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Aiming for more retail deals, Square adds partnerships VP

Square adds partnerships VP New Square Vice President of Partnerships Alex Petrov. For a mobile payments platform whose future success is tied to its ability to be accepted by as many retailers as possible, a company like Square has to have someone leading the charge toward such deals. That’s why Square — the San Francisco startup founded by Twitter co-founder …

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The Bureau: XCOM Declassified to come out in August

The Bureau: XCOM 2K Games has finally unveiled the first action game set in the XCOM universe. The Bureau: XCOM Declassified will hit store shelves on August 23 and will be available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. 2K Games has also released a trailer for the game: The game will tell us all about the origin of …

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Xbox One in the living room: The dazzling, erratic everything box

Stroll into your lounge, say “Xbox on,” and your Xbox One, TV, and sound bar mechanically energy on. Sit down and say “Xbox Watch ESPN and the cable field automatically turns to ESPN and fill the television monitor. It feels futuristic, but in a retro approach. it’s the roughly factor someone in a Disney “residence of the long run” show …

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Home of tomorrow: Flying robots, 3D-printed food, ‘living’ air filters

The Mob cleansing system gained first situation. The CNET appliances team will get to check all kinds of household items with evolved functionality, but it certain is enjoyable to imagine what sensible home home equipment might appear to be within the more far away future. Which is why I like the Electrolux Design Lab competitors? This annual experience permits design …

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Microsoft gets upper hand in first Google patent trial

Microsoft gets upper hand Microsoft has come out on top in the first of two patent trials versus Google’s Motorola Mobility unit on Thursday, as a federal judge in Seattle ruled largely in its favor. U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle said Microsoft owed only a fraction of the royalties Motorola had claimed for use of its technology in …

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