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First bitcoin ATMs coming to Los Angeles

Bitcoin owners in Los Angeles will be able to exchange their virtual currency for cash at two bitcoin-to-cash ATMs set to open next week.

Beats goes after runners, gym goers with new Bluetooth ear buds

Headphone maker Beats Electronics is launching a $200 pair of wireless ear buds that the company says would survive six days of sweaty, hour-long workouts without needing a recharge.

Two top executives at Twitter announce resignations in tweets

The No. 2 of Twitter abruptly resigned Thursday by, what else, tweeting the news.

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.

Amazon launches Prime Music, an ad-free music streaming service

Amazon is joining the hotly contested online music streaming business by launching its own service. 

TweetDeck bug reminiscent of 2006 Myspace attack

Though being bombarded with vulgar alerts may have been a novel experience for many of TweetDeck’s users, the bug that caused the problems is nothing new.

GoPro hopes IPO will fuel expanded media strategy

[This post was updated at 2:25 to reflect additional information filed by GoPro.]

Oyster, the Netflix of e-books, expands to Android, Kindle Fire

Oyster, the e-book subscription service, has launched a new version of its app that is available for Android devices as well as Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook tablets.

Redesigned Technology blog moves to new address

The L.A. Times Technology blog has been redesigned, and with our duds we're rolling out a new URL. So if you've been a loyal follower of the Technology blog, please update your bookmarks.

Microsoft Stores taking $25 deposit on Nokia Lumia 900

AT&T, Microsoft and Nokia haven't said when the Lumia 900 will hit stores or how much it will cost, but if the flagship Windows Phone is just a device you have to have, you can now pre-order it.

Most Facebook users get more from it than they put in, study says

Facebook study: Women are more active on Facebook than men, the importance of "power users" and other findings from the Pew Internet Project.

Facebook's IPO filing, by the numbers

Facebook's IPO filing on Wednesday offers investors, bankers, analysts, journalists and anyone willing to read the massive S-1 document a deeper look at the business and financial side of the world's largest social network than we've ever had before.

Steve Jobs turning over in his grave? Look-a-like touts rival Android

A Taiwanese commercial for a new tablet computer depicts Steve Jobs as a shill for--gasp!--Android!

Vizio's 21:9 aspect CinemaWide TV due in March at $3,499

Vizio's new 58-inch CinemaWide TV is set to hit retailers in March at a price of $3,499.

Facebook IPO: Winklevoss twins could reap big payday

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss could have a lot to gain when Facebook begins selling its stock to the public: as much as $300 million.

Frequency, Showyou bring order to online-video chaos

Deloitte's annual survey of the media landscape, released early last month, reported that 9% of the people interviewed had canceled their pay TV subscriptions in favor of watching shows online, and another 11% were considering it. Those...Show More Summary

Facebook says Paul Ceglia should be ordered to pay attorney fees

Facebook fired back at Paul Ceglia, the New York man who claims he's entitled to half of Mark Zuckerberg's multibillion-dollar stake in the social networking giant, saying he should pay the legal fees its lawyers are requesting. In papers filed...

Facebook IPO: Mark Zuckerberg's salary falling to $1 in 2013

With Facebook's S-1 filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission for what is set to be a blockbuster IPO in May worth at least $5 billion, Mark Zuckerberg is now firmly sitting among Silicon Valley's top CEOs, if he wasn't already. And, likely with that in mind, Zuckerberg is falling in line with what is a tradition among some of the Valley's top CEOs -- a $1 annual salary.

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