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Countries around the world have been cracking down on U.S. based tech companies for a variety of reasons, but what would happen if U.S. companies began to fight back? Read more about What would happen if U.S. tech firms turned off the lights?
by Aatif Sulleyman App Annie analytics firm says fitness, dating and news apps see uptick in UK during summer months. Read more about Fitness, dating and news apps rise in UK summer heat
IBM, Microsoft and others are making big pushes into the cloud space but is this really a sign that Amazon is losing its grip? Read more about Is Amazon losing its grip on the cloud?
The NSA is looking for a Director of Strategic Communications on LinkedIn. Why is it even advertised? Read more about Worst job search in the world
by Darren Allan Microsoft has had its offices in China swooped upon by officials in an apparent antitrust investigation. Read more about Chinese antitrust ninjas descend on Microsoft offices
Netflix has been in an ongoing battle of words with ISPs, and apparently they are now paying AT&T extortion money too. Read more about Netflix buckles to another ISP: This time it’s AT&T
Facebook is backing out of the gift card business. Facebook’s Gifts service is set to be discontinued on August 12. Read more about Facebook getting out of the gift card business
A new study from the New America Foundation shows NSA actions are hurting U.S. based tech companies. Read more about New study measures economic impact of NSA’s spying
Finally, Google does less evil. You don't need to have a Google+ account to enjoy the wonders of Hangouts. Read more about Google+: no. Google Hangouts: Yes!
Showing the can-do spirit that got them through a couple of world wars, the Brits are going to test cars that drive themselves in 3 cities next year. Read more about UK wants to test driverless cars
by Alysia Judge New report shows there may be cracks in Apple and Samsung's stranglehold on European market. Read more about "Home-grown" mobile vendors cracking European wall
by Jamie Hinks 45 percent of new home buyers more concerned about having a good mobile phone signal over anything else. Read more about New home buyers say mobile coverage more important than schools
That's any easy one because one of the founders of Facebook is driving the startup forward. Read more about Asana wants to be the Facebook of business
by Darren Allan Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 gets new Fitbit app that supports the Fitbit Flex and the Fitbit One. Read more about Windows Phone gets Fitbit app
Maybe the time has come to admit that the greatest game company of all time has seen its best days. Read more about Nintendo's losses mount up: Mario's last stand
by Darren Allan Yelp reviewers will be able to add 3-12 second videos as well as images using a new iOS app. Android version coming along soon. Read more about Yelp adds video capability for reviews
by Aatif Sulleyman According to a V1 survey, at the first sign of financial trouble, businesses are far too willing to back away from going green. Read more about Better economy may boost going green initiatives
by Jelle Wijndelts A recent BSA Software Survey estimates that in 2013 $62.7 billion worth of commercial software was being used illegally around the world. Read more about BSA survey predicts more software auditing
Facebook's valuation raises the question: is it really worth more than Coca Cola and Toyota? Read more about Valuing users: the true cost of doing business online
by Paul Cooper Chinese hackers have broken into the computer systems of three Israeli defence contractors instrumental in the construction of Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system. Read more about Chinese hackers pull off Israel Iron Dome hack