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So what's a brand-new (defunct) Coda sedan electric car worth?

Electric cars from the defunct Coda company are going for fire sale prices online.

By February 26, 2014

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Dropcam drops old cameras, gives users new ones for free

Dropcam announces that it's stopping support on original Dropcam and Dropcam Echo models on April 15, but will send you a free Dropcam HD replacement for your trouble.

By January 26, 2015

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AT&T adds to Mexico shopping spree with Nextel Mexico buy

The $1.875 billion deal follows its acquisition of Iusacell and bid to expand its presence in Mexico.

By January 26, 2015

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5 tips for finding anything, about anyone, online

How to hunt down people -- even if they don't want to be found.

By January 22, 2015

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CES 2015 taught us the wireless audio future is now

At this year's CES, audio was about wireless connectivity and decluttering, and this is something that makers of technologies like Dolby Atmos could learn from.

By January 9, 2015

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​Verizon CEO throws cold water on AOL deal rumors

Lowell McAdam says Verizon doesn't want to become a content company and denies serious acquisition talks. But he leaves open the possibility of a future partnership.

By January 6, 2015

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Verizon said to be kicking the tires on AOL acquisition

Merger could boost the wireless operator's video offerings, according to Bloomberg.

By January 5, 2015

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The Arcade: a capitalist commune of indie game development

Playing host to 19 different companies, the Arcade in Melbourne, Australia is dedicated to changing the face of indie game development. Just don't call it an incubator.

By December 21, 2014

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Apple misled iPod owners, plaintiffs allege at class action trial

The trial kicks off to determine whether Apple illegally used iTunes software updates to keep consumers locked in its digital music ecosystem.

By December 2, 2014

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Apple's iPod antitrust class action suit: All you need to know (FAQ)

Some consumers accused Apple of unfairly boosting iPod prices because it banned music from services other than the iTunes store. They're asking for $350 million, and even Steve Jobs will make an appearance in court, via taped deposition.

By December 1, 2014