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Comcast Tests Gigabit-Speed Internet Service in Philadelphia

Google Fiber, the gigabit-speed Internet service that is slowly rolling out to cities across the country, may soon have some competition from an established service provider. Philadelphia-based Comcast has announced that it is testing a new protocol known as DOCSIS 3.1, which it said has the potential to boost download speeds to the gigabit level. Unlike Google Fiber, which requires …

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Next Generation of Google Glass Aimed at Enterprise Users

When Google announced early this year that it would halt sales Relevant Products/Services of Google Glass, many observers were quick to label the computing-enabled eyewear experiment a failure. Presently it swung full upon us and—stopped. The tension on our nerves was near the breaking point, and I doubt if any of us breathed for the few moments he held us …

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Silicon Valley Tech Companies Jump on the Super Bowl Bandwagon

With the historic Super Bowl 50 coming soon to that great entrepreneurial gridiron known as Silicon Valley, local tech companies large and small are getting in on the action. Headquartered smack dab in the middle of what SB50 host committee’s Keith Bruce calls “the heartbeat of the world’s digital economy,” giants like Apple, Google and Intel down to small-shop startups …

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Ride-hailing company Lyft Inc. said Monday it’s partnering with General Motors Co.

With the investment, Lyft is much smaller than Uber, the giant of the ride-hailing space.Here are some of the major players who are changing the way we get from Point A to Point B. Funding: More than $10 billion from traditional venture investors, institutional lenders and tech giants like Google, Microsoft and China’s Baidu, which see value both in its …

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Lenovo Tapping Google’s Project Tango for First Smartphone

Computer tech company Lenovo is dancing its way into the smartphone market — with Google. Lenovo took the lid off plans for its first consumer mobile device at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week. “To break new ground in today’s hypercompetitive smartphone and tablet industries, we must take innovation risks — it’s the only way to truly change the …

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Facebook’s Find-a-Friend invitation emails are illegal and must be disabled

​Facebook’s Find-a-Friend emails have got the social network in trouble, as a German court has ruled them illegal. The feature accesses users’ email address books and sends invitations to contacts who aren’t yet signed up to Facebook.

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Domino’s Apple Watch app will tell you when it’s pizza time

​The only thing worse than a hangover is a New Year’s Day hangover, but help is now just a screen tap away for Apple Watch owners. Domino’s Easy Order App for the wearable lets users order a slice of hangover-banishing goodness faster than ever before. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early model of …

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Fitbit launches its first colour touchscreen tracker with the Blaze

Fitbit is the market leader in wearables, so it might come as a surprise to hear that it’s only just announced its first colour touchscreen device. Billed as a ‘smarter fitness tracker’ rather than a smartwatch, the Fitbit Blaze was announced during the company’s pre-CES 2016 press conference. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an …

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Google Starts Testing Password-Free Logins Using Your Phone

Passwords — especially weak ones or those used across multiple systems — can create all kinds of vulnerabilities and security headaches for people and businesses. The test was brought to light yesterday when reddit user rp1226 posted documents and screenshots from Google’s experiment on the Android subreddit. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early …

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Comcast Tests Gigabit-Speed Internet Service in Philadelphia

Google Fiber, the gigabit-speed Internet service that is slowly rolling out to cities across the country, may soon have some competition from an established service provider. Philadelphia-based Comcast has announced that it is testing a new protocol known as DOCSIS 3.1, which it said has the potential to boost download speeds to the gigabit level. Unlike Google Fiber, which requires …

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