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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Facebook on Wednesday said that a robust growth in its mobile advertising business drove a 60 percent increase in revenue for the third quarter, which ended September 30, 2013.
Adobe says at least 38 million users' accounts were compromised in a cyber security breach earlier this year. Earlier this month, the company said fewer than 3 million users had been affected.
Sprint demonstrated live today 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) over-the-air speed at its lab near Silicon Valley, Calif. This is about 16 times faster than its current peak speeds and rivaling the fastest wireline speeds.
Sony has just released a long FAQ for the upcoming PS4, covering almost any of your questions about the new device.
Mozilla and the Xiph.Org Foundation have been developing Daala, a new video compression technology that they claim it will be superior to H.265, H.264's successor.
Alliance Storage Technologies, Inc. (ASTI) has completed the transition of Verbatim's UDO (Ultra Density Optical) media distribution channel to its worldwide distribution network is now complete.
Chipmaker Intel seems to recoonsider its television service and is reportedly in talks with Verizon Communications to take over the business. The company also today announced the availability of its 4G LTE solution - the Intel XMM 7160 platform.
Previously available just for brands and businesses, custom URLs will now be an option for all Google+ users.
"Titanfall" will be exclusive to Microsoft platforms for ever rather than for a six-month or one-year period.
Apple has been informing owners of the iPhone 5s because of a manufacturing issue that could result in reduced battery life.
Intel will make the first 64-bit quad-core chips for Altera, which uses technology from rival chip designer ARM.
ZTE today revealed the ZTE Blade Q range following its previous Blade products in Europe.
Barnes & Noble is releasing a new Nook e-book reader for the holidays, while it evaluates the future of tablet computers. The company is also selling its year-old Nook tablets at a big discount.
SK hynix, the world's second-biggest memory chipmaker, said Wednesday it has developed an advanced chip that boasts 6-gigabit capacity with Low Power DDR3.
Nintendo reported a loss in the latest quarter as sales of its Wii U game console remained weak and consumers shift to gaming on smartphones and tablets.
Lenovo today offically debuted its first multimode Yoga Tablet at a livestream launch event with Ashton Kutcher, the company's newest product engineer.
Apple's ultra-thin iPad Air on Tuesday received positive reviews around the web mainly for its improvements compared to the previous iPad, although it remains more expensive than the compatition.

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