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  • BlackBerry shares up on possible takeover by Google or Samsung

    BlackBerry shares are up about 3.6% thanks to a report that says several major tech players are interested in buying parts or all of the struggling Canadian phone maker. Google, Samsung, Cisco, Intel, SAP and LG are all among the tech companies...
  • Apple recruits BlackBerry staffers in smartphone maker's backyard

    If ruining BlackBerry's business wasn't enough, Apple has reportedly also begun recruiting the Canadian company's employees. Last month, just days after BlackBerry announced it would cut 4,500 staffers, or about 40% of its workforce, Apple held a...
  • Tweets disappear from users' Twitter feeds, confusion ensues

    Tweets disappear from users' Twitter feeds, confusion ensues
    There was a brief moment of confusion on Twitter on Friday afternoon, as what appears to be a widespread glitch wiped out users' timelines, making it impossible for them to see any tweets. The problem didn't last long, and Twitter was back to normal...
  • Review: Galaxy Gear is fun, cool but not worth buying just yet [Video]

    If you see someone speaking into their watch, they're not crazy or pretending to be a spy. They probably own a Samsung Galaxy Gear. The South Korean tech giant released its $299 smartwatch in the U.S. earlier this month and has been spending some big...
  • BlackBerry writes open letter to 'set the record straight'

    Still use a BlackBerry or thinking about buying one? The company wants you to know everything is going to be OK. BlackBerry has published an open letter as part of an all-out media blitz designed to reassure nervous customers that the Canadian company...
  • Time for smartwatches: Sony unveils device, Google watch coming

    Time for smartwatches: Sony unveils device, Google watch coming
    It's the season for smartwatches. Sony on Tuesday rolled out a smartwatch while a report says Google could release its own watch soon. Smartwatches function similarly to smartphones, but are worn on users' arms like wristwatches. Earlier this month,...
  • Apple sets Oct. 22 for press event; new iPad, MacBook Pro expected

    Apple sets Oct. 22 for press event; new iPad, MacBook Pro expected
    It's official: Apple's next event will be Oct. 22. The Cupertino tech giant sent out invitations to the media for the event, where Apple is expected to announce a variety of new products. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts...
  • Glendale city officials may drop BlackBerry phones

    Glendale city officials are considering tossing out the remaining employee BlackBerry phonesdue to the Canadian company's financial struggles. While some employees have Android phones, there are still 130 Blackberry devices in use. “Their...
  • Obama says he can't use iPhone due to security, must use BlackBerry

    Obama says he can't use iPhone due to security, must use BlackBerry
    No amount of hope or change can set President Obama up with an iPhone. The leader of the free world said he is not allowed to use the popular Apple device due to security reasons, according to Reuters. Obama revealed the limitation of his job at a...
  • Instagram event invite: Printed photos, private messaging coming?

    Instagram event invite: Printed photos, private messaging coming?
    Instagram has sent out media invitations for an event next week in New York City. The Facebook-owned social network sent the invitations via FedEx, rather than through email as is customary with tech companies, according to CNET. Instagram opted for...
  • Half of Twitter's board members rarely tweet

    Twitter made headlines Thursday by appointing its first female board member, Marjorie Scardino. But it turns out the former Pearson chief executive had never sent a tweet prior to joining the company. Scardino's first tweet came after the @Twitter...