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  1. Google lobbying spending reached new high in early 2015
  2. Nokia bets software revolution will help avoid past merger errors
  3. BlackBerry to buy WatchDox to bolster data security
  4. Exclusive: Huawei CEO says Chinese cybersecurity rules could backfire
  5. EU Google probe encourages investors in Russia competitor Yandex
  6. Twitter to Clamp Down On Abusive Tweets
  7. BlackBerry Buys WatchDox, Brings Games to BBM for Android
  8. Chrome for Android Now Supports Push Notifications
  9. Qualcomm Weighing Samsung's Fab for Snapdragon 820
  10. YouTube to Cease Working On Older Devices
  11. New Genetic Tests for Breast Cancer Hold Promise
  12. Bits Blog: Twitter Broadens Ban on Violent Threats
  13. New Delhi Journal: Uber Adds a Low-Tech Twist to Its Modern Business Model in India
  14. Bits Blog: Shyp, an On-Demand Mailing Service, Raises $50 Million
  15. Yahoo's revenue drops 4 percent, misses estimates
  16. New York's Infor says reaches deal to resell software in Cuba
  17. Uber complies with German ban on unlicensed cab drivers
  18. Mosaic aims to bring color to cheap 3D printers
  19. HTC Offering Camera Improvements to AT&T One M9
  20. Review: LG G Flex 2
  21. WhatsApp for iPhone Gains Voice Calling
  22. Facebook Changing Newsfeed Again
  23. FCC to Fix Auction Bidding Rules for Designated Entities
  24. BlackBerry introduces security offering for IoT devices
  25. White House seeks Silicon Valley help on strong yet breakable encryption
  26. Yahoo hires advisers, looks at selling Yahoo Japan stake
  27. Google's Wireless Service to Launch Wednesday
  28. Microsoft Fixes Bugs In Windows 10 Technical Preview
  29. Trader Arrested in Manipulation That Contributed to 2010 ‘Flash Crash’
  30. Yahoo Shows Growth in Mobile Advertising, but Results Miss Estimates
  31. Bits Blog: Smart City Technology May Be Vulnerable to Hackers
  32. Nokia maps attract at least four possible bidders-Manager Magazin
  33. Sony raises profit view as higher sensors, videogame sales herald turnaround
  34. LG Display first quarter profit at four-year high, buoyed by sales at client Apple
  35. Nokia's HERE Maps Quick to Draw Suitors
  36. Peugeot, IBM agree to expanded 'connected car' partnership deal
  37. ASML to sell 15 next-generation systems to U.S. chipmaker
  38. Deutsche Telekom eyes new cooperation partners: Manager Magazin
  39. Opera CEO says markets developing positively despite Russia troubles
  40. Sony SLT-A77 II
  41. Trader Charged in ‘Flash Crash’ Case to Fight Extradition to U.S.
  42. State of the Art: An Online Tune-Up for the Used-Car Marketplace
  43. Former Microsoft Executive Nancy Tellem to Join Interlude Start-Up
  44. Computer Attacks Spur Congress to Act on Cybersecurity Bill Years in the Making
  45. Google's Project Fi Wireless Service Offers Refunds for Unused Data
  46. 'Hello' App Plucks Facebook Data to Show Who's Calling
  47. Android Wear App Gains New Design
  48. Facebook revenue growth slows, costs weigh on profit
  49. Payments business drives eBay's profit beat
  50. Qualcomm forecast misses as customer loss hurts mobile chip sales
  51. Google rolls out new U.S. wireless service
  52. Chipmaker Xilinx posts 14 percent fall in quarterly profit
  53. Microsoft Blesses Full Release of Outlook for Android
  54. InterDigital's ITC Case Against ZTE Fails
  55. Defense Mobile Sheds Beta Label, Mission Is Go
  56. Apple tests smartwatch market with quiet debut of Cook's first product
