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Apple will open another R&D center in Japan

Apple is on a research & development spree! The company has announced a bunch of new R&D centers over the past few months, and R&D spendings have skyrocketed. This time, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company plans to open a new center in Japan during a visit in ...

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Mobile marketing and data startup mParticle raises $17.5M

mParticle announced today that it has raised $17.5 million in Series B funding. The New York City startup helps marketers collect user data through a variety of services and then funnel that data to other marketing and analytics tools. Co-founder and CEO Michael Katz said this not only reduces integration ...

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Formula Thunder 5000 Testing Waters Down Under

When Formula 1 axed the glorious high-strung naturally aspirated V-8 in favor of the heavily boosted turbocharged V-6; fans knew that the aural pleasures of the glory days of F1 were over. Turbochargers mean less noise, and less noise means less of the overall Formula 1 experience. The possible return ...

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Verizon says Yahoo email hacking could scupper $4.83 billion deal

(Image: File photo) Verizon has a “reasonable basis” to allow the company to withdraw from its $4.83 billion proposed deal to buy Yahoo, following revelations of a massive data breach affecting at least 500 million accounts. Craig Silliman, Verizon’s general counsel, told reporters at a Verizon-sponsored event in Washington, DC ...

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Xiaomi enters laptop market with Mi Notebook Air

The Mi Notebook Air is Xiaomi’s first laptop. A quick Google search for “Xiaomi” and “Apple” gives a hint at how the Chinese manufacturer is perceived compared to the U.S. tech giant: “Xiaomi Apple clone,” “Xiaomi Apple copycat,” and “Xiaomi Apple ripoff” are related searches that are suggested for users ...

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Amazon shows its first games integrated with Twitch

Amazon Game Studios this week showed off the first games that will be integrated with live-streaming site Twitch, which Amazon acquired for over $1 billion in 2014.  The new games will run on Lumberyard, the game engine powered by Amazon Web Services, that debuted earlier this year. These integrations will allow gamers ...

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