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GSM wireless will die in 2017, and that's bad news for older devices

Asia and the U.S. operators are more aggressive than their European counterparts. But what will this mean for older devices that depend on the technology?

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HTC will refuse any acquisition offer from Asus

Asus hasn't made a bid for HTC, but on Friday its chairman said it wouldn't rule out such an offer.

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Four challenges for Twitter's next CEO

Identity problems, slowing user growth and abuse, oh my!

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Two years on, Google's Project Loon drifts into focus

Google X project is clearing technical and price hurdles, but commercial plans are still unknown

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LinkedIn extends Sales Navigator with Dynamics CRM integration

An Android version of the Sales Navigator mobile app is also now available

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Why marketers are betting big on predictive analytics

Lattice Engines is one of many software providers capitalizing on this trend

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Microsoft acquires BlueStripe for operations management

BlueStripe will provide Microsoft System Manager with more nuanced performance metrics for distributed applications

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Wi-Fi signals can do rough head counts

Estimating the number of people present by looking at Wi-Fi signals could help make buildings more energy efficient

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SweetCAPTCHA users complain of advertising pop-ups

A script inside the CAPTCHA tool is displaying pop-ups, which could lead to harmful software

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Intel to invest $125 million in startups run by women, minorities

This new Intel Capital investment fund is separate from an existing $300 million diversity plan

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HP will pay $100 million to settle Autonomy-related lawsuit

The action has 'no merit' HP maintains

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Injectable electronics could form basis for brain implants

An international team has recorded and monitored mouse brain cells with mesh electronics inserted via a syringe

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CTIA sues over another cellphone radiation law

The mobile industry group says Berkeley's new city law violates retailers' freedom of speech.

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Facebook letting more stores ping your phone when you're inside

Facebook's Place Tips feature highlights relevant information about businesses in News Feed.

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For its next feat, Google will try to make you eat your vegetables

The company is developing more plant-based menus at its campuses worldwide