  57. As Amazon parties on, some large fund managers take their leave
  58. Samsung Electronics to plough $9 billion more into South Korea chip plant: MoneyToday
  59. Pentagon's new cyber strategy cites U.S. ability to retaliate
  60. Facebook’s Growth Slows Slightly, but Mobile Shift Intensifies
  61. Google Introduces Wireless Service Called Project Fi
  62. PayPal Unit Helps Lift eBay Revenue
  63. Airmail via Drones Is Vexing for Prisons
  64. Cost of Galaxy's battle against iPhone on the rise
  65. EU court upholds LCD panel cartel fine for LG Display
  66. Republicans to Let NSA Keep Spying On Your Calls
  67. Logitech moves away from computer mouse, looks to wireless
  68. Rise of e-commerce poses safety concern for China's air transport: IATA
  69. As YouTube marks tenth year, Facebook emerges as video threat
  70. Metroweb's state owner rejects Telecom Italia proposal: sources
  71. Nasdaq sets aside $31 million for ongoing Facebook IPO claims
  72. Google Keep Gains New Powers On Android Smartwatches
  73. Butterfly Wings May Help Reduce Reflections In Glass
  74. Turing Phone to Offer Secure Communications in Liquidmetal Body
  75. Google shares rise after profit, revenue gains
  76. Microsoft profit, revenue beats Wall Street view; shares up
  77. Apple Watch goes on sale worldwide amid supply shortage
  78. Amazon's quarterly revenue rises 15 percent
  79. Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for Verizon Wireless
  80. Google shares rise after online ad sales drive revenue higher
  81. Microsoft profit, revenue beats Wall Street view; shares up
  82. Amazon revenue beats, cloud computing more profitable than expected
  83. Low-key launch as Apple Watch finally goes on sale
  84. With Amazon Atop the Cloud, Big Tech Rivals Are Giving Chase
  85. Amazon Swings to Small Loss While Revenue Jumps 15%
  86. At $17.3 Billion, Google’s Quarterly Revenue Rose 12 Percent
  87. Pentagon Announces New Strategy for Cyberwarfare
  88. Microsoft Profits Slip Less Than Projected, With Revenue Up 6%
  89. Samsung hints at new smartwatch on Apple Watch launch day
  90. Apple thwarts geeks, investors probing smartwatch components
  91. Sony's Hirai faces attack from activist 'old boys': sources
  92. ARM Shows Off Cortex A72 Core
  93. Cricket Dials In Unlimited Calling to Canada
  94. Twitter to Promote Tweets Via Twice-Daily Highlights
  95. India's Paytm adds mobile marketplace app for e-merchants
  96. EU antitrust case against Google based on 19 complainants: sources
  97. Xerox cuts 2015 profit forecast due to strong dollar
  98. Robotica Episode 1: Cheaper Robots, Fewer Workers
  99. A Rapid Rise for Shawn Mendes, in Tune With Social Media
  100. Under Regulators’ Scrutiny, Comcast and Time Warner Cable End Deal
  101. News Analysis: Once Comcast’s Deal Shifted to a Focus on Broadband, Its Ambitions Wer
  102. Verizon Once Again Offering 10GB and 15GB Plans
  103. BlackBerry considers closing Sweden operations
  104. BlackBerry May Close Swedish Design Lab
  105. Sony raises FY 2015 profit forecast to $2.5 billion: Nikkei
  106. Alibaba, China Telecom tie up to sell phones
  107. Bits Blog: Apple Watch Has Landed — Here’s What You Need to Know
  108. Declassified Report Shows Doubts About Value of N.S.A.’s Warrantless Spying
  109. Orange boss sees end to French telecom price war
  110. ‘Google Adventurer’ Dies on Mt. Everest
  111. India's Ratan Tata buys stake in Chinese phone maker Xiaomi
  112. Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Unclassified Emails, Officials Say
