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  1. Sony’s International Incident: Making Kim Jong-un’s Head Explode
  2. BlackBerry Adds Message Retraction to Windows Phone App
  3. T-Mobile Offers Progress Report On Wideband LTE Rollout
  4. U.S. faces tough questions in Apple e-books antitrust appeal
  5. Big tech aims at talent shortage with 'Hour of Code' campaign
  6. Google faces $18 million fine for web privacy violations: Dutch watchdog
  7. BT opts for EE over O2 for $19.6 billion UK mobile deal
  8. Diverse allies rally for Microsoft in overseas data fight
  9. Ex-Google employees launch app to make you smarter about health, fitness
  10. Sony studio chiefs aim to reassure employees after damaging hack
  11. LG Electronics to launch quantum dot TVs in early 2015
  12. Nonemployed: As Robots Grow Smarter, American Workers Struggle to Keep Up
  13. Bits Blog: Tech and Media Companies Back Microsoft in Privacy Case
  14. Bits Blog: Uber Stumbles in Sydney Standoff
  15. France Says It Will Ban Uber’s Low-Cost Service in New Year
  16. Microsoft Testing New Gestures for Windows Phone
  17. Google Adds Functionality to Docs, Sheets, and Slides for Android
  18. Sony Pictures warns staff on fraudsters misusing stolen data
  19. As Qualcomm decision looms, U.S. presses China on antitrust policy
  20. Imagination Tech sees 'significant' improvement ahead after profit fall
  21. Tencent, Sony strike China music distribution deal
  22. Resurgent BT comes back to haunt old rival Vodafone
  23. Xiaomi gets temporary go-ahead for phone sales in India
  24. Dotcom darling changes hands for $120 million
  25. Innovators of Intelligence Look to Past
  26. Study to Examine Effects of Artificial Intelligence
  27. Bits Blog: Lawyers in iPod Trial Await Jury Decision
  28. Bits Blog: Dozens More Companies Sign Up for Apple Pay
  29. Instagram Adds New Filters to Android and iOS Apps
  30. Google, Verizon Sign Patent Pact
  31. T-Mobile Starts Deploying LTE On Its 700MHz Spectrum
  32. T-Mobile Intros Rollover Data, Called Data Stash
  33. Sprint to Sell Nokia Lumia 635
  34. Apple wins digital music U.S. antitrust trial
  35. Apple says online store in Russia is down due to rouble fluctuations
  36. Ex-Sony employees sue, claim company failed to protect data
  37. Uber says only some employees have access to 'God View'
  38. Orange executive sees BT/EE deal closing by early 2016
  39. FCC to Smack Sprint with $105M Cramming Fine
  40. FCC eyes $105 million fine for Sprint over phone bill 'cramming'
  41. U.S. startup sues France's Orange over social calling app: FT
  42. U.S. judge OKs Seattle artist's 'Angry Birds' lawsuit
  43. High-end full frame roundup (2014)
  44. High-end pocketable compacts roundup (2014)
  45. Enthusiast mirrorless camera roundup (2014)
  46. Enthusiast DSLR camera roundup (2014)
  47. Mid-range Mirrorless camera roundup (2014)
  48. Consumer DSLR Camera Roundup (2014)
  49. Enthusiast Compact Camera Roundup (2014)
  50. Apple Prevails in Antitrust Suit Over iPod Music
  51. Bits Blog: T-Mobile Allows Subscribers to Hold on to Unused Mobile Data
  52. DealBook: Time Inc. Begins Accepting Bitcoin Payments
  53. Bits Blog: Europe’s Internet Use Surges
  54. New York premiere of North Korea comedy canceled after threats
  55. Uber faces tough rivals, regulatory glare in China
  56. Rocket Internet's online food delivery service expands in southeast Europe
  57. U.S. startup sues France's Orange over social calling app
  58. EU clears Lufthansa outsourcing deal with IBM
  59. Canada court to order Apple to turn over records in iPhone probe
  60. BlackBerry woos keyboard loyalists with Classic device launch
  61. Amazon workers in Germany extend strike
  62. Google’s Detractors Take Their Fight to the States
  63. State of the Art: Amazon Not as Unstoppable as It May Appear
  64. Bits Blog: Throwback BlackBerry Classic Hits the Right Keys
  65. Early Look at Web Videos, for a Small Monthly Fee
  66. Facebook Says Rooms Should Now Be Easier to Find
