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  • Android co-founder Andy Rubin to leave Google

    Android co-founder Andy Rubin to leave Google
    Google Inc said on Thursday that Andy Rubin, co-founder of its Android mobile business and head of its nascent robotics effort is leaving the company. Rubin will start a company to support startups interested in building technology-hardware products,...
  • Digital Tracking: 'Nightcrawler' to Slither its Way to $12 Million Opening

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? Moviepilot -- which studies social data and box office trends -- analyzes this weekend's new...
  • Nexus Player is Google's search-friendly answer to Apple TV

    Nexus Player is Google's search-friendly answer to Apple TV
    The Apple TV gets along brilliantly with other branches of the Apple family. Music and movies from iTunes automatically load onto Apple TV, and it enables iPhones, Macs and iPads to display onto a big monitor or television. The Nexus Player, which...
  • Google Expands Reach of Disney Movies Anywhere Streaming Service on Android Devices

    After launching Disney Movies Anywhere on Apple devices in February, Walt Disney Studios has partnered with Google to make the streaming service available on platforms that run on Android. The deal should significantly expand the reach of DMA in the...
  • Disney's Movies Anywhere service comes to Google Play

    Disney's Movies Anywhere service comes to Google Play
    The Walt Disney Co.'s online movie service is now available on Android mobile devices through Google Play, after launching early this year on Apple Inc.'s iTunes.  The service, dubbed Disney Movies Anywhere, gives consumers the ability to access and...
  • Will Apple Pay change your travel?

    Will Apple Pay change your travel?
    The definitive answer to that question is "not right now, but maybe later." Apple's widely heralded move will certainly shake up the world of payment, but it's by no means a game-changer. First, the basics. Apple Pay is an application that lets you use...
  • Alibaba growth surges in first earnings report since IPO

    Alibaba growth surges in first earnings report since IPO
    Alibaba posted strong second-quarter earnings that showed the Chinese e-commerce giant is continuing a blistering pace of growth. In its first quarterly earnings report since going public in the largest IPO ever, Alibaba said Tuesday that revenue surged...
  • Digital Audience Ratings: 'Vampire Diaries' Bites Into Top 10, 'Marco Polo' Finds Way to Trending

    Provided by ListenFirst Media, DAR - TV measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind DAR - TV, scroll to the bottom of the article....
  • Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads

    Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads
    Microsoft Corp on Thursday said users of its Office suite of applications on Apple Inc's iPad would be able to create and edit documents for free instead of paying for a subscription, in a bid to capture more mobile users. The move is the latest, and one...
  • iPad users can get Microsoft Office for free

    iPad users can get Microsoft Office for free
    Users of Microsoft Office on iPads would be able to create and edit documents for free instead of paying for a subscription, in a bid to capture more mobile users, Microsoft said Thursday. The move is the latest, and one of the most dramatic, in...
  • Does a negative review qualify for the 'right to be forgotten'?

    Does a negative review qualify for the 'right to be forgotten'?
    On Tuesday, the Washington Post printed an impassioned letter from pianist Dejan Lazic, which began like this: "Dear Madam/Sir, It is hard to believe that almost four years after this article was published in your newspaper the contents of it still appear...