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  • 1/15   Wall Street remains split on Twitter's prospects
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    By Gerry Shih and Edwin Chan SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - There was a time when Twitter strove not to end up like Facebook. Now, the one-time Wall Street darling's inability to replicate its bigger cousin's success in mobile and online may be what holds it back. Wall Street remains divided over Twitter as the seven-year-old company prepares to unveil only its second set of quarterly numbers on Tuesday. Eleven of 31 investment analysts polled by Thomson Reuters rate it a "sell," outnumbering the seven who deem it a "buy." The rest have a hold rating or its equivalent.

    By Gerry Shih and Edwin Chan SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - There was a time when Twitter strove not to end up like Facebook. Now, the one-time Wall Street darling's inability to replicate its bigger cousin's success in mobile and online may be what holds it back. Wall Street remains divided over Twitter as the seven-year-old company prepares to unveil only its second set of quarterly numbers on Tuesday. Eleven of 31 investment analysts polled by Thomson Reuters rate it a "sell," outnumbering the seven who deem it a "buy." The rest have a hold rating or its equivalent.


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  • 2/15   Google says self-driving car tests now focused on city driving
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    By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said it has begun testing its self-driving cars on city streets, a crucial new phase in its quest to eventually make the technology a standard feature in automobiles. After several years of testing self-driving cars on freeways, where driving conditions are more predictable, Google in the past year shifted its focus to city street driving, the company said in a post on its official blog on Monday. Google said it has driven thousands of miles on the streets of Mountain View, California, a small suburban community where the company maintains its headquarters roughly 35 miles South of San Francisco. Google's driverless cars rely on video cameras, radar sensors, lasers and a database of information collected from manually driven cars to help navigation, according to the company.

    By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said it has begun testing its self-driving cars on city streets, a crucial new phase in its quest to eventually make the technology a standard feature in automobiles. After several years of testing self-driving cars on freeways, where driving conditions are more predictable, Google in the past year shifted its focus to city street driving, the company said in a post on its official blog on Monday. Google said it has driven thousands of miles on the streets of Mountain View, California, a small suburban community where the company maintains its headquarters roughly 35 miles South of San Francisco. Google's driverless cars rely on video cameras, radar sensors, lasers and a database of information collected from manually driven cars to help navigation, according to the company.


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  • 3/15   AOL investigates cyber attack, says user data compromised
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    AOL Inc on Monday urged its tens of millions of email account holders to change their passwords and security questions after a cyber attack compromised about 2 percent of its accounts. The company said it was working with federal authorities to investigate the attack, in which hackers obtained email addresses, postal addresses, encrypted passwords and answers to security questions used to reset passwords. AOL said that it identified the breach after noticing a "significant" increase in the amount of spam appearing as spoofed emails from AOL addresses.

    AOL Inc on Monday urged its tens of millions of email account holders to change their passwords and security questions after a cyber attack compromised about 2 percent of its accounts. The company said it was working with federal authorities to investigate the attack, in which hackers obtained email addresses, postal addresses, encrypted passwords and answers to security questions used to reset passwords. AOL said that it identified the breach after noticing a "significant" increase in the amount of spam appearing as spoofed emails from AOL addresses.


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  • 4/15   U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear Microsoft antitrust case
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    By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday brought an end to Novell Inc's antitrust claims against Microsoft Corp that date back 20 years to the development of Windows 95 software. By declining to hear Novell's appeal, the court left intact a 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling from September 2013 in favor of Microsoft. The court of appeals unanimously affirmed the dismissal of Novell Inc's claims that Microsoft violated the Sherman Antitrust Act when it decided not to share its intellectual property while developing its Windows 95 operating system. Novell was seeking more than $3 billion.

    By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday brought an end to Novell Inc's antitrust claims against Microsoft Corp that date back 20 years to the development of Windows 95 software. By declining to hear Novell's appeal, the court left intact a 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling from September 2013 in favor of Microsoft. The court of appeals unanimously affirmed the dismissal of Novell Inc's claims that Microsoft violated the Sherman Antitrust Act when it decided not to share its intellectual property while developing its Windows 95 operating system. Novell was seeking more than $3 billion.


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  • 5/15   Comcast in deal with Charter as it seeks approval for TWC
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    Comcast Corp on Monday agreed to a three-way deal with Charter Communications Inc as part of Comcast's efforts to win regulatory approvals for its proposed $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. The transaction would make Charter, which lost out to Comcast in a bid to acquire Time Warner Cable, the second-largest cable provider in the United States. The agreement would leave Comcast with less than 30 percent of the U.S. residential cable or satellite TV market, a factor seen as a key step to pleasing regulators. Charter would have about 6 percent of the pay-TV market, with an eventual shot to climb to 9 percent. Under the deal, Charter would pay Comcast $7.3 billion for 1.4 million subscribers.

