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News Scan: VC investments at 14-year high thanks to tech; The 9-5 life isn't for Millennials; More

and flexible schedules, and companies with a great story to tell and a mission that they can contribute to. ...

News Scan: BES 10 heads to the cloud; Apple posts record iPhone sales; more

year, Wireless Week reports. At the same time, iPad sales disappointed. Apple reported 13.3 million ...

This week's 5 hot new apps: Google and Amazon want your mobile wallet; It's your Anniversary; more

shows. As a newcomer, expect more features to come. Everyone loves a good David and Goliath story ...

News Scan: Yahoo buys mobile analytics firm Flurry; Google Now beats Siri in search accuracy; more

work-from-home, Yahoo wants to be mobile-first firm] >> Google Now beats Apple's Siri in mobile search accuracy Google Now performed better than Apple's Siri in terms of search accuracy, according to a study by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster cited by AppleInsider. Google Now answered questions ...

'I want my BlackBerry back'; Google updates mobile font family;

Will Messaging Apps Be Gaming Hubs in the U.S.? (Re/code) Social Scan: Fund managers unconvinced by Apple rebound ...

Enterprises get ready: Here comes Apple's 'iTime'

according to an  article  from AppleInsider. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the patent to Apple Tuesday for a wrist-worn device with augmented strap functions, support for arm and wrist gestures ...

Backdoors in iPhones could give NSA, hackers access to sensitive data, says researcher

and the user's photo albums, the report relates. Other services that dish out data are com.apple ...

Release date for 12-inch Retina MacBook Air 'pushed back'

the mechanical button found in current MacBook models. The last time that Apple made a major tweak to its MacBook ...

Millennials break BYOD rules most often, but for good reason

Related Articles: Google, Apple fight for enterprise mobility dominance while Microsoft, BlackBerry lurk ...

News Scan: Facebook gets a Buy button; Wall Street expects good things from Apple; more

Street analysts expect good things from Apple this quarter A number of Wall Street analysts are expecting Apple to beat the Wall Street consensus this quarter when it releases its results on Tuesday, according to a report by AppleInsider. Wall Street is more interested about its fall results when new iPhones and iPads, ...