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  • Apple Television Is Coming! Brave Analyst Revives Most Unreliable Rumor in History

    Apple might start selling 55- and 65-inch Ultra HD TV sets in the fourth quarter of 2014 - or, you know, it might not. When or whether the U.S.'s biggest technology company might roll out its own TV has been the subject of feverish speculation for years....
  • Google Powers Up Wearable Internet Devices Push

    Google wants its Android operating system to not only run the gadgets you hold in your hand -- but also screens that wrap around your head and wrist. On Monday, the Internet colossus announced it was expanding the Google Glass program, to allow the...
  • BlackBerry buyout collapses, putting new pressure on it to remake itself

    BlackBerry buyout collapses, putting new pressure on it to remake itself
    With BlackBerry's latest upheaval, the troubled company is again facing pressure to ditch its smartphones. In a stunning turn of events, BlackBerry announced Monday that a tentative deal to sell itself to a Canadian financial services holding company...
  • Samsung says it sold 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in two months

    Samsung Electronics said it has sold 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in two months, making the device the best-selling smartwatch in the world despite lackluster reviews. The South Korean company said Tuesday that Gear sales were better than its own...
  • Jury awards Apple $290 million in Samsung patent case

    A federal jury Thursday ordered Samsung Electronics Co. to pay $290 million in damages to Apple Inc. in the latest round of the two adversaries' ongoing litigation over mobile patents.  In U.S. District Court in San Jose, an eight-person jury handed...
  • Apple complains of 'patent trolls'

    Apple complains of 'patent trolls'
    Turns out that for Apple Inc., being one of the most innovative companies on the planet does have at least one big drawback. The Cupertino, Calif., company says it is the No. 1 target for so-called patent trolls. In court and regulatory filings, Apple...
  • Intel Seeking $500 Mil to Unload Internet Pay-TV Unit: Report

    Intel wants to sell its over-the-top pay TV service for $500 million, while Verizon -- one of the potential buyers -- has been discussing Internet distribution rights with programmers, Bloomberg reported. Intel, after spending more than two years...
  • CES 2014: Samsung, LG lead smart home push with connected appliances

    CES 2014: Samsung, LG lead smart home push with connected appliances
    LAS VEGAS -- As expected, talk of the smart home has been a big topic on the second day of the International Consumer Electronics Show. The Times previewed this trend a couple of weeks ago.  In a show so far lacking any startling product breakthroughs,...
  • Ultra-HD TVs get lots of hype at consumer electronics show

    Ultra-HD TVs get lots of hype at consumer electronics show
    LAS VEGAS — Local resident Tony Holdip stood admiring the latest technological lust object on display at the world's largest consumer electronics show as a friend joined a crowd of amateur photographers snapping pictures of the immense 110-inch...
  • CES 2014: Samsung's HS Kim predicts ultra-HD TVs will replace HD soon

    CES 2014: Samsung's HS Kim predicts ultra-HD TVs will replace HD soon
    LAS VEGAS -- Samsung is betting big on ultra-high-definition televisions. So big, in fact, that HS Kim, executive vice president of Samsung's visual display business, is predicting that ultra-HD sets will soon dominate the consumer market, eclipsing...
  • Apple must refund customers for apps bought by children

    Apple Inc. agreed to refund customers $32.5 million to settle a complaint over mobile phone apps bought by children, prompting consumer advocates to call for a broader crackdown against deceptive practices by big wireless companies. "This is a warning...