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Latest Technology News


Rod Boshart / Quad City Times:
Microsoft brings $1.13 billion data center to Iowa  —  DES MOINES — Central Iowa is emerging as an economic magnet for high-tech data centers, state and local leaders declared Friday after plans were unveiled for global computer giant Microsoft to phase in a $1.13 billion regional data center over the next four to five years.


Issie Lapowsky / Wired:
How carriers' greed for additional revenue streams almost sabotaged the smartphone kill switch  —  How Greed Almost Sabotaged the Smartphone Kill Switch  —  About one third of robberies in major cities across the country involve the theft of a mobile phone, according to the Federal Communications Commission.


Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Hands-on with Ubuntu Touch 14.04: Coming along, but miles to go  —  We install it so you don't have to.  Seriously, you probably shouldn't.  —  The last time we installed Ubuntu Touch on anything was about a year ago, shortly after the release of Ubuntu 13.04.


Les Shu / Digital Trends:
Toshiba's U3 MicroSD cards are fast enough to handle 4K video, still tiny and easy to lose  —  MicroSD cards have become so ubiquitous that even some digital cameras are now using it.  That's fine and dandy if speed isn't a concern, but if you're snapping lots of photos and you need your camera to keep up …


Cotton Delo / AdAge:
Facebook courts advertisers to target likely World Cup viewers, a first for a TV event  —  Facebook to Sell Huge Audience of World Cup Fans to Advertisers  —  Test Could Be Extended to Other TV Events Like the Super Bowl  —  How Advertising Performs in a Social Media World