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  1. Facebook Adding Tips About Nearby Places to Newsfeed
  2. FCC Sets New E911 Location Rules for Carriers
  3. U.S. consistently raised concerns with China on IT rules: trade office
  4. FCC spectrum auction ends, raises record $44.9 billion
  5. In China, US tech firms turn to domestic rivals for survival
  6. Google fourth-quarter revenue misses Wall Street target
  7. Amazon sales rise in holiday quarter, shares jump
  8. Broadcom's fourth-quarter revenue beats expectations
  9. Spotify expresses interest to raise $500 million: WSJ
  10. Google Revenue Is Higher, but Profit Misses Expectations
  11. Amazon Reports a Profit, Citing Prime as the Key
  12. Alibaba Profit Surges, but a Revenue Gain of 40% Still Misses Forecasts
  13. Bits Blog: Chinese Government Takes Aim at E-Commerce Giant Alibaba Over Fake Goods
  14. Tencent inks exclusive online partnership for NBA games in China
  15. AWS move, disclosure suggest Amazon yielding more to Wall Street
  16. China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths
  17. Google to change privacy policy after investigation by UK data watchdog
  18. China Further Tightens Grip on the Internet
  19. Nokia's Z Launcher for Android Earns First Major Upgrade
  20. China's Alibaba meets with commerce regulator over fake product row
  21. BMW fixes security flaw in its in-car software
  22. EU executive mulls introduction of new data retention law
  23. Google Opens 'Now' to Third-Party Apps
  24. AT&T, Verizon Dominate AWS-3 Auction
  25. Vine Releases Kid-Friendly Version of Its App
  26. Verizon Wireless Does About Face On Supercookies
  27. Chicago to Install LTE 4G Throughout Subway System
  28. AT&T top buyer at U.S. airwaves auction; Verizon, Dish spend big
  29. Uber will improve privacy, data security following report
  30. IBM brings back bonuses for top execs even as profits slide
  31. Mind Your Manners, Companies Are Rating You
  32. Bits Blog: Verizon Wireless to Allow Complete Opt Out of Mobile ‘Supercookies’
  33. Common Sense: How, and Why, Apple Overtook Microsoft
  34. Bits Blog: Uber Pledges to Improve Data Privacy Practices
  35. HTC Says Lollipop Rollout Going Slower Than Hoped
  36. AT&T to Use Auction Winnings to Boost Downlink Performance
  37. Alibaba meets with China regulator, controversial report retracted
  38. Intel buys former Infineon 'Internet of Things' chip unit Lantiq
  39. Japan's Line to launch online grocery shopping in Thailand, plans to expand
  40. Hard-Charging Uber Tries Olive Branch
  41. Hackers Use Old Lure on Web to Help Syrian Government
  42. Bits Blog: A Question Over the Reach of Europe’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’
  43. Uber tightens driver screening in India, to check criminal records
  44. Sprint May Scoop Up Half of RadioShack's Stores
  45. Verzon Begins Updating Samsung Galaxy S5 to Lollipop
  46. Qualcomm Boasts of Snapdragon 810 Support
  47. FCC Commish Calls to Question Dish's Auction Discounts
  48. Intel to Buy Lantiq to Further Internet of Things
  49. Verizon close to deals to sell over $10 billion in assets: WSJ
  50. RadioShack may close, Sprint to get half of chain: BBG
  51. Obama seeks $14 billion to boost U.S. cybersecurity defenses
  52. Republican lawmakers urge Obama to work with them on Internet rules
  53. Washington lawmakers consider statewide rules for ridesharing
  54. In Net Neutrality Push, F.C.C. Is Expected to Propose Regulating Internet Service as
  55. Bits Blog: F.C.C. Chief Wants to Override State Laws Curbing Community Net Services
  56. Bits Blog: Raspberry Pi Computer Gains More Horsepower
  57. DealBook: Silicon Valley Boom Unnerves Some Venture Capitalists
  58. AT&T Looking to Sell Assets for Cash
  59. Verizon Closer to $10B Asset Sale to Pay Down Debt
  60. Alaska Communications Divests Wireless Business
  61. Apple to invest $2 billion to convert sapphire plant to data center
  62. AT&T to sell data centers worth $2 billion: sources
