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  • Google to stop consumer sales of Glass to redesign device

    Google will stop selling its Internet-connected eyewear to consumers until the company can develop a more polished and affordable version that's less likely to be viewed as a freakish device.

  • Facebook founder launches free Internet project in Colombia

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg traveled to Colombia on Wednesday to bring his global Internet-access initiative to Latin America.

  • Obama's cybersecurity proposals part of decade-old programs

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday that recent cyberthreats to Sony and the military's U.S. Central Command are reminders of the serious threats facing the nation. But an Associated Press review shows that some of his plans are retreads from years past.

  • Social media has positives, pitfalls for actors, producers

    Social media is giving television stars and creators a more direct relationship with fans and, as actor Joseph Morgan of the CW's "The Originals" can attest, requires a thick skin.

  • At The Gadget Show: BlackBerry promotes security expertise

    BlackBerry says it will use its expertise in secured messaging services to offer new ways for cars, home appliances and other devices to communicate with each other while keeping data secure and private.

  • FTC chief says gadget industry must prioritize privacy

    While gadget companies are celebrating a coming bonanza of health trackers, connected cars and "smart" home appliances, the head of the Federal Trade Commission is pressing the tech industry to protect consumer privacy.

  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg starts reading program

    Mark Zuckerberg wants to add a little more "book" to Facebook.

  • MoboMarket offers users a festivity of surprise gifts

    As Christmas and the New Year are getting closer, MoboMarket (http://mobomarket.co.id) is launching an attractive program dubbed Gebyar Hadiah Kejutan dari MoboMarket (MoboMarket's Surprise Gift Festivity) for its loyal customers on Dec. 22.

  • The Best Benchmark Is You

    In today’s hyper-connected world, technology buyers can find an answer to almost any question with a web browser and an internet connection. We can all do a little research before we sign the check or hand over the credit card. In the personal computer market, performance benchmarking has been an important part of evaluating computers for years, but what do benchmarks really tell us and which ones can we rely on?

  • Timeline of the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack

    It's been four weeks since hackers calling themselves Guardians of Peace began their cyberterrorism campaign against Sony Pictures Entertainment. In that time thousands of executive emails and other documents have been posted online, employees and their families were threatened, and unreleased films were stolen and made available for illegal download. The hackers then escalated this week to threatening 9/11-like attacks against movie theaters scheduled to show the Sony film "The Interview." That fanned security fears nationwide and resulted in the four top U.S. theater chains pulling the film from their screens, ultimately driving Sony to cancel the film's release.

  • Spanish news to vanish from Google News globally

    Google is locking Spanish publishers out of its popular Google News service in response to a new Spanish law that imposes fees for linking to the headlines and news stories on other websites.

  • Local manufacturer ready to produce LTE smartphone

    The terms 4G and long-term evolution (LTE) become big buzzwords in early 2014, especially in a world driven by gadget-minded people. Demand for faster data speed throughout the country is higher than ever.

  • LINE launches full AADC 2014 stickers set

    Social messaging platform LINE launched on Thursday the complete AADC 2014 stickers set of all six characters in the short drama movie.

  • Hackers force message on websites via US firm

    A U.S. firm that helps connect more than 700 companies with customers through social media says a Syrian group hacked the company's web address to upload a message to other websites.

  • More speed and maintained temperature stability

    AMD released the Radeon R9 285 as part of its Radeon R9 Series Graphics last September. So now is a good time to put it to the test with the latest and the highest graphically demanding games available.

    A little background on the R9 series, this model stands between the Radeon R9 280 and the Radeon R9 290 in terms of price. As for performance, you can judge for yourself after reading this article.

  • Jabra Evolve set to improve concentration and productivity

    Working environment factors greatly in terms of productivity. In a modern office infrastructure, having to concentrate whenever and wherever you are means a lot. Whether you are actively working in front of the PC or mobile, having your own concentration zone that keeps distraction away is a must.

  • Why Lenovo G40-45 offers the most bang for your buck

    Looking for a budget-friendly laptop is not an easy task. Especially one that packs enough punch to top off your daily tasks. 

  • Does bad behavior really hurt business?

    Silicon Valley seems to have more than its share of companies behaving badly. Among up-and-comers in the tech world, privacy abuses and executive gaffes have become viral sensations. But is all that bad behavior actually bad for business?

  • YouTube adds subscription service to music mix

    Google is remixing the music on its YouTube video site with the addition of an ad-free subscription service and a new format designed to make it easier to find millions of songs that can still be played for free.

  • Andal Software and TIS to launch Andal PayMaster for Cloud

    Andal Software, an IT company focusing on developing payroll applications, has announced a partnership with TIS to launch Andal PayMaster for Cloud on Oct. 28.

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