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  • FCC approves strong net neutrality rules

    FCC approves strong net neutrality rules

    The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved new net neutrality rules.

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  • YouTube reportedly not profitable

    YouTube reportedly not profitable

    YouTube is a big revenue generator, but isn’t pulling in much, if any, profit, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The online video firm, owned by Mountain […]

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  • The Twitter icon on an iPhone in October 2013. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

    Twitter CEO on keeping Twitter civil

    In an interview with the New York Times’ Farhad Manjoo, Dick Costolo, Twitter’s CEO, described the fine line the company has to walk when it comes to dealing with online abuse. […]

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  • Smartwatch startup Pebble unveils new color screen model

    Smartwatch startup Pebble unveils new color screen model

    Apple isn’t the only company that will debut a smartwatch this spring. Industry veteran Pebble announced Tuesday that it too has a new watch in the works. Dubbed the Pebble […]

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  • Apple and Google zero in on the car

    Apple and Google zero in on the car

    The tech industry is famous for disrupting traditional businesses. Now, it’s the car’s turn. After “years of being treated as a side business” by Silicon Valley, as the New York […]

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  • Apple and the Car: Prepare yourself for the media frenzy

    Apple and the Car: Prepare yourself for the media frenzy

    We are at the early stages of the Apple car media frenzy with updates seemingly daily about what is happening in Cupertino when it comes to automobiles. The Verge has […]

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  • Quoted: on NSA, GCHQ hacking into SIM cards to spy on phones

    Quoted: on NSA, GCHQ hacking into SIM cards to spy on phones

    “(We) believe we have their entire network.” — from a slide by the GCHQ, the British spying agency, referring to its successful hacking into Gemalto’s internal networks. The Intercept reports that […]

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  • Motorola chief answers diss by Apple’s Jony Ive

    Motorola chief answers diss by Apple’s Jony Ive

    Among other things, Apple’s design guru Jony Ive comes across as gentle in a New Yorker profile. But he criticizes a couple of companies over their design, including one he […]

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  • New Flywheel-brand taxis to hit SF streets

    New Flywheel-brand taxis to hit SF streets

    Taxi app Flywheel has made another play to fend off competitors Uber and Lyft by creating a new line of the traditional yellow cab. By launching a new fleet of […]

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  • Apple Watch may not have key health-monitoring abilities

    Apple Watch may not have key health-monitoring abilities

    Apple Watch may not include some anticipated health-monitoring services, according to the Wall Street Journal. Due out in April, Apple Watch won’t have the ability to monitor blood pressure, heart […]

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