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  1. BlackBerry working with Google to secure Android devices
  2. Google's Calendar App Enjoys a Useful Update
  3. Samsung Shows Off 128GB Embedded Flash Module
  4. Lenovo website breached, hacker group Lizard Squad claims responsibility
  5. News Analysis: The Push for Net Neutrality Arose From Lack of Choice
  6. Tougher Internet rules to hit cable, telecoms companies
  7. Exclusive: China drops leading tech brands for state purchases
  8. Samsung Electronics to freeze salaries in Korea for first time since 2009
  9. Chinese rivals snap at Alibaba's heels in cross-border e-commerce race
  10. Beset by regulation, Google merges European divisions: source
  11. LG Adds LTE and NFC to Watch Urbane
  12. IBM targets $40 billion in cloud, other growth areas by 2018
  13. Gogo expects to benefit from rising demand for in-flight internet
  14. Google invests $300 million in U.S. residential solar projects
  15. In Net Neutrality Victory, F.C.C. Classifies Broadband Internet Service as a Public U
  16. French Hold 3 Journalists in Drone Episodes, but No Link to Earlier Flights Is Seen
  17. Apple faces second suit from victorious patent firm
  18. Google to show ads for apps on Google Play
  19. Apple to hold event on March 9, as Watch launch nears
  20. Uber suspends operations in Boise, Idaho
  21. AT&T Pushing Demin Update to Lumia 1520
  22. FCC Officially Approves New Net Neutrality Regulations
  23. Motorola to Let People Design Their Own Moto 360
  24. OneDrive for Windows Grabs New Security Features
  25. Silent Circle Buys Out Geeksphone
  26. Qualcomm preps technology to reduce burden on mobile networks
  27. Qualcomm's Next Target Is Unlicensed LTE Over 5GHz
  28. Alibaba's online payment firm Ant Financial eyes 2017 IPO: state media
  29. Bits Blog: Google Puts European Operations Under a Single Executive
  30. Bits Blog: Start-Up Hires Sony Electronics Executive
  31. Apple faces second suit from victorious patent firm
  32. China censorship sweep deletes more than 60,000 Internet accounts
  33. Ericsson sues Apple for telecom patent infringement
  34. China draft counterterror law strikes fear in foreign tech firms
  35. Smartflash Sues Apple Again Over Newer iPhones
  36. Ericsson Sues Apple Over Telecom Patents
  37. WTS : DJI Inspire 1 RTF Quadcopter with integrated 4K Camera
  38. Europe's big telecoms roar back to health, worrying rivals
  39. Google scraps plan to block porn on Blogger
  40. Lenovo to allay security concerns with free McAfee LiveSafe
  41. Dutch Offer Preview of Net Neutrality
  42. Bits Blog: F.C.C. Moves to Free Up Community Broadband Services
  43. Cook says Apple Watch will replace car keys: Telegraph
  44. Google submits plans to expand Silicon Valley headquarters
  45. Oracle sues Oregon officials in healthcare website dispute
  46. White House releases draft bill to protect consumer data privacy
  47. Japan's NTT Comm in talks to buy German e-shelter: source
  48. In China, Suspicions Cloud Trade Dispute Involving Tech Companies
  49. Sprint Intros Service Plan Only for Best Buy Customers
  50. White House Proposes Broad Consumer Data Privacy Bill
  51. Bits Blog: Uber Driver Database Breached by Someone Outside Company
  52. Verizon Annoyed By Dish's AWS-3 Bidding Tactics
  53. Ikea to Build Wireless Charging Into Its Furniture
  54. Bits Blog: Silicon Valley Shuttle Drivers Vote to Join Union
  55. Pentagon Shops in Silicon Valley for Game Changers
  56. Apple car rumors fuel Geneva debate about car of future
  57. AT&T to Sell LG Watch Urbane
  58. Hands-On: LG Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy
  59. Mobile industry tiptoes towards 5G
  60. China's Huawei enters smartwatch frenzy with round-face models
  61. ASML says computer systems briefly compromised, no key data accessed
  62. Orange potentially interested in deal with Telecom Italia, CEO tells paper
  63. Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to take on Apple
  64. New Internet rules set up industry's next battle
  65. Apple’s New Job: Selling a Smartwatch to an Uninterested Public
  66. Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Tout Metal and Glass Designs
