The good news is that Bungie’s eagerly anticipated Destiny finally has a release date. The bad news is that date is September 9th, 2014, which is several long months away. The Destiny ...
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The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case on how far software patents can go in covering an abstract idea. Today, the court said it would take on CLS Bank v. Alice Corp., ...
Fri 6 Dec 13 from The Verge
At the end of October, Motorola made a surprising announcement: it was working on an open-source initiative called Project Ara that would allow for the creation of modular, ...
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Yesterday, Apple began a small press push on its new iBeacon technology, pushed an Apple Store app update to support them and turned the feature on in 254 U.S. based stores in an initial rollout. ...
17 hours ago from TechCrunch
It’s been nearly a year in the making but Spotify has reportedly struck a deal with Sony, Universal and Warner that will allow them to offer a free version of their streaming music service ...
Fri 6 Dec 13 from Techspot
The developers behind a free torch app for Android smartphones have confessed to stealing users' location data to send to advertisers.
Fri 6 Dec 13 from The Independent
The anticipated Google TV relaunch could be named after a much more successful branch of Google products. [Read more]
Fri 6 Dec 13 from CNET
A well-drawn map isn't just a functional chart, it's a thing of beauty. National Geographic has been making gorgeous print maps for over 120 years, and thanks to a new partnership, over 500 ...
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Apple wants Samsung Electronics to pay $22 million of the legal bills that the iPhone and iPad maker has rung up so far defending its mobile device patents in a courtroom battle.
Fri 6 Dec 13 from Phys.org
One of the world's largest botnets has been disrupted thanks to a joint campaign by Microsoft and law enforcement agencies.
Fri 6 Dec 13 from The Independent
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