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  • T-Mobile to sell LTE iPads at the same price as Wi-Fi-only models

    T-Mobile to sell LTE iPads at the same price as Wi-Fi-only models
    T-Mobile announced that it will sell iPads capable of connecting to LTE networks at the same price as iPads that can only connect to Wi-Fi networks, essentially offering customers a $130 discount on the Apple tablets. The Seattle-based carrier said...
  • 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...
  • Popular mobile apps weren't secure, feds allege

    Popular mobile apps weren't secure, feds allege
    If you've gotten so used to using your smartphone anywhere that you don't think twice about using it to shop and manage your financial affairs while you're out and about, this should make you think twice. Two popular apps, Fandango and Credit Karma,...
  • 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...
  • Bot passes Turing Test; judges think it's a 13-year-old boy

    Bot passes Turing Test; judges think it's a 13-year-old boy
    For the first time, a computer program has officially passed the Turing Test, which measures a machine's ability to think for itself -- at least under the standards set by a competition in Britain. The achievement, being hailed as a milestone for the...
  • Starbucks to roll out wireless charging stations nationwide

    Starbucks to roll out wireless charging stations nationwide
    Starbucks is rolling out wireless charging stations in its coffee shops nationwide, starting with the Bay Area. “Stores will be equipped with ‘Powermat Spots’ — designated areas on tables and counters where customers can place...
  • Were Apple's iPad sales really as bad as they looked?

    Were Apple's iPad sales really as bad as they looked?
    Apple investors were rejoicing this week after the company reported first-quarter earnings that were far better than expected, thanks to strong iPhone sales. Throw in an additional $30 billion that the company plans to spend on stock buybacks and...
  • AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts

    AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts
    AOL Mail has changed its policies to prevent spammers from sending messages out of addresses that are made to look like real AOL email accounts. The company announced the change Tuesday afternoon after numerous users took to Twitter to complain that...
  • Report: AT&T to be exclusive carrier for Amazon smartphone

    AT&T Inc. will exclusively carry Amazon.com Inc's long-rumored smartphone that is expected to be launched on Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the plans. Amazon.com revived speculation about its next major...
  • Google, Microsoft agree to compromise on 'kill switches'

    Google, Microsoft agree to compromise on 'kill switches'
    Law enforcement officials and smartphone makers met in the middle Thursday, with two major industry players agreeing to meet cops halfway on “kill switches.” Users of phones with Google or Microsoft operating systems will soon be able to...
  • T-Mobile offers iPhone test drives, music streams to add users

    T-Mobile offers iPhone test drives, music streams to add users
    T-Mobile threw another one of its flashy “Uncarrier” events again Wednesday night, announcing that it will not charge its customers for data they use when listening to streaming music from some of the industry's top services. The news came...
  • 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...