Television startup Aereo, which lost a US Supreme Court test of its system to bypass cable with tiny, personalized antennas, announced Friday it was filing for bankruptcy protection.
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Yahoo has struck a deal to become the default search engine on the Firefox internet browser, replacing Google and its ten year partnership with the software.
Thu 20 Nov 14 from The Independent
The budget notebook market got a bit more interesting on Friday. Goolge has announced that anyone that buys a notebook powered by Chrome OS will receive 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage free ...
9 hours ago from Techspot
A US judge signed off on Apple's $450 million legal deal to compensate consumers harmed by an illegal price-fixing conspiracy for electronic books.
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THAT agriculture permitted the human population to expand its size is obvious. That it permitted the population to expand its range as well is a more subtle point. But a paper just published ...
Thu 20 Nov 14 from The Economist
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