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  1. Cricket Names New President
  2. State of the Art: Crazy Like a Box: Going Public Can Give Start-Ups Outsize Power
  3. Tech Fix: How to Sell or Recycle Old Electronics
  4. Disruptions: ‘Steve Jobs’ Flops at Box Office, and Silicon Valley Cheers
  5. Target in $39.4 million settlement with banks over data breach
  6. Freshly minted Square shares become target for short sellers
  7. Review: HTC One A9 for AT&T
  8. Songza to Be Folded Into Google Music
  9. Target in $39.4 million settlement with banks over data breach
  10. Yahoo shares rise as board meets and considers sale of Web business
  11. YouTube in talks with studios over streaming rights for shows, movies: WSJ
  12. Facebook's Zuckerberg takes philanthropy into profit, politics
  13. U.S., China reach agreement on guidelines for requesting assistance fighting cyber cr
  14. State of the Art: Transformation at Yahoo Foiled by Its Leader’s Inability to Bet the
  15. Bits Blog: Number26, German Banking Start-Up, Expands Across Europe
  16. Yahoo Struggles as an Afterthought to Advertisers
  17. Zuckerberg’s Philanthropy Uses L.L.C. for More Control
  18. Toymaker VTech hires Mandiant to secure systems after cyber attack
  19. Alibaba unlikely to be interested in Yahoo's core business: WSJ
  20. T-Mobile Offers Discounted iPhone to AT&T Customers
  21. Yahoo Bakes Flickr and Tumblr Into New Messenger App
  22. Opera Adds News Reader to iOS Coast Browser
  23. Ford to Add Apple's Siri to 5 Million Cars
  24. Google Set to Expand Emoji On Nexus Phones
  25. NTT Docomo envisions 17th century samurai with smartphones
  26. Thanko’s Chin Rest Arm, because boredom and work often co-incide
  27. Amazon launches Fire tablet in China
  28. World's first sonic tractor beam
  29. Verint adjusts strategy as shares tumble on revenue shortfall
  30. Facebook Expands Live Video Streaming to More People
  31. Google Debuts VR Camera App for Cardboard
  32. Apple Open Sources Swift Programming Language
  33. OnePlus Drops Invitations for OnePlus 2
  34. Exclusive: Viacom should give vote to all investors, end non-voting class: CalSTRS of
  35. Lyft partners with Ola, GrabTaxi to reach Asian markets
  36. Google Cultural Institute Puts Us All Onstage
  37. Exclusive: Viacom should end non-voting stock, give vote to all investors - Californi
  38. Snapchat runs live coverage of California shooting
  39. Samsung heir tests investors' patience with cautious change
  40. Google Offers Plugin to Bring Games to Chromecast
  41. Philippine court temporarily stops ridesharing services in Manila
  42. Activist investor renews call for Yahoo to sell core business
  43. China vows copyright protection for online news media
  44. Uber driver convicted in Australian state in latest blow to firm's expansion plans
  45. Lyft Joins With Asian Rivals to Compete With Uber
  46. Uber Valuation Put at $62.5 Billion After a New Investment Round
  47. Bits Blog: Eight Questions About Friday’s Net Neutrality Hearing
  48. Observatory: Online Classes Appeal More to the Affluent
  49. New Apps and Services for Renters
  50. U.S. court to hear challenge to net neutrality rules
  51. Leonardo da Vinci robot wows Tokyo crowd
  52. Porsche to invest 1 billion euro, create 1,000 jobs for electric sports car
  53. ITU Inches Closer to Defining 5G Spectrum
  54. Cricket Offering Discounts On Older iPhones
  55. Nokia Closes Sale of HERE Business to Car Companies
  56. Samsung to Pay Apple $548M for Patents - with a Catch
  57. Sony to Buy Toshiba's Camera Sensor Business
  58. With an eye on Russia, Estonia seeks security in computing cloud