  63. Lenovo quarterly revenue jumps 31 percent, tops expectations
  64. Facebook, Twitter lock horns in post-Super Bowl battle of the statistics
  65. Japan's Sharp sees third loss in four years as smartphone display sales sag
  66. China blasts NetEase for spreading porn in latest push to cleanse cyberspace
  67. Samsung Elec will consider M&A when appropriate: executive
  68. Panasonic says on track to meet annual profit target despite third quarter dip
  69. Bits Blog: Apple to Open Giant Data Center in Arizona
  70. President Tweaks the Rules on Data Collection
  71. Exec In Charge of Samsung Galaxy S6 Calls It Quits
  72. China's internet population hits 649 million, 86 pct on phones
  73. Amazon, Sprint may buy some Radioshack stores: Bloomberg
  74. Samsung Electronics names new mobile marketing head before key launch
  75. Alibaba's Jack Ma dethroned as China's richest by solar magnate: report
  76. SAP launches biggest software product overhaul in two decades
  77. ARM Announces Cortex A72 for 2016's Smartphones
  78. TileArt App for Windows Phone Encourages Creativity
  79. Review: Kyocera DuraXV for Verizon Wireless
  80. Samsung Adds 'Good' to Its Knox Platform
  81. Microsoft Brings Bing to Android Lock Screen
  82. Google-appointed panel to recommend EU only 'right to be forgotten'
  83. ARM Holdings unveils beefed-up smartphone chip design
  84. Twitter stock jumps on ad partnership with mobile apps, websites
  85. T-Mobile MVNO Univision Adds No-Cost International Calling
  86. 'Grand Theft Auto' publisher Take-Two ups full-year profit forecast
  87. Yahoo to spin off Small Business unit with Alibaba stake
  88. Uber proposes new registration system for South Korea drivers
  89. Samsung loses pole position in India smartphone market to Micromax: Canalys
  90. Accused Silk Road operator never abandoned website, U.S. tells jury
  91. Sony trims loss forecast after strong third quarter, sees higher sensor sales
  92. Grid Sensors Could Ease Disruptions of Power
  93. DealBook: Brokerage Firms Worry About Breaches by Hackers, Not Terrorists
  94. Bits Blog: SAP Aggressively Moves Customers to Its Database
  95. About New York: High-Tech Fashion Redefines Meaning of Revealing Clothing
  96. Monty Oum, Web-Series Animator, Dies at 33
  97. Instagram Videos Now Loop Automatically
  98. Cognizant quarterly revenue rises on higher IT spending
  99. China to ban online impersonation accounts, enforce real-name registration
  100. Micromax overtakes Samsung in India smartphone market: Canalys research
  101. Verizon Juggles Data Plan Options Again
  102. FCC Chief Says Title II Is the Way Forward for Net Neutrality
  103. Accused Silk Road operator convicted on U.S. drug charges
  104. Twitter shares poised for big move after results
  105. White House 'encouraged' by FCC's net neutrality proposal
  106. Software maker Tableau's revenue trumps estimates
  107. Typo Keyboard Maker Hit with Fine for Violating Injunction
  108. Under Armour Buys Endomondo and MyFitnessPal
  109. Twitter and Google strike deal to show tweets in search results: Bloomberg
  110. South Korea rejects Uber registration proposal, vows to shut firm down
  111. Accused Silk Road operator convicted on U.S. drug charges
  112. Paypal's retail chief quits ahead of eBay split
  113. Exclusive: Apple's health tech takes early lead among top hospitals
  114. Exclusive: Obama finds bipartisan support for first 'Big Data' privacy plan
  115. U.S. health insurer Anthem hit by massive cybersecurity breach
  116. Swatch says to launch smart watch in next 2-3 months
  117. Olympus OM-D E-M5 II First Impressions Review
  118. State of the Art: Giving Drone Industry Leeway to Innovate
  119. Anthem Health Insurer Says Hackers Breached Data of Millions
  120. Machine Learning: Led by Tinder, the Mobile Dating Game Surges
  121. Disruptions: Why Google Glass Broke
  122. Bits Blog: Twitter and Google Said to Reach Deal on Search
  123. Tweets to Return to Google Search
  124. For Google, new FCC rules may bring unfamiliar government oversight
