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Nokia, Xbox Studios part of Microsoft's big cuts

Microsoft aims to refocus as it lays off 14 percent of its staff, along with killing off Nokia Android models and Xbox Entertainment Studios. Meanwhile, Jawbone Up adds new tools for tracking food, and Apple debuts iTunes Pass.

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Nokia, Xbox Studios part of Microsoft's big cuts

Microsoft aims to refocus as it lays off 14 percent of its staff, along with killing off Nokia Android models and Xbox Entertainment Studios. Meanwhile, Jawbone Up adds new tools for tracking food, and Apple debuts iTunes Pass.

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Wearable tech will keep failing -- until we can't live without it

Revealed at the Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco: the "dirty little secret" of activity trackers and smartwatches is that they're still not worth it.

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Google sells pricey Glass to anyone in US

It still costs $1,500, but Google opened up its Glass Explorer program to anyone in the States. Meanwhile, LG launches its Lifeband Touch fitness tracker and the Jawbone Up judges your driving habits.

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Nike FuelBand’s wearable lesson not so clear-cut for Fitbit, Jawbone

Nike's decision to downsize its FuelBand division may not be applicable to other wearable tech startups. After all, not all devices are trying to rule both wrists.

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Wearables set for explosive growth, study shows

Although wearable device shipment volumes will reach just 19 million units in 2014, that figure will grow to 111.9 million in 2018, according to IDC research.

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BlackBerry Diaries: day three

It's a return to the planet of the apps as Nic experiments with getting Android applications onto the BlackBerry Q10.

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New HTC One sees double with two rear cameras

A leaked flier says HTC's new smartphone can create 3D effects, Jawbone Up24 works with Android, and Twitch broadcasting arrives for Xbox One in time for Titanfall.

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New HTC One sees double with two rear cameras

A leaked flier says HTC's new smartphone can create 3D effects, Jawbone Up24 works with Android, and Twitch broadcasting arrives for Xbox One in time for Titanfall.

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Android support finally comes to Jawbone Up24

The wait has ended for Android fans eyeing the Jawbone Up24 fitness tracker and its insightful, engaging mobile app.

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The manhunt to reveal the true identity of the Bitcoin creator "Satoshi Nakamoto" is over - Newsweek helps us unravel the legend and what his identity means to the world of cryptocurrency. We'll also show you how Jawbone is helping to curb caffeine addiction, a couple that broadcasts each one of their fights on Twitter, and an iPhone alarm that wakes you up to the smell of sizzling Oscar Mayer bacon.

Ep. 1438: Where Satoshi Nakamoto is Satoshi Nakamoto

The hunt to reveal the true identity of Bitcoin's creator is over. Plus, we'll show you how Jawbone is helping to curb caffeine addiction, a couple that broadcasts each one of their fights on Twitter, and an iPhone alarm that wakes you up to the smell of sizzling Oscar Mayer bacon.

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Samsung had no fewer than three wearables debut at Mobile World Congress, and the most interesting was the Gear Fit: from its curved AMOLED display to its Fitbit-like wristband design, the Gear Fit falls right in between smartwatches like fitness bands. It's less advanced than the new Gear 2, but it's still feature-packed: there's a heart rate monitor, message notifications, and remote music controls are onboard. It arrives in April. <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/samsung-gear-fit/">Read our hands-on take on the Gear Fit.</a><br>

Wearable tech at Mobile World Congress (pictures)

All things wrist-, head-, and ear-worn: Tour of what debuted in Barcelona.

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