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Google slashed its cloud computing service prices on Tuesday as the company is trying to compete with Amazon.com and Microsoft.
The SD Association (SDA), an ecosystem of companies setting memory card standards, and TransferJet Consortium, the group developing industrial standards of close proximity wireless technology, will collaborate and enable fast and contactless transfer of very large files stored on SD memory cards.
Facebook will acquire Oculus VR, the developer of virtual reality technology, for a total of approximately $2 billion, a move that gives social network access to a new and fast-growing market.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang debuted new and upcoming graphics technology on Tuesday including the $3,000 high-end Titan Z graphics card, the next generation Pascal GPU and a cloud-computing partnership with VMWare.
HTC today unveiled the highly anticipated new HTC One (M8), the evolution of the HTC One (M7).
France's consumer rights group UFC-Que Choisir said on Tuesday it had filed suit against Twitter, Facebook and Google over users' privacy issues.
Ritek has made available in the U.S. its new dual-layer Blu-ray recordable discs for recording at speeds of 6x.
Toshiba's MQ01ABUxxxBW series, a mobile-grade thin 7mm hard disk drive (HDD) with self-encrypting technology, has achieved validation to U.S. Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS 140-2).
LG Electronics will make its Knock Code feature available on earlier LG smartphone models via a firmware update starting in April.
Google has begun working with eyewear company Luxottica to create Ray-Ban and Oakley versions of its Glass wearable device.

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