Camera App Updated with New Features
  3. S.Africa's Naspers has $1.6 bln to partially spend on M&A: CEO
  4. Cloud security firm Skyhigh Networks raises $40 mln
  5. Israel's Scailex reports problems with Samsung Galaxy S4 batteries
  6. Yahoo Debuts Aviate App for Android Phones
  7. Sprint Revives 30-Day Risk-Free Trial
  8. Hands On with Samsung's Galaxy S5 Sport for Sprint
  9. Sprint Offering Framily Subscribers Private 'Wall'
  10. Sprint Launches HD Voice Nationwide, Expands LTE
  11. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III
  12. DealBook: Oracle to Buy Micros Systems for $5.3 Billion
  13. Orange tops French mobile quality review, Free lags
  14. Chipmaker Micron's third-quarter results exceed expectations
  15. Tech-savvy investors want digital solutions, but firms lag behind
  16. Russia asks Twitter to block a dozen accounts
  17. Google's Nest opens doors to third-party apps
  18. Tech moguls raise cash to fight Washington's 'big money problem'
  19. Apple suppliers to start making larger iPhones next month -Bloomberg
  20. Amazon close to resolving pricing dispute with Warner Bros: WSJ
  21. Microsoft Makes Bet Quantum Computing Will Be Next Big Leap
  22. DealBook: Sequoia and Greylock Lead $40 Million Round for Skyhigh Networks
  23. Nintendo CEO to miss shareholders' meeting after tumor removal
  24. Futuristic elevated transport system to be built in Israel
  25. Japan Display's reliance on iPhone orders rises in 2013-14
  26. AT&T Looking to Score Plateau Wireless Spectrum
  27. Congress Gives Unlocking Bill Another Shot
  28. Microsoft Reveals Nokia X2 Android Phone
  29. AT&T tells U.S. lawmakers DirecTV deal is not Comcast/Time Warner
  30. Ebay hires ex-IBM exec to head enterprise division
  31. Stripe, China's Alipay strike payments agreement
  32. Kodak Pixpro S-1 First Impressions Review
  33. Bits Blog: Nest Labs Joins Race to Define Platform for the Internet of Things
  34. Bits Blog: A Start-Up With a Way to Filter Botnet Traffic Gets Funding
  35. Amazon Accused by Booksellers of Antitrust Violation in Germany
  36. Congress to Tackle Merger of AT&T and DirecTV
  37. Review: LG L90 for T-Mobile
  38. U.S. watchdog says Google's Skybox deal raises commodity trade concern
  39. Japan's Sharp says Hon Hai has not proposed resuming tie-up talks
  40. Small Music Labels See YouTube Battle as Part of War for Revenue
  41. Bits Blog: Capturing Employees’ Expertise on Camera Before They Hit the Exits
  42. Google to unveil new television set-top box on Wednesday - WSJ
  43. EU regulators to decide on Apple, Beats deal by July 30
  44. Google sets sights beyond smartphones at annual developer conference
  45. KDDI joins rivals with new prices to lift revenue per user
  46. AT&T Launches Spanish and Chinese Translation Service
  47. U.S. will allow EU citizens to sue over data privacy
  48. U.S. top court rules against TV startup Aereo
  49. Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD Lab Test Report
  50. Google Fit to Combat Apple's HealthKit
  51. Google Separates Personal and Work Data in Android
  52. Google says first cars running Android Auto software to roll out this year
  53. Google Updates Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides
  54. Google unveils 'Fit' health, fitness tracking platform
  55. Android Apps to Function on Chrome Devices
  56. Google Reveals Android TV, Improves Chromecast
  57. IBM, Lenovo server deal in limbo over security worries: WSJ
  58. U.S. charges two more in IBM insider trading case
  59. Chipmaker Audience buys startup to boost smartphone sensor technology
  60. Wearable camera maker GoPro's IPO priced at $24 per share: underwriter
  61. U.S. Supreme Court's milestone ruling protects cellphone privacy
  62. Vodafone to win EU approval for $9.8 billion Ono deal: sources
  63. Supreme Court Says Phones Can’t Be Searched Without a Warrant
  64. Nikon D810 First Impressions Review
  65. Supreme Court Rules Against Aereo in Broadcasters’ Challenge