  67. Samsung Pay to Be Accepted At 30 Million Locations
  68. Mozilla's Firefox OS to Reach the US Thanks to Verizon
  69. Liveblog of Samsung's Galaxy S6 Launch
  70. Hands-On: Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3
  71. Nokia CEO sees 'business as usual'; no change to outlook
  72. BlackBerry to broaden its cross-platform strategy
  73. New Standard Lets Devices Share Hardware Components Over Wi-Fi
  74. ZTE Debuts Retina-Scanning Phone Security
  75. Samsung's Knox Platform Adds More BlackBerry Tools
  76. BlackBerry Repackaging Device Management Suite
  77. BBM Gains Custom PINs, Android Wear, and TouchID
  78. LG Display, Samsung unit to supply Apple Watch screens: South Korea paper
  79. Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to battle Apple
  80. Nikon D7200 First Impressions Review
  81. Bits Blog: Samsung Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 Edge, Unveiled at Mobile World Congress,
  82. Lumia 640 XL Offers More for Phablet Lovers
  83. Microsoft Demonstrates More Windows 10 Features
  84. Microsoft Commits to Windows 10 Flagship Later This Year
  85. Microsoft Announces the Lumia 640
  86. Microsoft Pairs with AT&T to Launch Mobile Office Suite
  87. NXP to buy Freescale, create $40 billion company
  88. Qualcomm seeks to pave road to marriage of cars and smartphones
  89. BlackBerry takes its device management platform to the cloud
  90. AT&T to hook up its automated home and connected car services
  91. MediaTek Circuit Supports A4WP, PMA, and WPC Charging
  92. Intel Shows Off New Atom Processors and LTE Modem
  93. Hands On with Qualcomm's Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner
  94. Google to Work with Samsung On Mobile Payments
  95. Google Says Google-Branded Network to Launch in Months
  96. Intel launches chip for new push into low-price smartphones
  97. Honeywell, OneWeb partner to offer satellite internet to aircraft
  98. Large Google investor cuts stake amid shift to cheaper searches
  99. Sony Alpha 7S
  100. China’s Long Food Chain Plugs In
  101. How Superfish’s Security-Compromising Adware Came to Inhabit Lenovo’s PCs
  102. HP to Buy Wi-Fi Equipment Maker Aruba Networks for About $3 Billion
  103. An Uneasy Relationship Between Telecom and Tech
  104. Former HP chairman to testify in venture firm sexism trial
  105. HP to buy Wi-Fi gear maker Aruba Networks for $2.7 billion
  106. Alcatel to Sell Hero 2+ with Cyanogen In US
  107. IBM shareholder sues company, alleging it overvalued chip unit
  108. Exclusive: Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules
  109. Washington says waiting for China response on tech rule concerns
  110. Connecticut launches probe into Lenovo use of Superfish software
  111. Sony Mobile head says division is not being sold: Le Figaro
  112. Facebook's Zuckerberg seeks peace with telcos on Web-for-all push
  113. Former HP chairman admits 'mistake' in sexism trial
  114. Bits Blog: Zuckerberg Goes on Charm Offensive for
  115. Exclusive: Huawei plans big push to sell its phones, wearable devices in U.S.
  116. Costly shift to new credit cards won't fix security issues
  117. TomTom expands in Latin America with Fiat, in Europe with Hyundai
  118. Exclusive: Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules
  119. Hands On with the BlackBerry Leap
  120. BlackBerry Teases 2015 Lineup
  121. BlackBerry Leap Is The New Z10
  122. BlackBerry unveils new mid-market Leap smartphone
  123. tops expectations with 73 percent rise in quarterly revenue
  124. Israel's TowerJazz to produce sensors for Intel's 3D cameras
  125. YotaPhone 2 Launching in U.S. via Indiegogo
  126. YotaPhone Planning Cheaper YotaPhone 2c
  127. Pebble Launches Steel Version of Time Smartwatch
  128. Samsung Intros 8-Megapixel Selfie Sensor
  129. PayPal Purchases Paydiant to Improve Mobile Payments
  130. EU bets on 5G to catch up in mobile technology race
  131. EU's antitrust chief has met Google's Schmidt
  132. GM's Opel to offer cars with free Wi-Fi for one year
  133. Bits Blog: BlackBerry Announces Leap Phone, Moving Back Toward Touch Screens
  134. Bits Blog: Google Confirms Plans for Wireless Service
  135. Bits Blog: After Net Neutrality Vote, Wheeler Turns to Salesmanship
  136. Apple edges out Samsung in global smartphone sales: Gartner
  137. MediaTek to Brand Processors Under 'Helio' Name
  138. Apple exploring settlement with electric car battery maker
  139. Apple plans fix next week for newly uncovered Freak security bug
  140. Uber buys mapping startup deCarta: Mashable
  141. Huawei bumps up patent portfolio as 5G era draws near: CEO
  142. Alibaba opens first U.S. cloud center, enters hotly contested market
  143. Nextdoor Social Network Digs Deep Into Neighborhoods
  144. At Geneva Auto Show, Worry About Silicon Valley
  145. China says tech firms have nothing to fear from anti-terror law
  146. Google to Cease Updating Chrome for Android 4.0
  147. Verizon Delivering Lollipop to HTC One M8
  148. Google Overhauls Google Contacts
  149. Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and HTC One M9 MirrorLink-Enabled
