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  1. IBM signs 10-year multi-billion cloud deal with ABN Amro
  2. U.S. retailers warn of Chinese giant Alibaba's impact in U.S.
  3. Cyber ring stole secrets for gaming U.S. stock market: FireEye
  4. Microsoft Buys Mobile Email App Maker Acompli
  5. Star Witness in Apple Lawsuit Is Steve Jobs
  6. Bits Blog: Microsoft Buys Acompli, an Email Start-Up
  7. Working the Land and the Data
  8. Hackers With Apparent Investment Banking Background Target Biotech
  9. News Analysis: Amazon’s $250 Million Shortfall (or Investment)
  10. FBI warns of 'destructive' malware in wake of Sony attack
  11. Exclusive: FBI warns of 'destructive' malware in wake of Sony attack
  12. Apple tumbles as much as six percent in unusual trading
  13. Cyber Monday sales start slow as early discounts hurt
  14. Cyber ring stole secrets for gaming U.S. stock market - FireEye
  15. Apple heads to trial over digital music claims
  16. Alibaba, Tencent chairmen invest in China's Ping An Insurance
  17. Samsung Electronics exits fibre optics amid sharper focus on reviving smartphones
  18. China to fine Internet firms Tencent, Baidu for porn: Xinhua
  19. Iran hackers target airlines, energy, defense companies: researchers
  20. Zain Saudi says rejects Mobily's $586 million claim
  21. Twitter Solidifies Tools for Reporting Abuse
  22. T-Mobile to Scoop Up Spectrum from nTelos
  23. Pandora's Latest Update Emphasizes Personalization
  24. Sprint to Woo AT&T and Verizon Customers with Halved Rates
  25. North Korea, other nations among suspects in Sony hack: U.S. source
  26. Canada's Wind Mobile signs roaming deal, Telus likely partner
  27. Uber signs Latin America tie-up with Slim's America Movil
  28. Bits Blog: In a Bay Area Courtroom, Lawyers Hit Replay on Apple’s History
  29. Once Celebrated in Russia, Programmer Pavel Durov Chooses Exile
  30. Bits Blog: In 2015, Technology Shifts Accelerate and China Rules, IDC Predicts
  31. Bits Blog: Twitter Improves Tools for Users to Report Harassment
  32. Bits Blog: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Explains Why He Bought The Washington Post
  33. U.S. House subcommittee postpones hearing on net neutrality
  34. IBM signs $1.25 billion WPP cloud deal and says more coming
  35. Bezos defends Amazon's lack of profits, stance on publishers
  36. Sony Pictures struggles to recover eight days after cyber attack
  37. Vodafone says other carriers should be allowed to take Metroweb stake
  38. Hackers Pirate Sony Films and Leak Studio Salaries
  39. Luxottica signs deal with Intel to develop computerized eyewear
  40. Global semiconductor outlook brightens, Microchip sees sales rebound
  41. Telenor and TeliaSonera signal truce with Danish mobile merger
  42. Sprint Says Network Vision Is Basically Done
  43. Sprint Adds eGift Card to Mobile Wallet Products
  44. Bluetooth 4.2 Spec Targets Internet of Things
  45. Skype Founders Introduce Wire Messaging App
  46. Sony Says Lollipop Headed to Xperia Z Ultra Google Play Ed.
  47. Sony investigators find links to North Korea in attack probe: source
  48. Former CEO Ballmer, activist Jesse Jackson enliven Microsoft meeting
  49. U.S. intelligence agency aims to develop superconducting computer
  50. Google to introduce child-friendly versions of products-USA Today
  51. SoftBank to invest $250 million in SE Asian taxi app firm GrabTaxi
  52. Verizon Starts Cannibalizing 3G Airwaves for LTE 4G
  53. YotaPhone's Improved Dual-Screen Smartphone Goes On Sale
  54. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 First Impressions Review
  55. Bits Special Section: Hacked vs. Hackers: Game On
  56. Bits Special Section: Reinventing the Internet to Make It Safer
  57. Bits Special Section: Preparing for Chip-and-PIN Cards in the United States
  58. North Korea surfaces in Sony investigators' probe into hack
  59. U.S. broadcaster intends to test newsgathering drones in Oregon
  60. Intel to invest $1.6 billion in China factory
  61. Samsung mobile executives to leave after profit slide: source
