'Game of Thrones' Streaming Problems Add to Cord-Cutting Dilemma

The problems people experienced on April 24 streaming the blockbuster season premiere of “Game of Thrones” using HBO Go or HBO Now might explain why millions of Americans stick with cable even th…

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4-Inch iPhone: Slow and Steady May Win the Race

Apple appears to have experienced a lost weekend with the 4-inch iPhone SE failing to rack up significant sales. When the period ended, the SE claimed only 0.1 percent of the iPhone market, Localytics reported Monday. “The new phone was unable to take away the iPhone 5’s share, the model it most closely resembled, suggesting that small-screen lovers have not yet been convinced to upgrade from their 5 models to the new iPhone SE,” observed Localytics Marketing Research Analyst Caitlin O’Connell.

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Driverless cars: Google gets bus-detecting patent a month after it hit a bus

When one of Google’s driverless cars experienced a rendezvous with a city bus on Valentine’s Day last month, the encounter was anything but amorous.

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Apple suppliers had 'very good' January following tough December, analyst says

Article Image Taiwanese Apple suppliers experienced a “very good” January, financially, despite Apple “putting on the breaks extra hard” the previous month, Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White said on Tuesday.

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Apple announces repair program for blurry iPhone 6 Plus cameras

Consumers who have experienced image quality problems with their iPhone 6 Plus’s iSight camera may be eligible for a free repair, as Apple on Friday acknowledged a problem with a “small percentage” of units and will replace the affected component free of charge.

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Smartphone Sales Sag in China

China experienced the first-ever downturn in its smartphone market in the second quarter of 2015, and it was enough to drag global sales to a two-year low, Gartner Research said Thursday. The rest of the Asia Pacific smartphone market saw substantial growth in the quarter. iOS snatched a tad of market share — about 2.4 percent — from the other mobile operating systems, and Samsung shared more of its handset stake with its rivals, according to the report. China’s smartphone sales fell by about 4 percent in the quarter, year over year.

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Extended downtime for Apple's iTunes, App Store and more lingers for hours

Apple’s online services, including the iTunes Store and App Store, experienced an extended outage Wednesday morning, stretching for hours, even though Apple’s official system status page suggested all services were online.

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Home Depot All But Confirms Doozy of a Data Breach

Home Depot may have experienced a massive security breach — possibly on a greater scale than last year’s Target breach, which affected an estimated 110 million people. Home Depot on Wednesday said it was investigating the possibility, following security researcher Brian Krebs’ Tuesday alert. Multiple banks earlier on Tuesday had seen indications that Home Depot was the source of a huge new batch of stolen credit and debit cards that had gone on sale in the cybercrime underground.

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