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  • Why ‘Big Data’ Is a Big Deal: IBM Executive Saturday, 7 Jul 2012 | 12:34 PM ET

    Companies are sitting on ever-expanding mountains of data that could potentially help them run their businesses better, David McQueeney, IBM’s head of software research, told CNBC.

  • Google Inc employee Ray Liu, wears Project Glass internet glasses during a demonstration during at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, California.

    The U.S. Patent Office published a patent on Tuesday revealing that Apple has experimented with producing a set of augmented-reality eyeglasses, sparking speculation that Apple will go head-to-head (and eye-to-eye) with Google's much-hyped Glass device.

  • Why an Amazon Phone Isn't (Completely) Crazy Friday, 6 Jul 2012 | 4:23 PM ET
    Amazon’s Kindle Fire

    So Amazon is reportedly working on a smartphone. Crazy? Not entirely.

  • The Most Anticipated Videogames of 2013 Friday, 6 Jul 2012 | 12:14 PM ET
    Publisher: Take-Two Interactive SoftwareShares of Take-Two jumped nearly 20 percent in the week after the first "Bioshock" was released in 2007. It was more than a critical darling, it was a game with legs at retail. By March 2010, it had sold 4 million copies. A sequel by a different development studio did so-so, but with original designer Irrational Games back at the helm, fans are already lining up to get their hands on the game when it comes out in late February.

    The video game industry will roll out some of its biggest guns next year — and the expected launch of new console systems from Microsoft and Sony could make a big year even bigger.

  • More than a quarter of a million PC users could find themselves cut off from the Internet on Monday as the FBI takes down a safety net protecting them from a specific piece of malicious software. Here's what the FBI wants you to know:

  • Low-cost 'Hacker Hostels' springing up in San Francisco are filling with aspiring tech entrepreneurs on the bottom rung of the Silicon Valley ladder, the New York Times reports.

  • Google’s Links with UK Government Agency Friday, 6 Jul 2012 | 2:55 AM ET

    Google hired a top official from a UK government agency charged with investigating the company, a report reveals, Global Post reports.

  • Apple Mini-iPad Would Be Above $199: Analyst Thursday, 5 Jul 2012 | 3:38 PM ET
    Boxes of the new Apple iPad 2 are stacked as it goes on sale at Apple Store

    If Apple launches a smaller iPad tablet to compete with Google's Nexus 7 Tablet, it won't be priced quite as low as Google's $199 tablet, but will still be competitively priced, Channing Smith, Capital Advisors vice president, tells CNBC.

  • Doximity, a social networking site specifically designed for doctors, may help physicians save lives, says LinkedIn's co-founder.

  • Car-Pooling Makes a Surge on Apps and Social Media Thursday, 5 Jul 2012 | 1:05 PM ET

    Helped by advances in technology and social networking, sharing rides is becoming easier and more popular in the United States.

  • "Silicon Beach",  is attracting talent and funding for tech startups, entrepreneurs drawn to LA's ability to brand and sell ideas...plus the weather.

  • A malware attack that has infected some computers for over a year may cause tens of thousands of Americans to lose their internet connection on Monday.

  • Samsung Trumps Apple as Asia’s Most Valued Brand Thursday, 5 Jul 2012 | 12:04 AM ET

    Samsung Electronics has emerged as the most valued brand by consumers in Asia, ending a four-year reign by Japanese competitor Sony and ahead of close rival Apple, according to a survey by research firm Nielsen and media magazine Campaign Asia-Pacific.

  • Luxury Hotel Brand Bets on China Wednesday, 4 Jul 2012 | 5:49 AM ET

    With one luxury hotel already up and running in Shanghai and five more properties under development there, Jumeirah Group’s Executive Chairman says he’s really excited about China.

  • For the first time ever, Twitter has issued a transparency report card that sheds light on how often it's been asked by government officials to delete tweets and hand over user information -- and how frequently the social media site has complied.

  • RIM CEO: RIM Not in a 'Death Spiral' Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012 | 10:18 AM ET

    Blackberry maker Research in Motion is not in a "death spiral", said company CEO Thorsten Heins, according to a report.

  • A partially uprooted tree is seen as Pepco employees work on damaged utility poles and lines along Bradley Blvd. near River Rd. on Sunday June 01, 2012 in Montgomery County, MD. Friday's powerful storm left scores without power.

    A failure in Amazon’s cloud computing service might prompt some companies to re-examine their dependence on such services.

  • A sign with the 'like' symbol stands in front of the Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California.

    Facebook already knows what you "like." It could be near uncovering your desires, too. As Inside Facebook first reported, Facebook might soon supplement its "like" button with a "want" button that could push the site more toward becoming a place for consumption, rather than social connection, and make commerce a mainstay of the site.

  • Bye-Bye Best Buy?     Monday, 2 Jul 2012 | 11:10 AM ET

    Are electronic stores on the verge of extinction? Jeff Jordan, Andreessen Horowitz, weighs in on whether it's only a matter of time before e-commerce replaces physical retail.

  • Its IPO Botched, Facebook Looks Hard at Nasdaq Monday, 2 Jul 2012 | 9:57 AM ET
    Facebook

    Tensions between Nasdaq and Facebook are so high that the social networking company is still considering switching exchanges and is weighing the costs of such a move, officials there said. The New York Times reports.

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