YouTube is looking to acquire Twitch.TV for $1 billion according to Vanity sources. The deal will be an all-cash $1 billion offer, the biggest for YouTube since its own acquisition in 2006 from Google, for $1.65 billion. Twitch.TV is primarily known for its pro-player video gaming content. ...

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HTC has been pretty active when it comes to new colors for their smartphones, the original HTC One started with silver and black, but then we got blue and blue. This year, we got three colors at launch, silver, black and gold. It looks like the next ...

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Google has been thinking about dropping the Nexus program for a while now, and even though some Chromium code hinted at the Nexus 6 and Nexus 8 coming this year, new information from @evleaks says the phone will not be coming and Android Silver will be ...

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At first, we thought this was an event about a new Galaxy Premier spelt a little differently, but the event clearly shows Samsung is preparing a new line of colorful AMOLED tablets, to be released at New York's Madison Square Garden on June 10. It is a ...

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The HTC One Mini 2 might not be the easiest name to chug down, but it certainly gets the message across, this is the second iteration of the One Mini series and looks like another mid-range smartphone for HTC. Once again, we get the same design on ...

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LG could have a big shot this year in the mobile market, for two years they have been growing their smartphone business, along with Sony who have projected fifty million smartphones sales in 2014. The LG G3 looks to be the catalyst for a good year, looking ...

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Online security is of paramount importance to companies in the modern business world. Companies use their websites to offer vital services and to deliver the latest information. If these are compromised, it could cause financial and reputational damage, as well as a loss of customers or ...

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Google Glass is still in beta and it looks like Mountain View will drag the beta program out until Google I/O in late-June, before revealing the finalised version of the augmented reality headset, a cheaper version for consumers. In the hope of grabbing more candidates for the ...

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