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  • President Obama meets with tech CEOs over NSA spying

    President Obama meets with tech CEOs over NSA spying
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Six technology executives including Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt met with President Obama on Friday to discuss National Security Agency spying in the wake of revelations that the...
  • Distracted Driving Apps Step in When Willpower Fails

     
    As we near the end of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, by now you've likely heard at least some of the many statistics showing how smartphone use while driving is fraught with danger for motorists, their passengers and everyone around them.......
  • BlackBerry reports loss, revenue decline but says it is ahead of plan

    BlackBerry swung to a loss and reported a decline in revenue in its fourth quarter, but Chief Executive John Chen greeted the results with optimism. "I am obviously extremely pleased with the Q4 results because it put us on the track and if not,...
  • UF a showcase for Orlando firm's campus-security app

    UF a showcase for Orlando firm's campus-security app
    Sarah Spann heard the steps behind her and quickened her pace. The man pursuing her on the University of Florida's campus sped up too. She ducked into an apartment-complex parking lot, but he lurked across the street. Spann quickly tapped an emergency...
  • T-Mobile will no longer carry BlackBerry smartphones in its stores

    It's getting only tougher for struggling BlackBerry as T-Mobile, one of the top U.S. carriers, said it will no longer sell the Canadian smartphones in its stores. The only customers who are still interested in purchasing BlackBerry are business...
  • In India, death of 'Minister Twitter's' wife shocks New Delhi

    In India, death of 'Minister Twitter's' wife shocks New Delhi
    NEW DELHI -- The wife of a prominent Indian politician was found dead of an apparent suicide in her hotel room Friday night after engaging in a Twitter feud with a Pakistani journalist she accused of having an affair with her husband. The politician,...
  • Go Away With ... Katie Barberi

    Born in Mexico and raised in the United States, actress-singer Katie Barberi fondly recalls a childhood where her family moved to dozens of cities in both countries to accommodate her parents' careers. "I loved it," says Barberi, 40. "I'm sure my love...
  • iPhones account for 42% of smartphones owned in the U.S.

    iPhones account for 42% of smartphones owned in the U.S.
    Apple's iPhone is owned by more than 40% of smartphone users in the U.S., giving the Cupertino tech company a larger share of the national smartphone market than any of its rivals, according to a report Thursday. Apple's U.S. iPhone ownership grew...
  • T-Mobile announces BlackBerry Loyalty Reward of up to $250

    T-Mobile, which got into a bit of trouble with BlackBerry a few days ago when it encouraged its BlackBerry users to switch to the iPhone 5s, is trying to make amends. The wireless carrier said in a blog post that starting this Friday, it will offer a...
  • iPad Air off to fast start, could be far more successful than iPad 4

    The iPad Air has gotten off to a fast start, and that could mean that it may be an "iPad Christmas" after all. Apple CEO Tim Cook made that bold statement during an earnings call late last month, essentially saying the company was expecting large...
  • BlackBerry in deal to go private

    BlackBerry in deal to go private
    In a last-ditch effort to salvage its business, BlackBerry has struck a tentative deal to be bought by a Canadian insurance company for $4.7 billion. An agreement is not complete and other bids could emerge, but already analysts are saying that the...