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"Angry Birds 2" takes its bow
The first official sequel in six years to the original "Angry Birds" is available for iOS and Android. "Angry Birds 2" isn't the first follow-up, with a string of variations being offered over the years. However, the new version includes upgraded graphics and multistage levels as well as in-application purchases that allow a variety of upgrades. The Independent (London) (tiered subscription model) (7/30), (7/30)

Mobcrush adds past Google, Apple leaders to mobile game stream team
Mobcrush, a startup aiming to rule over mobile game livestreaming, has added leaders Koh Kim and Greg Essig to its staff. Kim was instrumental in bringing Google Play to Korea, and Essig did a stint leading the Apple App Store's game section, Alex Wawro writes. (7/30)

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Sharp sells Mexico TV plant, quits selling LCDs in the Americas
Reuters (7/31)

VW to expand smartphone connectivity, driver assistance to more models
Volkswagen announced that most vehicles in its 2016 lineup will offer connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems, as well as crash avoidance and other driver assistance systems. Until now, such tech features had been available only in its premium Touareg SUV. Tech Times (7/30)

Chinese firm tests vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure communications
Changan, a state-owned Chinese car manufacturer, is putting vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications to the test in hopes of reducing traffic accidents and congestion. Changan representatives say they hope to launch V2V technology for cars in some form by 2018. MIT Technology Review online (7/30)

HTC invests $10M in VR platform to ramp up content ahead of Vive release
HTC now owns a 15% stake in virtual reality platform WEVR, following a $10 million investment the company hopes will pay off as developers use the platform to make content for HTC's upcoming VR headset, "Vive." TechCrunch (7/31)

App offers store credits for better lifestyles, volunteering
Wellcoin has developed a free mobile application that gives users store credits for doing good works and engaging in healthy lifestyles. The credits, which are good at such outlets as Pure Barre, Whole Foods and Dick's Sporting Goods, are offered for such activities as volunteer work, seeing a doctor and getting enough sleep. Boston Herald (7/31)

Court gives Microsoft second victory in Motorola patent tiff
Ars Technica (7/30)

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IDC: Tablet sales, iPad's market share continue to slip
Global tablet shipments fell by 3.3 million units in the second quarter compared with the same quarter a year ago, research firm IDC has found. Apple recently reported an 18% drop in iPad sales, and its market share declined by roughly 3 percentage points to 24.5%, IDC reports. Network World (7/30)

Samsung's mobile payment solution is on its way to Europe
Samsung and MasterCard are gearing up to launch "Samsung Pay" in Europe. The service is expected to expand to the U.S. in the near future. The mobile payment solution works with retailers' existing magnetic strip technologies. TechCrunch (7/31)

"Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence."
-- Helen Keller,
author and political activist


Sony raises Q1 profits to $780M, passing expectations
Sony generated $780 million in operating profit during its first quarter this year, passing analyst expectations and securing a 39% year-over-year improvement. Sales were driven largely by Sony's camera sensor and PlayStation 4 units, signaling that the company's restructuring under CEO Kazuo Hirai is working. MarketWatch (7/30), Reuters (7/30), TechCrunch (7/30)

How flat TVs are winning out over curved displays
Television-makers have marketed curved TVs as a solution for better viewing angles and immersive viewing in the home, but high prices kept consumers from latching on to the trend, which has caused manufacturers to shift gears toward ultra-thin flat screens, Karine Heyden writes. B2C Marketing Insider (7/29)

Samsung falters again after underproducing Galaxy S6 Edge
Samsung Electronics hinted that it will cut prices on its Galaxy S6 phones following a quarter of disappointing sales of the flagship handsets and a fifth straight quarter of profit declines. The curved-screen S6 Edge proved popular, but Samsung failed to produce enough units to meet demand. The South Korean company will release more low-end models and move up shipments of its next Galaxy phone. Mobile revenues fell by 37% from the same period a year ago. Bloomberg (7/30), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/29), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/30)

LG sells fewer smartphones in down quarter
LG Electronics shipped 14.1 million smartphones in its second quarter, 400,000 fewer units than the same period a year ago, the South Korean company reported today. The slump contributed to a 7.6% decline in revenues for the company. LG did report that North America revenues rose on solid sales of midrange phones and tablets. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/29), TechCrunch (7/29)

Industry trade groups ask Congress to back off IoT
Representatives from four trade groups are requesting that Congress ease up on security and privacy regulations for the Internet of Things. "It's up to manufacturers and service providers to make good decisions about privacy and security, or they will fail in the marketplace. Industry-driven solutions are best to promote innovation while protecting consumers," said Gary Shapiro of the Consumer Electronics Association. News Service (7/29)

