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Christoph Waltz May Play Blofeld in New 007

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Sony reportedly plans to introduce style-focused e-paper smartwatch in 2015

A new Bloomberg report indicates that Sony might be preparing to produce a smartwatch that uses an e-paper display rather than a traditional LCD display. Not only will the display be made of e-paper, the report continues, but the entire wrist band as well. Could such a device take on Apple’s own smartwatch, set for […]

Judge rules Apple entitled to potential ongoing royalties from patent infringing Samsung products

In an order filed late Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh granted in part Apple's motion requesting ongoing royalties from Samsung if the Android smartphone maker infringes on three granted patents, though there is only a slight chance of Apple collecting.

US DOJ fines StealthGenie for selling Android, iOS spyware, demands source code

The United States Department of Justice has fined the CEO of spyware vendor StealthGenie $500,000 and demanded the firm turn over the source code for software designed to remotely monitor calls, texts and other activity on Android and jailbroken iOS devices.

Kraken Bitcoin Operator to Help Liquidate Mt. Gox

San Francisco-based Payward Inc., operator of the Kraken bitcoin exchange, will help the collapsed Mt. Gox exchange investigate the loss of hundreds of thousands of bitcoins and manage the process of paying back its creditors, the companies...Show More Summary

Bing and Yahoo reportedly aiming to become default iOS search engine as Google’s contract runs out

Last week Mozilla announced that its Firefox browser would be dropping Google as the default search engine in favor of Yahoo. While it’s a good move for Yahoo, it won’t gain the company the exposure that comes with being the default search engine on something more widely used, such as Apple’s Safari browser on iOS devices. […]

GT Advanced creditors to gain access to Apple documents in settlement probe

As Apple and would-be sapphire supplier GT Advanced Technologies come closer to a settlement following the latter’s recent bankruptcy announcement, GT’s creditors will get to take a look under the wraps of the secretive Cupertino tech giant. As noted earlier today by the Wall Street Journal, Apple will provide GT’s creditors with documents regarding the […]

You’ll want to believe in bedtime stories again after watching trailer for Pan

You think you know Peter Pan’s story? Guess again, because director Joe Wright (Anna Karenina, Pride and Prejudice) has got an entirely new tale to tell. Pan is the origin story of the boy who never grows up. He’s an … Read more ›

Uber: $40 Billion

Uber is close to raising a new round of funding that would value it between $35 and $40 billion, according to Bloomberg. T. Rowe Price is said to be among the new investors. The valuation matches what Business Insider's Henry Blodget heard from a source last week. Show More Summary

Union pushes Apple for better treatment of security guards

An effort to unionize security guards across Silicon Valley has set its sights on Apple, pushing the tech trendsetter to stand up for contract laborers in hopes of catalyzing interest from other companies in the area.

There's A Really Good Reason Why The Xbox One Is So Huge

When it comes to tech, thinner is the new normal. Microsoft's Xbox One, though, goes against the grain. It weighs around 8 pounds and is pretty chunky, especially compared with other consoles it's competing with. It's even bigger than slimmest version of the 360, which came out in 2010. Show More Summary

Latest Windows 10 update shows how rapid releases work in practice

Problems revealed by the fast track were fixed before the rollout to the slow track.

Meg Whitman: HP Used 'Military-Style Communication' To Talk About Its Split (HPQ)

So how do you tell the world that you are going to carve up an $111 billion company — the biggest, most complicated spin off ever — without freaking out your investors, partners, employees? You become like a military machine, Meg Whitman told Wall Street analysts on Tuesday after reporting the company's earnings. Show More Summary

Play 2048 in your iPhone Today view with new iOS app

Some things exist solely because they can. The new 2048 game (US$0.99) for your iOS Today view isn't a particularly impressive implementation of the game or a great step forward in technology, but darned if we weren't excited to see someone do someth...

HP Executives Hint That More Layoffs Are Coming As It Splits (HPQ)

HP has laid off 41,000 people (with about 9,000 people left to go) under its current downsizing plan for 2014. On Tuesday, the company hinted that more layoffs could be coming with its plans to separate itself into two huge companies. Show More Summary

Legato docking station updated for iPhone 6

Is it not the coolest thing you've ever seen? The post Legato docking station updated for iPhone 6 appeared first on AppleTell.

Twitter’s plan to acquire a Bieber startup leaked by accidental tweet

Selfie-obsessed app could join Twitter—unless a CFO's mistaken tweet killed the deal.

Jon Taffer's BarHQ app wants to increase your profits

Jon Taffer took the business of bar consulting to a new level when SpikeTV decided to run the show Bar Rescue, featuring Taffer as the irascible host. Since then he's had season after season of showing the public how sharp he is at turning around eve...

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