  67. AT&T Says It Will Sell the BlackBerry Classic
  68. BlackBerry Shows Off the QWERTY-Equipped Classic
  69. Samsung GS4 Mini Updated with Support for VoLTE
  70. Google Drive for Android and iOS Given New Features
  71. U.S. fears Sony hackers may never be caught: law enforcement official
  72. Leaked Sony emails show Loeb influence on studio execs
  73. Uber turns to Brussels in battle to gain ground in Europe
  74. Google Maps and Inbox for Android Improved
  75. Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for Sprint
  76. Yahoo Updates Android and iOS Weather Apps
  77. Hands-On: BlackBerry Classic
  78. U.S. investigators link North Korea to Sony hacking: sources
  79. Uber plans tighter screening for drivers
  80. IBM says cloud business enjoying 'breakthrough year'
  81. Uber plans tighter screening for drivers
  82. Entry-level mirrorless roundup (2014)
  83. High-end full frame roundup (2014)
  84. Sprint Is Sued Over Cellphone Bill ‘Cramming’
  85. Sony Pictures Cancels Holiday Release of ‘The Interview’ After Threats
  86. App Smart: Bringing Fun and Order To the Holiday Season
  87. Google looks to head off U.S. antitrust lawsuit over Android
  88. IBM says cloud business enjoying "breakthrough year"
  89. Accenture quarterly revenue rises 7.3 percent
  90. Alcatel Lucent, Nokia Networks in merger talks: Manager Magazin
  91. China's to sell Gap clothing, vying with Alibaba to woo Western brands
  92. U.S. Said to Find North Korea Ordered Cyberattack on Sony
  93. Bits Blog: Uber Pledges to Strengthen Background Checks for Drivers
  94. Rise of the car-sharing apps poses threat to auto sector
  95. GE to launch breakdancing documentary for streaming devices
  96. New York regulator lays out tweaks to bitcoin rules
  97. Microsoft Targeting January for Lumia Denim Update
  98. Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Starbucks Gift Cards via Text
  99. Microsoft to Sell MixRadio Service to Line
  100. Microsoft Expands Xim's Sharing Abilities to TVs
  101. Google Seeks to Dismiss Antitrust Lawsuit Over Android
  102. U.S. considers 'proportional' response to Sony hacking attack
  103. Apple's Cook makes 'substantial' donation for *** rights in U.S. South
  104. Sharpton stops short of calling on Sony executive to resign
  105. White House says U.S. weighing proportionate response to Sony hack
  106. FCC Agrees to Help Better Define Data Roaming Rates
  107. Google Fails to Have Lawsuit Dismissed
  108. Washington tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack
  109. Exclusive: Google aiming to go straight into car with next Android - sources
  110. Uber's fight of California data-sharing rule highlights its bumpy road
  111. EBay parts ways with controversial political group ALEC
  112. EBay CEO to get $23 million exit package after PayPal split
  113. U.S. Weighs Response to Sony Cyberattack, With North Korea Confrontation Possible
  114. Bits Blog: The Lesson of the Sony Hack: We Should All Jump to the ‘Erasable Internet’
  115. Bits Blog: Uber Driver in Boston Area Is Charged With Rape
  116. Amazon's cloud business a harder sell in post-Snowden era
  117. For North Korea's cyber army, long-term target may be telecoms, utility grids
  118. Sony: Europe holiday sales of PlayStation 4 'inventory challenged'
  119. Samsung's ChatON to Send Final Message in March
  120. BlackBerry third-quarter revenue falls more than expected, shares slide
  121. BlackBerry closes acquisition of Germany's Secusmart
  122. DealBook: New York Regulator Outlines Changes to Bitcoin Rules
  123. U.S. blames North Korea for Sony cyber attack, vows 'consequences'
  124. U.S. settles lawsuit with T-Mobile U.S. over cramming
  125. Washington is limited in its response to North Korea over Sony hack
  126. Facebook Adds Holiday Cheer to Messenger
  127. T-Mobile Settles FCC Cramming Charges for $90 Million
  128. Verizon Pushing Windows Phone 8.1 to Lumia 928, 822
  129. BlackBerry Finalizes Secusmart Acquisition
  130. BlackBerry works with Boeing on phone that self-destructs
