April 14–20, 2014
T-Mobile Stops Overage Fees …

[Apr 16, 2014] Most of us have been hit with overage charges at one point or another in our smartphone-owning years. It hurts. The penalties for exceeding your allotted monthly data, texts, or voice minutes can be outrageous. So T-Mobile capped off its week-long spate of Uncarrier announcements with a new campaign to abolish the industry-wide practice of overage charges.

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Fujitsu Develops Technology Enabling High-Speed Search While Accumulating Data At 40-Gbps

[Apr 14, 2014] Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. announced the development of industry's first software technology that can perform high-speed searches on information even as it is being accumulated at a speed of 40-Gbps.

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Make Flipped Learning Work

[Apr 14, 2014] With the generous support of Adobe, we've assembled this collection of stories and resources to help you make flipped learning a success in your schools.

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USB Type-C: Simpler, Faster And More Powerful

[Apr 15, 2014] "The Type-C plug is a big step forward," says Jeff Ravencraft, chairman of the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), the organization that oversees the USB standard.

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Guide to Dropbox's Carousel, a New Photo Sharing and Organizing App

[Apr 15, 2014] Carousel, a new photo-sharing service made by the cloud-storage company Dropbox, offers a sleek, fuss-free medium to store, organize, display, and share all your images that is a real competitor to mainstays like Flickr, Google Drive, and iCloud.

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Verizon To Get Red HTC One M8 Says Leak

[Apr 14, 2014] News of a red variant of the HTC One (M8) heading to Verizon Wireless [via @evleaks] made the rounds on Twitter recently and caused some buzz in Twitterland.

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