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  • Illinois pledges $12 million to eBay

     Illinois pledges $12 million to eBay
    Illinois has pledged $12 million over 10 years to eBay in exchange for the creation of 360 jobs in downtown Chicago, Gov. Pat Quinn's office said Friday. EBay last year acquired Braintree, a Chicago payment processor for smartphones and tablets. Now...
  • Digital-Video VC Luminari Capital Funds 6 Companies, Plans More Investments (Exclusive)

    Luminari Capital, a small Silicon Valley venture-capital firm focused on digital video that counts Rupert Murdoch's BSkyB among its backers, has revealed its initial six investments -- and founder and managing partner Daniel Leff said he's planning to...
  • 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...
  • No Gatekeeper: Google Opens Chromecast TV Device for Free to Any Developer

    Google has released a set of free tools for developers to let their apps play video on the cheap Chromecast TV-connected device -- a move that could quickly bring hundreds of new Internet video services to the TV, boosting Google's strategy to get a...
  • Motorola Mobility closing Texas plant

    Motorola Mobility, the Chicago-based company now owned by Google, is closing its Texas plant that it designed to be the center American smartphone manufacturing. The plant has only been open for a year, and already shed more than 75 percent of its...
  • Apple, Google agree to drop multiple mobile patent lawsuits

    Apple, Google agree to drop multiple mobile patent lawsuits
    Apple Inc. and Google Inc. have settled their sprawling patent lawsuits, bringing to a close — for the moment — one of the most bitter legal feuds in Silicon Valley. Late Friday afternoon, the companies issued a brief statement announcing an...
  • Google earnings: What to expect after surprise Motorola deal

    Google earnings: What to expect after surprise Motorola deal
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Does Google have an encore? The technology giant stunned the world with the surprise announcement Wednesday that it was selling its money-losing Motorola Mobility division to Lenovo. Now Google is gearing up to unveil its fourth-...
  • Lenovo: Goal is to surpass Apple, Samsung

    Lenovo: Goal is to surpass Apple, Samsung
    Lenovo Chief Executive Yuanqing Yang said his company purchased Motorola with the goal of surpassing Apple and Samsung, the current leaders in the smartphone market. Earlier this week, Google agreed to sell parts of Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion....
  • Sony (Sort of) Denies Vaio Disposal

    HONG KONG - Entertainment and electronics giant Sony this weekend denied reports that it is discussing a joint venture in personal computers with China's Lenovo Group. Public broadcaster NHK reported that Sony may try to offload its loss-making Vaio...
  • Motorola Moto E offers low-cost option for 1st-time smartphone buyers

    Motorola Moto E offers low-cost option for 1st-time smartphone buyers
    With the Moto E, Motorola set out to make a well-designed affordable smartphone with a long-lasting battery. Mission accomplished. The Moto E is by no means perfect, and customers who buy the device will have to compromise on certain features. But the...
  • BECO buys Motorola Mobility's Libertyville campus

    BECO buys Motorola Mobility's Libertyville campus
    The vacant former Motorola Mobility campus headquarters in Libertyville has been acquired by a Washington, D.C.-based commercial real estate company that plans to remake the space into an “innovation campus.” BECO Management Inc. said Monday...