Fragmented European telecom sector rekindles love affair with cables and wires to boost growth
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Data Doctor Ken Colburn says a troubling number of Apple users have not performed security updates, in part because they feel a false sense of safety that Apple devices aren't vulnerable to hackers.
Review: Uncertain first steps wearing Google Glass in Manhattan
NYC to host old-fashioned Easter egg hunt with giant eggs and a high-tech twist: an app
Experts: It's highly unlikely that cellphones will help find missing Malaysian jetliner
Activists attack Apple for exposing Chinese factory workers to 2 hazardous chemicals in iPhone
An online presence is an important way of networking, jobseeking, and telling the world about your professional life. It's possible to build a personal website in just a few minutes.
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Roku is turning to A-level celebrities at SXSW to help get out the message about it's just unveiled new way to stream video.
One of the country's biggest annual gatherings of music, film, and interactive media stars and devotees is underway in Austin, Texas.
Mike Moss tried to stay away from his Apple products for a whole day. Did he make it?
Bidding war in French mobile telecoms could extend consolidation trend in Europe
Federal judge rules for Samsung in ongoing patent dispute with Apple in California
Review: Apple's iWork brings simplicity to documents, though not Office replacement yet
March 7 is the National Day of Unplugging. It was launched five years ago by the national nonprofit group Reboot.
The folks at Oscar Mayer have developed an iPhone app and dongle that will make sizzling sounds and release a bacon scent when your alarm goes off.
Potholes? Parking? Mayors of Mexico City, Los Angeles compare apps on their smartphones
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