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Troy writes the Tech Files column as the Personal Technology Columnist at the San Jose Mercury News. He also covers the digital media, mobile and video game industries and writes occasionally about Apple, chips, social networking and other aspects of technology. Previously, Troy covered Apple and the consumer electronics industry. Prior to joining the Mercury News, Troy reported on technology, business and financial issues for TheStreet.com and CNET News.com.


FCC extends deadline for net neutrality comments after site problems

If you want a say in the future of the Internet, you have a few more days to make yourself heard. The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday announced that it was pushing back the Read More →

Beware, Android owners: Deleted data may not be gone

If you are selling or giving away an Android phone, beware -- your personal data may still be on the device, even if you tried to delete it. From devices purchased on eBay, researchers from security company Avast were able to Read More →

Report: Apple to release multiple iWatches this fall

Consumers may finally be able to strap on Apple's long-rumored iWatch later this year, according to a new report. The iPhone maker is likely to launch its new wearable device this fall, possibly as early as October, Read More →

Amazon unveils Fire smartphone

Amazon on Wednesday announced its first smartphone, dubbed the Fire Phone. CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the device at a special event in Seattle. The phone features a 4.7-inch screen and a 13-megapixel rear camera. It costs $199 for the 32 GB Read More →

Netflix shareholders urge reforms, but reject split of CEO, chairman roles

Update For the fourth year in a row, Netflix's shareholders on Monday delivered a rebuke to the streaming media company's board and management by overwhelmingly passing investor-backed proposals that the company opposed. But shareholders voted down the highest-profile proposal, Read More →

Report: Google’s browsers take top spot in U.S.

When it comes to browser market share, Google is now king of all it surveys. According to a new report, the combined usage of the company's mobile and desktop browsers has finally overtaken that of Read More →

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