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  • BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard

    BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard
    In an early win for BlackBerry, a start-up co-founded by Ryan Seacrest has been banned from selling its iPhone keyboard. BlackBerry sued Typo Products in January, alleging that Typo's iPhone case -- which includes a physical keyboard -- copies...
  • More cell phone savings, free Internet from AT&T

    More cell phone savings, free Internet from AT&T
    The wireless wars continue. That's wonderful, because as long as carriers keep fighting for your business, you'll keep saving big bucks. Last month, T-Mobile and AT&T offered savings on family plans. Sprint and Verizon the largest carrier, have...
  • AT&T, T-Mobile cellular war saves families big bucks

    AT&T, T-Mobile cellular war saves families big bucks
    All is fair in love and cell-phone wars. Thanks to a brutal battle between AT&T and T-Mobile, we foot soldiers get to save big bucks on family phone bills. The blitz started Super Bowl Sunday. Tim Tebow kicked off T-Mo's campaign, saying the carrier...
  • Maximize your laptop

    Maximize your laptop
    Your laptop can do a lot more than help you write papers and check facebook. Want to see where your online time is actually being spent? Access a computer you left at home or in the dorm? Merge a group project into one document? Never lose any work...
  • Why iTunes, apps and services may be key to Apple's future

    Why iTunes, apps and services may be key to Apple's future
    Despite its ecosystem of products, Apple's business relies heavily on the sales of iPhones. In the third quarter results reported on Tuesday, iPhone sales were 52.7% of revenue. But what's the second most important business? That's harder to answer, and...
  • MTA to offer tracking of buses via smartphone

    MTA to offer tracking of buses via smartphone
    Users of the Maryland Transit Administration's bus system will be able to track buses in their area via their smartphones and other mobile devices starting this fall, one of many changes announced Monday as part of the agency's multiyear bus improvement...
  • Nickel in early iPad likely triggered allergy in boy: study

    Nickel in early iPad likely triggered allergy in boy: study
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Nickel in a first-generation iPad likely triggered an allergic skin reaction in an 11-year-old boy, a case that highlights an increasingly common condition linked to the rapid adoption of consumer electronics, according to a...
  • Opera Software to buy Brentwood start-up AdColony

    Opera Software to buy Brentwood start-up AdColony
    Tap to watch a TV show clip on Lifetime's iPad app, and a high-definition video ad for the Home Depot begins playing, it seems, even before your finger has left the screen. Shaving milliseconds to get that and thousands of other video ads loaded...
  • Facebook to track users' TV habits

    Beginning this fall, when Facebook users watch a TV show on a cellphone or tablet, Facebook will probably know about it. The social network will scan its databases and send the age and gender of the viewer to Nielsen, the TV ratings measurement company,...
  • AT&T executive Paul Roth keeps retail relevant

    AT&T executive Paul Roth keeps retail relevant
    Of all the innovative displays meant to make AT&T's Michigan Avenue flagship store a paragon of experiential retail, Paul Roth's favorite is a simple round table with a few bar stools. "This is the place where our associate sits down with you, powers up...
  • Apple, IBM team up to develop apps for businesses

    Apple, IBM team up to develop apps for businesses
    Thirty years after Apple took thinly veiled potshots at IBM in the now-famous 1984 Super Bowl commercial, the two companies are making nice. Tech giants Apple and IBM announced a partnership Tuesday to work together to provide business-centered apps...