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  • Tim Cook touts Apple Watch’s features as patent trolls strike again

    Tim Cook touts Apple Watch’s features as patent trolls strike again

    In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Apple Watch with be a revolutionary gadget that consumers will soon come to rely upon as much as they do […]

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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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  • Introducing Amazon’s new face: Jay Carney

    Introducing Amazon’s new face: Jay Carney

    His name has been floated for the top communications jobs at Apple and Uber. But now Jay Carney is heading to Amazon to be its new senior vice president of […]

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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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  • Add Oscar to awards for Snowden reports

    Add Oscar to awards for Snowden reports

    At the Academy Awards last night, Hollywood’s finest gave an Oscar to Laura Poitras for “Citizenfour,” her documentary about Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor.

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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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  • Facebook shuttle drivers approve union contract

    Facebook shuttle drivers approve union contract

    Facebook shuttle bus drivers ratified a union contract Saturday in a milestone vote that may have a ripple effect across Silicon Valley. More than two-thirds of the 87 drivers employed […]

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  • Superfish denies blame in Lenovo security mess

    Superfish denies blame in Lenovo security mess

    As Lenovo faces mounting criticism for pre-loading adware onto consumer laptops — and then offering an incomplete fix to the security problem — more questions were raised Friday about just […]

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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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