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Intel, Micron proclaim "revolutionary" memory chips
Memory chips that run 1,000 faster than existing NAND flash memory will help power smartphones, tablets and other electronics, say Intel and Micron, who are calling their "3D Xpoint" the biggest breakthrough in memory technology in more than 25 years. They said the chips will also have more endurance than current models and will store more data. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/28), Forbes (7/28), Bloomberg (7/28)

360fly to retail 360-degree camera exclusively through Best Buy
Best Buy will stock 360fly's 360-degree camera in 900 stores across the country starting in September after signing an exclusive distribution deal. "Having mass retail visibility at launch is extremely important to us, as we believe our camera goes beyond the extreme sports market and can be used in everyday lifestyle applications," 360fly's Michael Lanzon said. American City Business Journals/Pittsburgh (7/29)

Wal-Mart tops Planet Retail list of top global retailers
Supermarket News (free registration) (7/29)

"Everyone sits in the prison of his own ideas; he must burst it open."
-- Albert Einstein,
theoretical physicist


Microsoft debuts Windows 10, aims for 1B devices
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system is available as a free download to Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users in more than 190 countries starting today. "Our vision is to make Windows 10 the biggest cloud-source platform in the world and we aim to distribute the new OS to 1 billion devices worldwide," said Microsoft Korea's Casey Song. The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)/The Associated Press (7/29), The Korea Times (Seoul) (7/29)

Technology taps mobile for large common displays

Large surfaces such as walls, tables or other areas could serve as displays from mobile and connected devices with technology under development at Fujitsu Laboratories. Multiple users could access the system, displaying images on common spaces as well as individual screens. (7/28)

Ecovent gets $6.9M boost to launch smart heating vents by year's end
The Boston Globe (tiered subscription model) (7/27)

Motorola unveils large-screen Moto X, new Moto G

Motorola will release a pair of new Moto X and Moto G phones in the U.S. and a third handset that it will limit to overseas sales, the Lenovo unit said Tuesday. The new $399 Moto X Style -- which will be marketed as the Moto X Pure Edition in the U.S. -- will run on any network and feature a 5.7-inch display. A revamped Moto G, Motorola's most popular phone, will cost $180. CNET (7/28), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/28)

LG sells fewer smartphones in down quarter
LG Electronics shipped 14.1 million smartphones in its second quarter, 400,000 fewer units than the same period a year ago, the South Korean company reported today. The slump contributed to a 7.6% decline in revenues for the company. LG did report that North America revenues rose on solid sales of midrange phones and tablets. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/29), TechCrunch (7/29)

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Periscope refreshes iOS app with user-friendly features
Periscope's latest iOS application revamp allows users to mute notifications tied to individual live streamers, suggests new people to follow in the global feed and enables switching between iOS 8 devices in the middle of a broadcast. (7/27), 9to5Mac (7/27)

Samsung creates image sensor to fit devices thinner than 5mm
Samsung's S5K3P3 16-megapixel image sensor is the company's solution to packing high-resolution images into slim electronics. The sensors will work in devices thinner than 5 millimeters, the company confirmed. ZDNet (7/29)

Dell could take SecureWorks business public
Dell could reportedly take its SecureWorks cybersecurity business public, a move that could make the unit worth more than $1 billion, sources say. Dell purchased SecureWorks in 2011 for $612 million. Fortune (7/27), American City Business Journals/Atlanta (7/28)

Amazon gives startups a "Launchpad" to sell products
The Amazon Launchpad platform, launched Tuesday, gives startups already backed by venture capitalists or crowdfunding campaigns a place where they can reach customers and market and distribute their products to them. The company opened its Launchpad marketplace with 200 products, including those aimed at the Internet of Things. CNN (7/28)

"I've always tried to go a step past wherever people expected me to end up."
-- Beverly Sills,
opera singer


Vizio to go public, pins future revenues on data
Vizio is gearing up to go public, aiming to raise $172.5 million from its initial public offering. In its filing, the company revealed a new business plan that pins future revenues largely on selling viewer data to advertisers. The TV and soundbar vendor racked up $3.1 billion in revenue and $45 million in net income last year. HD Guru (7/27), American City Business Journals/Los Angeles (7/27)

Citi: Self-installed, monitored systems to overtake home security market
Self-installed, self-monitored home security systems will grow from claiming 2.3% of the market to 34% of the market by 2020 as tech companies such as Google and Apple release smart security devices, Citi data indicate. Companies such as ADT that professionally install and monitor homes will slip from controlling 93% of the market to less than a third of the market over the next 20 years. Business Insider (7/27)

SwannOne's customizable smart security system detects disturbances
Coolest Gadgets (7/24)

Samsung tries for a big bang with larger Galaxy phone
Samsung Electronics is expected to release the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, a bigger version of its flagship smartphone, at an Aug. 13 event at New York's Lincoln Center, per a report that notes the phone-maker has moved up its launch date to better compete with Apple's expected new iPhone. The report notes that Samsung could run the risk of cutting into sales of its popular series of large-screen Galaxy Note "phablets." The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/28)