    Comcast Corp on Monday agreed to a three-way deal with Charter Communications Inc as part of Comcast's efforts to win regulatory approvals for its proposed $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. The transaction would make Charter, which lost out to Comcast in a bid to acquire Time Warner Cable, the second-largest cable provider in the United States. The agreement would leave Comcast with less than 30 percent of the U.S. residential cable or satellite TV market, a factor seen as a key step to pleasing regulators. Charter would have about 6 percent of the pay-TV market, with an eventual shot to climb to 9 percent. Under the deal, Charter would pay Comcast $7.3 billion for 1.4 million subscribers.


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  • 6/15   U.S., UK advise avoiding Internet Explorer until bug fixed
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    By Jim Finkle BOSTON (Reuters) - The U.S. and UK governments on Monday advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers used to launch attacks. The Internet Explorer bug, disclosed over the weekend, is the first high-profile computer threat to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month. That means PCs running the 13-year-old operating system will remain unprotected, even after Microsoft releases updates to defend against it. The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team said in an advisory released on Monday that the vulnerability in versions 6 to 11 of Internet Explorer could lead to "the complete compromise" of an affected system.

    By Jim Finkle BOSTON (Reuters) - The U.S. and UK governments on Monday advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers used to launch attacks. The Internet Explorer bug, disclosed over the weekend, is the first high-profile computer threat to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month. That means PCs running the 13-year-old operating system will remain unprotected, even after Microsoft releases updates to defend against it. The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team said in an advisory released on Monday that the vulnerability in versions 6 to 11 of Internet Explorer could lead to "the complete compromise" of an affected system.


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  • 7/15   There are 2.8 billion reasons to think Apple has something big up its sleeve
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    Yes, it’s a good bet that Apple will release at least one major new product category this year. Wall Street Playbook’s leading tech analyst writes over at Seeking Alpha that Apple in its last quarterly earnings report revealed a “$2.8 billion jump in commitment for things like new manufacturing equipment, research and development, marketing and product tooling” as well as “a 30% jump in research and development costs, which, in the quarter, reached $1.4 billion, representing a 66% jump in R&D spending in two years.” All told, Apple has really started ramping up its spending on R&D over the last two years and is plugging a lot more money into new manufacturing equipment as well. If we put 2 and 2

    Yes, it’s a good bet that Apple will release at least one major new product category this year. Wall Street Playbook’s leading tech analyst writes over at Seeking Alpha that Apple in its last quarterly earnings report revealed a “$2.8 billion jump in commitment for things like new manufacturing equipment, research and development, marketing and product tooling” as well as “a 30% jump in research and development costs, which, in the quarter, reached $1.4 billion, representing a 66% jump in R&D spending in two years.” All told, Apple has really started ramping up its spending on R&D over the last two years and is plugging a lot more money into new manufacturing equipment as well. If we put 2 and 2


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  • 8/15   AOL Mail breach includes mailing addresses, employee info and more
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    Earlier today, AOL posted an update on last week's spoofing incident with its email service. In case you hadn't heard, AOL Mail was hacked a few days ago and accounts were spoofed, sending out spam messages to the affected users' contact list. In a blog post, the company says that the breach only hit "roughly 2 percent" of its 20+ million accounts.

    Earlier today, AOL posted an update on last week's spoofing incident with its email service. In case you hadn't heard, AOL Mail was hacked a few days ago and accounts were spoofed, sending out spam messages to the affected users' contact list. In a blog post, the company says that the breach only hit "roughly 2 percent" of its 20+ million accounts.


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  • 9/15   New MacBook Airs could launch tomorrow, bigger updates later this year
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    Apple will reportedly launch new MacBook Air soon that will be even thinner and lighter than their predecessors, German publication MobileGeeks has apparently learned from sources within Apple’s supply chain. The publication says Apple has hired watchmakers for the development of thinner MacBook Airs, needing their experience with highly complex and extremely small components. The 2014 11.6-inch MacBook Air will reportedly be more similar to a classic 10.1-inch netbook. MobileGeeks says that the frame around the screen will be narrower, while the profile of the MacBook air will further lose a few millimeters – the current 11.6-inch machine is 0.3mm thick at its slimmest edge and measures 1.7cm at the display hinged edge. It’s not clear whether the 13.3-inch MacBook Air model will

    Apple will reportedly launch new MacBook Air soon that will be even thinner and lighter than their predecessors, German publication MobileGeeks has apparently learned from sources within Apple’s supply chain. The publication says Apple has hired watchmakers for the development of thinner MacBook Airs, needing their experience with highly complex and extremely small components. The 2014 11.6-inch MacBook Air will reportedly be more similar to a classic 10.1-inch netbook. MobileGeeks says that the frame around the screen will be narrower, while the profile of the MacBook air will further lose a few millimeters – the current 11.6-inch machine is 0.3mm thick at its slimmest edge and measures 1.7cm at the display hinged edge. It’s not clear whether the 13.3-inch MacBook Air model will


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  • 10/15   Plastic HTC 'M8 Ace' aims at Galaxy S5 with same specs, lower price
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    HTC may have poked fun at its competitors' plastic flagship devices in the past, but it looks like the Taiwanese company will soon be offering one as well. And no, we're not talking about the Butterfly line here. According to a reliable source of ours, HTC's upcoming "M8 Ace" -- which was teased by @evleaks earlier this month (as pictured above) -- will actually feature a plastic unibody instead of aluminum.

