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Date: 2013-01-21
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America's national parks weigh solitude against cellular access
US-USA-PARKS-CELLPHONES:America's national parks weigh solitude against cellular access
By Laura Zuckerman

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - As cell phones, iPods and laptops creep steadily into every corner of modern life, America's national parks have stayed largely off the digital grid, among the last remaining outposts of ringtone-free human solitude.

Fo...


Analysis: Apple earnings need to overcome technical malaise
US-APPLE-STOCK:Analysis: Apple earnings need to overcome technical malaise
By Rodrigo Campos and Poornima Gupta

NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - To those who study technical stock charts, Apple Inc looks broken.

Even though it is widely viewed to be undervalued after hitting an 11-month low this week and nine out of 10 brokerages recommend...


Factbox - What are cyberlockers?
US-NEWZEALAND-DOTCOM-CYBERLOCKERS:Factbox - What are cyberlockers?
AUCKLAND (Reuters) - Cyberlockers, are also known as cloud storage or file storage services, enable users to keep files, or back them up, on the internet.

Users can access files from these virtual storage lockers, which operate on remote servers, from any computer with an internet connecti...


Dotcom says new site legal, no revenge for Megaupload saga
US-NEWZEALAND-DOTCOM-INTERVIEW:Dotcom says new site legal, no revenge for Megaupload saga
By Naomi Tajitsu

AUCKLAND (Reuters) - Kim Dotcom, founder of outlawed file-sharing website Megaupload, says his new "cyberlocker" is not a way to exact revenge on the U.S. authorities who planned a raid on his home, closed Megaupload, and charged him with online piracy for which he faces y...


Samsung, Apple seen pulling ahead in smartphone race: poll
US-TELECOMS-SHIPMENTS:Samsung, Apple seen pulling ahead in smartphone race: poll
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Samsung and Apple pulled ahead in the global smartphone race last quarter, according to forecasts by analysts in a Reuters poll, while Nokia and others are expected to have fallen further behind.

Overall shipments of handsets are expected to have risen in the fourth qu...


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