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European Parliament votes to ask for Google to be broken up

The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly today to ask antitrust regulators to strongly consider steps that would force Google to separate its search business from all other services it offers.

Uber halts service in Nevada after legal setback

Following a court’s ruling, Uber has shut down its ridesharing service in Nevada, a move the company said would cost 1,000 jobs.

Eric Schmidt’s European charm offensive falls flat as political backlash against Google grows

For the past several months, Google chairman Eric Schmidt seemed to be just about everywhere in Europe where the search giant is under siege across a number of fronts.

Watch a Microsoft engineer use Kinect and a Sphero to simulate telekinesis

Telekinesis, defined as the psychic ability allowing one to influence a physical system without physical interaction, lives largely in the world of science fiction.

$330 PlayStation 4, Xbox One shows up before Black Friday on eBay

SPONSORED: You can now grab the best deals on a new PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One this holiday season – all in the comforts of your own home. The hottest console deal we’ve come across is your basic PlayStation 4 cut down from $400 to $329.99 on NewEgg’s eBay page.

Apple Pay competitor ‘Android Pay’ is reportedly coming to China

It looks like Apple Pay will soon face some competition in the mobile payments space from its biggest competitor, Android.

We may have underestimated the super-high salaries of Silicon Valley interns (in 1 graph)

It was big news when the public found out that Silicon Valley interns make about twice as much as the average San Franciscan ($6,000/month vs.

Uber app collects an ‘uncool’ amount of data about users, security pro says

Just when one (tech) media firestorm over Uber’s privacy policies starts to subside, another story emerges about the surprising amount of user data collected by the company’s mobile app.

Startups: Does your marketing feel like a gift or a re-gift?

GUEST: Tell me if this sounds familiar. You came up with what you think is a really great idea. You spent countless hours developing your idea into a workable demo.

Bundle grabs $300K for app that finally organizes the gazillion pictures on your phone

Our society really has a photo problem: We take an insane amount but can’t be bothered to go back and organize them.

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What to Think, No. 31: Forrester’s Sucharita Mulpuru on Black Friday and holiday e-commerce

In episode 31 of our podcast “What To Think,” we talked with Forrester analyst Sucharita Mulpuru, who focuses on mobile commerce, e-commerce, and retail, to find out about how — and how often — consumers will use e-commerce sites and mobile shopping apps to find that special gift this holiday season.

Andreessen Horowitz-backed networking startup Forward Networks raises $11M

Today Forward Networks, a “stealth” startup funded by Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel, and A Capital, announced it has secured $11.1 million in capital in a public SEC filing.

The private companies with valuations higher than $10B — in one chart

These days, investors can’t help but write big checks to fund startups that have a shot at changing the world.

Regular old taxis become cool again: Flywheel downloads up 300% in wake of Uber drama

Uber’s week of PR hell is the gift that keeps on giving to its competitors. Taxi-hailing app Flywheel says it’s seen a massive increase in downloads in the past week.

Even at $199, Amazon’s Fire phone isn’t worth your money

Last night, Amazon slashed the price of its Fire phone by $250. That means you can now get the unlocked phone, without a contract, for just $199.

Twitter will soon track the apps on your smartphone to deliver more targeted ads

Twitter is joining the “graph” bandwagon, announcing that it will soon start looking at which other apps you’ve installed on your phone to build a more personalized experience.

Six hot startups in cool Copenhagen

GUEST: With all due respect to William Shakespeare, there’s actually something pretty awesome in the State of Denmark: Namely, a breakout startup scene that’s beginning to get noticed around the world.

Windows 10 will get FLAC support next year, on top of MKV and HEVC additions

Microsoft is planning to add FLAC support to Windows 10 next year, even further expanding its support for popular file formats.

Here’s a new mobile social app for finding nearby people as crazy about something as you are

Let’s say you like golf (for some reason). How can you easily find fellow golfers in your area? That was the dilemma facing Christopher Obereder, CEO and co-founder of Inlope, a mobile-only social network that today joins a growing crowd of interest-based communities.