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Ex-BlackBerry CEO Heins Now Helms Powermat By Clip Syndicate BlackBerry's comeback tour last year ended in disappointment. Ex-BlackBerry's CEO Thorsten Heins was ousted last November, replaced by current CEO John Chen, who has shifted the company's focus toward business software and security. While BlackBerry smartphones remain in the mix, they're no longer the priority. Heins, however, has re-emerged. This week, he was named CEO of wireless-charging company Powermat.

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'Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games' is a Bloody New Game for Your Commute By Clip Syndicate Metro Trains is at it again with Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games , a sequel to the smartphone and tablet game based on the now viral Australian train safety public service announcement . The game, which hit the iTunes store on Tuesday, will allow players to save a whole new cast of dumb characters from impending death, as they compete in 28 mini-games, such as the Electric Fence Hurdle and Landmine Curling. ...Read More »
Apple Is Planning to Automatically Install Beats Music Onto Every iPhone In 2015 By Clip Syndicate It looks like Beats Music is about to make one hell of a comeback in 2015, whether people want it or not. According to Financial Times, Apple is planning to automatically install the music streaming service onto every iPhone in 2015 and moving forward. A few months back there were rumors that Apple planned to shut down the streaming service altogether, though they were ultimately denied while the company kept quiet about the real plans for the service. ...Read More »
Obama Literally Runs Back Into the White House because He Forgot His BlackBerry By Clip Syndicate President Barack Obama left the White House on Friday morning, bound for Las Vegas, and nearly left behind the thing he cares about most — Kevin! No, the president nearly forgot his BlackBerry. The president boarded Marine One on the South Lawn around 10:30 a.m. when he suddenly realized he'd forgotten his super-secure, NSA-developed smartphone. "I forgot something," Obama told White House reporters who had gathered to see him off. ...Read More »
Consumer Reports ranks cell phone services By Clip Syndicate We love our cell phones, but we're not wild about the service. In fact, cell phone service gets lower scores than most of the services consumer reports rates. Consumer Reports just released its latest ratings of cell phone companies based on a survey of 63,000 of its subscribers in 26 cities. ...Read More »
As Apple Pursues Sapphire, Corning Says It Made Even Tougher Gorilla Glass By Clip Syndicate Corning, whose Gorilla Glass is used iPhone displays, said it has developed a new version of the super-hard glass that aims to address broken or shattered screens from everyday drops. The new version of Gorilla Glass comes as Apple’s attempts to use sapphire in its iPhone screens have hit an impasse with the bankruptcy of its one-time sapphire partner GT Advanced Technologies. ...Read More »
More texting means more health problems By Clip Syndicate Medical problems of the digital era are on the rise as people young and old glue themselves to their cellphones. ...Read More »
Sony Targets Stronger Entertainment Revenue Growth to Help Restructuring By Clip Syndicate Sony aims to lift its movie entertainment revenues by more than a third in the next three years, its chief executive said on Tuesday as the loss-making consumer electronics firm tries to counter flagging smartphones sales. CEO Kazuo Hirai has been under pressure to show the entertainment business can be a strong contributor to revenue after rejecting last year a proposal by U.S. hedge fund Third Point to spin off the segment. ...Read More »
AT&T Enters Legal Fray Over Location Data By Clip Syndicate ATT Inc. said federal investigators might need a warrant to gather data about cellphone users’ locations, challenging the more permissive legal framework the government has used for years. Investigators must get permission from a judge before obtaining location data from a carrier like ATT. But the standard of proof is lower than what is required for a warrant, thanks to Supreme Court decisions in the 1970s. ...Read More »
150 Cars Snowbound in Early Winter Storm By Clip Syndicate A state official says about 150 vehicles were stranded on a four-mile section of the New York State Thruway because of lake-effect snow, but all the passenger cars are expected to be freed by 10 p.m. Tuesday. Dan Weiller of the Thruway Authority says many vehicles have been removed but he was unable to give exact numbers. The coach of the Niagara University women's basketball team said by cellphone at 6 p.m. Tuesday that the team's bus had been stuck on the Thruway since 1 a.m.

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