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HTC loses its second chief designer in less than a year

Vlad Savov March 27, 2015 01:31 am03.27.2015 43

Just 11 months after HTC's longtime chief of design, Scott Croyle, was revealed to be leaving the company, one of his former allies who stepped in to fill the void has also departed. HTC has confirmed that...

HTC has a new person in charge of smartphone design to go with its new CEO

As Twitter launches Periscope, Meerkat announces $14 million in funding

Ben Popper March 26, 2015 10:51 am03.26.2015 9

This morning saw dueling announcements in the world of live-streaming apps. Twitter finally pushed Periscope to the public, and Meerkat announced it had raised a pile of cash with strong connections to...

Meerkat cuddles up to Hollywood

Exclusive: Amazon makes even temporary warehouse workers sign 18-month non-competes

Spencer Woodman March 26, 2015 11:44 am03.26.2015 217

Contract says it can limit jobs across the globe

Once you're in, Amazon makes it hard to leave

Facebook's Messenger platform will let you download apps, message businesses

Kwame Opam March 25, 2015 01:25 pm03.25.2015 40

During his F8, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the next phase in Facebook Messenger: Messenger Platform. According to Zuckerberg, the app is now an ecosystem that can now be used to create and share content in...

Making content in Messenger

The last Japanese company has left London's iconic Piccadilly Circus billboards

Sam Byford March 25, 2015 04:10 am03.25.2015 13

TDK is no longer advertising on the giant video screens that overlook London's Piccadilly Circus, forming one of the most iconic sights in the UK's capital city. The move means that Japan now has no...

"We will continue to paint a bright future with our technologies." TDK, via billboard

RadioShack is selling tens of millions of email and home addresses

Jacob Kastrenakes March 24, 2015 06:27 pm03.24.2015 29

Among the locations, trademarks, overpriced cables, and other assets that RadioShack is selling off as part of its bankruptcy filing are tens of millions of email addresses, home addresses, and customer...

Legal challenges could block the data sale

Amazon says the FAA is so slow, the delivery drone it approved is already obsolete

Ben Popper March 24, 2015 02:41 pm03.24.2015 56

Last week the Federal Aviation Administration finally gave Amazon permission to begin test flying its delivery drones outdoors. But in testimony before a Senate subcommittee today, Amazon argued that the...

The US is falling far behind Europe on commercial drone research

Exclusive: Amazon makes even temporary warehouse workers sign 18-month non-competes

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You can now try streaming service Vessel free for a year

Casey Newton March 24, 2015 03:00 am03.24.2015 13

Late last year, former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar showed off Vessel, a premium streaming service aimed at building new businesses for YouTube stars and other popular video creators. For $2.99 a month, Vessel...

From the makers of Hulu

The Ultra Music Festival will be broadcast live on Twitch

Ben Popper March 23, 2015 12:05 pm03.23.2015 11

The Ultra Music Festival is one of the biggest events on the North American EDM circuit, featuring acts like AfroJack, David Guetta, and Tiesto. Last year it was streamed live on YouTube, but today Ultra...

Finding your EDM fix on Twitch

Square rolls out its Square Cash payment service to businesses

Ben Popper March 23, 2015 10:14 am03.23.2015 8

Back in October of 2013, Square introduced Square Cash with the promise that it would make exchanging money between friends as easy as sending an email. The service proved popular, with around $1 billion...

Just cash.me bro

Google is making TV commercials more like internet ads

Dante D'Orazio March 22, 2015 11:46 am03.22.2015 41

It looks like Google wants to bring TV ads into the 21st century. The company has quietly announced a new local advertising service for Google Fiber that will make TV ads behave a lot more like internet...

Google Fiber as a testing ground for the future of TV ads

Music labels are reportedly pressuring Spotify to limit free streaming

Dante D'Orazio March 21, 2015 06:14 pm03.21.2015 104

It's no secret that the digital age hasn't been kind to the music industry. Streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, and Pandora have buoyed a long-declining market with the support of eager music labels,...

Universal hopes to use contract negotiations to cut back free streaming
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