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  • Surface RT price slashed, but other options still good [Photos]

    Surface RT price slashed, but other options still good [Photos]
    Following a major company restructuring last week, Microsoft has cut the price of its Surface RT tablets by $150. The Surface RT is the light version of the company's flagship tablet, running a limited version of Windows 8 operating system. The base...
  • Nokia Lumia selling better than all BlackBerry smartphones

    Nokia's line of Lumia smartphones is outselling all smartphones made by BlackBerry, including new devices running the BlackBerry 10 operating system, according to their most recent quarterly reports. The Finnish phone-maker sold 7.4 million of its Lumia...
  • The latest smartphone fad: big camera lenses

    The latest smartphone fad: big camera lenses
    Last year, smartphone manufacturers focused on selling phones with really big screens. This year, it's all about really big camera lenses. A report Friday by SonyAlpha, a blog that covers Sony camera news, claims the Japanese electronics giant is...
  • In a stalemated Capitol, lawmakers embrace political theater

    In a stalemated Capitol, lawmakers embrace political theater
    WASHINGTON — On the first day of the federal government shutdown, Republican leaders shucked their jackets, sat at a conference table and faced empty chairs — and cameras — to show that Democrats wouldn't negotiate. With the shutdown...
  • 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...
  • BlackBerry CEO John Chen outlines 'the way forward'

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen outlines 'the way forward'
    BlackBerry's interim chief executive is fighting back against competitors who claim the smartphone maker is on its last legs. John Chen, who replaced former CEO Thorsten Heins after his ouster in November, said in an Op-Ed article Monday that he's...
  • BlackBerry suing Typo, Ryan Seacrest's iPhone keyboard case company

    BlackBerry suing Typo, Ryan Seacrest's iPhone keyboard case company
    BlackBerry is kicking off 2014 by suing Typo, an iPhone keyboard case company partly funded by TV celebrity Ryan Seacrest. The Canadian tech company announced the lawsuit Friday, saying Typo is blatantly copying its hardware and infringing on its...
  • CES 2014: BlackBerry executives tout BBM, say phones still key part of business

    CES 2014: BlackBerry executives tout BBM, say phones still key part of business
    LAS VEGAS -- 2013 wasn't a great year for BlackBerry, but the company says it is moving forward. The Canadian tech company sent a slew of executives to CES this week to reassure the public about its prospects and to promote its latest products. But...
  • CES 2014: Samsung's HS Kim predicts ultra-HD TVs will replace HD soon

    CES 2014: Samsung's HS Kim predicts ultra-HD TVs will replace HD soon
    LAS VEGAS -- Samsung is betting big on ultra-high-definition televisions. So big, in fact, that HS Kim, executive vice president of Samsung's visual display business, is predicting that ultra-HD sets will soon dominate the consumer market, eclipsing...
  • BlackBerry to 'predominantly' stick with keyboards, CEO says

    BlackBerry to 'predominantly' stick with keyboards, CEO says
    It's back to basics for BlackBerry, as the Canadian phone maker has said customers should expect most of its future devices to come with keyboards built into the hardware. John Chen, the company's new chief executive, told Bloomberg that he is a big fan...