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Xbox One: Microsoft offers more details ahead of launch
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Hayley Tsukayama
The console, touted as an all-in-one entertainment device, is set to hit store shelves Nov. 22.
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Childhood home of Steve Jobs gets 'historic' label
The Silicon Valley home where Apple co-founder Steve Jobs grew up and built some of his first computers is now on the Los Altos, Calif., list of historic properties.
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ShopSavvy review: A deal hunter’s secret weapon
Hayley Tsukayama
This app, primarily for scanning bar codes, has an extensive database of prices and sales, plus map features.
Stack Rabbit review: Playing games to pocket veggies
Hayley Tsukayama
Ben the Bunny must collect enough food to feed his nieces and nephews while avoiding an angry dog.
The Winklevoss bitcoin investment pays off
Timothy B. Lee
In April, the Winklevoss brothers said they had $11 million in bitcoins. Since then, bitcoin’s price has almost tripled.
The New York Times endorsed a secretive trade agreement that the public can’t read.
Andrea Peterson
Whose down with TPP? The New York Times.
Will prescription lenses change how society reacts to Google Glass?
Andrea Peterson
Adding in a necessary component could change the legal and social implications of this wearable computing technology.
The Bitcoin ‘bubble’ in one FAQ
Timothy B. Lee
Is today’s Bitcoin price of more than $300 a bubble? This FAQ considers the arguments on both sides
The Internet has killed (satirical) print journalism
Andrea Peterson
The Onion goes all digital. Washington Post continues to distribute news printed on dead trees.
Air bags for cyclists, the outspoken alarm clock and more
Matt McFarland
FREAK-FILLED FRIDAY | The latest new and odd news including air bags for bikes and a bus you control.
Patent trolls get the spotlight
Dominic Basulto
With tablet and smartphone sales slowing down in the United States, tech companies see a chance to make money off patents.
Best comments of the past 24 hours
Matt McFarland
Friday’s edition includes Ken Cuccinelli, Rachel Maddow and what it’s like to renew a friendship after terminal cancer arrives.
The Switchboard: Twitter stock price up over 70% on first day of trading
Andrea Peterson
Twitter’s IPO, the legality of CIA payments to AT&T, and Tesla on fire -- not in a good way.
Twitter ends trading debut at $44.90 per share
Hayley Tsukayama and Dina ElBoghdady
All eyes are on the New York Stock Exchange after the social media firm debuts as a public company.
No, Bitcoin isn’t broken
Timothy B. Lee
Two Cornell researchers say Bitcoin is fundamentally broken. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Amazon to bookstores: Help us make you irrelevant
Andrea Peterson
Amazon wants to get independent bookstores to stock their e-readers and tablets. That seems like a hard sell.
The Army’s cyber command facility with a Star Trek-inspired showroom may be falling apart
Andrea Peterson
Army Cyber Command’s Star Trek-based “Information Dominance Center” is at Fort Belvoir -- a report says current facilities are in “poor condition.“
Report: CIA paid AT&T $10 million a year for metadata
Brian Fung
The CIA doesn’t appear to have broken any surveillance rules. But the deal certainly falls into a legal gray area.
Twitter will need to be insanely profitable just to hit its valuation
Brian Fung
Twitter will need double-digit growth rates for a decade to meet investors’ expectations.
Boiling down Twitter’s brilliance
Matt McFarland
Twitter has never turned a profit, but is worth billions. Here’s why not to scoff at the company’s value.
Engage! Captain Picard helps Twitter get started on the stock exchange
Andrea Peterson
Make it so.
Dark matter: Why you should care
Dominic Basulto
The next frontier in science is finding something that we know exists, but can’t see, smell or touch. That’s dark matter.
How we protect ourselves from the NSA
Timothy B. Lee
Users say they spend less time on Gmail, use more encryption software, and much more.
Best comments of the past 24 hours
Matt McFarland
Thursday’s edition includes includes Ken Cuccinelli, drama after a parent’s death, and commentary on the hair of New York’s first family.
Switchboard: Silk Road is back
Brian Fung
The CIA pays AT&T for phone records, a patent troll is dealt another blow, and other top tech stories of the last 24 hours.
New FCC chief gets to work in a familiar place
Cecilia Kang
Tom Wheeler, well known at the agency because of years as a lobbyist, is weathering criticism.
Audi of America
Diesel technology and fuel have gone through transformations that make them cleaner than gas.
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