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  • Shiny New iPhones Widen Gap Between Apple and Samsung Before Holidays

    The release of two new iPhones designed for high-end and budget-conscious consumers helped Apple significantly grow its marketshare during the fourth quarter of 2013 and widen the gap over close rival Samsung in the U.S. Owners of the iPhone made up 42%...
  • Speaking up on Google electronic throat tattoo device

    Speaking up on Google electronic throat tattoo device
    WWED: What would Edison do? What would the inventor whose patents made so much of modern life possible have to say about this development: A Google-owned company has just filed for a patent for a stick-on temporary neck tattoo, a kind of electronic...
  • Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January

    Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January
    Google will begin selling a basic version of its Project Ara modular smartphone in January, the company said this week. Project Ara is an effort by Google to make a smartphone that consumers can customize and upgrade by easily switching modules in and...
  • Motorola Mobility shows off its new offices at the Merchandise Mart

    Motorola Mobility shows off its new offices at the Merchandise Mart
    Motorola Mobility unveiled its new headquarters in the Merchandise Mart Tuesday morning, showing off its Silicon Valley vibe to about 200 guests and staff. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel welcomed the company, which was founded in Chicago in 1928 as Galvin...
  • Motorola Mobility unveils new headquarters in Merchandise Mart

    Motorola Mobility unveils new headquarters in Merchandise Mart
    Motorola Mobility showed off its sleek new headquarters in the Merchandise Mart on Tuesday to about 200 VIPs and reporters. If it were for sale, the listing would be labeled "luxury" and boast features such as digital and graffiti art, concrete floors,...
  • Top 5 tech acquisitions of 2014 so far

    Top 5 tech acquisitions of 2014 so far
    Tech companies have not been shy about spending big bucks on up-and-coming startups in 2014. Facebook in particular has already doled out more than $20 billion in some big-name acquisitions. Google has also had a few transactions, buying two startups...
  • Dropbox looks to extend lead in online storage with 'next chapter'

    Dropbox looks to extend lead in online storage with 'next chapter'
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Dropbox is unveiling new ways for people to hold onto and share their digital stuff as it tries to build on the popularity of its online storage service. With an initial public offering in the works, Chief Executive Drew Houston said...
  • Wearable tech gains momentum; sales expected to triple this year

    Wearable tech gains momentum; sales expected to triple this year
    The global wearable computing market is rapidly expanding beyond early-adopter status.  After a strong year in 2013, shipment volumes for wearable tech will exceed 19 million units this year, more than tripling last year's sales, according to market...
  • Google announces wearable software; Motorola, LG unveil smartwatches

    Google announces wearable software; Motorola, LG unveil smartwatches
    Google took its biggest step to support smartwatch devices Tuesday by announcing Android Wear, a version of its mobile software designed specifically for wearable devices. Following Google's announcement, LG and Motorola both announced new smartwatch...
  • Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace

    Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace
    The past four columns have been more serious than consumers of my worldly workplace wisdom have come to expect. Perhaps it's a sign of maturity, or maybe an indication that I've begun viewing the working world with greater reverence. Whatever the...
  • Google hopes to deliver $50 customizable modular phones by early 2015

    Google hopes to deliver $50 customizable modular phones by early 2015
    Google is aiming to sell $50 customizable modular phones by early next year, the company said this week. In a report in Time magazine, Google said it is continuing to work on Project Ara, an effort to create phones that users can easily modify by...