  59. Chipmakers look to autos for demand, deals and disruption
  60. Yahoo board in final talks on future of company
  61. Samsung to finally pay Apple $548 million in patent dispute
  62. Japan's securities watchdog to recommend Toshiba fine on Monday: Nikkei
  63. Sprint Phones Vanishing from Walmart
  64. Big City: The Bold Idea Behind a Small Brooklyn School
  65. Mark Zuckerberg Defends Structure of His Philanthropic Outfit
  66. Wally Lamb’s Latest Novel to Be Released Exclusively as Book App
  67. App City: A Meal-Delivery App Claims Turf in Seamless’s Own Backyard
  68. Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg Explains His Use of Limited Liability Company
  69. Japan's securities watchdog to recommend $59.8 mln fine for Toshiba: source
  70. Philippine judge clarifies Uber can run over Christmas, but no new drivers
  71. Yahoo Board Is Quiet on Any Shake-Up Plans
  72. Bits Blog: In Net Neutrality Hearing, Judge Signals Comfort With F.C.C.’s Defense
  73. Microsoft Pushes New Windows 10 Preview
  74. Social media companies step up battle against militant propaganda
  75. Business Briefing: Nokia Shareholders Back Deal to Buy Ailing Alcatel-Lucent
  76. Yahoo board in final talks on future of company
  77. Technophoria: Can’t Put Down Your Device? That’s by Design
  78. Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Ride-Hailing Competition Heats Up
  79. The Haggler: All the Product Reviews Money Can Buy
  80. VTech hack exposes ID theft risk in connecting kids to Internet
  81. Verizon to Bring WiFi Calling to Some Phones This Week
  82. Obama appeals to Silicon Valley for help with online anti-extremist campaign
  83. Toshiba shareholders sue in Tokyo for $2.45 million after stock plunge
  84. Samsung's Lee to backstop engineering affiliate's rights issue
  85. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing to Open Own Plant in China
  86. Digital map maker HERE says to explore use of big data
  87. Japan securities watchdog recommends record $60 million fine for Toshiba
  88. Google Search Boosts Music, Movie, TV Results
  89. Apple Raises iTunes Match Limit to 100,000 Tracks
  90. Microsoft Lumia 550 Goes On Sale
  91. NXP completes deal to buy Freescale and create top auto chipmaker
  92. Social media terrorist activity bill returning to Senate
  93. Chinese researchers unveil brain powered car
  94. Congress group to target extremists in online 'dark space'
  95. Google Details December Security Update
  96. Sprint to Offer Customers Gifts Each Day this Week
  97. Google Enables Safe Browsing in Chrome By Default
  98. Cricket Debuts New $100 Porting Promo
  99. Dropbox to Kill Off Mailbox and Carousel Apps
  100. Former Google life sciences unit renames itself Verily
  101. EU lawmakers, countries agree on bloc's first cybersecurity law
  102. Cyber security firm Blue Coat Systems in IPO talks: source
  103. France's Orange in talks to buy Bouygues telecom, media assets: Bloomberg
  104. X Marks the Spot That Makes Online Ads So Maddening
  105. Philanthropy: Why It’s Too Soon to Sour on the Zuckerberg Charity Plan
  106. Twitter’s Top Hashtags, Tweets and Users for 2015
  107. Tech Tip: Recovering a Stolen Gmail Account
  108. EU lawmakers, countries agree on bloc's first cyber-security law
  109. China's Didi Kuaidi taps Yahoo co-founder and Alibaba investor Jerry Yang
  110. Uber says has government approval to operate in Jakarta
  111. Huawei seeks to become world's third largest data storage provider by 2018
  112. EU antitrust regulators accuse Qualcomm of hindering rivals
  113. 2016 Volvo S90 betters the XC90 SUV with advanced automatic driving and collision pro
