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  1. IRL: Living with the Cocoon Slim, a backpack made for gadget hoarders
  2. Renaissance paintings come to life as animated GIFs
  3. Free Video Games Say Pay Up or Wait, Testing Players’ Patience
  4. An Online Shift in China Muffles an Open Forum
  5. Bits Blog: They Have Seen the Future of the Internet, and It Is Dark
  6. Google Reinstates European Links to Articles From The Guardian
  7. Now on Your Cellphone Bill, Services You Never Wanted
  8. NASA gives the go-ahead to a rocket designed for deep space exploration
  9. N.Korea 'doubles cyber war personnel'
  10. Weekends with Engadget: Android Wear review, ditching social media and more!
  11. Super PAC to end all super PACs hits its $5 million funding goal
  12. Wifi firm Gowex says results fake, heads to bankruptcy
  13. Qualcomm briefly takes down Android code for CyanogenMod, Sony and itself
  14. Google makes sure its founders will survive a Terminator assault
  15. Hospitals hope to predict illness by analyzing your spending habits
  16. Most of the NSA's intercepted messages involve ordinary people
  17. Vast majority of docs collected by NSA come from ordinary internet users, not legal t
  18. Gadget Rewind 2005: Nabaztag
  19. Inhabitat's Week in Green: solar homes, 'Soofa' benches and a levitating transportati
  20. Apple poaches another luxury executive as iWatch nears
  21. Independent Music Labels and Young Artists Embrace Streaming on Their Own Terms
  22. Vamping Teenagers Are Up All Night Texting
  23. Big City: Airbnb’s Promise: Every Man and Woman a Hotelier
  24. Bits Blog: With Revenue Roaring, Twitter’s Advertising Team Is Untouched by Turmoil
  25. How would you change Sony's NEX-3N?
  26. Mercedes' semi-autonomous truck lets its driver relax on the highway
  27. TSA blocking uncharged mobile devices from flights at some international airports
  28. The TSA won't let you board some flights unless your devices turn on
  29. 'Star Wars: Episode VII' on schedule after Harrison Ford injury, two cast members add
