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Apple CEO Tim Cook will give the commencement address at George Washington University’s graduation ceremony in May. Cook will receive an honorary degree during the event.
Google announced on Wednesday that it has expanded the amount of available storage for its Google Play Music service. Users will now be allowed to store up to 50,000 songs in the cloud at no cost.
If you’re looking for a little more free cloud storage, Microsoft has a great offer. They’ll give you 100GB of OneDrive cloud storage free for two years, and all you have to do is join the company’s Bing Rewards program.
Samsung has announced its plans to acquire Apple Pay competitor LoopPay. The two companies discussed a partnership as far back as December.
Mattel’s popular Barbie doll will be getting a 21st century makeover, with the addition of Wi-Fi connectivity that will turn her into a Siri-like Internet connected playmate.
Google’s Project Zero security team has announced some changes to its bug disclosure policy, extending a 14-day grace period, and excluding weekends and public holidays from the count, to provide more time for tech companies to address security vulnerabilities found by the Google team.
If you check your security settings on your Google accounts, the company will give you 2GB of free extra storage in your Google Drive. Not bad for a few minutes of your time.
Corning Glass on Friday unveiled their new “Project Phire” material, which it says combines the strength of its existing Gorilla Glass, while offering the scratch-resistance of sapphire.
Verizon announced on Wednesday that it is planning on dropping the price of most of its “MORE Everything” data plans by $10 per month. Verizon’s move comes in the face of an increasingly competitive wireless market.
FCC Chairman Wheeler Wants to Reclassify Internet Access as a Utility – Will Also Apply to Cellular Providers
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced today that he wants the FCC to reclassify Internet providers as utility providers under the FCC’s Title II authority. In a surprise move, he also announced the new rules will also apply to cellular data providers.
Sapphire glass may finally be ready to go toe-to-toe with traditional strengthened glass, as a new production method for sapphire is said to lower its reflectivity significantly.
Streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Hulu appear to be the culprit, as traditional live television viewing numbers saw more than a 12 percent year-over-year drop in January.
This weekend saw thousands of folks responding to a casting call for extras for scenes to be filmed at the Cupertino, Calif. Flint Center where Jobs debuted the original Macintosh in 1984.
As tech retailer RadioShack put its ducks in a row for bankruptcy proceedings, a new report claims online mega-retailer Amazon may be interested in buying some of the Shack’s retail locations.
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is expected to propose this week that the agency reclassify Internet access as a telecommunications utility.