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HP Urges Consumers to Give In to Their Win 7 Cravings

HP launched a marketing campaign over the weekend advertising that Windows 7 was "back by popular demand." On the shopping pages of its website, HP highlighted a handful of devices that run on the older version of Microsoft's operating system, and it is selling the Core i5 and i7-powered machines at a US$150 discount ...

Free Streaming: Rdio, Spotify Duke It Out

Rdio announced Thursday that its Web users will have free, unlimited access to content, an update that came on the heels of similar news from Spotify ...

HP Seeks Indian Route to Mobile Market

HP unveiled two new mobile devices Wednesday that are set to launch in India as the company attempts to gain traction in the global mobile market ...

Google Buys Nest to Burrow Into Homes

Google on Monday announced that it has acquired Nest for US$3.2 billion. The deal could help Google make significant inroads into the smart home market ...

Google Gives Gmail More Pluses

Google on Thursday started rolling out changes designed to further integrate its Gmail and Google+ platforms. The updates make it easier for Google+ users to contact other users without knowing their email addresses ...

Kickstarter Funds Bumper Crop of Projects in 2013

Kickstarter on Wednesday released a breakdown of its successful 2013. Three million backers pledged US$480 million to help finance 19,911 projects. ...

Pebble Goes Metallic

Pebble on Monday unveiled new hardware and software designs, along with a wearable tech appstore. The Pebble smartwatch got its start last year with a successful Kickstarter campaign that resulted in sales of more than 300,000 devices worldwide. ...

Russian Spacewalkers to Install Videocams Providing ISS-View of Earth

Two Russian cosmonauts on Friday began a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to install camera equipment from UrtheCast, which soon could provide near real-time streaming images to viewers on Earth ...

FCC Ready to Scotch Sports Blackout Rules

The Federal Communications Commission this week released a proposal to kill the sports blackout rules that can prevent local TV broadcasts of games when a stadium doesn't sell out. ...

Verizon to Disclose Some of What It’s Disclosing to the Government

Verizon on Thursday said it will release a semiannual report about the data requests it receives from the government. It is the first major telecom to make such a move ...

Facebook’s Donate Button Spurs Social Giving

Facebook has announced a new feature that allows users to donate money to nonprofit organizations through the site, a move designed to help raise both funds and global awareness for the charitable causes ...

Ford Steps on the Driverless-Car Gas

Ford on Thursday unveiled its Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle, part of an ongoing research project on autonomous cars and other assisted driving technologies that can help lead to safer roads and less traffic congestion ...

Free Mobile Streaming Hits the Spotify

Spotify announced Wednesday that it is offering a new free mobile streaming option to listeners, a move that could help it compete in the evolving digital entertainment space ...

Hour of Code Aims to Take the Mystery Out of Computer Science

More than 5 million students in 167 countries are getting at least one hour of computer coding instruction this week as part of Code.org's Hour of Code initiative, an event designed to promote computer science in educational curricula worldwide ...

MX-1 to Shoot for Moon – and $20 Million

Moon Express on Thursday unveiled the design of its MX-1 robotic spacecraft to more than 10,000 attendees at the closing session of Autodesk University in Las Vegas ...

Stolen Password Analysis Exposes Foolish Choices

Cybercriminals recently stole more than 2 million usernames and passwords from several popular sites including Facebook and Google, according to security researchers at Trustwave's SpiderLabs ...

Jellyfish-Bot Swims Through the Air

New York University researchers have designed a flying machine that appears to use the same pulsating motions as a jellyfish ...

FCC May Permit Cellphone Yakking on Flights

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced Thursday that the commission is considering changing its rules regarding the use of cellphones and mobile broadband in an effort to offer consumers more flexibility when flying ...

Instagram, Waze Bring Windows Phone Out of App Dark Ages

Instagram and Waze became available Wednesday at the Windows Phone Apps+Games store -- the latest popular titles to join the expanding platform ...

MAVEN to Search Mars’ Atmosphere for Evolutionary Clues

NASA's MAVEN mission is under way following Monday's successful launch from Cape Canaveral of a spacecraft that will explore Mars' upper atmosphere and seek answers to questions about the planet's evolution ...

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