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Verizon 'supercookies' could be a boon to advertisers, hackers

Supercookies could take a bigger bite out of your privacy than you think, say researchers. Here's what they're worried about.

By November 10, 2014

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ESPN to drop 3D channel in 2013

ESPN has confirmed it will cease broadcasting its 3D channel by the end of the year and will focus on new technologies such as 4K.

By June 12, 2013

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Meet Google's secret weapon for fighting Apple and Microsoft

TechRepublic editor Jason Hiner tells the back story of Motorola's Webtop software, which just may give Google a big advantage in the brave new world of post-PC devices.

By April 23, 2012

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Sony's lovely Xperia S may land on AT&T soon

Beautifully crafted and artfully sculpted, Sony's Xperia S was one of the slickest smartphones we saw at CES 2012. Now it looks like it could arrive on AT&T.

By January 27, 2012

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Tethering app pops up on iTunes, then gets pulled

Looking to connect your laptop to your iPhone's data connection? The iTether app may have been for you. Unfortunately, it's been pulled from the iTunes App Store.

By November 29, 2011

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HTC leakfest: Android Vigor, WP7 Omega, Puccini tablet

Feast your eyes on the biggest and baddest of HTC's second-half line-up for 2011; from the Android-powered Vigor to the Windows Phone Mango Omega.

By August 28, 2011

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HTC Puccini tablet photos imply UK may have to wait

New photos of HTC's upcoming Android Honeycomb tablet indicate it will use new 4G LTE tech -- bad news for us mobile luddites in the UK.

By August 24, 2011

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HTC's Puccini tablet could support AT&T LTE

The 10-inch tablet, which could land at AT&T in October under the Jetstream name, could be the first device to support the carrier's new 4G LTE network.

By August 24, 2011

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Skype Wi-Fi launches

Researchers say cell phone radiation may lower sperm count, AT&T cuts its texting plans down to one, and Skype launches an app for iOS that lets world travelers use Wi-Fi hot spots on a per-minute basis.

By August 18, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1534: Cognitive semiconductors: here comes the Singularity! (Podcast)

IBM has created what they're benignly calling "cognitive semiconductors," which are computers that can actually learn, think, and creatively process information. So, that sounds like a good idea, right? I mean, seriously, great work, IBM, but when one of your big backers is DARPA, you can't fool us. We know Skynet is upon us. Also, don't get caught with your patents down!

By August 18, 2011