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  1. Machine Learning: LG’s Snappy G3 Phone Is Poised to Test Rivals
    The many enhancements of the new device could help LG, not widely thought of in the U.S. as a maker of high-end smartphones, challenge its rivals.

  2. Can Reddit Grow Up?
    Efforts by the freewheeling online community to monetize without driving away its 114 million monthly users will require appealing to advertisers without sacrificing values like personal data privacy.

  3. Bits Blog: Challenges for Amazon’s Cloud Computing Hopes
    Amazon Web Services, the company’s Internet computing service, declined in quarterly revenue. The company blamed competition from Google, but there may be more to the story.

  4. Bits Blog: How to Charge Your Phone in 15 Minutes
    The Unu Ultrapak is the fastest-charging battery pack on the market, effectively letting you charge up your phone in 15 minutes.
  5. Bits Blog: When Digital Art Is Suitable for Framing
    New screens offer a chance to showcase an image (and a growing community of artists).

  6. Bits Blog: Bill to Legalize Unlocking Cellphones Passes Congress
    On Friday, the House of Representatives passed a bill that will make it legal for consumers to open the digital locks on their cellphones so that they can more easily switch wireless carriers.

  7. Economic View: Hold the Phone: A Big-Data Conundrum
    Why does my phone seem to slow down when a new one is introduced? The data show correlations, not conclusions.

  8. Business Briefing: Bose Sues Beats Electronics Over Patents
    Bose said Beats infringed upon five of its patents in some of its headphones and was seeking unspecified damages.

  9. Sorted Food, a Cooking Channel, Is a YouTube Hit
    Recipe exchanges in a British pub have expanded into one of the most popular cooking channels on YouTube.

  10. Bits Blog: Is Moore’s Law Less Important to the Tech Industry?
    A tenet that chip capacity periodically doubles became a way of organizing an industry. But what happens when computing strength matters less to a company, thanks to cloud computing?

  11. Technology: Garmin HUD+ Review
    The Garmin HUD+ projects information drivers can see while looking through the windshield. The technology lets drivers get vital information without taking their eyes off the road.

  12. The Emoji Have Won the Battle of Words
    Emoji begin to dominate the conversation.

  13. Bits Blog: The Pirate Bay Goes Mobile With New Site
    The new site offers a practically limitless list of links to material from one of the web ’s most popular sites on the web for illegally downloading copyrighted content.

  14. Bits Blog: The Next Big Thing in Hardware: Smart Garbage
    The old gadgets are piling up. Is there a way to deal with the formerly shiny new things being dumped in the back of closets?

  15. Vodafone Revenue Falls but Company Sees Improvement in Europe
    The telecom giant’s chief said many of its European markets had started to show signs of recovery, particularly as mobile streaming has increased.

  16. Q&A: A Mac That Keeps Working, Even in Sleep Mode
    Plus, how to multitask with Windows 8.1.

  17. Text and Ride in India
    In a country with heavy traffic congestion and poor public transportation, companies are finding new ways to better connect drivers and passengers.

  18. Machine Learning: LG's Smartwatch Shows Android Wear Operating System Has a Long Way to Go
    Google's operating system for wearable devices has some promising features, but they’re not ready yet.

  19. Senator’s Bill Is Stricter on N.S.A. Than House’s
    Senator Patrick J. Leahy said he would file a new version of a bill to end the National Security Agency’s program to collect bulk phone records.
  20. Amazon’s Ambitious Bets Pile Up, and Its Losses Swell
    The company continues to reinvest aggressively in its business, to the chagrin of investors hoping to see signs of profit.

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