  125. Obama cyber adviser calls Anthem hack "quite concerning"
  126. Sony's Pascal to quit co-chair post after cyberattack upheaval
  127. Sprint's HTC One and Galaxy S5 Earn Lollipop
  128. Sprint Touts Network Progress
  129. RadioShack files for bankruptcy, sell up to 2,400 stores
  130. Twitter fourth-quarter revenue rises 97 percent
  131. Verizon to sell wireline operations and towers worth over $15 billion
  132. U.S. tech groups ask White House for help with China policies
  133. Hiring business drives LinkedIn revenue beat
  134. RadioShack Declares Bankruptcy, to Sell Stores to Sprint
  135. Verizon to Sell Landline Biz to Frontier for $10 Billion
  136. SEC probes Blackberry options trading ahead of Reuters report about Samsung talks
  137. RadioShack files for bankruptcy; Sprint to take over some stores
  138. Verizon to sell wireline operations, towers worth $15.6 billion
  139. Sharp says not considering sale of any overseas factories
  140. U.S. states probe massive data breach at health insurer Anthem
  141. U.S. businesses ask White House to help on China cybersecurity rules
  142. Canon EOS 5DS / 5DS R First Impressions Review
  143. Canon EOS Rebel T6s/T6i (760D/750D) First Impressions Review
  144. Flawed Security Is Suspected of Leaving Anthem Vulnerable to Hackers
  145. Twitter’s Revenue Grows Despite User Stagnation
  146. Amy Pascal Lands in Sony’s Outbox
  147. Maps and Play Music Garner Updates from Google
  148. SEC Investigating Suspicious BlackBerry Trades
  149. Google panel backs firm on EU limit to 'right to be forgotten'
  150. Family money puts its faith in European technology
  151. China to have most robots in world by 2017
  152. Feds can't indefinitely gag Yahoo about subpoena, judge rules
  153. Google can disrupt car industry but is no automaker, Daimler says
  154. Anthem warns customers of email scam after data breach
  155. FCC's 2016 Reverse Auction Sees Opening Bids Set
  156. Republicans to Battle FCC Broadband Plan
  157. Masayoshi Son Would Consider Selling Sprint Spectrum
  158. Aquaris E4.5 the First Official Ubuntu Smartphone to Ship
  159. RadioShack would accept liquidation bids: lawyer
  160. Motorola exploring possible sale: Bloomberg
  161. Senators Question Verizon's Use of Supercookies
  162. Motorola exploring possible sale: Bloomberg
  163. Feds can't indefinitely gag Yahoo about subpoena, judge rules
  164. Data Breach at Anthem May Lead to Others
  165. What Anthem Customers Should Do Next After Data Breach
  166. British Court Says Spying on Data Was Illegal
  167. White House Accelerates Drive to Improve Data Privacy
  168. Bits Blog: New Data Shows Apple’s Explosive Growth in China
  169. Beyond the breach: cyberattacks force a defense strategy re-think
  170. China's Alibaba to invest $590 million in smartphone maker Meizu
  171. Alibaba's Ant Financial valued at $30 billion amid funding talks: Caixin
  172. A Prickly Partnership for Uber and Google
  173. Uncovering Security Flaws in Digital Education Products for Schoolchildren
  174. Report Sees Weak Security in Cars’ Wireless Systems
  175. Bits Blog: VPNs Dissolve National Boundaries Online, for Work and Movie-Watching
  176. As Technology Entrepreneurs Multiply in Vietnam, So Do Regulations
  177. ARM buys Dutch 'Internet of Things' software firm Offspark
  178. Google Scoops Up Photo Backup App
  179. Exclusive: Qualcomm nears $1 billion deal resolving China antitrust dispute
  180. RadioShack gets court approval for interim bankruptcy loan
  181. New York plans cybersecurity reviews of insurers after breach
  182. Turkey tops countries demanding content removal: Twitter
  183. Skype for Android Better at Sharing Photos
  184. LG Offering Free Google Cardboard to G3 Buyers
  185. Low-End Lumias to Get Stripped Down Windows 10
  186. ARM Acquires Offspark
  187. Latest Skype for iPhone Update Brings Back URI Support
  188. Bits Blog: Apple Grabs 93% of the Handset Industry’s Profit, Report Says
