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  • Wal-Mart cuts price of iPhone 5s to $119, Galaxy S4 to $49

    Wal-Mart cuts price of iPhone 5s to $119, Galaxy S4 to $49
    Wal-Mart has announced it is cutting the price of the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S4 to $119 and $49, respectively. The retailer said customers can purchase the gadgets at their new prices starting Wednesday. Wal-Mart said it is also cutting the...
  • Tim Cook calls critical new Apple book 'nonsense'

    Tim Cook calls critical new Apple book 'nonsense'
    Apple CEO Tim Cook has gone out of his way to call a new book, which is focused on the state of his company since the death of Steve Jobs, "nonsense." Wall Street Journal technology reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane released the book this week. It is...
  • BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard

    BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard
    In an early win for BlackBerry, a start-up co-founded by Ryan Seacrest has been banned from selling its iPhone keyboard. BlackBerry sued Typo Products in January, alleging that Typo's iPhone case -- which includes a physical keyboard -- copies...
  • Microsoft says goodbye to Windows XP operating system

    Microsoft Corp. is finally pulling the plug on a piece of technology that has refused to go away. On Tuesday, the software giant will stop supporting Windows XP, the still ubiquitous computer operating system that's been around for almost 13 years, an...
  • After Heartbleed, tech giants team up to fund open-source projects

    After Heartbleed, tech giants team up to fund open-source projects
    Google, Microsoft, Facebook and several other tech giants have teamed to create an initiative that will be used to fund important open-source projects that are in need of financial assistance such as OpenSSL, which was recently plagued by the discovery of...
  • Samsung closing gap on Apple in tablet market

    Samsung closing gap on Apple in tablet market
    When it comes to tablets, Apple remains the dominant leader, but rival Samsung is catching up. Apple iPad sales fell from 19.5 million during the first quarter of 2013 to 16.4 million during that period this year. At the same, Samsung grew its tablet...
  • Unboxing the Moto E, Motorola's new $129 smartphone

    Unboxing the Moto E, Motorola's new $129 smartphone
    Motorola this month began selling the Moto E, a low-cost smartphone available for $129 with no contract. The Moto E is Motorola's latest effort to go after customers who want high-quality devices but don't want to spend hundreds of dollars or get...
  • RadioShack cuts price of iPhone 5s to $99

    RadioShack cuts price of iPhone 5s to $99
    If you're looking to buy the iPhone 5s for cheap, RadioShack is the place to go. The electronics retailer is holding a promotion that drops the price of the 16-gigabyte Apple iPhone 5s to $99 on a two-year contract. That's a nearly 50% discount on the...
  • Comcast turning Chicago homes into public Wi-Fi hot spots

    Comcast turning Chicago homes into public Wi-Fi hot spots
    Comcast customers looking for a Wi-Fi hot spot might want to try their neighbor's yard. The cable and Internet provider has begun to turn hundreds of thousands of Chicago-area homes into virtual coffee shops, using existing Comcast equipment to build...
  • Apple shares surge as second-quarter revenue tops forecasts

    Apple shares surge as second-quarter revenue tops forecasts
    After weeks of anxiety among investors over Apple Inc.'s fiscal second-quarter results, the company delivered a one-two punch of good news Wednesday that sent its stock soaring. First, Apple posted revenue for the three months ending in March that...
  • Flappy Bird is coming back but 'not soon,' game's creator says

    Flappy Bird is coming back but 'not soon,' game's creator says
    When Dong Nguyen announced that he would be removing Flappy Bird from app stores last month, he did so through Twitter. So it is only fitting that he used a tweet to disclose that the popular mobile game would be returning. Nguyen, the 29-year-old...
  • 1 in 10 in a survey think HTML is an STD

    1 in 10 in a survey think HTML is an STD
    If you're talking tech with Americans, you may want to avoid using any jargon. A recent study found that many Americans are lost when it comes to tech-related terms, with 11% in a survey saying that they thought HTML — a language that is used to...