  30. How the AP-GfK poll was conducted
  31. After beating Google, Korea's Naver goes global with messaging app Line
  32. Atmel acquires Newport Media for $140 million
  33. Google, Facebook, Amazon and Others Thrive Despite Objections
  34. Reno Rolls the Dice on High-Tech
  35. AT&T's LG G3 Reaches Stores July 11
  36. Microsoft Adds More Features to Skype for iPhone
  37. NASA to send 3D Google smartphones for robots to space station
  38. Intel to make audio/visual gear chips for Panasonic under contract
  39. French police dismantle illegal Bitcoin exchange
  40. Isis Mobile Payment Venture to Change Branding
  41. Gmail Adds 13 Languages to Browser App
  42. U.S. pushes China to give ground on technology trade deal
  43. U.S. arrests Russian in hacking of retail systems
  44. Google rates Internet service providers' video streaming quality
  45. Twitter appoints Katie Stanton global media chief: source
  46. Chinese hackers turned focus to U.S. experts on Iraq: security firm
  47. Brazil bandits steal $36 million of Samsung phones, computers
  48. As Britons embrace digital banking, more branches face the chop
  49. Samsung earnings hit by slowing China sales
  50. Smartphones weigh on Samsung Electronics as guidance disappoints
  51. Samsung's smartphone saturation strategy stumbles
  52. Samsung, Intel, Dell team up on standards for connected gadgets
  53. Free WiFi provider admits to making up 90 percent of its revenues
  54. Chinese hackers turned focus to U.S. experts on Iraq: security firm
  55. Brazil bandits steal $6.3 million of Samsung phones, computers
  56. As Britons embrace digital banking, more branches face the chop
  57. Bits Blog: Russian Arrested in Guam on Array of U.S. Hacking Charges
  58. New T.S.A. Rules for Electronics on Flights Bound for U.S.
  59. Samsung Foresees a Decline in Profit
  60. On the Road: Expensive Internet and Other Hotel Peeves
  61. Retailers swallow online food cost to lock in shoppers
  62. AT&T says it will be the first carrier to sell LG smartwatch
  63. Zact to Call It Quits, But Sprint Has an Alternative On Deck
  64. Radioshack Now Offering US Cellular At Select Stores
  65. Samsung, Dell, Intel, Others Form Internet of Things Consortium
  66. AT&T Updates Toggle for Business Customers
  67. Verizon: U.S. government made 150,000 customer info requests in 2014
  68. Amazon proposes Hachette authors keep all revenue as dispute drags on
  69. KLA-Tencor says June quarter booking above expectations
  70. 'Dawn of Planet of Apes' marks digital lib for actors
  71. A Taxi Alternative, UberX, Offers Lower Fares
  72. Bits Blog: Amazon Tries to Woo Authors in Hachette Dispute
  73. Twitter for Windows Phone Gains More Photo Tools
  74. Senate Intelligence Committee approves cybersecurity bill
  75. Carlos Slim offers to shrink his Mexico telecoms empire
  76. Amazon courts Hachette authors by proposing they keep e-book revenue
  77. Car service Uber, New York AG reach deal on emergency pricing
  78. Mexico's lower house generally approves telecoms bill
  79. Apple loses China patent case, separate suit against Apple continues
  80. Advocates for blind, deaf want more from Apple
  81. Retailers swallow online food cost to lock in shoppers
  82. Bits Blog: Uber Reaches Deal With New York on Surge Pricing in Emergencies
  83. European Companies See Opportunity in the ‘Right to Be Forgotten’
  84. Yelp Joins Critics of European Union Antitrust Settlement With Google
  85. Bits Blog: You Don’t Have to Feel Very Guilty About Using Your Smartphone While Paren
  86. Microsoft Publishes Video Tuner App for Windows Phone 8.1
  87. Sprint to Sell ZTE's Hotspot Projector
  88. Motorola Has to Stop Selling Phones in Germany
  89. Sony Now Selling Xperia Z1 Compact in US
  90. LG Debuts KizOn Wearable for Kids
  91. America Movil aims to sell assets as quickly as possible
  92. A joke to make something easier and funny
  93. In the midst of this get-together in a common area
  94. Dish Says It Will Bid On 600MHz Spectrum
  95. Gmail for Android Makes Sharing Drive Files a Breeze
  96. T-Mobile Offering $100 Off iPhone/iPad Purchases
  97. Google Brings Screen Mirroring to Chromecast
  98. Microsoft drops lawsuit against Vitalwerks after service cuts
  99. Zynga names Google executive to board of directors
  100. Dish tells FCC will participate in 2015 spectrum auction
  101. Accused Silk Road creator loses bid to dismiss U.S. indictment
  102. Apple targets rising water use, production partners' emissions
  103. IBM to bet $3 bln over 5 years hoping for breakthrough in chips
