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LG G Watch – the first Android Wear device to hit the market

LG G Watch – the first Android Wear device to hit the market

LG's new G Watch is the first of new-generation smartwatches running Google's new wearable devices-centric software - Android Wear - to hit the market.

Microsoft’s Executive VP Stephen Elop details the company’s overall strategy

Microsoft’s Executive VP Stephen Elop details the company’s overall strategy

With Microsoft having recently announced record-setting layoffs of 18,000 employees over the next one year, the company's overall strategy has been detailed by its Executive VP Stephen Elop, who was the CEO of Nokia before it acquisition by Microsoft.

Pennsylvania Turnpike speed limit being increased to 70mph

Pennsylvania Turnpike speed limit being increased to 70mph

The Turnpike Commission said in a Friday statement that the speed limit for the 100-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike is being increased.

Samsung signs deal with Amazon.in to sell Galaxy K Zoom handset in India

Samsung signs deal with Amazon.in to sell Galaxy K Zoom handset in India

South Korean device manufacturer Samsung has signed an exclusivity deal with online retail giant Amazon, for the sale its latest Galaxy K Zoom handset in India.

iFixit teardown shows LG G Watch has a surprisingly simple design

iFixit teardown shows LG G Watch has a surprisingly simple design

With the LG G Watch smartwatch scheduled to hit the markets on July 11, a recent teardown of the wearable device by the iFixit team has revealed that the G Watch has a surprisingly simple design.

GE unveils smart LED light bulb – ‘Link’

GE unveils smart LED light bulb – ‘Link’

A brand-new LED light bulb - called `Link' - has recently been unveiled by GE. The bulb, which GE has produced in collaboration with New York-based startup Quirky, enables the users to connect to the Web minutes after it has been inserted into an available socket.

HP close to settle disputes with shareholders over Autonomy deal

HP close to settle disputes with shareholders over Autonomy deal

Computer giant Hewlett-Packard Co (HP) is reportedly close to settle its disputes shareholders over its troubled acquisition of British software firm Autonomy Corp.

Barnes & Noble to spin off its Nook business

Barnes & Noble to spin off its Nook business

Barnes & Noble on Wednesday announced its decision to spin off Nook e-reader division, which has been suffering a decline in sales for a long time.

Google announces a slew of new apps for Glass

Google announces a slew of new apps for Glass

Tech giant Google Inc on Tuesday announced the availability of a slew of new app for its high-tech $1,500 computerized eyewear, called Google Glass.

The Mountain View, California-based company announced that it has created a total of 11 new apps for Google Glass, including Runtastic, Zombies Run, Shazam, 94Fifty Basketball, Duolingo, and Livestream.

Ringly – a new line of technology-enabled rings

Ringly – a new line of technology-enabled rings

A new line of technology-enabled rings called 'Ringly' was recently launched by the company of the same name. Ringly is a buzzing, bejeweled ring which alerts women to emails or text messages when their handsets are in their purses.

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