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  • Report: AT&T to be exclusive carrier for Amazon smartphone

    AT&T Inc. will exclusively carry Amazon.com Inc's long-rumored smartphone that is expected to be launched on Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the plans. Amazon.com revived speculation about its next major...
  • Netflix 4K Ultra HD Queue Adds 'Breaking Bad,' 'Smurfs 2,' 'Ghostbusters'

    Netflix is now offering Ultra HD versions of all 62 episodes of "Breaking Bad," as well as "Smurfs 2," "Ghostbusters" and "Ghostbusters 2" in the U.S. -- although only a few thousand subscribers actually have TVs capable of playing back the format. The...
  • BlackBerry ofrecerá 240.000 aplicaciones para Android en tienda de Amazon

    BlackBerry ofrecerá 240.000 aplicaciones para Android en tienda de Amazon
    BlackBerry Ltd anunció el miércoles que llegó a un acuerdo con Amazon.com Inc que le permitirá ofrecer en el sitio del minorista online unas 240,000 aplicaciones para Android para su línea de dispositivos BlackBerry 10 a partir del próximo otoño boreal....
  • Samsung Shutting Down Digital Movie and TV Service

    Samsung Electronics will pull the plug on its video storefront for smart TVs and mobile devices on Aug. 1, marking its full exit from the digital-media business, while the company also said it has exciting new video products" in the works. The consumer-...
  • Samsung making stand-alone smartwatch, Oculus Rift rival, reports say

    Samsung making stand-alone smartwatch, Oculus Rift rival, reports say
    A stand-alone smart watch and a virtual-reality headset: Samsung is reportedly getting ready to introduce both. The South Korean tech giant is in talks with telecom carriers in the U.S., South Korea and Europe about a smartwatch that can make and...
  • POLL: Would You Buy an Amazon 3D Smartphone?

    Amazon.com has teased a June 18 announcement in its hometown of Seattle, where the e-retailer is expected to unveil a 3D-capable smartphone to challenge Apple's iPhone and Samsung Electronics' Android devices, among others. But it's not clear how...
  • Apple Smartwatch Set for Fall Launch: Report

    Apple is gearing up to enter the smartwatch market with a wearable device to monitor health data set to debut in October, Japanese newspaper Nikkei reported. The tech giant plans to produce 3-5 million smartwatch device per month -- more than the total...
  • Samsung ordered to pay Apple just $120 million for infringing patents

    SAN JOSE — A federal jury has handed a symbolic victory to Samsung by ordering the South Korean smartphone maker to pay only a fraction of the damages that Apple had requested in the rivals' high-profile patent trial. After several days of...
  • Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind

    Meet the next building that will try to blow Silicon Valley's mind
    The architectural renaiassance in Silicon Valley seems to be still gathering steam. In a region not known for its notable buildings, tech companies and developers now seem intent on changing the region's drab image.  The latest entry in the valley's...
  • 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...
  • Amazon, Samsung stage marketing stunts in San Francisco, London

    Amazon, Samsung stage marketing stunts in San Francisco, London
    When it comes to promoting their products, Amazon and Samsung can get pretty creative.  The tech companies took to San Francisco and London, respectively, to unveil major marketing stunts. First was Amazon, which placed a giant yellow locker in...