  62. Orange CEO says expects BT to decide on mobile deal by Christmas
  63. Samsung Cuts Mid-Level Managers from Mobile Business
  64. Barnes & Noble buys Microsoft's stake in Nook business
  65. North Korea denies involvement in Sony cyber attack
  66. New U.S. cybersecurity prosecutor unit to focus on prevention
  67. Tablet maker Fuhu unveils kids content service
  68. Verizon Explains Why It Is Refarming PCS Spectrum
  69. Verizon Says LTE-Advanced Features On Deck for 2015
  70. FCC Changes AWS-3 Auction Pace As Total Surpasses $40B
  71. Skype for Windows Phone Gains Granular Improvements
  72. AT&T Halts 15GB Data Promo After Just 13 Days
  73. North Korea still a suspect in Sony attack despite denial
  74. Uber's latest funding round values ridesharing company at $40 billion
  75. Samsung asks appeals court to throw out $930 million damages in Apple infringement ca
  76. Exclusive: Intel Security CTO Michael Fey joins Blue Coat as COO
  77. North Korea still a suspect in Sony attack despite denial
  78. DealBook: Uber Raises $1.2 Billion, Valuing the Company at $40 Billion
  79. Barnes & Noble and Microsoft End Nook Partnership
  80. Sony Pictures and F.B.I. Widen Hack Inquiry
  81. Bits Blog: French Official Campaigns to Make ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Global
  82. Bits Blog: British Government Proposes a ‘Google Tax’
  83. Sprint Says New Windows Phones On the Way
  84. Taiwan probe finds 12 smartphone brands violate privacy rules
  85. In North Korea, hackers are a handpicked, pampered elite
  86. Struggling Sony to cut pay even as PM Abe calls for higher wages
  87. Uber in talks to sell over $1 billion in convertible debt: source
  88. Spying techniques exposed by Snowden not unlawful: UK watchdog
  89. Bebe Stores confirms payment card security breach
  90. HTC One M7 and M8 Google Play Editions Earn Lollipop
  91. Cortana Says 'Hello' to Four New Countries
  92. Cisco Systems sues rival for infringement of network patents
  93. Amazon own label underscores strength of online grocery shopping
  94. Tim Draper wins part of U.S. 2nd bitcoin auction: Bloomberg
  95. Microsoft Twists Torque from Android Wear to Android Phones
  96. Verizon Updates LG G3 with VoLTE
  97. Bits Blog: Videotaped Deposition of Steve Jobs Played in Apple iPod Trial
  98. British Court Rules in Favor Of Electronic Surveillance
  99. Bits Blog: In Suit, Cisco Accuses Arista of Copying Work
  100. DealBook: Senate to Hold Hearing on Cyberattacks Against Finance
  101. Your Money Adviser: Some Drawbacks in Tapping the Phone to Deposit a Check
  102. Sony employees receive email threat claiming to be from hackers
  103. Venture capitalist Tim Draper wins part of U.S. bitcoin auction
  104. SAP CEO sees company staying independent in long term -paper
  105. Bits Blog: Uber to Portland: We’re Here. Deal With It.
  106. Sony investigator says cyberattack was 'unparalleled' crime
  107. Preoccupations: How IBM Brings Ideas Forward From Its Teams
  108. Economic View: How Technology Could Help Fight Income Inequality
  109. Uber cab driver in India arrested after suspected rape
  110. EU investment plan to boost digital technology
  111. North Korea Denies Hacking Sony but Calls Attack a ‘Righteous Deed’
  112. North Korea says its supporters may be behind Sony attack
  113. Australian tech listing boom raises red flags
  114. Temasek buys stake in U.S. electronic trading firm Virtu: source
  115. BlackBerry, NantHealth launch cancer genome browser
  116. Obama’s Net Neutrality Bid Divides Civil Rights Groups
  117. Chinese Internet regulator welcomed at Facebook campus
  118. Sony's PlayStation store victim of cyber attack: FT
  119. Uber banned from operating in Indian capital after driver rape
  120. Alipay says mobile deals grow to over half of transactions in year to October
  121. Retro Report: Grappling With the ‘Culture of Free’ in Napster’s Aftermath
  122. Uber Is Banned in Delhi After Driver Is Accused of Rape
  123. Ralph H. Baer, Inventor of First System for Home Video Games, Is Dead at 92