  189. Bits Blog: Sidecar, a Ride-Hailing Start-Up, Pushes Into Package Delivery
  190. Qualcomm to pay $975 million to resolve China antitrust dispute
  191. IBM sues Priceline for patent infringement in U.S. court
  192. Amid mobile slump, Samsung needs more outside customers for its chips and panels
  193. Microsoft and Samsung Bury the Patent Hatchet
  194. Qualcomm Settles with Chinese Anti-Monopoly Investigation
  195. Microsoft, Samsung settle contract dispute over patents
  196. Microsoft, Samsung settle contract dispute over patents
  197. Qualcomm to pay $975 million to resolve China antitrust dispute
  198. Japan's SoftBank third quarter profit slips 5.9 percent, no end to Sprint costs
  199. Facebook brings Internet push to India, ties with Reliance Comm
  200. Hong Kong warns over digital currencies amid alleged bitcoin fraud
  201. Bits Blog: Twitter Reports a Surge in Government Data Requests
  202. China Hits Qualcomm With Fine
  203. Canon to buy video surveillance leader Axis for $2.8 billion
  204. With antitrust deal done, Qualcomm still faces China challenges
  205. Samsung Electronics 2015 dividend likely less than 2014: source
  206. JetBlue First Airline to Accept Apple Pay In-Flight
  207. Yahoo Requiring Apps to Use OAuth to Protect Users
  208. Sony Xperia E4 Targets the Low End
  209. U.S. to establish new cybersecurity agency
  210. 'CyberCaliphate' hacks Newsweek Twitter account, threatens Obama
  211. FBI investigating Newsweek Twitter hack that threatened Obamas: White House
  212. Facebook Makes It Easier to Buy and Sell Stuff
  213. Cricket Follows AT&T's Lead with Unlimited Calls to Mexico
  214. Coordinates: An Incubator for Innovation
  215. Bits Blog: Chinese Regulator Defends Fine Against Qualcomm
  216. Chinese Phone Upstarts Sell With Personality, Not Product
  217. Bits Blog: IBM’s Watson Turns Japanese and Moves Into Robots
  218. Apple investing $850 million in California solar farm
  219. U.S. states say Anthem too slow to inform customers of breach
  220. Review: Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE for Boost Mobile
  221. Qik Makes Sharing Videos Across Social Networks Simpler
  222. FCC Commissioner Pai Breaks Rank, Rails Against Net Neutrality
  223. Lawmakers Revive WiFi Innovation Act
  224. Apple in big solar power deal, market cap closes over $700 billion
  225. Obama, in call with China's Xi, calls for narrowing of cyber issues
  226. Exclusive: France's Sigfox taps Telefonica, GDF Suez to raise $113 million - sources
  227. Smartphone theft drops in London, two U.S. cities as anti-theft 'kill switches' insta
  228. Dating apps pose U.S. corporate security risk, says IBM
  229. U.S. states say Anthem too slow to inform customers of breach
  230. Obama Administration Plans to Open Center to Fight Cyberattacks
  231. Bits Blog: Apple Building Solar Farm to Power California Operations
  232. Russian dual-screen YotaPhone places big bet on China
  233. Lumia Denim Now Pushing to Verizon's Icon
  234. Nokia Updates HERE Maps for Android and Windows
  235. Sprint Calls AT&T, Verizon's Bluff on Telecom Investment
  236. AT&T Seeding Lollipop to LG G3
  237. Telecity looks to 'cloud' growth with $2.2 billion Interxion deal
  238. Mithril, doubling down, leads $50 million investment in AppDirect
  239. Dutch government website outage caused by cyber attack
  240. Experts warn 2015 could be 'Year of the Healthcare Hack'
  241. Exclusive-Survey: Trouble for Amazon Prime's two-day deliveries?
  242. Microsoft Puts Purchase of Sunrise On Its Calendar
  243. Carriers Have to Unlock Eligible Phones Beginning Today
  244. Lurching Start for Tesla in China
  245. State of the Art: Google’s Time at the Top May Be Nearing Its End
  246. Machine Learning: Test of Strength: Fitness Apps vs. Personal Trainers
  247. App Smart: ‘Karate’ Means Empty Hand, but You’ll Need Your Handheld Device
  248. Robust switching sales power strong quarter for Cisco
  249. Icahn values Apple at more than $1 trillion
  250. Anthem offers free identity-theft protection after breach