  104. State of the Art: ‘Slender Man’ Story and the New Urban Legends
  105. European Effort for Computer-Simulated Brain Draws Fire
  106. Chinese hackers pursue key data on U.S. workers: NYT
  107. Miles Ahead has been a passion project
  108. New mobile phone app has James Bond features to thwart surveillance
  109. Verizon Taking Preorders for LG G3, Ships July 17
  110. Chinese Hackers Pursue Key Data on U.S. Workers
  111. Bits Blog: Adidas Joins Wearable Stampede With Fitness Tracker
  112. Bits Blog: IBM Wants to Invent the Chips of the Future, Not Make Them
  113. Bits Blog: Personal Computing’s Big Three Get a Little Bigger
  114. Access to Google services within China returns
  115. Vodafone to push ahead with Indian tax arbitration case
  116. Britain unveils emergency laws to keep email, phone data for security
  117. Bulk of Wireless 911 Calls Not Offering Accurate Location
  118. FTC Sues Amazon Over In-App Purchases
  119. Phone-Unlocking Bill Advances to Senate
  120. AT&T and T-Mobile Agree to Swap Some Spectrum
  121. Apple Adds Extras to iTunes, iOS 8
  122. U.S. sues Amazon for kids' charges without parental consent
  123. Microsoft CEO commits to develop Xbox platform
  124. U.S. Senate committee advances bill on cell phone unlocking
  125. Symantec in talks with Chinese government after software ban report
  126. Microsoft says cybercrime bust frees 4.7 mln infected PCs
  127. Verizon says added over 1.4 million postpaid customers in second quarter
  128. BBM Arrives as Beta for Windows Phone
  129. Samsung Touts Exynos ModAP Chip
  130. Google Pushing Play Games 2.0 and Associated Dev Tools
  131. After short revival, Google service disruptions in China return
  132. The documents may have been authentic
  133. Amazon seeks FAA permission to test drones outdoors near Seattle
  134. Digital warriors battle to get African games on phones
  135. Apple iPhone a danger to China national security: state media
  136. Samsung's Tizen Phone Suffers Another Setback
  137. Samsung Rebrands Its App Store to 'Galaxy Apps'
  138. Despite a Pledge by Samsung, Child Labor Proves Resilient
  139. Amazon Sued Over Billing for App Store Purchases
  140. Cynk Tech shares halted on concern over possible manipulation
  141. Spain's Telefonica in talks to exit Telecom Italia: report
  142. Google Maps for iOS Gains Local Guide
  143. LG G3 Reaches Sprint Stores a Week Early
  144. America Movil asset sale should be across the board: Slim
  145. U.S. FCC votes to refocus Internet subsidy for schools
  146. Top Alibaba execs, investors may expand board after IPO -filing
  147. Google seeks to dismiss U.S. antitrust lawsuit over Android
  148. Review: Huawei Ascend Mate 2
  149. Bits Blog: Satya Nadella Says Changes Are Coming to Microsoft
  150. Bits Blog: Google to Tour Europe to Discuss Privacy
  151. At Tour de France, Safety Concerns Arise About Selfies
  152. Female Yahoo executive sued for sexual harassment
  153. Apple iPhone a danger to China national security: state media
  154. Bits Blog: Amazon Asks Permission From F.A.A. to Test Drone Delivery System
  155. Chinese Businessman Is Charged in Plot to Steal U.S. Military Data
  156. DealBook: After a Wild Ride, a Penny Stock, Cynk, Runs Into a Trading Halt
  157. DealBook: At Sun Valley, Deal Speculation if No Deal Talks
  158. Exclusive: YouTube weighs funding efforts to boost premium content - sources
  159. Amazon, a Friendly Giant as Long as It’s Fed
  160. Insurers struggle to get grip on burgeoning cyber risk market
  161. Top Alibaba executives, investors may expand board after IPO: filing
  162. U.S. web companies press demands for net neutrality with FCC
  163. New Tech Promises Dense, Efficient, Flexible Displays
  164. Spain's Gowex files for bankruptcy, ex-CEO could face 10 years in jail
  165. Verizon To Test Spectrum Sharing in Military Radar Band
  166. Mexico's president signs telecoms reform rules into law
  167. A Warhol With Your Moose Head? Sotheby’s Teams With EBay
  168. BitTorrent to Try a Paywall and Crowdfunding
  169. Samsung Considers Its Counterattack as Rivals Erode Cellphone Profit
  170. Sinosphere Blog: Samsung Contractor Suspended Over Child Labor Allegations
  171. Tech Scene in Myanmar Hinges on Cellphone Grid
  172. Experts report potential software "back doors" in U.S. standards
  173. Nickel in early iPad likely triggered allergy in boy: study
  174. America Movil to own just over half of Telekom Austria
  175. Microsoft expected to announce job cuts this week: Bloomberg
  176. Lions Gate, Alibaba to offer joint subscription TV streaming service in China
