The new copycats: How Facebook squashes competition from startups

Tech startups live by the rule that speed is paramount. Houseparty, creator of a hot video app, has an extra reason for urgency.

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Smart & Safe Tech: For cars, there's safety in connectivity

The road can be unpredictable. Hum by Verizon brings your car up to speed with today’s latest technology. Connecting drivers to emergency services, grading your driving, recognizing the health of your car and helping drivers arrive to their destination safely.

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Obama administration planning to speed up development of self-driving cars

Article Image The White House will reportedly announce efforts to speed up the development of self-driving cars on Thursday, something that may be of extreme interest to Apple as it readies its own such vehicle.

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Welcome to the fastest place in the world

Nowhere on Earth is more synonymous with the pursuit of speed than the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats of north-western Utah.


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Chrome has a serious security flaw

Since Google launched the Chrome browser in 2008, it’s built a reputation for speed and security not found in other browsers. While the gap has narrowed in both those areas thanks to improvements in Firefox, and Microsoft creating the new Edge browser for Windows 10, Chrome still has the edge in hacking contests.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/11/19/chrome-has-serious-security-flaw.html

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Nokia Bets on Artemis' 4G LTE Booster


Nokia will test Artemis Networks’ pCell technology, which promises speed boosts in bounds for wireless broadband without requiring new handsets, the companies announced Monday. Nokia plans to work with wireless carriers to test the technology in the U.S. and other countries starting in 2016. It has entered into a memorandum of understanding on pCell tech with Rearden, parent company of Artemis. The companies jointly will develop a proof-of-concept of pCell for Nokia’s network partners.

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Nokia Bets on Artemis' 4G LTE Booster


Nokia will test Artemis Networks’ pCell technology, which promises speed boosts in bounds for wireless broadband without requiring new handsets, the companies announced Monday. Nokia plans to work with wireless carriers to test the technology in the U.S. and other countries starting in 2016. It has entered into a memorandum of understanding on pCell tech with Rearden, parent company of Artemis. The companies jointly will develop a proof-of-concept of pCell for Nokia’s network partners.

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Is Samsung’s plan to ramp up 10nm production by the end of 2016 a paper war?

Samsung S2 foundry
Samsung has declared it’ll push on to 10nm with deliberate speed before 14nm chips have even begun to ship. Are we seeing the impact of Apple’s product cycles on the foundry business?

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Apple's Jimmy Iovine played key role in securing HBO Now deal

When HBO CEO Richard Plepler chose to speed up the rollout of the company’s new standalone streaming service and went looking for a launch partner, one of his first phone calls was to entertainment industry legend turned Apple executive Jimmy Iovine.



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