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Twitter Wants To Belong to Your Apps

Twitter Wants To Belong to Your Apps
At its Flight mobile developer conference in San Francisco this week, Twitter took the wraps off a platform called Fabric that provides a path for Twitter to become part of a universe of mobile apps.
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Yahoo CEO Defends Her Strategy
Signaling her reign has reached a pivotal juncture, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is trying to convince restless shareholders that the long-struggling Internet company is heading in the right direction.
Amicable Split with Oppressive Apple
Apple has reportedly agreed to an "amicable" split with GT Advanced Technologies, a sapphire glass supplier that abruptly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this month.
Microsoft Drops Nokia, Keeps Lumia
That didn’t take long. After acquiring Nokia’s phone business for $7.5 billion earlier this year, Microsoft is finally rebranding the product -- slightly -- from Nokia Lumia to Microsoft Lumia.
Obscure Case May Out Apple Secrets
The bankruptcy of troubled key Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies may shine a bright light on sensitive business details the technology giant fights to keep out of the public eye.
Apple Offers Major Upgrade with iOS 8.1
Adds Apple Pay, Continuity, bug fixes.
Austin Third Market for Google Fiber
Offers speeds of 1 Gb per second.
Is It a Watch? A Phone? No, It's a Puls
Will.i.am unveils a new wearable.
Intel Earnings Show Healthy PC Sales
Barometer of overall industry's health.
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