Motorola Mobility’s US Moto X Assembly Plant To Close By End Of Year

Part of the sales pitch for Motorola Mobility’s (then Google-owned) Moto X smartphone was that it was partly U.S.-made; an assembly plant to put together the Moto X opened in Fort Worth, Texas in May 2013. That plant will close by the end of this year, Motorola confirms to TechCrunch, however, as sales of the […]

Visually Will Tell Marketers Whether People Actually Cared About That Infographic

Infographic and “visual content” marketplace Visually is the latest startup trying to take a new approach to measuring the effectiveness of content marketing. In the past month or so I’ve written about new analytics tools offered by Contently, Chartbeat, and Sharethrough, all based on the idea that content marketers and native advertisers need new sets […]

Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan Donate $120M To Bay Area Schools

At a time when the boy kings of Silicon Valley are making the worst possible names for themselves, the original boy king, Mark Zuckerberg, and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan are setting a good example with a $120 million donation to Bay Area schools. The couple’s donation is part of a $1.1 billion pledge to […]

House Votes To Fund Intelligence Programs Through 2015

While there is some appetite for reform of the intelligence activities of the United States government in the House of Representatives, votes to not fund the NSA and other agencies remain slim. Today the House passed H.R. 4681 – Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 2014 and 2015 by a bipartisan vote count of 345-59. Via […]

Microsoft, Salesforce Partnership Is Proof That Business Makes Strange Bedfellows

It’s often been said that politics makes for strange bedfellows, but the same could be said for business. If you want proof, look no further than yesterday’s partnership announcement between Salesforce and Microsoft. These are two companies that compete fiercely for the same customers in the CRM space, suddenly making nice. If you look closely at […]

Dish Network plans to accept Bitcoin

29 May 2014 Last updated at 14:13 Bitcoin has been battered by a series of problems, including large scale thefts US satellite TV operator Dish Network has said it will accept payments in Bitcoins from customers in the third quarter of this year. Dish, which supplies 14 million households with satellite TV, says it will […]

YouTube set to be restored in Turkey

29 May 2014 Last updated at 17:09 The ban was imposed after leaked recordings of official meetings turned up on YouTube Access to video-sharing site YouTube looks set to be restored in Turkey after a ruling by the nation’s highest court. A block was imposed in late March, soon after recordings alleging official corruption were […]

Microsoft ex-CEO ‘wins Clippers bid’

30 May 2014 Last updated at 11:11 Steve Ballmer left Microsoft in February but still own shares in the company Microsoft’s former CEO Steve Ballmer has reached a deal to buy the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team for a potential record deal of $2bn (£1.2bn). Shelly Sterling, who owns the Clippers with her husband through […]

Mobile firms urged to unlock phones

29 May 2014 Last updated at 13:27 Phones should be unlocked at the end of contracts Customers who have reached the end of their mobile phone contract should have their phones unlocked from the network for free, says consumer group Which? It believes that keeping phones locked prevents customer finding a better deal by switching […]

Google offers ‘right to forget’ form

30 May 2014 Last updated at 12:36 Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Technology correspondent Dave Lee explains how the controversial system will work Google has launched a service to allow Europeans to ask for personal data to be removed from online search results. The move comes after a landmark European Union […]

Engadget Daily: Apple and Beats, GoPro’s media empire and more!

Today we discussed Apple’s purchase of Beats Electronics, got a taste of GoPro’s growing media empire, went hands-on with Beats’ new Solo² headphones and learned about an American-made TV that sits behind your bathroom mirror. Read on for Engadget’s news highlights from the last 24 hours. With Beats, Apple faces the music Music streaming is […]

SpaceX Dragon V2 can seat up to seven passengers, use thrusters to land on solid ground

SpaceX’s Dragon capsule has been taking cargo to the International Space Station since 2012, but it’s done so lacking the chops to shuttle humans into orbit. The firm’s just unveiled the next generation of the spacecraft, dubbed the Dragon V2, to remedy that, and it’s designed to do much more than carry people.The new craft […]

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