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The U.S., where cable network ESPN holds the World Cup rights, is one of the few participants not offering all of the matches for free viewing on TV. Countries as disparate politically as China, Russi Read More
DISH Network will bid on wireless spectrum in the planned 2015 incentive auction, the satellite provider said in a government filing Wednesday, two days after executives met with Federal Communication Read More
Farasis Energy, based in Hayward, Calif., is looking to scale up the lithium-ion battery, commonly used in mobile devices, so that it can power electric cars. The company's key to longer battery life Read More
Microsoft says its upcoming cloud-storage appliances and backup service could save users 60%. Read More
PC sales may be slumping due to the rise of wireless devices, but the computer industry is trying to cope by incorporating some of the smartphone's more popular features, according to Re/code columnis Read More
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