Report: Toshiba will install Muromachi as CEO
Toshiba Corp.'s Masashi Muromachi has reportedly been tapped to permanently lead the company as CEO after his interim stint is up in September, sources say. Muromachi was appointed interim CEO after then-CEO Hisao Tanaka and several company leaders were forced out after a third party found the executives knowingly inflated profits by $1.2 billion over the last several years, sources say. Toshiba has not confirmed the Muromachi report. Reuters (7/27), India Today (7/28)

Tech giants commit to help feds fight climate change (7/27)

BMW, Audi add integrated tablets to luxury vehicles
Engineers at Audi and BMW are working on customized tablets to help the automakers better compete with iPads and Android tablets that passengers may opt to use in their vehicles. The customized tablets will run Google Android and connect to the car's Wi-Fi and electronics and will be designed to safely withstand crashes, as well as extreme temperatures. Automotive News (free content) (7/26)

Net neutrality won't hurt broadband investments, FCC chief says
A court's rejection of a partial stay of the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality regulations sought by Internet service providers has given ISPs "the certainty and economic incentive to build fast and competitive broadband networks," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in testimony prepared for a House panel hearing. Wheeler also pointed to remarks by the heads of Cablevision, Charter Communications T-Mobile and other providers that the Title II change "does not discourage their investment." Broadcasting & Cable (7/27)

Wearsafe Tag makers aim to "save 10M lives in 10 years" (7/26)

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Police close down iPhone counterfeit ring in Beijing
Chinese authorities seized more than 41,000 counterfeit iPhones worth about $20 million in a Beijing raid in which nine people were arrested, states a social media post from the city's public security bureau. Hundreds of workers reportedly repackaged smartphone parts in order to pass them off as iPhones. The Guardian (London) (7/27), CNN (7/28)

"Self-trust is the first secret of success."
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson,
essayist, lecturer and poet


Samsung monitor also charges devices wirelessly
Samsung Electronics has trotted out a monitor that also works as a wireless charger for mobile devices, which the South Korean company asserts is the first of its kind. The SE370, which will arrive at an undisclosed date in 23.6-inch and 27-inch modes, works only with the Qi wireless standard, which is backed by the Wireless Power Consortium. VentureBeat (7/26), Computerworld/IDG News Service (7/27)

LG to launch flat OLED TV
LG will debut five OLED TV models over the next several days, bringing the company's total to 10 models across eight series, Yoon Won-sup writes. Among the new displays is the first flat OLED TV to hit the market, giving consumers the first non-curved OLED display option. Maeil Business Newspaper (South Korea) (7/27)

Amazon's Fire TV now supports Encore app
Amazon's Fire TV box and Fire TV stick are the latest platforms for Encore Play, the TV Everywhere application for Starz's Encore service. The app, which features more than 1,300 titles each month, is also supported by Amazon's Fire TV platform, Xbox One and 360, Google Chromecast, Fire HD, Nook tablets and Web browsers. Multichannel News (7/24), Rapid TV News (U.K.) (7/27)

Nintendo to drop 3-year-old TVii service on Aug. 11
Nintendo is dropping its 3-year-old TVii video service, which offered Wii U users a "single interface for cable, satellite TV and Web video." The TVii platform and the TVii Miiverse community forum will go dark Aug. 11, but the Wii U will still support third-party video streaming applications, the company confirmed. PCWorld/IDG News Service (7/26), Digital Trends (7/27

How Windows 10 could spur a "desktop app revolution"
TechCrunch (7/26)

Facebook to extend the reach of its free basic Internet service

The free basic Internet via mobile phones that Facebook initially aimed at developing countries may soon be offered on a much wider scale through the platform. "This is really a customer acquisition tool for mobile operators where the benefit to them of offering a very light amount of free data is to bring on more paying subscribers to their networks,"'s Chris Daniels said. Reuters (7/27)

WTO finalizes IT tariff deal
Members of the World Trade Organization have finalized a deal to cut tariffs on $1 trillion worth of IT products. The update to the Information Technology Agreement will also cover $100 billion worth of U.S. exports and add up to 60,000 new jobs, said U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman. Reuters (7/24)

Bring technology to drunken-driving battle, Sen. Schumer says
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/26)

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Why marketers need to develop mobile-specific campaigns
IProspect's Jeremy Hull talks in this interview about the challenges of measuring mobile marketing and how marketers need to develop more sophisticated methods for mobile, not just rely on the same pay-per-click model that works on desktop. "Brands are not differentiating their mobile campaigns. When people search on their smartphones, they should see different ad copy, different site links, different messages and different extensions," he adds. eMarketer (7/24)

Best Buy to add Apple Watch to inventory in August
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/26)

"You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. ... This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life."
-- Steve Jobs,

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