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  • How I Made It: Najeeb Ghauri, founder and CEO of NetSol Technologies

    How I Made It: Najeeb Ghauri, founder and CEO of NetSol Technologies
    The gig: Najeeb Ghauri is the founder and chief executive of NetSol Technologies Inc., a Calabasas software company that makes a lot of its money from a program widely used in automobile leasing. Its customers include automakers Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen,...
  • Nokia unveils tablet, 6-inch phones; Instagram, Vine apps coming

    Nokia unveils tablet, 6-inch phones; Instagram, Vine apps coming
    Hoping to get a jump on its rivals, Nokia announced early Tuesday that it will be rolling out a tablet running the Windows operating system and two smartphones with whopping 6-inch screens. The Finnish phone maker also said that popular apps Instagram...
  • Apple to release Mavericks OS X today for free

    Apple to release Mavericks OS X today for free
    Apple announced it will release the latest version of its computer software, Mavericks OS X, on Tuesday. The upgrade will be available for download directly from the Mac App Store for free. The company made the announcement Tuesday morning at an event...
  • How to know if your Mac computer can upgrade to new Mavericks OS X

    How to know if your Mac computer can upgrade to new Mavericks OS X
    Apple's new Mac software, Mavericks OS X, which comes full of features including new Maps and iBooks apps, was made available for download Tuesday. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech company said Macs released as far back as 2007 will be able to upgrade...
  • Apple emphasizes its software amid unveiling of refreshed iPad lineup

    Apple emphasizes its software amid unveiling of refreshed iPad lineup
    SAN FRANCISCO — Thinner. Lighter. Free. Those may have been the three most important words uttered at an event Tuesday where Apple launched slimmer versions of its iPad tablets with hopes of supercharging sales of a pioneering device that lately...
  • Why adding Instagram and Vine is key for Nokia and Windows Phone

    Why adding Instagram and Vine is key for Nokia and Windows Phone
    Nokia announced a new tablet and two new smartphones this week, but perhaps the most significant move the company made was adding the Instagram and Vine apps to its devices running Windows Phone operating system. Since being caught off guard by the...
  • Sexism a problem in Silicon Valley, critics say

    SAN FRANCISCO — Speaking before a gathering of women in technology, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg recalled an uncomfortable exchange with two men on a different stage discussing the scarcity of women in the industry. One...
  • Apple's new Mavericks OS X: Top 10 features to check out [Photos]

    Apple's new Mavericks OS X: Top 10 features to check out [Photos]
    Even though Apple's new Mavericks OS X -- the latest version of its operating system for Macbook laptops and Mac desktop computes -- is seen as an evolutionary upgrade, there are a few cool new features you'll want to try. In total, Apple packed...
  • Apple Mac users upgrading to new Mavericks OS X at a record pace?

    Apple Mac users upgrading to new Mavericks OS X at a record pace?
    More than three times as many users were reportedly surfing the Web with Mavericks OS X on the first day of its release than those who did so with its predecessor, Mountain Lion OS X. In just 24 hours, users who downloaded and installed Apple's new...
  • Tale of the tape: How the Nexus 5 compares to the iPhone 5s, Nexus 4

    Tale of the tape: How the Nexus 5 compares to the iPhone 5s, Nexus 4
    After countless leaks, Google has finally formally unveiled its new Nexus 5 smartphone, and it arrives just in time for the holiday shopping season. The LG-built device comes a month after Google sold out of its predecessor, the Nexus 4. Around the same...
  • Brain fitness games: A look at Lumosity, Posit Science, CogniFit

    Brain fitness games: A look at Lumosity, Posit Science, CogniFit
    As the brain fitness craze grows, so do the number of software programs that promise to boost mental skills. Here, we take a look at three of the largest companies in the digital brain health industry. Each offers trial games that users can play free:...