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The technology industry needs to think more seriously about device addiction

[ad_1] Mobile programmers have the ability to build software that provides deep layers of penetration to the end user through sophisticated targeted notifications. Consumers with their chosen apps, have hundreds of notifications turned on and thus are brought back to their phones at an alarming...

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Apple has a history of choosing cash over startups

[ad_1] Apple has more cash than any other technology company on the planet. Yet, to date, that hasn’t translated into spending on acquisitions. Over the past five years, Apple has spent the least on M&A out of all the “Big Five” most valuable U.S. technology companies,...

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Welcome to CTRL+T, TechCrunch’s podcast about tech and culture

[ad_1] Without further ado, it brings us great pleasure to introduce you to CTRL+T, a new podcast hosted by TechCrunch Reporter Megan Rose Dickey and Editorial Director Henry Pickavet. On this week’s episode, we discuss former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya’s declaration that the social network is...

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Net neutrality isn’t dead for these internet service providers

[ad_1] The government didn't completely kill net neutrality, as long as companies that offer our internet access enforce its principles.  Some probably won't. Comcast, America's most-hated company, has hinted at creating "fast lanes" where internet companies would have to pay for better access to the network.  But...

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Genalyte hires Facebook and Google exec Kevin Lo as company president

[ad_1] Khosla-backed one drop blood test startup Genalyte has hired former Facebook exec Kevin Lo as president of the company. Lo comes to Genalyte after leading “connectivity efforts” at Facebook “for the four billion people not online, and the 1.5B under-served who use the Internet at...

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