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Unborn baby ultrasounds turned into 3D holograms by new Pioneer printer
Via's APC, a $49 Android desktop computer, goes on sale this summer
Hear that? Beats Electronics officially buys MOG
Crash-Test Smartphones: Apple's iPhone 5 vs. Samsung's Galaxy S III
Just how far did Samsung go to keep the Galaxy S III secret? You’d be surprised

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2

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Samsung has taken the wraps off of its next offering in the Galaxy Tab line, the Galaxy Tab 2. The seven-inch tablet is the first Samsung tablet to have Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich. The device has a 1GHz dual-core processor, a 3MP rear-facing camera and a front-facing camera...
Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2
BYOD is unstoppable. Smart companies must build apps
Lawyers likely to be poorer after Microsoft signs patent deal with Chinese manufacturer Hon Hai
Limor Fried AKA Ladyada Will Join Us To Talk Hardware On The Disrupt Stage
Penvue turns any surface into an interactive display

FreightOS: Bringing sexy back to the freight industry

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I landed from my LAX to Tel Aviv flight (15 hours in case you’re wondering), Instagrammed and tweeted about waiting to get off the plane, and before I got to the door my phone was ringing. It was John Medved from OurCrowd letting me know that they’d just hired two...
FreightOS: Bringing sexy back to the freight industry

Sony Chief Bets on Videogames for Lift

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Sony's new CEO, Kazuo Hirai, is betting on the Japanese electronics company's videogame business to do what its loss-making television operation hasn't been able to do: deliver fat profits....
Sony Chief Bets on Videogames for Lift
PS4 Is Sony's Last Stand, And It's Wasting It On A Tired Strategy That Ignores How The Gamer Is Changing

Why the tech industry needs to let Steve Jobs rest in peace

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Friday marks one year since the passing of Apple founder and cult hero Steve Jobs. But despite the valiant efforts of CEO Tim Cook to keep Apple’s focus on the future, it’s almost like Jobs never left: he’s been invoked an astonishing number of times over the past year to make...
Why the tech industry needs to let Steve Jobs rest in peace

David Youlton obituary

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My friend David Youlton, who has died aged 68 after suffering from cancer, was an inspiration to all who knew him. At various times seaman, co-operative Marxist, mature student and Buddhist monk, he found fulfilment through transforming a small electronics company into a leading provider of equipment for the emerging...
David Youlton obituary

Transphorm, An Energy Efficiency Groundbreaker Backed By Google, Raises $35M From Japan Powerhouses

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Transphorm, a company that has developed a power conversion technology to drive energy efficiency, emerging from stealth early last year, has today announced a Series E raise of $35 million led by a particularly strategic pair of investors. The round is led by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ)...
Transphorm, An Energy Efficiency Groundbreaker Backed By Google, Raises $35M From Japan Powerhouses

A State-Owned Chinese Company You've Never Heard Of Has Replaced Microsoft At CES (MSFT)

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Before last year's CES even began, Microsoft announced it wouldn't attend the show in 2013.  Microsoft had a huge booth in 2012 where it showed off the yet-to-be-released Windows 8 operating system for PCs and tablets. It was a big deal. Today, Microsoft's booth space has been replaced by Hisense,...
A State-Owned Chinese Company You've Never Heard Of Has Replaced Microsoft At CES (MSFT)

Apple Settles iPad Suit, Court Says

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Apple Inc. has agreed to pay $60 million to settle its iPad trademark dispute with a Chinese electronics company....
Apple Settles iPad Suit, Court Says
4K at CES 2013: the dream gets real

CES 2013: Microsoft notably absent from Las Vegas show

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As PCs make way for smartphones and tablets, this will be the first CES since 1995 in which Microsoft does not exhibitThe brash promise of Las Vegas - what happens there, stays there - never seems apposite for the Consumer Electronics Show which opens this week in the city of...
CES 2013: Microsoft notably absent from Las Vegas show

Meet the $60 ‘Earth Day’ LED light bulb

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Just in time for Earth Day, Dutch electronics company Philips is unveiling a new super energy-efficient light bulb today with a shelf life that should last about 25 years. The catch? It costs about $60, but Philips is said to have forged deals with some stores to bring that...
Meet the $60 ‘Earth Day’ LED light bulb

Samsung Seeks U.S. Sales Ban On Some Ericsson Products As The Two Continue Wrangling Over Patents

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The patents war between Samsung Electronics and Ericsson rolls on. The Korean electronics company has announced that it filed a complaint last week against the Swedish telecom manufacturer with the U.S. International Trade Commission, requesting a U.S. import and sales on some Ericsson products. This latest action comes one month after...
Samsung Seeks U.S. Sales Ban On Some Ericsson Products As The Two Continue Wrangling Over Patents

Sharp Is Willing to Revise Hon Hai Deal Terms

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A senior Sharp executive said the Japanese electronics company is open to making concessions in its capital-alliance talks with Hon Hai Precision Industry of Taiwan....
Sharp Is Willing to Revise Hon Hai Deal Terms
Samsung estimates last quarter revenue at a record $5.9 billion

Apple linked with $113 million acquisition of German television manufacturer Loewe

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Apple has been linked with the acquisition of German electronics company and reputable television manufacturer Loewe AG, with reports that a deal could be announced internally by the end of next week, AppleInsider reports. Sources have told the Apple-focused website that Apple has entered negotiations with the premium television manufacturer, tabling a €87.3 million...
Apple linked with $113 million acquisition of German television manufacturer Loewe

Samsung Is Investing $112 Million In Electronics Company Sharp To Steal A Resource From Apple

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Samsung is investing $112 million for a 3% stake in Sharp, a Japanese electronics company that was once its competitor. The investment was first reported by WSJ and confirmed by The Next Web. Sharp has made many of the screens for Apple's iPhones and iPads but now with Samsung as...
Samsung Is Investing $112 Million In Electronics Company Sharp To Steal A Resource From Apple

Apple versus Samsung music sync case dismissed in Japan

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Apple lost a patent battle in Japan today, as Tokyo District Judge Tamotsu Shoju ruled that Samsung Electronics Company didn't infringe on an Apple invention for music and video synchronization with remote servers. Apple was ordered to pay the costs of the lawsuit after his verdict. The loss is the...
Apple versus Samsung music sync case dismissed in Japan
How long until your doctor is wearing Google Glass?

Apple loses iPhone naming rights in Brazil, report says

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Brazil's National Industrial Property Institute (INPI) on Monday reportedly rejected an Apple claim for exclusive "iphone" naming rights in the country, noting that the mark was filed for by a local electronics company in 2000....
Apple loses iPhone naming rights in Brazil, report says

How Does Your Dog Feel? Fujitsu May Know

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In what Fujitsu claims is the first pet management service of its kind, the Japanese electronics company said it will launch on Wednesday a new Web-linked pet healthcare management service, called "Wandant", that will allow owners to count their dog's every step, stress levels, and surrounding temperature even when they...
How Does Your Dog Feel? Fujitsu May Know
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