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Lark is the startup you'll want to sleep with

The alarm clock from the underdog in the battle for sleep improvement tech wakes you silently. And now it comes with sleep coach software.

By December 13, 2011

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Lark's silent alarm wakes you, not your bunkmate

Using mobile and sensor technology, one entrepreneur wants to help you sleep better with a "Silent Un-alarm Clock" that you wear on your wrist.

By May 31, 2011

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Galaxy S5 comes with free subscriptions to Endomondo, Box, and more

The Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a range of free subscriptions to apps, social networks, and news sites including Evernote, Endomondo, RunKeeper, and The Wall Street Journal.

By April 10, 2014

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Coveted $50,000 Twitter username swiped in tale of woe

Naoki Hiroshima talks of how security practices at PayPal and GoDaddy led to him losing his coveted Twitter handle.

By January 29, 2014

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Dell exec predicts iPad's failure in the enterprise

In an interview with CIO magazine in Australia, the head of enterprise marketing for Dell says Apple's tablet is "closed," "expensive," and "complex" for business customers.

By March 30, 2011

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Bid to cross Atlantic in flying rowboat fizzles, balloonist rescued

Ambitious stunt doesn't quite fly, as Canadian news chopper picks up North Carolina man who landed in Newfoundland.

By September 13, 2013

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iPads, tablets coming to a restaurant near you (video)

Tablets and other gizmos are the latest dinner guests. We'll visit restaurants putting high-tech fare on the menu.

By June 21, 2012

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CommBank launches NFC-less Kaching for Android

Nearly a year since it launched on iOS, the Commonwealth Bank's Kaching banking app is now available for Android devices via Google's Play Store.

By July 4, 2012

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CommBank Kaching coming to Facebook

The Commonwealth Bank today announced that it will be bringing its Kaching banking app to Facebook.

By July 4, 2012

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Microsoft is now your 'devices and services' company

CEO Steve Ballmer's latest shareholder letter declares that Microsoft officially is a devices and services company now, emphasizing the company's hardware desires.

By October 9, 2012