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Uber and Lyft Price Wars Could Take Their Toll
Uber announced a new fee while Lyft cut rates across the country. How will this affect the burgeoning ride-sharing market?
New App Lets You Control Desktop with Your Phone
Google releases Chrome Remote Desktop for Android, giving users the power to access their computers from anywhere.
Twitter Unveils Its Version of Facebook's Big Money-Maker
Twitter's newest bid to make even more money — “app install” ads, a newish format that has been a giant hit for Facebook.
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Thieves: Give Me Google Glass and Nobody Gets Hurt!
In the last week, at least two people have experienced Google Glass theft. Could the wearable computer become a new favorite of thieves?
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Samsung's Galaxy S5 Costs $250 to Build: Report
The Galaxy S5, Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, costs about $256 to build according to a teardown analysis by market research firm IHS.
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Wi-Fi in the Sky Is Taking Off
Airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground — and at lower cost.
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T-Mobile CEO Starts Campaign Against Overage Charges
The mobile carrier's brash CEO paints extra fees as a social injustice.
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BlackBerry: No, We're Not Exiting Phone Business
No, BlackBerry isn't planning to exit the phone business, despite reports this week.
Ethical Decision Making
Conscience-on-the-Go: Ethicists Put Out Their Own App
Ambitious young technologists have lots of questions, few of them moral. That’s what worries the ethicists at a Jesuit college in the heart of Silicon Valley.
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