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L.A. Times Tech BlogApple and Android are taking over. Pushing aside once-dominant players Nokia Corp. and BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion Ltd., Google Inc.'s Android and Apple Inc. devices now account for 62% of smartphones sold worldwide, nearly doubling the 32%...
L.A. Times Tech BlogAs part of its effort to capitalize on its exploding popularity, Facebook Inc. unveiled its new location service called Places at a company event in Palo Alto on Wednesday. The service, in the works for months, could eventually deliver a windfall in...
L.A. Times Tech BlogWatch out dumb phones, the smartphones are piling on. The global sale of smartphones during the third quarter nearly doubled over the same period last year, to 80 million, said research firm Gartner Inc. in a report Wednesday. Smartphones comprised......
L.A. Times Tech BlogIf your account was one of the 77 million on Sony's PlayStation Network or Qriocity online music service, there's no reason to panic. Security experts say that while the scope of the breach was among the largest in history, the resulting financial...
L.A. Times Tech BlogSony said PlayStation Network users' credit card data was encrypted, but not their personal and contact information....
L.A. Times Tech BlogGartner Inc. on Wednesday predicted that mobile application revenue will nearly triple in 2011, to $15.1 billion, from $5.2 billion last year. That will come from 18 billion downloads of the programs that run on a growing variety of smart......
L.A. Times Tech BlogApple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said during a press conference at its headquarters Friday that rival smart phones also have reception problems. Credit: Kimberly White / Reuters The biggest smart phone makers -- Research in Motion, HTC, Nokia,...
L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle unveiled a voice recognition feature Thursday for the latest Android phones. Google hopes the new feature will fuel sales of Android phones, which already are soaring in popularity in the United States, surpassing Apple’s iPhone. Android phones...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- With the intense -- some would say obsessive -- scrutiny of Steve Jobs and his health, what is sometimes overlooked is the company he founded and built: Apple Inc. After taking a six-month medical leave that involved a liver transplant,...
KTLA NewsSAN FRANCISCO -- Microsoft Corp. has finally roped Yahoo Inc. into an Internet search partnership, capping a convoluted pursuit that dragged on for years and setting the stage for them to make a joint assault against the dominance of Google Inc. The 10-...
Tribune staff reporterIn a deal that values social networking Web site Facebook.com at an extraordinary $15 billion, Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday said it agreed to invest $240 million in the site as part of an expansion of their advertising ties. The agreement allows...
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