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Google Inc. is in discussions with the major labels about launching an online music streaming service that would position it to compete with Spotify, MOG and others, a person familiar with the matter confirmed. The labels are in discussions with...
Google on Thursday announced the Chromebook Pixel, a touchscreen laptop with a high-resolution display. The Chromebook Pixel is the first computer Google developed on its own. It represents the Silicon Valley company's first major foray into the PC...
There's art to the gift of giving. Some folks have mastered it; others not so much. It starts with a good eye and an understanding of your own budget. Worried that you might not have what it takes? Not to fret, we're making things easy this season. From...
Robert Reid frequently gets sick when he travels. He has suffered dehydration, heat exhaustion, food poisoning and bronchitis. "I thought I was dying when I had several days of bronchitis in Vietnam," said Reid, the U.S. Lonely Planet editor. "Same for...
2012? That is so last year! As we ring in the dawn of 2013, let's raise a virtual glass to all the tech that is yet to come in the new year. We're hoping for waterproof gadgets, bendable cellphones, a closer look at Google's mysterious Nexus Q and, God...
Home gardening company W. Atlee Burpee & Co. takes the guesswork out of planting a vegetable garden with the introduction this season of the “Garden Time Planner” App, enabling both neophyte and experienced gardeners to know when and how to...
Tags: Gardening, Hobbies, Bucks County
If your significant other grew up in the '90s, then unfortunately your Valentine's Day gift may be toppled this year by Bandai -- which has re-released its Tamagotchi pets for smartphones. The Japanese company revived Tamagotchi on Thursday with a new...
Tags: Google Inc., Apple TV
SAN FRANCISCO -- Sebastian Holst makes yoga mobile apps with his wife, a yoga instructor. The Mobile Yogi is sold in all the major mobile app stores. But when someone buys his app in the Google Play store, Holst automatically gets something he says he...
Tags: Networking, Consumers, Email, Sociology, Media Industry
McDonald's is incorporating QR codes on their carry-out packages that show mobile users nutritional information on the go. Mobile users can use their smartphones to scan the QR codes, square dots printed on the carry-out bags and drink cups, for...
The Hartford CourantWhat's the difference between these two troubleshooting-request calls to your cable company's technical support line? Question No. 1: "The on-screen program guide on my television connected to the cable box says, 'No Data.' Can you fix it?" Question...
SAN FRANCISCO -- An Australian developer has called out search giant Google for sending developers personal details on anyone who buys their apps from Google Play. Dan Nolan says Google sends him the name, location and email address of consumers that...
Tags: Google Inc.
Orlando SentinelWorld of Warcraft has one. So does Moshi Monsters. Even Disney’s fairies in the virtual world of Pixie Hollow have one, too. Virtual worlds have moved beyond the visual machinations of computer screens to the audio bass-and-treble dynamics of CD...
Tags: YouTube, Apple iTunes, Music
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