  150. IBM buys AlchemyAPI to boost Watson computing unit
  151. Hands-On: Silent Circle Blackphone
  152. Reed's Risk boss reaps rewards from tackling online fraudsters
  153. Researchers Report Milestone in Developing Quantum Computer
  154. Machine Learning: In Chase of Apple, Smartphone Makers Shift Strategies
  155. HBO in talks with Apple to launch video streaming service: report
  156. Judges wary of Apple's claims of phone patent harm by Samsung
  157. Facebook's Instagram rolls out new 'carousel' ads
  158. Exclusive: Avago vied for Freescale, still seeking large deal - sources
  159. Apple to delay larger iPad production till September: report
  160. Lenders want bold overhaul of Japan's Sharp as another bailout looms
  161. Softcard to Shutter At the End of March
  162. Civic Boosters: What Is the Next “Next Silicon Valley”?
  163. Solution to Nausea Puts Virtual Reality Closer to Market
  164. Outdated Encryption Keys Leave Phones Vulnerable to Hackers
  165. Etsy, Online Bazaar for Handmade Goods, Files for Initial Offering
  166. Huawei, Intel expand tie-up amid China's rising scrutiny of U.S. tech firms
  167. Apple delays larger iPad production till September: reports
  168. Self-driving cars could generate billions in revenue: U.S. study
  169. China backs e-commerce expansion in win for Alibaba,
  170. BMW says talks with Apple don't involve developing a car
  171. Music app Shazam to add sights to sounds
  172. France, Luxembourg lose lower VAT rate battle on ebooks
  173. Kleiner ex-partner Pao to testify in own Silicon Valley bias case
  174. U.S. trade office says monitoring Alibaba e-commerce site
  175. U.S. begins auction for 50,000 bitcoins tied to criminal website
  176. Banking cyber thieves may be too slick for their own good
  177. Bits Blog: Google Introduces Long-Anticipated Insurance Shopping Site
  178. Bits Blog: Digital Learning Companies Falling Short of Student Privacy Pledge
  179. The new 'Horsemen of the Nasdaq' - how long will they ride?
  180. Apple's rivals hope its Watch will boost their own wearable tech
  181. For the 'unbanked', mobile money still has some way to go
  182. Mandarin Oriental says credit card systems compromised in cyberattack
  183. Apple Pay stung in transactions using data stolen from retailers: WSJ
  184. Venture firm Formation8 dropped from U.S. lawsuit over sexual assault
  185. Apple lets companies fine-tune apps before watch debut: Bloomberg
  186. Amazon opens store on Alibaba's online marketplace Tmall
  187. Sharp asks turnaround fund for help, on top of aid from banks: Nikkei
  188. In Ellen Pao’s Suit vs. Kleiner Perkins, World of Venture Capital Is Under Microscope
  189. Common Sense: Nasdaq Changed in Its Climb to 5,000
  190. ISIS Is Adept on Twitter, Study Finds
  191. SAP to cut 2,250 posts while creating similar number in refocusing
  192. Silicon Valley debate on self-driving cars: do you need a map?
  193. Sprint to Sell Motorola Moto E Across Its Prepaid Brands
  194. Verizon Debuts Flexible Data Plans
  195. AT&T No Longer Targeting 40,000 Small Cells This Year
  196. Sprint's Galaxy Note 4 Earns Its Lollipop Update
  197. Google Wireless Service May Require Nexus 6
  198. Three people charged over massive U.S. email data breach
