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Nokia denies return to phone manufacturing
The Nokia company logo is pictured at its headquarters in EspooFinland's Nokia denied reports in Chinese media that it planned to return to manufacturing phones. "Nokia notes recent news reports claiming the company communicated an intention to manufacture consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China. These reports are false," Nokia said in a statement posted on its website. "Nokia reiterates it currently has no plans to manufacture or sell consumer handsets." However, Nokia has said it is looking into returning to the smartphones business by brand-licensing.
Alibaba, China Telecom tie up to sell phones
A cleaner waters the flowers below a logo of Alibaba (China) Technology Co. Ltd at the company's headquarters on the outskirts of HangzhouChinese e-commerce leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and state-owned China Telecom Corp Ltd have tied up to sell inexpensive smartphones aimed at boosting mobile commerce in smaller cities and rural areas. The phones, dubbed "Tianyi Taobao Shopping Handsets", will come installed with either an app for easy access to Alibaba's flagship Taobao online shopping platform or its home-grown YunOS mobile operating system, it said in a statement late on Friday. The partnership is a bid to deepen Alibaba's e-commerce base in less developed parts of the country and promote its mobile operating system in a shrinking, cut-throat handset market. Mobile Taobao is China's most popular mobile shopping app with more than 200 million monthly active users, it said.
India's Ratan Tata buys stake in Chinese phone maker Xiaomi
People stand near a logo of Xiaomi ahead of the launching ceremony of Xiaomi Phone 4, in BeijingRatan Tata, chairman emeritus of the holding company of India's Tata conglomerate, has acquired a stake in Xiaomi Technology [XTC.UL], a deal that is likely to bolster the Chinese phone maker's presence in the world's third-largest smartphone market. Financial details of the unspecified stake bought by Tata in Xiaomi, the first by an Indian, were not disclosed in the statement issued by the Chinese company on Sunday. Xiaomi, the No. 3 global smartphone maker, was valued at $45 billion after a December funding round. Tata, a respected business leader who was the chairman of salt-to-software Tata Sons for more than two decades, has previously invested in Indian start-ups, including online retailer Snapdeal.
Orange boss sees end to French telecom price war
French telecom operator Orange Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephane Richard speaks during a news conference about the 100% fiber optics Orange in ParisThe chief executive of France's telecom leader Orange said on Saturday he believed the price war in the national telecoms sector was coming to a close. Stephane Richard also argued in a radio interview for consolidation in the French telecoms sector, saying a market with three operators would function better than with four. "In France we have among the lowest prices in the world for both fixed and mobile telecoms. In France the entry of low-cost player Iliad into the mobile market in 2012, has put pressure on prices, which Richard said fell by around 45 percent over three years.
Sony raises FY 2015 profit forecast to $2.5 billion: Nikkei
Visitors walk past a logo of Sony Corp at its headquarters in TokyoJapanese consumer electronics firm Sony Corp has raised its operating profit estimate for fiscal 2015 to 300 billion yen ($2.52 billion), or four times its previous estimate, the Nikkei reported on Saturday. Expectations for higher sales of display sensors used in mobile phones and the Playstation gaming console were the reason Sony raised its forecast, the Nikkei reported without citing sources. No one from Sony was available to comment. Sony also expected earnings in the fiscal year that ends in March 2016 to improve as restructuring costs had been declining, the Nikkei said.
EU antitrust case against Google based on 19 complainants: sources
Euro coins are seen in front of a Google logo in this picture illustration taken in ZenicaBy Foo Yun Chee and Eric Auchard BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union's decision to take on Google last week stems from official complaints by 19 companies in Europe and the United States, including Microsoft and a number of small firms, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. The list of complainants in the European Commission's charge sheet, which includes companies not directly involved in the charges around Google's shopping service, would make it easier for the regulator to expand the case beyond its preliminary focus on price-comparison shopping sites. Being an official party to the case gives the companies an insider track on the regulatory proceedings as they will be able to get a copy of the detailed EU charge sheet and argue their case at a hearing of competition experts should Google ask for one. While around 30 firms have since gone public with their complaints, to date no one other than the EU enforcer and Google knows exactly which parties have been included as official complainants on the charge sheet.
'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3': 5 ways it's different
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" is enlisting a few new recruits.
Software that helps power Siri is named after Iron Man's AI, JARVIS
Software that helps power Siri is named after Iron Man's AI, JARVISRemember JARVIS, the hyper-intelligent AI from the Iron Man movies? Well, it seems Apple's engineers used that sci-fi software for some inspiration when building the backbone that powers Siri. At an engineer meet-up last week in Cupertino, Apple revealed that the servers that run Siri use Apache Mesos. The open source software, first developed out of UC Berkeley, is designed to make massive data centers more efficient and easier to manage.
Google engineer dies in Everest avalanche after Nepal quake
Google engineer dies in Everest avalanche after Nepal quakeDan Fredinburg, an engineer in Google's Project X division, was among more than a dozen climbers killed in avalanche set off by Nepal's massive earthquake.
Internet billionaires face off in renewed Texas space race
FILE - In a June 18, 2014 file photo, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos demonstrates the new Amazon Fire Phone during a launch event, in Seattle. Blue Origin, LLC in Van Horn, Texas, the brainchild of Amazon founder Bezos, is one of two parts of the 21st-century space race being directed in the Texas by Internet billionaires. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)VAN HORN, Texas (AP) — An isolated edge of vast West Texas is home to a highly secretive part of the 21st-century space race, one of two being directed in the Lone Star State by Internet billionaires whose personalities and corporate strategies seem worlds apart.
Nokia denies reports that it's reentering the phone business
Nokia denies reports that it's reentering the phone businessAfter rumors sparked up last week that Nokia has plans to get back into the phone business, the Finnish company today made the unusual move of publicly discrediting those claims. It's been a year since Microsoft closed the deal to purchase Nokia's phone business, but that hasn't stopped murmurs that Nokia would some day throw its hat back into the ring. Recode stoked the fire last week with a report that Nokia has plans to reenter the consumer handset market as soon as next year. Whatever Nokia's plans may or may not be, the company is restricted by its agreement with Microsoft not to use its brand on phones until Q4 2016.
