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A door that unlocks when you walk up to it — a co...
... wrote: "At $250, the August lock is more of a chic bauble than a useful necessity." Re/code's
found the device more useful: "I liked it and can recommend it, especially for folks...
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Apple set to bring apps to your TV with new TV box
... figure out how to crack TV. At the Code conference last May, Apple media boss Eddy Cue told
and Kara Swisher that 'the TV experience sucks.' 'All we have today is glorified...
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The hidden talent of Steve Jobs
John Markoff of The New York Times, Steven Levy, formerly of Wired magazine (he�s now at Medium),
, the longtime technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal (he�s now at Re/code),...
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Apple watch: A Game changer?
... of the iPod, the iPhone, these have not been instant in large numbers," says Re/code's
. Mossberg says Apple's biggest challenge with the new watch is proving a reason to...
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How Samsung won — and then lost — the smartphone ...
... in February 2013, critics blasted the Note for being too large. The Wall Street Journal’s
, one of the most famous tech reviewers in the world, compared using the Note to...
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Next Out Of Pandora's Box: Letting The Artists Sp...
... with limited success. "This platform will allow them to build a patronage," Westergren told
on Wednesday. "An audience of patrons for them." Pandora's effort to satisfy...
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