  113. Strategies: Apple Won’t Always Rule. Just Look at IBM.
  114. Nokia denies return to phone manufacturing
  115. Nokia Issues Statement On Handset Plans
  116. Google Lets Android Owners Send More Instructions from Desktop Browsers
  117. Turning a Children’s Rating System Into an Advocacy Army
  118. The Latest Fashion, Trending on Google
  119. White House Takes Cybersecurity Pitch to Silicon Valley
  120. Bits Blog: The Sensor-Rich, Data-Scooping Future
  121. Packed Field Stokes Competition for Digital Ad Dollars
  122. EBay supports Google over Brussels antitrust probe: FT
  123. Review: Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3
  124. Discover Jumps Aboard Apple Pay Wagon
  125. Google launches portal to buy patents
  126. With Nasdaq at records, investors ask what's next for tech
  127. Microsoft Loses Patent Case to InterDigital
  128. Facebook Brings Free Video Calls to Messenger App
  129. Instagram Adds Filters and Emoji to Android and iOS Apps
  130. Wireless Companies Form Alliance to Pressure FCC
  131. IPhone sales, China boosts Apple; shares up modestly
  132. Facebook launches video calling in Messenger app
  133. Microsoft phones infringe patents: U.S. International Trade Commission judge
  134. Apple’s Earnings Surge, as iPhone Sales Jump and China Business Rises
  135. Twitter’s Dick Costolo Delivers on Change, but the Right Mix Remains Elusive
  136. Downside of Police Body Cameras: Your Arrest Hits YouTube
  137. Best Buy Breaks With MCX, Will Accept Apple Pay
  138. Huawei releases new Honor budget smartphone, to be sold online
  139. China iPhone sales boosts Apple; shares up modestly
  140. Tencent takes on Alibaba, Xiaomi with open smart hardware operating system
  141. Bits Blog: Apple Pay Will Hit Best Buy Stores in 2015
  142. South Korea investigating Oracle over software bundling
  143. Panasonic sees fourth year of profit gains on auto electronics growth
  144. LG's Leather-Clad G4 Steps Into the Ring
  145. Liveblog of LG's G4 Launch Event
  146. T-Mobile Nearly Done Integrating MetroPCS
  147. YouTube to fund premium content, signs film deal
  148. PayPal extends One Touch payment to online transactions
  149. Cars to be fitted with automatic emergency calling from mid-2018
  150. Selerity reveals Twitter results ahead of schedule
  151. Apple's blockbuster quarter eases doubts about growth
  152. Icahn says Apple still undervalued
  153. FCC sees first bid to block net neutrality rules implementation
  154. Google Now Boosts App Cards to 70
  155. Google Play Services 7.3 Expands Android Wear Powers
  156. Verizon's Galaxy S4 Earns Lollipop
  157. Hands-On: LG G4
  158. Sprint, T-Mobile Say LG G4 to Ship in June
  159. U.S. lawmakers seek to end spies' mass collection of phone data
  160. Twitter cuts revenue forecast, shares slump
  161. IAC profit beats as its dating websites attract more paid users
  162. GoPro forecast beats on strong demand for action cameras
  163. AT&T, Verizon Pledge Support for LG G4, Too
  164. Chinese demand for Apple's big-screen phones fuel sales growth
  165. Samsung Elec overtook Apple as top smartphone maker in first quarter: Strategy Analyt
  166. Samsung Elec's mobile margins not out of the woods
  167. GN Store Nord earnings below forecast on weak headset division
  168. Twitter Earnings, Released Early, Disappoint Investors; Shares Plunge
  169. Alibaba's Ma says freezing hiring after growing 'too quickly': report
  170. T-Mobile Adds Kyocera Rally to Prepaid Lineup
  171. Alcatel OneTouch Pop Astro Takes Off with T-Mobile
  172. Twitter's growth seen hinging on luring advertisers
  173. Microsoft to allow Android apps on Windows phones: sources
  174. Google launches security feature for Chrome web browser
  175. Apple says EU probe of Irish tax policy could be 'material'
  176. Salesforce working to field takeover offers: Bloomberg
  177. 3D printed splints help infants with airway disorder: U.S. researchers
  178. FCC Weighing Whether to Award Dish's AWS-3 Discounts
  179. FCC Fines AT&T Over Lifeline Violations
  180. Windows 10 On Phones Can Be Extended to PCs
  181. Windows 10 to Run Android and iOS Apps
