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Report: Beats Music Will Fold Into iTunes As Music Sales Plummet

The Wall Street Journal reports digital music sales in Apple’s iTunes will be down 13 to 14 percent in 2014. That’s a huge hit to the recording industry’s brightest spot.Read more… 10 more words

Deepak Verma

What's up with Engadget Expand?

We’re just two weeks away from our free Engadget Expand event, taking place at New York City’s Javits Center on November 7th and 8th and there’s still so much to tell you about. 26 more words

Deepak Verma

Hackers Are Exploiting Microsoft PowerPoint to Hijack Computers

Hackers are exploiting a security flaw in Microsoft Office by using PowerPoint to attack Windows users and gain control of computer systems.
Microsoft, in a security advisory on its website, says there have been “limited, targeted attacks” against users through Microsoft PowerPoint. 13 more words

Deepak Verma

Yep, Apple Will Shut Down Beats Music App And Roll It Into iTunes

Last month I reported that Apple would shut down Beats Music and likely add streaming music to iTunes. Apple denied, specifically, that Beats Music would be shut down. 31 more words

Deepak Verma

Ottawa Gunman Wanted Jail to Cure His Crack Addiction, Turned to Robbery

TORONTO — The gunman who killed a Canadian soldier at Ottawa’s National War Memorial, and was later shot dead, attempted to rob a McDonald’s restaurant nearly three years ago in hopes that he would go to jail. 24 more words

Deepak Verma

Smart Homes of the Future Will Know Us by Our Heartbeats

Kevin Foreman believes that homes will soon become intelligent enough to distinguish between family members and guests within physical spaces and adapt to individual needs based on biometrics like fingerprints, body temperatures and even the rhythm of our own heartbeats. 38 more words

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Restaurant Customers want to use Technology to Pay Their Bills

A study just released by Cornell University shows that restaurant guests are ready and willing to use smartphones and tablets to pay their bill. The study included 1,300 consumers in the U.S. 544 more words

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