  124. NSA's surveillance a 'trade barrier' for EU companies: EU official
  125. Facebook Brings Graph Search to iPhone
  126. AT&T Selling Samsung's Virtual Reality Headset
  127. Amazon to use bike messengers for one-hour delivery in New York City: WSJ
  128. Amazon warns U.S. FAA it could move more drone research abroad
  129. U.S. consumers warm to wearable tech, Europeans cooler: study
  130. T-Mobile Seeking Funds, Will Sell Stock
  131. Review: Kyocera Hydro Life for T-Mobile / MetroPCS
  132. Fraud from bots represents a loss of $6 billion in digital advertising
  133. Amazon adds bidding option to site for fine art, collectables
  134. PM Abe says Apple to build big R&D center in Japan: media
  135. Delhi to ban all internet taxi firms after Uber rape claim
  136. FBI official says 'no attribution' to North Korea in Sony hack probe
  137. Dubai's world-beating skyscraper now in Google Street View
  138. French-American software start-up to launch automatic password changer
  139. Nokia Updates HERE Maps for Windows Phone
  140. Silent Circle Says Blackphone to Gain App Store
  141. Power Up: E-Sports at College, With Stars and Scholarships
  142. Bits Blog: Uber Accused by Portland, Ore., of Operating Illegally
  143. Uber Driver in New Delhi, Accused of Rape, Faces Other Charges
  144. Supreme Court Hears Cases on Internet Shopping and Railroads
  145. Bits Blog: Warm West Coast Reception for China’s Web Czar (Chillier in Washington)
  146. Bitcoin Trust wins 48,000 bitcoins auctioned by U.S. Marshals
  147. T-Mobile Brings Back $100 Unlimited Family Plan
  148. T-Mobile and Verizon Agree to Another Spectrum Swap
  149. iOS 8.1.2 Fixes Ringtone Bug
  150. AWS-3 Auction Slows as Bids Near $42 Billion
  151. Cyber attack could cost Sony studio as much as $100 million
  152. U.S. Congress expected to reboot Internet tax issues in 2015
  153. Intel unveils platform to simplify connectivity of products
  154. Belden to buy cybersecurity firm Tripwire for $710 million
  155. Ting to Add GSM Support Next Year
  156. Uber Is Ordered by Spain and Thailand to Halt Operations
  157. DealBook: SecondMarket Nearly Sweeps Latest Bitcoin Auction
  158. GungHo to launch 'Puzzle & Dragons' in China with Tencent
  159. Google's Hangouts App for Android Given New Features
  160. U.S. manufacturers group opposes stricter Internet regulations
  161. Dr. Phil's startup launches video visits with U.S. therapists
  162. AT&T and US Cellular Propose PCS Spectrum Swap
  163. Google Expands Availability of Watch Faces to Android Wear
  164. Nokia Brings HERE Maps to Google Play Store
  165. Facebook Brings 'Trending' View to Mobile
  166. AT&T Replacing Alltel Brand with Its Own Across Georgia
  167. Instagram crosses 300 million users, edges past Twitter
  168. U.S. Internet start-up Connect gets investment from China's Fosun
  169. Fancy a quick getaway? JetSmarter app will hail a private jet
  170. Ebay considering cutting 10 percent of workforce: WSJ
  171. Censors loom large over Sony's PlayStation China prospects
  172. Microsoft exec sees autumn release for Windows 10
  173. Qualcomm to Trim Headcount By 600
  174. Sprint to Preload Uber on Most Android Phones
  175. AT&T Expands VoLTE Footprint
  176. Amazon job posts hint at global ambitions for same-day delivery
  177. State of the Art: Online Deals for Holiday Shopping: Buyer Beware
  178. Machine Learning: Searching for the Best Weather App Among Weather Underground, Weath
  179. App Smart: The Best Calendar Apps for Setting Your Agenda for the Days Ahead
  180. Gadgetwise: A Review of Digital Technology for Children
  181. Uber’s System for Screening Drivers Draws Scrutiny
  182. Google News to shut in Spain ahead of new publisher rights law
  183. India court orders Xiaomi to suspend smartphone sales: Economic Times
  184. Alibaba-backed China mobile app Momo says CEO to fight misconduct allegations
  185. EU's Vestager to meet Google complainants in coming weeks
  186. Father of Web tells Russia's Putin: Internet is not a 'CIA project'
  187. RadioShack says it expects cost cuts to save $400 million a year