  114. AOL to cut 100 jobs, mainly in its dial-up business: Techcrunch
  115. Yahoo may restructure media unit: Re/code
  116. WatchOS 2.1 for Apple Watch Adds Languages
  117. Apple Releases iOS 9.2 for iPhones and iPads
  118. Latest Instagram for Android Borrows the iPhone's 3D Touch Feature
  119. HTC's Hot Deal Is a Discounted Desire 626
  120. Consumer Advocates Lodge Complaint Against T-Mobile
  121. Majority of Apple Watch owners plan to give it as a gift: poll
  122. Markit CEO sues unknown hackers over 'campaign of extortion'
  123. OnePlus to narrowly miss India smartphone sales target
  124. Mozilla to Douse Firefox OS and Stamp Out Phone Biz
  125. Countering extremists online remains elusive in Congress
  126. Yahoo will not spin off Alibaba stake, weighs core business sale: CNBC
  127. Twitter experiments reordering tweets by relevance
  128. In China's O2O tech, today's 'unicorns' risk becoming tomorrow's 'unicorpses'
  129. Apple releases first Arabic version of Siri
  130. Exclusive: Australian police raid Sydney home of reported bitcoin creator
  131. Apple suspends effort to develop online TV service: Bloomberg
  132. New York probes sale of 'speculative' Bruce Springsteen tickets on StubHub
  133. U.S. Attorney General Lynch chides European decisions to restrict data sharing
  134. China's cyber chief defends censorship ahead of Internet conference
  135. Yahoo to Spin Off Core Businesses, Including Yahoo Japan
  136. Bill Gates Takes On Climate Change With Nudges and a Powerful Rolodex
  137. Australian Police Raid Home of Man Said to Be Likely Creator of Bitcoin
  138. Americans Attracted to ISIS Find an ‘Echo Chamber’ on Social Media
  139. New York Looks Into ‘Speculative’ Ticket Resellers
  140. Yahoo shelves plan to spin off Alibaba stake
  141. 'Angry Birds' maker Rovio to change CEO
  142. EU wants to let consumers access online subscriptions abroad
  143. Cortana for Android and iOS Moves Out of Beta
  144. Nexus 6 Vanishes from Play Store, While Nexus 5X Enjoys a Price Cut
  145. Yahoo Pitches Reverse Spinoff to Investors
  146. Motorola Pushing Marshmallow to Some Moto X Variants
  147. Could driverless cars spell doom for the aviation and hotel industries?
  148. Stakes are high in hunt for bitcoin's 'messiah'
  149. Wyndham settles U.S. data breach charges, in an FTC first
  150. Verizon to Offer Sponsored Data
  151. Pebble Testing Newest Firmware On Older Smartwatches
  152. Microsoft Updates Groove Music and Movie Apps
  153. Free Music Streaming Comes to Boost Mobile
  154. Google Music Family Plan, Available Today, Costs $15 Per Month
  155. In Australia, banks disrupt Apple with mobile payments power
  156. U.S. judge expands driver class-action lawsuit against Uber
  157. EU explores whether Google, Yahoo should pay for showing online news snippets
  158. Investors hover as e-tailers boost demand for Indian warehouses
  159. Deal Professor: Marissa Mayer Has a Year to Fulfill Yahoo’s Potential
  160. State of the Art: The Internet’s Loop of Action and Reaction Is Worsening
  161. How to Value Yahoo’s Core Business
  162. Blendle, a Journalism Payments Start-Up, Targets a U.S. Start Date
  163. Former U.S. official pleads guilty to ‘sextortion’ hacking scheme
  164. FCC's Wheeler Lauds Phone Theft Prevention Report
  165. Google Drive Update Makes It More Searchable
  166. Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months
  167. Wal-Mart enters mobile payment with launch of Walmart Pay
  168. Exclusive: U.S. Air Force to work on alternative GPS ground system
  169. EU can suspend new data transfer pact with U.S. if worried about privacy: Official
  170. Six-year-old Kentucky boy gets 'bionic' hand courtesy of 3-D printing technology
  171. Turning Points: The End of Work?
  172. Twitter targets ads at logged-out users
  173. Chromecast Audio Gains High-Rez Audio Support
  174. Shared Albums Arrive in Google Photos
  175. Gift Cards Increase Samsung Pay's Appeal
  176. T-Mobile Tempts Verizon Customers with Free Hulu
  177. Walmart Intros Walmart Pay for Android and iOS
  178. Exclusive: U.S. states pass laws backing Uber's view of drivers as contractors
  179. Yahoo Adds Gmail Support to Yahoo Mail
  180. 3GPP Approves Band 66 for AWS Support
  181. Microsoft Adds Carrier Billing to Windows Store
  182. Verizon to Let Droid Turbo 2 Buyers Apply Star Wars Customizations
  183. Facebook Optimizes News Feed for Slow Connections
  184. Ford to invest $4.5 billion more in electric car plan by 2020
