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Samsung Electronics Co. says the U.S. Department of Defense has approved using Samsung smartphones for its networks.
The walled garden around the venerable bookseller’s reading-centric tablets is coming down.
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Facebook’s Trusted Contacts feature lets you specify friends who can participate in the password-recovery process.
Intel said Thursday that it has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. He will steer the world’s largest chipmaker in a world where PC sales are cratering while smartphones and tablets thrive.
Here are five startups from TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York that you’re going to want to keep your eye on.
The Verge’s Paul Miller went offline for an entire year. The short version of his story: First it was good, then not so good. And now that he’s back, it’s good in a different way.
Researchers in France suggest they may have found a way to extend Moore’s Law through the 2020s after all.
The 2012 physical and digital book sales numbers are out, and they’re not at all what you’d expect.