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by Nathan Chai Will it be a deterrent to thieves? Probably. We'll have to wait and see. Read more about "Kill switch" ls now law in California
by Sam Pudwell A comScore report detailing app trends and user habits reveals that 52 percent of time spent on digital media now comes from mobile apps. Read more about Mobile apps edge out desktop and traditional web browsing
The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part. Read more about Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that
by Vivek Vahie The cloud is one of the most important technologies in the world right now, but can be extremely confusing. This series aims to explain it in a much more brain-friendly way. Read more about 99 problems but the cloud ain't one: What are SaaS, PaaS and IaaS?
by Alysia Judge Like the birth of computing, the virtual devices may only hold five kilobytes of data between them, but the results are, nevertheless, amazing. Read more about Gaming master builds working hard drive inside Minecraft
It’s not exactly clear who is driving this boat but Samsung and Barnes & Noble have teamed up on a new Nook reading device that’s more like a tablet. Read more about Samsung and Barnes & Noble team on new Nook
Rideshare company Uber has announced that they are opening their API to third-party developers…but not everything is open yet. Read more about Uber opens up API (mostly)
Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board
AT&T just announced that they will be bringing their new, ultra-fast fiber network to Cupertino businesses and residents. Read more about AT&T to bring GigaPower to Silicon Valley
by Tom Phelan Deloitte has published a report that is highlighting a decline in consumers' mobile app downloads. The question is, will the enterprise pick up the slack? Read more about iPhone and Android users' have a reduced app-et...
by Gamification Co Scientists are using a mobile space game to spot faults in DNA. Read more about Play Space Games - Beat Cancer. No Contest.
JPR Market Watch report sees an uptick in graphics chip shipments this quarter which could signal an uptick in PC sales after some market stagnation. Read more about Graphics chips market is showing some life
New data from Leichtman Research Group shows cable broadband subscriptions surpassing TV subscriptions in U.S. Read more about Cable broadband subs pass TV subs for first time
Facebook is testing a new feature that would tag some stories as ‘Satire.’ Read more about These are the jokes, folks
by Barclay Ballard Despite delivering quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations, Cisco announces eight percent of its workforce will be moving on. Read more about Cisco cuts 6,000 jobs in restructuring mov...
by Paul Cooper Microsoft developers have “passionately debated” the idea of changing the name of Internet Explorer. Read more about Microsoft considers renaming Internet Explorer
by Co.Exist There's a tracking platform that gets deep inside your feelings which is a step up from the usual which only measures your heartbeat or sleep patterns. Read more about Here's wearable tech that tracks your moods and happiness
by Venture Beat Google Maps keeps a history map that shows where you have been. Read more about How to stop Google Maps tracking you
TMZ, which usually spends its time unearthing celebrity gossip and misdeeds, just make a reality star out of the iPhone 6. Read more about The iPhone 6: a new kind of Kardashian
A highly informal survey of the top technology news sites reveals that most stories add little or no new information. Read more about Survey reveals no new information