  185. A Learning Advance in Artificial Intelligence Rivals Human Abilities
  186. Bits Blog: Twitter Aims to Show Advertising to Much Wider Audience
  187. Risk to Aircraft From Drones Being Debated
  188. Atlassian Shares Surge on Trading Debut
  189. Standard Deduction: Yahoo’s Spinoff Plan Does Not Change Its Tax Risk
  190. Adobe profit beats on strong subscriptions for Creative Cloud
  191. Turkey fines Twitter for failure to remove 'terrorist propaganda': official
  192. These Dodge Vipers, Chargers and Challengers perform the Imperial March
  193. Wirecard to process Alipay payments for Chinese tourists in Europe
  194. Alibaba Buying South China Morning Post, Aiming to Influence Media
  195. Bits Blog: A Protest App Rises to the Top in Taiwan
  196. Business Briefing: Delta Bans Hoverboards, Citing Batteries’ Safety Risk
  197. Google Wallet Users Can Send Money Via Text Message
  198. Airplay Support Comes to Google Play Movies for iOS
  199. Exclusive: Uber winning make or break legal battles across America
  200. Microsoft Backtracks On OneDrive Limits
  201. More than a million OPM hack victims still not notified
  202. Artificial-Intelligence Research Center Is Founded by Silicon Valley Investors
  203. Discrimination by Airbnb Hosts Is Widespread, Report Says
  204. Your Money Adviser: Automatic Payments Can Be Easy to Start, but Hard to Stop
  205. Your Money: For Children, Dumbed-Down Phones May Be Smartest Option
  206. Review: Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile
  207. AT&T Rolls Out Galaxy, iPhone BOGO Offer
  208. Uber Is Said to Be Shaking Up Policy and Communications Team
  209. Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Tempering Walmart’s Digital Ambitions
  210. John Eaton, Composer and Electronic Innovator, Dies at 80
  211. Opinion: Your iPhone Is Ruining Your Posture — and Your Mood
  212. Vandals attack Facebook building in Germany
  213. New York attorney general solicits help from the public in broadband probe
  214. Apple Music wins exclusive video deal with Taylor Swift
  215. Importing Photos to Picasa in OS X 10.11
  216. Twitter warns some users of possible state-sponsored cyber attack
  217. Drones replace surveillance systems at Secom Security Services
  218. Seattle lawmakers set to vote on allowing Uber, other drivers to unionize
  219. China's Baidu says to develop self-driving buses within three years
  220. Sprint Pushing for Quicker Small Cell Site Approvals
  221. In Virtual Reality Headsets, Investors Glimpse the Future
  222. Seattle Considers Measure to Let Uber and Lyft Drivers Unionize
  223. Bits Daily Report: A Vote on Driver Labor Rights
  224. Bits Blog: Stephen Wolfram Aims to Democratize His Software
  225. Cinema Apps That Help Bypass the Popcorn Lines
  226. U.S. top court rules for DirecTV in arbitration case
  227. Samsung appeals Apple patent 'windfall' ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
  228. Toshiba to cut up to 7,000 jobs: Nikkei
  229. Facebook to Require Moments App to Sync Photos
  230. Samsung Wants Supreme Court to Decide Patent Case
  231. Google Maps for iOS Catches Up to Android
  232. Google's Inbox Now Able to Share Travel Details
  233. Verizon Brings DVR Streaming to FiOS App
  234. Shareholder names former Yahoo executives among potential Mayer replacements
  235. Canon PowerShot G5 X Review
  236. Bits Blog: Marissa Mayer of Yahoo Announces Birth of Twin Daughters
  237. Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook Reassures Muslim Users
  238. Bits Blog: Hugo Barra of Xiaomi on the Company’s International Plans
  239. Samsung appeals Apple patent 'windfall' ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
  240. Seattle passes law letting Uber, Lyft drivers unionize
  241. Shareholder names former Yahoo executives among potential Mayer replacements
  242. Dell says could buy back at least $3 billion in VMware tracking stock
  243. US trade body declines Nvidia's review petition against Samsung
  244. British police arrest 21-year-old man tied to VTech toy hack
  245. DealBook: Diagnosing Yahoo’s Ills: Ugly Math in Marissa Mayer’s Reign
  246. Qualcomm Analysis Concludes a Split Would Be Detrimental
  247. Drone Registration Rules Are Announced by F.A.A.
  248. Tech Tip: Dividing the Screen in Mac OS X
  249. Bits Daily Report: Rules for Registering Your Drone
  250. Google distributes free Star Wars Google Cardboard VR headsets in the United States!