  177. Google's Nest launches network technology for connected home
  178. Yahoo Seeks to Bring the Concert to Your Couch
  179. DealBook: Ralph Whitworth Resigns as Hewlett-Packard Chairman
  180. Bits Blog: Data Breaches in New York Hit Record High in 2013, State Attorney General
  181. Bits Blog: Digital Love, Consolidated: IAC Buys HowAboutWe Dating Site
  182. Bits Blog: Secret Reaches Beyond Tech Set, and Raises $25 Million
  183. HP interim Chairman Ralph Whitworth resigns to focus on health
  184. Novartis and Google to develop 'smart' contact lens
  185. China's Xiaomi to invest in India, launches budget smartphones
  186. VMware to form cloud computing partnership with China Telecom
  187. India regulator orders ex-Satyam executives to pay $300 million
  188. Nokia Rolling Out Windows Phone 8.1 To Lumias
  189. Apple Dabbles In Mobile Payments in Japan
  190. MediaTek Takes on Snapdragon 810 with New 64-bit Chip
  191. HP interim Chairman Ralph Whitworth resigns to focus on health
  192. Microsoft to overtake Yahoo in global digital ad share
  193. 'Smart' technology could make utilities more vulnerable to hackers
  194. Apple Joins Forces with IBM to Bring iOS To Enterprise
  195. Intel's quarterly report buoys hope for PC stabilization
  196. IBM to offer iPads and iPhones for business users
  197. Yahoo amends deal with Alibaba, misses Wall St. revenue target
  198. Blackberry U.S. shares fall after the bell
  199. Ex-Ford chief Mulally joins Google's board
  200. Nikon 1 V3
  201. Yahoo's long goodbye with Alibaba takes heat off Mayer
  202. Yahoo to keep more of Alibaba, share half of IPO proceeds
  203. Amazon in talks with Simon & Schuster: Moonves
  204. HTC Desire 610 Coming to AT&T
  205. Microsoft plans to cut 1,000 jobs in Finland: newspaper
  206. Samsung battles on two fronts as Apple readies iPhone 6
  207. F.C.C. Is Deluged With Comments on Net Neutrality Rules
  208. Intel Exceeds Estimates on Improving Demand for PCs
  209. Apple Joins With IBM on Business Software
  210. Slump in Advertising Sales Dragged Quarterly Revenue Down at Yahoo
  211. Bits Blog: Controlling the Home, Google Style
  212. Exclusive - Red flags: Alibaba's Ma and Ma's private equity firm
  213. New York luster may lure Japan messaging app Line's IPO away from Tokyo
  214. Jawbone adds food-tracking to its wristbands
  215. Voice Assistant Coming in BlackBerry OS 10.3
  216. Verizon Opens LTE Network to Prepaid Customers
  217. Apple agrees to conditional $450 million e-books antitrust accord
  218. Apple-IBM deal dents BlackBerry's prospects, slams stock
  219. Google's Street View takes on America's gas leaks
  220. Big investors see cybersecurity as opportunity
  221. Amazon ponders Netflix-like service for ebooks: report
  222. PayPal helps eBay revenue jump 13 percent despite worsening competition
  223. SanDisk's quarterly profit beats estimates
  224. Visa Attempts to Streamline Mobile Online Purchases
  225. Microsoft starts taking EU 'right to be forgotten' requests
  226. Hands On with the HTC Desire 610 for AT&T
  227. Microsoft expected to announce thousands of job cuts on Thursday
  228. Inventors struggle to protect patents in Africa
  229. Taiwan's TSMC shares fall on Apple, Qualcomm order loss reports
  230. In case it somehow turns out to be legit?
  231. In case it somehow turns out to be legit?
  232. LVMH and eBay settle litigation over fake goods
  233. Pratt & Whitney hires IBM to gather and analyze engine data
  234. Despite Security Breach, eBay Posts Profit and Sees Steady Growth
  235. State of the Art: With DC59 Motorhead, Dyson Looks to Create the iPad of Vacuums
  236. Machine Learning: Easier Ways to Protect Email From Unwanted Prying Eyes
  237. Bits Blog: Large Round of Layoffs Expected at Microsoft
  238. Bits Blog: Criminal Software, Government-Grade Protection
  239. Microsoft to cut 18,000 jobs this year as it chops Nokia
  240. China's JD.com takes aim at Alibaba with Paipai relaunch
  241. Hands On with Amazon's Fire Phone for AT&T
  242. LG Mini-fies G3 with G3 s
  243. Microsoft Downsizes, Kills off Nokia X
  244. Facebook tests new 'buy' button for online purchases in U.S.
  245. Alibaba now eyes September for U.S. mega-IPO: source
  246. Microsoft ends flirtation with Hollywood and original shows: source
  247. Google's business chief departs for SoftBank in latest leadership change
  248. HP appoints CEO Whitman chairman, expands board
  249. IBM software sales weaker than expected in second quarter
  250. Apple appoints BlackRock founding partner to board