  182. Microsoft to Add Carrier Billing to App Store
  183. State of the Art: Instacart’s Bet on Online Grocery Shopping
  184. Bits Blog: Microsoft Takes Steps to Close Its App Gap on Mobile Devices
  185. With Patent Litigation Surging, Creators Turn to Washington for Help
  186. Bits Blog: Legislators Introduce Student Digital Privacy Bill
  187. The Money Issue: Can Bitcoin Conquer Argentina?
  188. Microsoft targets $20 billion in annual cloud revenue by 2018
  189. Defective component slowed Apple Watch rollout: WSJ
  190. Eyeing exports, China steps up research into military drones
  191. China search giant Baidu posts slowest revenue growth since 2008
  192. Tattoo snafu irks inked Apple Watch wearers
  193. Nokia downplays shareholder opposition to Alcatel-Lucent deal
  194. Abe, seeking new spark for Japan high-tech, heads to Silicon Valley
  195. Resurgent Sony sees profit leaping on camera sensor sales, cost cuts
  196. A Founder of Secret, the Anonymous Social App, Is Shutting It Down
  197. Twitter Troubles Lie in Marketers’ Reluctance to Buy New Kind of Ad
  198. Nokia's network profits drop, raise concerns over Alcatel deal
  199. Sprint Partners with Boingo to Double Down On WiFi
  200. Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 for Verizon Wireless
  201. Private Investors Buy OmniVision for $1.9 Billion
  202. Google Messenger Gains Desktop Widget
  203. Samsung Expands Reach of Tizen App Store
  204. Jeff Bezos' rocket company test-flies suborbital spaceship
  205. Obama's BRAIN Initiative yields first study results
  206. Bid to end mass collection of phone data advances in Congress
  207. LinkedIn revenue rises 34.8 percent on hiring business
  208. Apple Watch has lowest hardware cost to price: IHS
  209. FireEye raises revenue forecast as demand for cybersecurity rises
  210. Bid to end mass collection of phone data advances in U.S. Congress
  211. TextNow Offering Unlimited Talk and Text, Plus 500MB for $19
  212. HTC's One M9 Earns RAW Support Via Camera Update
  213. Hands-on with the Pentax K-3 II
  214. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera review
  215. DPReview Recommends: Selfie-Sticks
  216. Fujifilm X30 Review
  217. Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review
  218. Sony Alpha 7S Review
  219. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF7 First impressions
  220. Entry-level mirrorless roundup (2014)
  221. Enthusiast Compact Camera Roundup (2014)
  222. Mid-range Mirrorless camera roundup (2014)
  223. Enthusiast DSLR camera roundup (2014)
  224. High-end full frame roundup (2014)
  225. High-end pocketable compacts roundup (2014)
  226. Enthusiast mirrorless camera roundup (2014)
  227. Accessory Review: LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt
  228. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review
  229. High Flyer? DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Drone Review
  230. Pentax K-S1 hands-on
  231. Consumer DSLR Camera Roundup (2014)
  232. Nikon 1 V3 Review
  233. Quick Review: That Steady Thing
  234. A look at the Lomography Petzval 85mm F2.2 lens
  235. Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD Lab Test Report
  236. Dive in: Waterproof compact group test posted
  237. 2014 Compact Waterproof Group Test
  238. Microsoft (Yes, Microsoft) Has a Far-Out Vision
  239. California ACLU group launches app to record possible police misconduct
  240. Free medical for in-laws helps Indian tech start-ups woo talent back from America
  241. Windows 10 Won't Reach Phones Until the Fall
  242. AT&T Finalizes Nextel Mexico Acquisition
  243. Meerkat's Android App Lands in the Play Store for All
  244. Social Media Punished as Results Fall Short
  245. Patriot Act Faces Revisions Backed by Both Parties
  246. With New Factory, Tesla Ventures Into Solar Power Storage for Home and Business
  247. Bits Blog: Apple, IBM and Japan Post See Profit in the Old-Age Market
  248. LinkedIn follows Twitter, shocks social media investors
  249. Rocket Internet cuts stakes in two lending sites: Spiegel
  250. Verizon Prepaid Offering 1GB Data Bonus for Auto-Pay