The NSA made a coloring book for kids
The NSA made a coloring book for kidsLast week we met Dunk, the NSA's captivatingly weird Earth Day mascot, and now it looks like he's not the only anthropomorphic creature in the NSA family. Dan Raile at Pando Daily went to the RSA security conference last week, and returned with a prize: an NSA-themed coloring book.
How Net neutrality helped kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger
How Net neutrality helped kill the Comcast-Time Warner Cable mergerComcast's $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable is officially dead, and the companies may have the fiery Net neutrality debate that raged this past year to blame.
What Good Is a Video You Can't See?
What Good Is a Video You Can't See?Soon, thousand of police officers across the country will don body-worn cameras when they go out among the public. I talked to several representatives from privacy, civil rights, and progressive advocacy groups working on body cameras. Body cameras were introduced as a tool of public accountability, but making their videos available to the public might be too fraught, too complex, and too expensive to actually put into practice. Much of the ambiguity around body cameras comes down to this: Despite their general popularity, despite being the only policy change called for by the family of Michael Brown, body cameras are a little weird.
These old school electric bicycles look like a 1950s dream
These old school electric bicycles look like a 1950s dreamFor cycling enthusiasts whose interests fall somewhere between a 10-speed and a motorcycle, electric bicycles are a pretty solid alternative. Vintage Electric claims the bikes can reach a speed of 36 MPH in "Race Mode" with a range of 30 miles and a recharge time of just two hours.
Fall into a hypnotic daze with this CGI aquarium video
Fall into a hypnotic daze with this CGI aquarium videoVisual artist Oleg Memukhin planned a recent CGI experiment around one of Earth's most hypnotic visuals: fish swimming around in a circle. Using the graphics application Houdini, Memukhin created a school of small, shimmery fish and had them move in sync around any objects placed in their path. In the video above, Memukhin describes the four elements in his "flocking model": cohesion, separation and alignment, obstacle avoidance, and shape animation and flee behavior.
Russian hackers reportedly read some of Obama's emails last year
Russian hackers reportedly read some of Obama's emails last yearLast year, some of President Obama's emails were exposed to Russian hackers during a White House computer system breach. Servers that control the traffic to Obama's BlackBerry also remained secure. Obama's personal email account was not affected, rather, much of his correspondence was culled from the accounts of people with whom he communicated frequently. The White House is hit with cyberattacks every day, the Times reports, but this was an advanced, highly targeted attack.
Overcome Agile hangovers with a 'software craftsman' approach
Overcome Agile hangovers with a 'software craftsman' approachHow to make Agile stick: both IT professionals and their employers need a 'software craftsman' mindset that addresses each project with extreme quality and care -- despite deadline pressures.
Hackers temporarily take control of Tesla’s website, Elon Musk's Twitter account
Hackers temporarily take control of Tesla’s website, Elon Musk's Twitter accountEarlier today, Tesla's Twitter account and website were taken over by some nefarious jokesters. Around 5 PM ET,  a strange tweet popped up on the company's official Twitter account, suggesting the company was no longer in control of what was being posted. The Tesla account name was changed to #RIPPRGANG. The person behind the @rootworx account tweeted several times he was not responsible for the hack, although it was his phone number that was leaked.
Quiksilver designed a wetsuit that looks like an actual suit
Quiksilver designed a wetsuit that looks like an actual suitIf you're a surfer, and you love the feel of salty sea mist on your skin, and the threatening billow of a forming wave, and the rush of gliding on water, but your preferred look is business formal, I've got good news for you. Quiksilver in Japan and the ad agency TBWA\HAKUHODO have designed the True Wetsuit, a wetsuit that looks like an actual suit.
Facebook's Sandberg says she identifies with Ellen Pao
Facebook's Sandberg says she identifies with Ellen PaoThe more powerful and successful a woman becomes, the less she's liked, says the "Lean In" author.
Geeks, gamers and Trekkies most likely to pay with Apple Watch, survey says
Geeks, gamers and Trekkies most likely to pay with Apple Watch, survey saysTechnically Incorrect: A survey asks Americans who they think will most likely pay for items by waving their Apple Watch at a scanner.
Robert Downey Jr. says Apple Watch is meh
Robert Downey Jr. says Apple Watch is mehTechnically Incorrect: In another exciting interview to promote the new Avengers movie, Iron Man says Apple's new watch is small and not terribly interesting. He prefers his Omega.
Tony Hawk shares a cheeky video of a Pro Skater character in real life
Tony Hawk shares a cheeky video of a Pro Skater character in real lifeIn advance of the Pro Skater 5 release, Tony Hawk has been having a little fun on the internet. Earlier this week, he shared a clip on Instagram created by skater Rob Wootton that cheekily nods to classic Pro Skater games. Wootton imagines himself as an animated character from the menu screen, spinning his board and bobbing around with a blank look on his face while changing outfits. The attention to detail is intense: the music playing in the clip was even used in Pro Skater 2, Polygon reports.
Google opens its Person Finder tool to aid earthquake relief efforts in Nepal
Google opens its Person Finder tool to aid earthquake relief efforts in NepalIn an attempt to aid rescue efforts, Google has once again opened up its Person Finder tool — a simple crowd-sourced missing persons database. Google first launched the application in 2010, following the devastating earthquake in Haiti, and has since deployed the tool several times after natural disasters. Person Finder gathers information from emergency responders and individual users who can enter information for a missing person or someone who has been found.
Can one woman change the way Uber operates?
Can one woman change the way Uber operates?After allegedly being raped by her Uber driver in Delhi, an Indian woman sues the US-based ride-hailing service on its home turf. She's asking Uber to "overhaul" its safety measures around the world.
You can now send directions and notes to your phone via Google search
You can now send directions and notes to your phone via Google searchGoogle's taking small steps to more intimately connect your Android phone and desktop computer. The search company has rolled out a new feature that lets you send directions, notes, reminders, and more directly from your browser to your phone. If your Android device is updated and has the right settings enabled (see this help article for details), you can simply type "send a note to my phone" or "send directions to my phone" directly into the search bar. Doing so will open up a little Google Now-style card that will let you type in your note or specify the directions that you're looking for.
Posted on: April 25th 2015, 23:37

