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Facebook Buying WhatsApp For $19B, Will Keep The Messaging Service Independent

Facebook is purchasing messaging giant WhatsApp for $16 billion in cash and stock, according to a regulatory filing. The deal is being cut for $12 billion in Facebook shares, $4 billion in cash and an additional $3 billion in RSUs for employee retention. A termination fee is attached to the deal that would cost Facebook Read More

Google Wants To Build The Ultimate Personal Assistant

Google Search is changing rapidly. Given the company’s love of small, rapid-fire updates, its sometimes hard to keep track of where the company is going, but earlier this month, at the LeWeb conference in Paris, Google Engineering Director Scott Huffman presented a pretty compelling overview of the direction Google is taking in search. Here’s the Read More

Samsung to showcase new smart TV in January with improved voice interaction and motion control

Samsung’s smart TVs are getting smarter next year. The Korean company announced today that it will showcase its 2014 Smart TV at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, which features improved voice interaction capability by focusing on the most frequently-used functions and taking usage patterns into consideration. Users can change their TV channel in one Read More

LG Adjusts Google Nexus 5 Production to Fix Speaker and Button Issues

For the most part, the Google Nexus 5 is an utterly fantastic device—and an even better value. The device delivers top tier specs, as well as the latest and greatest in Android, all in a slim and attractive package. While the Nexus 5 is largely a success, not everything is perfect with the device. At Read More

Technology in 2014: What to Expect

It has been quite the year for technology in 2013. Wearable tech became a regular topic of conversation after Google released its beta version of Glass. Meanwhile, Apple unveiled the iPhone 5S and 5C, as well as the iPad Air, but didn’t launch any new product categories. And Amazon may have sparked one of the Read More