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Apple, Google, Adobe and Intel settle Silicon Valley poaching case
Apple, Google, Adobe and Intel open their checkbooks to the tune of a reported $324 million to settle lawsuit alleging they agreed not to hire away each other's engineers as the major Silicon Valley case neared trial.
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Wolverton: Samsung misses target with new Galaxy S5
Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 is a decent device with a few neat features, but its design is pedestrian, many of its new features don’t work well and its interface is cluttered and confusing.
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Safeway profit slides as grocer prepares for merger
Safeway profit tumbled in the first quarter this year as the supermarket chain began to fully see the financial loss of spinning off hundreds of stores in Chicago and Canada.
Tech giants race to develop artificial intelligence
The latest Silicon Valley arms race is a contest to build the best artificial brains. Facebook, Google and other leading tech companies are jockeying to hire top scientists in the field of artificial intelligence, while spending heavily on a quest to make computers think more like people.
John Oliver launches another fake news show on HBO
Around the Remote: 'The Following' wraps up another bloody season
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Beyonce tops Time magazine's list of influential people
Miley Cyrus, Matthew McConaughey, Pharrell Williams, and Kerry Washington also make list.