• Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smart watch breaks cover

    Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smart watch breaks cover

    Images circulating around the interwebs, claiming to be the reclusive new “smartwatch” from Samsung, may or may not be the product that is revealing this week. Samsung will unveil the new Galaxy Gear watch on Wednesday, but the blocky, even bulky, watch revealed on Venture Beat and said to be the new watch (see that
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  • Facebook Graph Search coming to U.S. users

    Facebook Graph Search coming to U.S. users

    Starting today, Facebook will be rolling out advanced search features in the United States. Called Graph Search, the search tool allows users to search for things in a more semantic way similar to Google or Bing. Searching for things with phrases like “restaurants in Boca Raton that my friends like” will yield results based on
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  • Google goes full Loon, introduces balloon-powered Internet access

    Google goes full Loon, introduces balloon-powered Internet access

    Google has come up with a plan to provide Internet access to everyone, everywhere, no matter how remote. With all of the transformations that have come thanks to the ‘Net, however, two of three people on the planet still don’t have access where they live.  Google plans to change that. With balloons. Solving the problems
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  • Rumor: Yahoo bid $600-$800M for Hulu

    Rumor: Yahoo bid $600-$800M for Hulu

    AllthingsD is saying that “sources close to the situation” say that Yahoo is bidding between six hundred and eight hundred million for video streaming powerhouse Hulu.  The actual bid depends on the circumstances of the purchase, such as length of licensing rights (some licences aren’t public) and the amount of control given in those licenses.
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  • Consumers shifting to older iPhones

    Consumers shifting to older iPhones

    Analysts on Wall Street are worried that Apple may have passed its peak in attracting consumers to the latest, newest iPhone offering.  Traditionally releasing a new iteration of the popular smart phone every year, the iPhone has become the phone of choice for many of the nation’s tech-savvy and fashion conscious.  Now, however, that trend
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  • Nissan, Microsoft Engage Girls of the Future In Engineering Open House

    Nissan, Microsoft Engage Girls of the Future In Engineering Open House

    Nissan teamed up with Microsoft’s DigiGirlz program to host a technology open house at its American headquarters in Tennessee.  The event, lead by former Tennessee Titans cheerleader Jennifer Hill – who is now a process engineer at Nissan – brought in teenage girls from the area to showcase the high-technology that goes into today’s automobile
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