Chevy FNR autonomous concept unveiled in Shanghai (pictures) - CNET
Chevrolet unveiled a new concept car from GM's Chinese division, an electric autonomous vehicle that takes a look towards the future of personal transport. - Page 1

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Posted on: April 25th 2015, 03:17

Crowdfunded Science Is Here. But Is It Legit Science? | WIRED
More and more scientists are turning to crowdfunding to get money to run their experiments.

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Posted on: April 24th 2015, 12:11

New 'liquidmorphium' Turing Phone claims to be ultra-secure and stronger than steel - CNET
The premium Turing Phone promises world-class security through a chip on the phone.

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Posted on: April 23rd 2015, 01:52

HP's Audacious Idea for Reinventing Computers | MIT Technology Review
To rescue its struggling business, Hewlett-Packard is making a long-shot bid to change the fundamentals of how computers work.

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Posted on: April 23rd 2015, 01:52

Man charged after allegedly shooting computer with gun - CNET
Technically Incorrect: A Colorado man is so fed up with his Dell computer that he takes it into a back alley and allegedly executes it.

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Posted on: April 22nd 2015, 12:13

Are you ready for Google's mobile algorithm change?
Are you ready for Google's algorithm update for 2015? New changes in how Google ranks websites are going to be skewed towards mobile. Here's the lowdown.

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