  66. Google Unveils Ambitious Android Expansion at I/O Developer Conference
  67. Google, Microsoft and Others Delve Deeper Into Cloud Storage for Businesses
  68. Bits Blog: Oculus Portrays Accuser as Opportunist, in Lawsuit Over Virtual Reality Te
  69. YouTube's music stars to air on Sirius XM radio show
  70. Google removes first search results after EU ruling
  71. Salesforce takes on healthcare with new apps, alliances
  72. Japan's KDDI, SoftBank say NTT's broadband plan risks monopoly revival
  73. Action camera-maker GoPro makes picture-perfect debut
  74. GIV Mobile Offering Free Phone to Customers
  75. Skype Adds Cortana to Windows Phone App
  76. FCC Chairman Talks Incentive Auction Plans
  77. Opera Overhauls Mini Browser for iOS
  78. State of the Art: Watching Google’s Many Arms
  79. Bits Blog: Salesforce Takes Its Cloud Model to Health Care
  80. DealBook: GoPro’s I.P.O. Prices at Top of Range, Leading a Wave of Newly Public Compa
  81. Bits Blog: Facebook Mirrors Tech Industry’s Lack of Diversity
  82. Yahoo looking to buy YouTube content provider for $250 million: Sky News
  83. China cyber crime cooperation stalls after U.S. hacking charges
  84. German government cancels Verizon contract in wake of U.S. spying row
  85. T-Mobile Allowing Customers to Pair iPhone with Prepaid Plans
  86. Google Makes Android Release L Available to Developers
  87. Venture fund 500 Startups uses Jobs Act to raise $100 million from public
  88. Facebook Battles Manhattan D.A. Over Warrants for User Data
  89. Bits One on One: Google’s Grand Plans: A Conversation With Google’s Larry Page and Su
  90. Bits Blog: The Tech-Savvy Supreme Court
  91. DealBook: U.S. Prepares for Auction of Bitcoins Seized in Silk Road Raid
  92. Germany Cancels Verizon Deal, Angered by N.S.A. Activities
  93. HP wins dismissal of lawsuit linked to ex-CEO Hurd's ouster
  94. German parliament cuts ties with Verizon in wake of spying row
  95. Amazon and Indian investment firm to help small businesses get online
  96. Tencent to buy 20 pct in for $736 mln
  97. Bits Blog: What Happened to the Facebook Phone? Not Very Much, It Seems
  98. Bits Blog: In Class Action Against Apple and Others, Concerns From the Judge
  99. Bits Blog: Not So Fast on the Use of Google Glass in Britain
  100. March of Progress: How the Future Looked in 1964: The Picturephone
  101. Exclusive: HP to settle suits over Autonomy deal; make claim against ex-CEO Lynch
  102. Facebook Home Seemingly Abandoned
  103. Verizon's Billing System Takes a Tumble
  104. Slim's real estate arm to buy AT&T's America Movil stake
  105. U.S. auctions some 30,000 bitcoins from Silk Road raid
  106. Intel's sales chief to step down, advise on corporate strategy
  107. Kleiner Perkins files to raise $1.2 billion in new venture funds
  108. HP to settle suits over Autonomy deal; make claim against ex-CEO Lynch
  109. Bits Blog: Michael Arrington Drops Suit After Rape Accuser Recants
  110. Verizon's Billing System Restored
  111. Bits Blog: Goodbye, for Now, San Francisco
  112. Technophoria: When a Health Plan Knows How You Shop
  113. Stung by Supreme Court, Aereo Suspends Service
  114. Bits Blog: Cupid’s Arrows Fly on Social Media, Too
  115. Google execs visit Cuba for first time to promote open Internet
  116. Google executives visit Cuba for first time to promote open Internet
  117. Iraq’s Sunni Militants Take to Social Media to Advance Their Cause and Intimidate
  118. NetApp shares may climb to $50: Barron's
  119. After Supreme Court Ruling, Aereo’s Rivals in TV Streaming Seize Opening
  120. Hon Hai buys a stake in SK C&C; shares hit multi-year highs
  121. IT services
  122. Google, Detroit diverge on road map for self-driving cars
  123. Sony confident TV business will swing to profit this year: executive
  124. Philips to merge LED components, auto lighting into standalone business
  125. Facebook Tinkers With Users’ Emotions in News Feed Experiment, Stirring Outcry
  126. Modern Tools for Mom-and-Pops
