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  • Google's Nest launches network technology for connected home

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's Nest Labs on Tuesday unveiled an industry group to encourage makers of smart home gadgets like locks and light bulbs to use Thread, a new standard for devices to communicate on a network. The attempt by Nest, a...
  • Roche says wins priority review for Avastin in cervical cancer

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss drugmaker Roche said U.S. health regulators have granted a priority review of its Avastin drug when combined with chemotherapy to treat women with cervical cancer. An approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treating...
  • China's Xiaomi to invest in India, launches budget smartphones

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - China's Xiaomi said it intends to invest heavily in India as the budget smartphone maker launched on Tuesday its flagship Mi phone and other products in the world's third largest smartphone market, currently dominated by Samsung...
  • Gay Males Choose Ellen DeGeneres as Their Favorite Celebrity Endorser

    Gay males have crowned talkshow personality Ellen DeGeneres their most admired celebrity, and have singled out her recent pitch work with Maybelline as the advertising campaign they liked most in the past year. DeGeneres closely aligns with the celebrity...
  • 3-D printing meets crowdfunding in new device to relieve back pain

    3-D printing meets crowdfunding in new device to relieve back pain
    When Gene Shirokobrod's patients started asking the doctor of physical therapy to come home with them, he decided to find a product to recommend as an alternative for help with back and neck pain. But he couldn't find any product he thought was good...
  • TV Guide Network Sets International Distribution Pact with Banijay

    TV Guide Network has struck a deal with France's Banijay to handle international distribution of the cabler's original series and other programming. Deal comes as TVGN mounts a big push with unscripted originals such as "Rock This Boat: New Kids on the...
  • PBS Hires Sony Pictures' Scott Nourse to Head Digital Product Development

    PBS has recruited Scott Nourse, previously SVP of production operations for Sony Pictures Interactive, to lead the pubcaster's digital product team. Nourse, to be based in Arlington, Va., will be in charge of all new digital product development as PBS...
  • Defending football title means pursuing new trophy for FSU

    Defending football title means pursuing new trophy for FSU
    After claiming the last Bowl Championship Series trophy to be awarded, Florida State can set its sights on the new College Football Playoff trophy, which was unveiled Monday. The impressive new trophy, which will be awarded for the first time after...
  • Three women avoid prison in NYC payroll fraud case

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three women avoided prison on Tuesday for crimes stemming from a massive fraud and kickback scheme involving a New York City payroll project that prosecutors say pushed its costs to $700 million. U.S. District Judge George Daniels in...
  • Next-generation iPhone to enter mass production this month: media

    Next-generation iPhone to enter mass production this month: media
    TAIPEI - Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, the world's largest contract manufacturer of electronic goods, will begin mass production of Apple Inc's next-generation iPhone this month, local media reported Friday. Mass production of a 4.7-inch...
  • Italian sisters' Gioiello captures honey's character in a glass

    Italian sisters' Gioiello captures honey's character in a glass
    Before the cocktail craze, before the tequila and mescal craze, there was the grappa craze. Bars and primarily Italian restaurants routinely stocked dozens of high-priced bottles. Some bore the label of prominent winemakers. Some came in eccentric glass...