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Trade group previews apps to give mobile users choice on ads

The Digital Advertising Alliance plans to release two apps this fall allowing users to opt out of behavioral ads.

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Owler uses crowdsourcing for competitive intelligence

Owler delivers curated news and company profiles to mobile devices

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Android for Work and Office integration let you get down to business

From app data separation and security enhancements to native QuickOffice editing within apps

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You are here: Use your phone's location tracking to complete tasks with these apps

Find the best parking rates, track your mileage, manage you phone settings and more.

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Europe's digital chief supports compromise on Google antitrust case

Plan to forge agreement with Google in competition case is controversial

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Google opens Glass sales in the UK, for £1,000 a pop

The unit recognizes U.K. accents and the metric system, Google said

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Box brings Box Notes to its iOS apps

Updated iPhone and iPad apps let box users capture ideas and collaborate in real time from anywhere.

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Twitter keeps sending texts to recycled phone numbers, lawsuit says

A consumer who was hit with unwanted messages wants to start a class-action case

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Republicans call on FCC to leave net neutrality to antitrust agencies

Republican lawmakers promote antitrust as an alternative as a way to derail the FCC's efforts

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Judge not sold on $324M settlement in Silicon Valley tech worker case

The suit accuses companies like Apple and Google of conspiring not to hire each others' workers

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LinkedIn launches mobile job search iOS app

The app provides filtering tools, saved search and notifications

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Facebook back up after short but widespread outage

Unknown problem hits website as users complain on Twitter

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Google looks to the day when it can quit building its own servers

At some point, your infrastructure will look just like Google's, according to a senior executive at the search giant.