  127. New N.S.A. Chief Calls Damage From Snowden Leaks Manageable
  128. Verizon to Return to Its Former Midtown Tower, but on a Smaller Scale
  129. Google to Pull Quickoffice from App Stores
  130. Blackphone Now Shipping to First Customers
  131. U.S. top court rejects Google bid to drop Street View privacy case
  132. Exclusive: Facebook scores record 1 billion interactions for World Cup
  133. EU's Almunia says could probe Google's YouTube dominance
  134. Apple Releases iOS 7.1.2 to Squelch Bugs
  135. AT&T to Divest America Movil Stake to Carlos Slim
  136. Google to Shutter Orkut
  137. T-Mobile Now Accepting Preorders for LG G3
  138. Google to shut down social networking service Orkut in September
  139. Microsoft says disrupts cybercrime rings with roots in Kuwait, Algeria
  140. For Alibaba, a challenge is to turn mobile into money
  141. Dating app Tinder is hit with sexual harassment suit
  142. Mexico's Slim buys AT&T's America Movil stake for $5.57 billion
  143. Regulator finds ties between Slim and Dish Mexico: report
  144. Nikon 1 V3
  145. Bits Blog: Facebook Says It’s Sorry. We’ve Heard That Before.
  146. Assurance Wireless Offers More Minutes and Messages
  147. Ultra Mobile Now Offering LTE
  148. HP settles lawsuits over deal for British software company
  149. Former executive sues dating app Tinder, alleges sexual harassment
  150. Morgan Stanley gives tweeting brokers some leeway
  151. Japan's Sharp eyes profits, not share sale, to boost finances
  152. Energy Sector Faces Attacks From Hackers in Russia
  153. Bits Blog: Supreme Court Rejects Google’s Street View Appeal
  154. Bits Blog: Twitter Buys TapCommerce, a Mobile Advertising Start-Up
  155. Bits Blog: Apple Expands iTunes U Education App for iPads
  156. Twitter replaces CFO Mike Gupta with former Goldman executive
  157. Murdoch's ambitions may take center stage in Sun Valley
  158. T-Mobile and MetroPCS to Roll Out Lumia 635 Gradually
  159. Microsoft Boosts OneDrive, Security
  160. Galaxy S5 Mini Carries Over Most of Flagship's Features
  161. Adidas lifts ban on sales via eBay, other online sites
  162. Google buys music streaming service Songza
  163. One winner in U.S. Marshals bitcoin sale, identity not known
  164. U.S. sues T-Mobile USA, alleges bogus charges on phone bills
  165. French start-up Viadeo sets IPO price at bottom of range
  166. T-Mobile Says FTC Charges 'Without Merit'
  167. FCC Also Investigating T-Mobile
  168. Google to Buy Songza
  169. FTC Drops Cram-Hammer On T-Mobile
  170. F.T.C. Accuses T-Mobile of Fraud in Billing
  171. Bits Blog: Twitter Names Ex-Goldman Banker Anthony Noto as Chief Financial Officer
  172. Tinder Is Target of Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
  173. Lenovo expects IBM server, Motorola Mobility deals to be completed by year end
  174. One Bidder Walks Away with All of the Bitcoins from the Feds' Silk Road Auction
  175. TWC customers are begging the government to kill the Comcast merger
  176. Privacy board: NSA's Internet monitoring is legal
  177. The final Oculus Rift developer kit is shipping now
  178. Intelligent cars draw investors to tech stocks
  179. Microsoft sides with Qualcomm in showdown over connected home
  180. UK data regulator probes Facebook over psychological experiment: FT
  181. U.S. privacy board says NSA Internet spying program is effective but worrying
  182. Rackspace may take itself private: TechCrunch
  183. Facebook seeks India revenue boost with 'missed call' ads
  184. Recent Leadership Changes Suggest That Twitter Is Struggling to Find Its Footing
  185. Cybercrime Scheme Aims at Payments in Brazil
  186. Bits Blog: Facebook’s Secret Manipulation of User Emotions Faces European Inquiries
  187. Canadian Antispam Law Whips Up a Storm of Last-Minute Messages
  188. Microsoft Joins Qualcomm-Backed AllSeen Alliance
  189. Vine Updated with Loop Counts and New Design
  190. EU clears Telefonica Deutschland's takeover of E-Plus
  191. Nokia buys U.S.-based SAC Wireless
