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RSS: The Old Reader launches Premium version, $30 a year

When Google Reader closed down last year, many news addicts moved their feeds to The Old Reader. While the service will remain free for 90 percent of its users, those with 100 feeds or more will now have to pay a subscription fee.
Social Media

Facebook follows Google and launches ferry service for workers

Following protests in San Francisco which saw private employee buses belonging to Silicon Valley tech giants blocked by angry residents, Facebook is following in Google's footsteps by transporting some of its employees to work on a…
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DT Daily: More Flappy Bird fallout, 2 Million Prius hybrids recalled, Wireless smart earbuds 2:31

The Flappy Bird take down fallout continues, Toyota recalls nearly 2 million Prius hybrids, and a set of smart ear buds that promise to amp up your workout.

Taco Bell wants you to order fast food using your smartphone

Will you be telling Siri "Yo Quiero Taco Bell!" in the near future? The national fast food chain is shifting into mobile with an application that allows you to order and pay for food before arriving.
Home Theater

Goodbye Time Warner Cable? Comcast to buy TWC for $45 billion

Definitely an interesting deal that will attract plenty of attention from the FCC, Comcast is expected to announce a deal tomorrow morning that will purchase Time Warner Cable entirely.
Product Review

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 Review

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review.

2014 Jeep Cherokee: Safety tech

Safety technology was an important consideration in the design of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee midsize SUV, which is available with over 70 safety and security features, including several Chrysler Group firsts.

Steam introduces a new way to browse games

A recent update adds the ability for Steam users to tag any game with a genre, theme, attribute, and more, in order to find other, similar games that the user may be interested in.
Home Theater

TV audiences increasingly turn to Facebook for their real-time gossip fix

Facebook's collaboration with SecondSync resulted in a study that shatters previous assumptions about TV audiences' episode-discussing habits online — most Facebook discussion occurs before the episode is done airing.