  131. Bitcoin backer gets two years prison for illicit transfers
  132. Staples says security breach may have affected 1.16 million cards
  133. Yahoo to Sunset Yet More Products, Intro IMAP Email
  134. Obama vows U.S. response to North Korea over Sony cyber attack
  135. U.S. judge rejects HP settlement in Autonomy shareholder case
  136. Nikon D750
  137. Obama Vows U.S. Response to North Korea Cyberattack on Sony
  138. Google Files Suit Against Mississippi Attorney General
  139. Staples Says Security Breach May Have Affected 1.16 Million Cards
  140. BlackBerry Narrows Loss in Quarter, but Revenue Declines
  141. Bits Blog: Rent the Runway, a Designer Fashion Start-Up, Raises $60 Million
  142. North Korea denies hacking Sony, U.S. stands by its assertion
  143. U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers
  144. North Korea Warns U.S. Not to Take Sony Action
  145. U.S. firm finds malware targeting visitors to Afghan government websites
  146. Bits Blog: Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber
  147. Obama Says He’ll Weigh Returning North Korea to Terror List
  148. U.S. firm finds malware targeting visitors to Afghan government websites
  149. China tells U.S. opposes all forms of cyber attacks, 'terrorism'
  150. Mexico competition watchdog signs off on AT&T's Iusacell buy
  151. China condemns cyberattacks, but does not mention North Korea
  152. South Korea nuclear plant operator says hacked, but no risk to reactors
  153. Taiwan says Uber 'violating law' by operating without license
  154. Xiaomi raising over $1 billion from investors including GIC: source
  155. Activity trackers get smarter at measuring fitness
  156. In China, a Rapid Jump to Mobile Advertising
  157. F.T.C. Raises Its Voice Under Its Soft-Spoken Chairwoman
  158. YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots
  159. YouTube’s Chief, Hitting a New ‘Play’ Button
  160. Google+ Updated with Support for iPhone 6/6 Plus
  161. Ticketmaster Adopts Apple Pay for Ticket Sales
  162. Mexican Regulators Approve AT&T's Iusacell Acquisition
  163. ZTE to Focus On Fewer Phones for 2015
  164. North Korea has Internet outage; hacking may be to blame: U.S. expert
  165. U.S. says North Korea call for joint probe of Sony hack 'absurd'
  166. U.S. FCC pauses Comcast-Time Warner merger review until January 12
  167. Attack Is Suspected as North Korean Internet Collapses
  168. Facebook Angers Russian Opposition by Blocking Protest Page
  169. T-Mobile's Prepaid Service Adds the ZTE Zinger
  170. Yahoo Adds Search Tools to Aviate Android Launcher
  171. South Korea official says cannot rule out North's hand in hack of nuclear operator
  172. More Americans disapprove of Sony film cancellation: Reuters/Ipsos poll
  173. North Korea's Internet links restored amid U.S. hacking dispute
  174. Apple pushes first ever automated security update to Mac users
  175. JPMorgan data breach entry point identified: NYT
  176. South Korea steps up cyber security at nuclear plants
  177. DealBook: Entry Point of JPMorgan Data Breach Is Identified
  178. DealBook: Financial Start-Ups Aim to Court the Anti-Finance Crowd
  179. Alibaba spent $161 million fighting fakes since 2013
  180. Top congressional Democrat asks Sony for hack details
  181. Apple's Patent Consortium to Sell 4,000 Patents for $900M
  182. Boost Mobile Trots Out the ZTE Speed for $99
  183. Samsung Preps Faster, More Efficient RAM
  184. Huawei's smartphone sales shoot up after copying Xiaomi's online strategy
  185. Bits Blog: Data Broker Is Charged With Selling Consumers’ Financial Details to Frauds
  186. Sony’s ‘The Interview’ Will Come to Some Theaters After All
  187. Bits Blog: TripAdvisor Fined $610,000 in Italy for Failing to Prevent Fake Reviews
  188. South Korea prosecutors indict local Uber subsidiary: Yonhap
  189. South Korea seeks China's cooperation in probe into cyberattack on nuclear operator
  190. News Analysis: Countering Cyberattacks Without a Playbook
  191. Japan, wary of North Korea, works to secure infrastructure after Sony attack