  199. Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks
  200. At long last, Dow gets a taste for Apple
  201. Women at Work: A Racy Silicon Valley Lawsuit, and More Subtle Questions About Sex Dis
  202. Apple to Replace AT&T in Dow Index
  203. Briton Arrested Over Cyberattack on U.S. Defense Department
  204. Sprint Offering Open Enrollment for Insurance Program
  205. Verizon Starting Galaxy S6, S6 Edge Preorders April 1
  206. Silicon Valley debate on self-driving cars: do you need a map?
  207. The Cost of College: Here’s What Will Truly Change Higher Education: Online Degrees T
  208. Investigator Admits Guilt in Hiring of a Hacker
  209. Microsoft Sues Kyocera Over Patents
  210. On the Case at Mount Sinai, It’s Dr. Data
  211. The Apple Watch: Is it a gadget or a fashion statement?
  212. Snapchat management holds talks with Saudi's Prince Alwaleed
  213. Game of drones: As U.S. dithers, rivals get a head start
  214. The Payment Start-Up Square Expands Its Reach Into Small Businesses
  215. Who Spewed That Abuse? Anonymous Yik Yak App Isn’t Telling
  216. Surge in Smartphones Sets Off New Wave of Corporate Self-Reinvention
  217. Betting Against the Cable Bundle
  218. As Hillary Clinton Stays Quiet About Private Emails, Republicans Seize Moment to Crit
  219. The Apple Watch: Is it a gadget or a fashion statement?
  220. All eyes on Apple's Cook as Watch launch expected
  221. First round-the-world solar flight takes off from UAE
  222. Starboard urges Yahoo to buy back up to $4 billion of shares
  223. Samsung's Milk Music Service Expands to Web
  224. HBO standalone service coming to Apple devices in April
  225. U.S. credit unions locked in cyber battle with their regulator
  226. Google Adds a Few Features to Android 5.1
  227. iOS 8.2 Includes Apple Watch App and Bug Fixes
  228. Apple Announces ResearchKit for Medical Data Gathering
  229. Apple Pay, CarPlay See Significant Increase In Support
  230. Apple Scores HBO Streaming Service for iPhone, iPad
  231. Qualcomm to buy back up to $15 bln of shares, raise dividend
  232. Former Google exec Lee confirmed to lead U.S. patent office
  233. Alibaba taps Jeff Zhang to oversee consolidated retail division
  234. HBO standalone service coming to Apple devices in April
  235. N.Y. man missing ahead of fraud trial over Facebook claim: lawyer
  236. Apple Watch Success Will Hinge on Apps
  237. State of the Art: Apple Watch Displays Your Digital World, at a Glance
  238. HBO’s Streaming Service Will Start in April, Initially on Apple Devices Only
  239. Tech Blog GigaOm Abruptly Shuts Down
  240. Hillary Clinton Prepares to Address Her Use of Private Email as Secretary of State
  241. Exelis to offer drone-tracking system as industry, NASA seek to ease safety fears
  242. Sharp executive says display unit to remain independent
  243. Apple Watch not yet setting Chinese pulses racing
  244. CIA sought to hack Apple iPhones from earliest days: The Intercept
  245. Wikipedia to file lawsuit challenging mass surveillance by NSA
  246. Twitter opens Hong Kong office, gains China foothold
  247. Fidelity tech fund trounces all rivals without holding Apple
  248. Telecom Italia says in talks with Netflix over content deal
  249. Google Calendar for iPhone Now Available
  250. GameStop to Accept Apple Pay This Month