    HTC may have poked fun at its competitors' plastic flagship devices in the past, but it looks like the Taiwanese company will soon be offering one as well. And no, we're not talking about the Butterfly line here. According to a reliable source of ours, HTC's upcoming "M8 Ace" -- which was teased by @evleaks earlier this month (as pictured above) -- will actually feature a plastic unibody instead of aluminum.


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  • 11/15   Steven Soderbergh tries to fix 'the worst film of all time' with his own fan edit
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    Based on 30 years of critical assessment, Heaven's Gate stands as one of the worst movies ever made. After its release in 1980, director Michael Cimino's epic western drew almost unprecedented backlash; In the case of Steven Soderbergh, the retired director recently tried to fix the failed film by chopping it in two and releasing it on his own website. As a dedicated cinema fan, I was obsessed with HEAVEN'S GATE from the moment it was announced in early 1979, and unfortunately history has show that on occasion a fan can become so obsessed they turn violent toward the object of their obsession, which is what happened to me during the holiday break of 2006.

    Based on 30 years of critical assessment, Heaven's Gate stands as one of the worst movies ever made. After its release in 1980, director Michael Cimino's epic western drew almost unprecedented backlash; In the case of Steven Soderbergh, the retired director recently tried to fix the failed film by chopping it in two and releasing it on his own website. As a dedicated cinema fan, I was obsessed with HEAVEN'S GATE from the moment it was announced in early 1979, and unfortunately history has show that on occasion a fan can become so obsessed they turn violent toward the object of their obsession, which is what happened to me during the holiday break of 2006.


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  • 12/15   Disney experimenting with 3D printing teddy bears in felt
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    We're 3D printing pretty much everything these days, at least in laboratories. So why not venture out into cuddly materials? Disney Research is looking into leveraging the technique to create soft toys that children can snuggle without fear of scratching their sensitive skin.

    We're 3D printing pretty much everything these days, at least in laboratories. So why not venture out into cuddly materials? Disney Research is looking into leveraging the technique to create soft toys that children can snuggle without fear of scratching their sensitive skin.


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  • 13/15   Video: Google’s self-driving car is closer than ever to becoming a reality
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    The last time Google’s self-driving car team checked in with us over a year ago, when it announced Google’s cars had driven more 300,000 accident-free miles. Today, the team announced in a blog post that the cars have now driven over 700,000 miles. The team has been focused on improving the self-driving cars in cities rather than on freeways, mostly testing this in Google’s hometown of Mountain View, California, and this focus on city driving has produced some impressive results. The sensors on the self-driving cars can now detect with impressive detail everything from pedestrians and buses to “a stop sign held up by a crossing guard, or a cyclist making gestures that indicate a possible turn.” It can do this all, of course, without getting distracted or

    The last time Google’s self-driving car team checked in with us over a year ago, when it announced Google’s cars had driven more 300,000 accident-free miles. Today, the team announced in a blog post that the cars have now driven over 700,000 miles. The team has been focused on improving the self-driving cars in cities rather than on freeways, mostly testing this in Google’s hometown of Mountain View, California, and this focus on city driving has produced some impressive results. The sensors on the self-driving cars can now detect with impressive detail everything from pedestrians and buses to “a stop sign held up by a crossing guard, or a cyclist making gestures that indicate a possible turn.” It can do this all, of course, without getting distracted or


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  • 14/15   Moto 360 in the heart of Chicago: touring Motorola's new headquarters
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    Last week, Motorola invited media to see its new headquarters in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, an iconic building in the heart of the city that spans two full city blocks. The move downtown comes at a unique time for this company: it's in the midst of being sold from Google to Lenovo. Having Lenovo's backing should help weather the uphill battle that Motorola continues to face against Apple and Samsung, but a well-timed launch of this watch could vault the company to another level altogether.

    Last week, Motorola invited media to see its new headquarters in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, an iconic building in the heart of the city that spans two full city blocks. The move downtown comes at a unique time for this company: it's in the midst of being sold from Google to Lenovo. Having Lenovo's backing should help weather the uphill battle that Motorola continues to face against Apple and Samsung, but a well-timed launch of this watch could vault the company to another level altogether.


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  • 15/15   Closing arguments delayed in Apple-Samsung trial
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    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A federal court has delayed by a day closing arguments in the Apple and Samsung trial because of an appeals court ruling in another case on a related patent issue.

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A federal court has delayed by a day closing arguments in the Apple and Samsung trial because of an appeals court ruling in another case on a related patent issue.


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