  192. Google's YouTube tentatively agrees to stream 'The Interview': CNN
  193. Review: BlackBerry Classic
  194. U.S. Postal Service eyes e-commerce to offset declining mail
  195. Facebook must face lawsuit over scanning of users' messages: judge
  196. Sears says online chief resigns, key member of management team
  197. Sony Streams ‘The Interview’ on YouTube, Google Play and Xbox
  198. Bits Blog: Uber C.E.O. Charged With Violating South Korea Transport Laws
  199. Bits Blog: Uber Adds E-Hail Taxi Fee for New York City Riders
  200. State of the Art: Retina 5K iMac: Powerful Proof of the PC Renaissance
  201. Sony puts 'The Interview' on YouTube, other digital platforms
  202. YouTube's release of 'The Interview' a chance to show off paid video chops
  203. Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox hit by delays
  204. Tizen TV no substitute for Samsung's long-awaited answer to Android
  205. Sony's 'Interview' draws U.S. moviegoers who trumpet free speech
  206. Bits Blog: New Study Adds to Skepticism Among Security Experts That North Korea Was B
  207. ‘The Interview’ Begins Screening in Select Theaters
  208. GoldieBlox Tries to Prove Itself — This Time Without the Beastie Boys
  209. Home Tech: 10 Home Robots to Lighten Your Domestic Chores
  210. China's antitrust regulator says Qualcomm case to be settled soon
  211. Toshiba CEO says will consider overseas locations for chip plant
  212. South Korea extends cyberattack emergency system for nuclear plants
  213. Iran expands 'smart' Internet censorship
  214. M.B.A. Programs Start to Follow Silicon Valley Into the Data Age
  215. Bits Blog: Management in a Digital Economy
  216. Kodak Phone To Be Shown at CES
  217. Amazon draws 10 million new Prime members over holidays
  218. Bits Blog: Sony and Microsoft Game Console Networks Disrupted
  219. North Korea blames U.S. for Internet outages
  220. Risks in Using Social Media to Spot Signs of Mental Distress
  221. A Flurry of Varying Cellphone Offers Sows Confusion Among Consumers
  222. Sony works for 3rd day to restore PlayStation after attack
  223. Sony works for third day to restore PlayStation after attack
  224. Suspected state hacking campaign used commercial software
  225. Amazon Offers All-You-Can-Eat Books. Authors Turn Up Noses.
  226. North Korea Accuses U.S. of Staging Internet Failure
  227. Technophoria: The Scoreboards Where You Can’t See Your Score
  228. Prototype: Out of Tragedy, a Protective Glass for Schools
  229. South Korea nuclear operator says cyberattacks continue, reactors safe
  230. Apple makes 'The Interview' movie available on iTunes
  231. For Qualcomm, China settlement may be just the beginning
  232. Sony says PlayStation still has problems, gradually coming back online
  233. Bits Blog: A Google Gentrification Fight That Doesn’t Involve San Francisco
  234. Gmail blocked in China
  235. China's Xiaomi raises $1.1 billion from investors at $45 billion valuation
  236. Samsung Adds Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation to Note 4
  237. ‘Monster Strike’ Gives Former Social Media Giant Mixi a Second Act
  238. Bits Blog: Whether Working or Job Seeking, the Algorithm Is Watching
  239. ‘The Interview’ Brings in $15 Million on Web
  240. PlayStation Network Returning After Hacking That Also Targeted Xbox Live
  241. U.S. suspects North Korea had help attacking Sony Pictures: source
  242. Qualcomm Teases High-End Smartphone for CES
  243. U.S. suspects North Korea had help attacking Sony Pictures: source
  244. Yuri Milner's DST Global plans to invest more in U.S. start-ups
  245. Taiwan clears Xiaomi, other smartphone brands of breaching data privacy
  246. Low-risk 'worm' removed at hacked South Korea nuclear operator
  247. India's capital sets new rules for Uber, other taxi operators
  248. Bits Blog: European Start-Ups Struggle to Keep Pace With Venture Financing
  249. DealBook: Xiaomi, Chinese Phone Maker Favored by Young, Valued at $45 Billion
  250. China Adds New Barrier to Gmail