  188. Qualcomm Adds LTE Cat 9 to Snapdragon 810
  189. Loan platform operator LendingClub's shares soar in debut
  190. Censors loom large over Sony's PlayStation prospects in China
  191. FCC Wants Input On Reverse Auction Rules
  192. Iowa May Offer Smartphone-Based Driver's License In 2015
  193. Google Search for iPhone Hits Version 5.0, Adds Material Design
  194. Chromecast Gains Material Design and Guest Mode
  195. Apple and IBM Release First Wave of Enterprise Apps
  196. Canada competition watchdog probing Apple mobile carrier deals
  197. All the rage a year ago, bitcoin sputters as adoption stalls
  198. Original Apple computer sells for $365,000 at New York auction
  199. Google to close engineering office in Russia: WSJ
  200. Trillion dollar IT trade deal on a knife-edge at the WTO
  201. Droid Turbo Gains VoLTE with Software Update from Verizon
  202. All calm amid political storm at 'Interview' premiere
  203. Canon EOS 7D Mark II
  204. China's Baidu to invest in taxi-hailing app Uber
  205. SoftBank shrinks U.S. office, marking end of failed T-Mobile bid
  206. Mega retailers battle to survive as e-commerce booms in China
  207. Amaya confirms probe by Quebec securities regulator
  208. Women's safety in focus as Uber rivals race across Southeast Asia
  209. Cricket Fishing for Prepaid Customers with $100 Lure
  210. Google Gives Fit and Translate New Powers
  211. WTO talks fail to clinch deal on trillion dollar IT tariff cuts
  212. Adobe shares soar after Fotolia buy, Creative Cloud jump
  213. Bits Blog: Chicago and New York Officials Look to Build Uber-Like Apps for Taxis
  214. Bits Blog: Facebook Chief Says Secret of His Success Is Making Lots of Mistakes
  215. Bits Blog: Cisco’s Networks Will Analyze Us
  216. Bits Blog: G.E. Teams Up With SoftBank in Big Data Business
  217. Bits Blog: Google News to Shut Down in Spain
  218. Skype's Qik App Now Lets Users Save Videos to Camera Roll
  219. BlackBerry Improves BBM with Support for Lollipop and iOS 8
  220. Apple behavior in Canada may have raised prices: court filing
  221. Sony 'spooked' over possibility of more attacks: government source
  222. Canada Black Friday, Cyber Monday weekend spending up: Moneris
  223. Sony executive may face call from Sharpton to resign over emails about race
  224. Facebook dumps Microsoft Web search results
  225. W.T.O. Fails on High-Tech Tariff Deal
  226. Bits Blog: Paris Court Gives Uber a Bit of Good News
  227. Court Weighs Facebook’s Right to Challenge Search Warrants on Users’ Behalf
  228. Exclusive: Iran hackers may target U.S. energy, defense firms, FBI warns
  229. Alleged UK hacking of Belgian telecoms firm was far-reaching-reports
  230. Hackers vs James Bond: 'SPECTRE' script stolen in Sony attack
  231. Xiaomi's India smartphone ban exposes wider patent risk
  232. Bits Blog: Trying to Swim in a Sea of Social Media Invective
  233. Online Trail Leads to Arrest of Indian as Man Behind Posts Backing the Islamic State
  234. News Analysis: Where Tech Giants Protect Privacy
  235. The New Smoke: China’s E-Cigarette Boom Lacks Oversight for Safety
  236. Xiaomi made $56 million profit in 2013: filing
  237. Bits Blog: Jeff Bezos’ Lemonade Stand
  238. Sony demands halt to reporting from leaked documents, some media outlets say
  239. Taiwan's TSMC optimistic for 2015, could help China develop chip industry
  240. Zumtobel to focus more on software, CEO says
  241. Sony hacking highlights challenge to CEO Hirai's 'One Sony' vision
  242. Amazon workers strike in Germany as Christmas orders peak
  243. Ahead of taxi protest, France says UberPop to be banned
  244. Hony, JD.com lead $148 million investment in travel firm Tuniu
  245. Ontario Teachers, Thoma Bravo to buy Riverbed for $3.6 billion
  246. Booking.com offers concession in bid to end competition probes
  247. The Rise of a New Smartphone Giant: China’s Xiaomi
  248. In Big Data, Shepherding Comes First
  249. Stockholm’s Housing Shortage Threatens to Stifle Fast-Growing Start-Ups
  250. Sony Pictures Demands That News Agencies Delete ‘Stolen’ Data