  192. Exclusive: Venture capitalist Draper wins bitcoin auction - Vaurum
  193. Amazon fights FTC over mobile in-app purchases: report
  194. U.S. government asks firms to check networks after 'Energetic Bear' attacks
  195. Samsung to Kill Off Video Hub July 31
  196. Amazon Refuses to Settle with FTC Over In-App Charges
  197. Nokia to Buy Illinois-Based SAC Wireless
  198. Live video startup Twitch builds studio to woo gamers, advertisers
  199. Fiber network company Zayo Group files for IPO
  200. Facebook acquires video ad company LiveRail
  201. State of the Art: The Bright Side of Facebook’s Social Experiments on Users
  202. Bits Blog: Mixed Predictions About Wearables Like Smartwatches and Google Glass
  203. DealBook: Venture Capitalist Tim Draper Wins Bitcoin Auction
  204. U.S. Privacy Panel Backs N.S.A.’s Internet Tapping
  205. What the Future Holds: A 25-Question Twitter Quiz to Predict Retweets
  206. Google Says Play Services 5.0 Rollout Complete
  207. Samsung Display to build $1 billion Vietnam plant
  208. Qualcomm Acquires Wilocity, Adds WiGig to Snapdragon 810
  209. Murray's Wimbledon exit not so surprising, according to IBM analysis
  210. Sprint to Begin Selling LG G3 July 18
  211. Sometimes you come across a celebrity and you wonder
  212. Sogefi, Audi develop new suspension spring technology
  213. Bitcoin pioneer calls for regulatory guidance from EU
  214. New online service disruptions in China; activists see HK protest link
  215. This mean for previous Pryor candidates like
  216. Google reverses decision to delete British newspaper links
  217. Some prominent hedge funds hurt by tech are back with gains
  218. Bits Blog: Privacy Group Complains to F.T.C. About Facebook Emotion Study
  219. Bits Blog: Google Alerts British News Outlets About Deleting Their Links
  220. Bits Blog: London Transport Regulator Says Uber Can Legally Operate
  221. You’re the Boss Blog: Dell Expands a Program for Tech Start-Ups
  222. Edan Lepucki’s Novel ‘California’ Gets a Boost From Colbert
  223. Smarphone maker HTC shares soar on second quarter net profit
  224. Sharp considering exiting European home appliance market - source
  225. Google reverses decision to delete British newspaper links
  226. China approves Lenovo, IBM $2.3 billion server deal
  227. First leaked Galaxy F photo reveals… Samsung’s biggest iPhone ripoff yet?
  228. Apple reportedly poaches Tag Heuer sales director for iWatch
  229. Journal expresses 'concern' over Facebook study
  230. Humans prefer an electric shock to being left alone with their thoughts
  231. New leak offers our best look yet at the next-gen iPad Air
  232. Rok Mobile Launches Today, Requires Invite
  233. Google Starts Erasing Links for Searches in Europe
  234. Future Tense: On Social Media, Some Are Susceptible to Internet Outrage
  235. If you've researched online privacy then the NSA may already be tracking you
  236. Apple recruits one of the watch industry's most important sales execs
  237. A period may have accidentally been added to the Declaration of Independence
  238. A Guide to High Quality Social Media Sharing: What, When and How to Share
  239. Watch MythBusters’ Adam Savage help bring cartoons to life with an iPhone
  240. Russia passes law requiring online personal data to be stored inside its borders
  241. Privacy Group Files Formal Complaint with Feds Over Facebook's Mood Study
  242. Could future Lumia handsets come with Canon lenses?
  243. The Big Picture: NASA flies massive SOFIA telescope to the stratosphere
  244. Sunrise's social calendar app reaches the Mac
  245. RoboHow is translating the internet for robot use
  246. The Big Picture: An astronaut's view of Hurricane Arthur
  247. This playable Tetris T-shirt requires you to touch yourself
  248. Recommended Reading: Colombia's high-tech World Cup training and testing Facebook
  249. Watch these drones fly through breathtaking fireworks displays
  250. iWatch Talk Heats Up After Apple Hires Away Another Luxury Watch Exec