Brian Molidor

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Apple might start bringing more of its apps over to Android

It wasn’t all that surprising to see Apple Music launch on Android, despite Apple’s aversion to releasing its software on other platforms, because there’s...
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Taylor Swift is getting her own mobile game

If you thought that Kim Kardashian mobile game was popular, wait until the Taylor Swift mobile game comes out. Glu Mobile, the company behind...
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Yahoo plans to cut its workforce by about 15% by the end of the year

Marissa Mayer has already written a kill list for Yahoo’s employees, and now it’s time for the CEO to start killing off the people who’re...
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Alphabet was the world’s most-valuable company for a moment

Apple is still the most-valuable publicly traded company in the world, but for a brief moment on Monday, that status went to Alphabet after it released its quarterly earnings...
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Google has started testing a Google Fiber Phone service

It’s probably been years since you last used your landline telephone in any meaningful way, assuming you have one at all, which is why...
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Google is testing solar-powered drones that deliver 5G internet

I’m sure we’ve all heard about Google’s plan to create a system of delivery drones by now, but deliveries aren’t the only thing Google...
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This might be the Steam alternative that we so desperately need

Steam is great and all, but there’s so much crap that Valve is allowed to get away with because it doesn’t have any serious...
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Google has reached a major artificial intelligence milestone

It’s been almost two decades since IBM taught a computer to be a master at chess, which is regarded as one of the most-important artificial...
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There are now more than a billion active Apple devices in the world

Tuesday’s quarterly earnings report was fraught with indications that Apple is losing its steam, and that 2016 will be the roughest year the company...
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Lyft’s partnership with Waze could give it an edge over Uber

Google hasn’t done much with Waze since it acquired the crowd-sourced navigation app back in 2013, but it looks like that’s about to change. On...
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The former head of Vine is joining Google’s virtual reality team

Google Cardboard was a great way to give us all a taste of virtual reality, but the real virtual reality experience will come this...
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Apple may be preparing to launch the iPhone 5SE in March

The last few months have been awash with leaks and rumors about the upcoming 4-inch iPhone, but a report from 9to5Mac on Friday may be the...
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More anti-encryption legislation has popped up in the United States

The war on encryption continues, and as usual, the politicians trying to force companies like Apple and Google to stop encrypting their products are...
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Google has made $31 billion off Android over the last decade

Considering how Google only paid somewhere around $50 million for Android back in 2005, I think it’s safe to say that it was a...
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China is developing its own version of Bitcoin

China is actually more accepting of Bitcoin than most people would expect. While financial institutions aren’t allowed to hold or trade the digital currency,...
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Microsoft will launch an educational version of Minecraft this summer

Minecraft’s potential as an educational tool has been explored numerous times over the years, but Microsoft will bring it past the point of experimentation with a full-on...
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Trump wants to force Apple to manufacture its products in America

For someone who touts himself as a paragon of capitalism, Donald Trump seems all too willing to trample on the free market whenever it suits his...
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Will this be the year that Nintendo finally catches up?

Nintendo is already an entertainment powerhouse, but it has the potential to be so much bigger, and it’s frustrating to see the company fail...
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