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CrowdChat learn about the Horizon for desktop and app Vfrtualization #HorizonChat

Join the conversation on April 15th at 9am pst to find out what’s new about VMware’s Horizon desktop and app virtualization. VMware’s Shawn Bass (@shawnbass) has had over 20 years of experience and is an expert in desktop and app … Continue reading ?

Google set to face formal charges in EU for search dominance abuse

Google’s European antitrust troubles have reared their head again, with reports from several sources suggesting the European Union is about to accuse the search engine giant of violations. After years of painfully slow investigations, The Competition Office at the European … Continue reading ?

Another big acquisition for Microsoft: business intelligence start-up Datazen

Coming on the back of a string of recent acquisitions, most recently productivity app LiveLoop and email app Accompli (Outlook for iOS), Microsoft has announced the acquisition of mobile business intelligence start-up Datazen Software. The move reflects CEO Satya Nadella’s strategy to … Continue reading ?

Report: Samsung creates dedicate team to supply Apple with screens

Samsung Electronics Co. has assembled a dedicated team of around 200 employees to work exclusively on producing screens for Apple’s iDevices. The team, formed April 1, falls under the purview of Samsung Display Co. and will focus on developing display technology … Continue reading ?

Nom nom nom: Nokia snaps up Alcatel Lucent for $16.6 billion

Nokia Oyj has acquired French telecommunications equipment company Alcatel-Lucent SA for $16.6 billion. The acquisition is an all share deal with Nokia offering 0.55 of a new Nokia share for every Alcatel-Lucent share. Alcatel-Lucent shareholders will end up owning 33.5 percent … Continue reading ?

Chinese company launches “Le Smartphone,” with a marketing campaign comparing Apple to Nazism

Chinese video sharing site LeTV has entered the smartphone market and has launch “Le Smartphone,” a decent phone that is being marketed by comparing Apple to Nazism. The marketing for the phone includes a cartoon showing Hitler doing a Nazi … Continue reading ?

Apple buys LinX Imaging, may bring thinner SLR-quality camera to next iPhone

Apple has bought Israeli camera-technology company LinX Computational Imaging Ltd. for a reported $20 million. The Wall Street Journal sought to confirm the acquisition and received Apple’s boilerplate response: “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time and we … Continue reading ?

Shopify files for IPO, hoping to raise $100 million on a $713 million valuation

Online storefront provider Shopify Inc. has filed for its initial public offering (IPO,) with the company hoping to raise $100 million. According to reports, Shopify will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “SHOP” and on … Continue reading ?

Roundme brings virtual reality to iPhone on Google Cardboard

Roundme, a free iOS app that takes users on virtual tours of real-world places through a series of connected 360-degree panoramic photos, now supports virtual reality on the Google Cardboard VR headset. Google Cardboard is a stripped down “VR headset” … Continue reading ?

Amazon Machine Learning marks a sea change in the way organizations handle data | #AWSSummit

Amazon Machine Learning is designed to remove barriers to entry for developers, said Matt Wood, GM of the Data Science Team at Amazon Web Services, Inc. This fully managed machine learning service is specifically designed to enable developers to “focus on … Continue reading ?

Hearthstone finally makes its way to iOS and Android phones

The long wait is finally over as Blizzard Entertainment has officially released a phone version of its hugely successful card battle game, Hearthstone. The 1v1 game that started out on PC has already been available on iPad and Android tablets, and now … Continue reading ?

Can Boondogl reinvent the web game market?

Before the days of smartphones and tablets, a vibrant casual gaming market existed on the web thanks to a slew of games on sites like Newgrounds and PopCap, but as many of those games moved to mobile devices, the web game … Continue reading ?

Are pre-order bonuses for video games worth it?

The concept behind pre-ordering a product is simple. You pay some or all of the price up front before the product is out, and in return you reserve your copy for the day that it is released. Pre-orders help stores decide how … Continue reading ?

Tether teams up with GoCoin to give merchants free Bitcoin payment processing

Tether, a payment service that uses a bitcoin-backend to settle payments without having to use a bank, just announced integration with Bitcoin merchant processor GoCoin. Merchants using GoCoin who transact in Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Dogecoin can instead opt to use Tether’s … Continue reading ?

Pre-ordering Guide for 2015: How and where to get the newest games

Not willing to wait for that new game to come out and you want it day one or midnight of launch day? Pre-ordering can mean the difference between standing in line for hours or just sitting on the couch—especially in … Continue readi...

3 alternatives to the now-defunct FriendFeed

Social media content aggregator FriendFeed officially ceased operations on April 9, 2015. The announcement of the service being shut down happened in March, with the team stating that the steady decline of users was the reason behind the shutdown. Back … Continue reading ?

New router doubles as smart home hub

This week’s Smart Living roundup features the latest industry team ups nurturing the smart home market, and a router that doubles as a smart hub. SolarCity and Nest partner up to deliver more energy savings for consumers SolarCity, one of the … Continue reading ?

The Apple Watch is Insanely Good, that’s not enough

Apple CEO Tim Cook and design king Jony Ive have passed their first test. The Apple Watch, apparently designed fresh after the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is a respectable piece of work. Maybe a hard sell to customers, … Continue reading ?

Mortal Kombat fans care about humor more than shock value, says Bottlenose

When games like Street Fighter were still showing less violence than a professional boxing match, Mortal Kombat had decapitations, burnt corpses, and ripped out hearts—still beating, of course. The series’ violence was both its greatest controversy and its biggest selling point, but in the modern, … Continue reading ?

RethinkDB releases first production version of its real-time database

The competition in the data management world is moving up yet another notch with the release of what is touted as the first production-ready release of RethinkDB, the open-source document store from the startup of the same name. The launch … Continue reading ?

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