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GigaomLenovo ups features in low-cost Android tablets with $199 Tab S8
Lenovo wants to pack better features in low-cost Android tablets with the Tab S8 tablet, which will start selling this month for US$199. The tablet, which runs on Google's Android 4.4 OS, has Intel's quad-core Atom chip, code-named Bay Trail. The chip is ...
At $200, the Intel-powered Lenovo Tab S8 looks like a good value tablet
Lenovo Brings Tab S8 Tablet, Y70 Touch Laptop, and Erazer X315 to IFA in Berlin
Lenovo doubles down on gaming with Y70 Touch laptop, Erazer X315 desktop
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USA TODAYApple: Our systems weren't breached in celeb photo leak
Apple has said that none of its systems were breached in the cyberattack that saw leaked photos of nude celebrities posted online. The FBI and Apple are investigating allegations that the online accounts of a number of celebrities, including Oscar winner ...
iCloud celebrity photo hack: texts, address books and more 'also accessible'
Sydney Morning Herald
How to protect your data in the cloud
Nude celebrity photo hack: How safe is your data in cloud storage?
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USA TODAYAt Europe's biggest tech show, a peek into the future
Each September, the tech world descends on Germany to get a sneak preview of the hottest new gadgets of the upcoming holiday shopping season. The place is Berlin, and the event is IFA. Held at the massive Messe Berlin convention center, the show ...
IFA 2014: Berlin Takes Centre State for Tech World This Week
Top Tech Firms Gear Up for IFA Trade Show this Week
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Germany's IFA show, debut ground for numerous new products, hits 90 years old
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eWeekGoogle Developing Quantum Computing Chip
The search giant's year-old Quantum Artificial Intelligence group is partnering with researchers at UC Santa Barbara. Google is teaming with researchers from the University of California, Santa Barbara to develop processors for quantum computing systems, ...
Google starts quantum computing research project
Google working on super-fast 'quantum' computer chip
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Google Backs Second Quantum Computing Effort
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VentureBeatNordstrom department stores are working with Apple on mobile payments (report)
Department store Nordstrom is apparently one of a group of merchant partners working with Apple on its new payments platform. The department store has recently installed new point of sale systems that will work with the Apple payments platform, according ...
McDonald's To Launch NFC-Enabled Mobile Payment And Ordering App: Report
International Business Times
iPhone 6 Could Make the "Mobile Wallet" a Reality
Apple May Enter Payments Business
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Times of IndiaSmall Carriers Say, Let Us Roam!
Small wireless carriers in the US say they're helping their communities, but they need the big guys to cut them decent roaming deals. 0shares. Cellcom Glas Coffee House. It's safe to say that if you have trouble with AT&T service, you won't be running down ...
Sprint's Boost Mobile September Deal Gives Double Data At A $5 Price Cut
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Boost Mobile To Launch Limited-Time Promotional Plans On Wednesday
Boost Mobile cuts prices, doubles data in limited offer
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Reddit Rolls Out AMA App, in Very Un-Reddit Fashion
Reddit has launched a new app for its popular "Ask Me Anything" series, as the front page of the Internet works to expand beyond its desktop dominance. The release, first reported by Variety, marks Reddit's re-entry into the mobile app market following an ...
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Hidden obstacles for Google's self-driving cars
Would you buy a self-driving car that couldn't drive itself in most parts of the world? Or that knew nearly nothing about parking, couldn't be taken out in snow or heavy rain, and would drive straight over a gaping pothole? If your answer is yes, then check out ...
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VentureBeat'Hands Off the Net' Group Tells FCC
TechFreedom, a non-partisan technology policy think tank, announced the launch of its “Don't Break the Net” campaign opposing utility-style regulation of the Internet Tuesday. The main feature of the campaign is a petition calling on the Federal ...
Cell-phone regulations are a workable model for the Internet
Most comments warned FCC against 'fast lanes'
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Explore the universe of 'Destiny,' streetview-style
Want a sneak peek at the worlds you'll be shooting through when Destiny comes out next week? Know how to use Google Maps? You're in luck: Destiny Planet View is an interactive web app that uses Google technology to map out three of the planetary ...
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