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Yes, Android is a free and open platform but...

Google imposes certain terms on phone and tablet manufacturers in return for key apps on that free operating system, says The Wall Street Journal.

By Feb. 13, 2014

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White House: You have a right to unlock your cell phone

Obama administration says consumers should be able to unlock their cell phones, but that doesn't mean it's OK yet.

By Mar. 4, 2013

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Think PCs are dead? Check out these crazy mods

It may be biased, but AMD thinks PCs are still important, and it wants people to reimagine them. At SXSW, it shows off some artistically modded PCs.

By Mar. 7, 2013

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Google, Google+ and search: Maybe it's all an SEO play

"I perceived that Google would grant my site preferred placement--more algorithmic traffic--if I linked my Google Plus account to my web site and online publications," says Harvard professor Ben Edelman.

By Jan. 12, 2012

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As U.S. ponders automated autos, U.K. green-lights driverless car test

England to see the first tests of automated vehicles later in the year while White House pledges to "get this right" from policy standpoint.

By Jul. 17, 2013

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Advances in prosthetics aside, Boston amputees face challenges

At least 13 people lost a limb or part of one in the Boston Marathon blasts. But while prosthetics have progressed in recent years, patients still have much emotional, psychological, and physical recovering to do, experts say.

By Apr. 22, 2013

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Google's JotSpot exposes user data

Harvard researcher finds sensitive JotSpot user information on the Web and says it doesn't elicit confidence in Google's ability to be a secure hosted services provider.

By Oct. 30, 2008

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Google changes JotSpot privacy settings after complaint

Researcher challenges Google after finding names and e-mail address of JotSpot users via Google search and wins--Google changes that and turns everything private.

By Oct. 31, 2008

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Study: URL typos earn Google $497 million per year

Google could be making millions from "typosquatting" because its network of display ads--from which it receives a cut of the profits--run on the typo'd sites.

By Feb. 18, 2010

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EPIC to FTC: Google Search Plus may violate privacy, antitrust rules

Privacy group wants FTC to examine Google's integration of Google+ data into search results.

By Jan. 12, 2012