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  • Website reportedly shows Internet activity; 1.67 million emails per second

    Website reportedly shows Internet activity; 1.67 million emails per second
    Ever stopped to wonder how many other people might have just Liked a post on Facebook, searched for something on Google or tweeted at the same time as you? There's a website that purportedly shows you what that looks like. One Second on the Internet...
  • Top 5 flipping and tossing athletic Vines so far this year

    Top 5 flipping and tossing athletic Vines so far this year
    Limited to just six seconds, it can be tough to squeeze an athletic trick into a Vine video post, but when users do, it's pretty impressive. Whether it's basketball tricks, ninja-like moves or good ol' physical humor, here are the top five athletic...
  • BlackBerry forms panel to weigh sale of company, other options

    BlackBerry forms panel to weigh sale of company, other options
    The big question surrounding BlackBerry this year was whether anyone would buy its new smartphones. Now the attention has turned to whether anyone will want to buy the beleaguered company. BlackBerry surprised few people with its announcement Monday...
  • BlackBerry has been searching for a buyer since 2012, report says

    BlackBerry announced this week that it's considering selling itself, but the Canadian phone-maker may have a hard time finding a buyer. According to a report Tuesday, BlackBerry has already been secretly looking for a buyer for nearly a year....
  • Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield pledges to kill company email

    Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield pledges to kill company email
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Silicon Valley may be best-known for its consumer technology companies. But software is definitely not just for consumers anymore. The latest entrant: Slack, a flashy new service that makes it easier for co-workers to communicate and...
  • 2013 tech flops: Biggest busts so far [Photos]

    In technology, companies are unveiling new products almost every day, touting each as if it were the one device that will truly change the world. Rarely is that true, and for every big hit there are many misses. For whatever reason -- perhaps a...
  • With Nokia, Microsoft imitates Apple and Google, but challenges remain

    If there's one clear message Microsoft has sent out with its purchase of Nokia's device business, it's this: We can do anything Apple and Google can. By purchasing Nokia, Microsoft is stepping squarely into the hardware side of the smartphone market,...
  • Taxi apps take guesswork out of getting a ride

    Taxi apps take guesswork out of getting a ride
    Like many Southern California residents, I resisted ever hailing a taxi. The region's traffic and sprawl hinted at exorbitant fares. Figuring out whom to call and then waiting on hold to order a cab added to my reluctance. But now with a smartphone,...
  • A wallet on your phone

     A wallet on your phone
    Name: CardNinja What it is: A slender card and cash pocket that holds as many as eight credit cards and attaches like a sticker to the back of almost any cellphone. Designed to replace your wallet when you just need to tote a few credit cards and cash,...
  • Apple loyalists line up to buy newest iPhones

    Apple loyalists line up to buy newest iPhones
    SAN FRANCISCO — In what has become an annual ritual of the digital age, thousands of exuberant loyalists lined up outside Apple stores around the world to be among the first to buy the company's new iPhones. The atmosphere in the lines ranged from...
  • 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...