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Friday, May 02, 2014
Apple acquired LuxVue Technology, a start-up that makes screens displays using the micro-LED technology.
Comcast may soon allow owners of its X1 cable box system buy games from Electronic Arts through their televisions, According to a report.
The EFF has launched a new extension for Firefox and Chrome called Privacy Badger, which automatically detects and blocks spying ads around the Web, and the invisible trackers that feed information to them.
The first rumors of a new Nintendo console have appeared online but Nintendo has denied them.
LG's successor to the G2 will be officially unveiled later this month (May 27) and the first leaking photos of the device have appeared online.
On Friday, to kick-off Techweek Miami 2014, Microsoft formally announced plans to open the first U.S.-based Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) in Miami.
Samsung Electronics will hold a press event in San Francisco on May 28 event in San Francisco, at which the company is expected to expand its health-related offerings -- just one week before Apple is expected to launch a health-related mobile app.
Nvidia is shipping the Jetson TK1 development kit, a supercomputer for developing embedded applications and devices.
Major U.S. technology companies have ended the practice of quietly complying with investigators' demands for e-mail records and other online data, saying that users have a right to know in advance when their information is targeted for government seizure.
Consumer rights class-action law firm Hagens Berman has filed an antitrust class-action lawsuit against Google claiming the search engine giant "illegally monopolized, and financially and creatively stagnated the American market of internet and mobile search."
Sony has entered an agreement with Japan Industrial Partners Inc. to sell Sony's Vaio brand PC business to JIP's special purpose company.

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