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  • Tubi TV Free Internet Video Service Launches with 20,000 Shows and Movies (Most of Which You've Never Heard Of)

    AdRise, a content distribution and advertising startup, is launching Tubi TV, a free, ad-supported video-on-demand service stocked with 20,000 licensed TV shows and movies. The company is positioning Tubi TV as an alternative to subscription services...
  • Apple, Samsung, others commit to anti-theft tools for smartphones

    Apple, Samsung, others commit to anti-theft tools for smartphones
    Many of the world's top phone manufacturers, including Apple and Samsung, announced that they have committed to include basic anti-theft tools for smartphones made after July 2015 for sale in the U.S. Google, Microsoft, Nokia, HTC and several others...
  • Heartbleed computer bug shouldn't be dismissed

    If your heart skipped a beat when you heard about the latest major online security threat, a bug called Heartbleed, calm down. It's not worth having a heart attack over. But you can't dismiss Heartbleed, either. You likely will have to change some...
  • LG Unveils 'Rosetta Stone' Open-Source Code for Connected-TV Apps

    LG Electronics is releasing a free, open-source software development kit for Google Android and Apple iOS developers to let apps easily connect with - eventually -- any Internet-connected TV or device on the market. The Connect SDK, which LG execs tout...
  • 4.5 million smartphones were lost or stolen in U.S. in 2013

    4.5 million smartphones were lost or stolen in U.S. in 2013
    A report released Thursday said 4.5 million smartphones were lost or stolen in the U.S. in 2013, up from 2.8 million in 2012. Thefts were largely responsible for the increase in devices that were permanently separated from their owners, according to...
  • RadioShack cuts price of iPhone 5s to $99

    RadioShack cuts price of iPhone 5s to $99
    If you're looking to buy the iPhone 5s for cheap, RadioShack is the place to go. The electronics retailer is holding a promotion that drops the price of the 16-gigabyte Apple iPhone 5s to $99 on a two-year contract. That's a nearly 50% discount on the...
  • Wearable tech devices hit another bump in the road

    Wearable tech devices hit another bump in the road
    Wearable fitness trackers are in survival-of-the-fittest mode. Touted as the next big thing in technology, wearable tech has spawned a dizzying array of Internet-connected wristwatches and head-mounted devices. Leading the fledgling industry are fitness...
  • Fan TV coming to Time Warner Cable in first national rollout

    Fan TV coming to Time Warner Cable in first national rollout
    This post has been updated, as indicated below. The revolutionary Fan TV set-top box and viewer guide will soon be available to Time Warner Cable customers across the country, marking the first formal roll-out of a product that delivers a combination of...
  • Apple mocks Samsung with Earth Day ad, kicks off iPad trade-in program

    Apple mocks Samsung with Earth Day ad, kicks off iPad trade-in program
    Leave it to Apple to celebrate Earth Day by kicking off new device recycling programs while also taking a shot at one of its biggest rivals. The Cupertino tech company on Tuesday ran an Earth Day ad in numerous newspapers around the world, including The...
  • Time Warner Cable Will Market Startup's Fan TV as Alternative to Its Own Set-Tops

    Hate your cable set-top? Time Warner Cable will soon be suggesting customers to go out and buy a cool new $99 device that provides access to live TV and Internet-streaming services -- with a sleek new menu that outshines TW Cable's own guide. Fanhattan's...
  • AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts

    AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts
    AOL Mail has changed its policies to prevent spammers from sending messages out of addresses that are made to look like real AOL email accounts. The company announced the change Tuesday afternoon after numerous users took to Twitter to complain that...