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  • 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...
  • Email issues? Maryland officials opt to Google it

    Email issues? Maryland officials opt to Google it
    Not long ago state officials in Maryland faced a technology roadblock that anyone who works at a private company would find quaint: There was no easy way to blast an email to the entire workforce. For an administration led by an early BlackBerry addict,...
  • 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,...
  • BlackBerry to sell most of its real estate holdings in Canada

    BlackBerry to sell most of its real estate holdings in Canada
    BlackBerry plans to sell the majority of its commercial real estate portfolio in Canada to bolster its financial position. The Canadian company said Tuesday that the real estate holdings, comprising more than 3 million square feet of space, would be...
  • Twitter owes me $1. I'll take it now.

    Twitter owes me $1. I'll take it now.
    True confession: I sometimes (OK, fine, often) waste a lot of time on dumb stuff. ¬†Which probably explains my interest in Twitter. You undoubtedly heard that Twitter had its IPO (that’s initial public offering for non-business-school types)...
  • Designer Tory Burch is a pro, but this is her first Rodeo

    Designer Tory Burch is a pro, but this is her first Rodeo
    The Tory Burch universe just keeps getting bigger. On Tuesday, the New York-based designer staked her claim on the West Coast's most famous shopping street, opening her first Rodeo Drive flagship. It's her fourth store in the Los Angeles area and her...
  • 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...
  • Flash iPhone case could be the savior of your night pictures

    Flash iPhone case could be the savior of your night pictures
    A new Kickstarter project wants to fix your iPhone night photos by turning your smartphone case into a camera flash light. Lightstrap began crowdfunding on Kickstarter this week, and it promises to make your low-light iPhone pictures 10 times brighter....