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  1. IPad Air 2 and Mini 3 Review: One Thumb Up, and Another Down - New York Times


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    IPad Air 2 and Mini 3 Review: One Thumb Up, and Another Down
    New York Times
    The iPad Air 2, left, and the iPad Mini 3. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main ...
    iPad Air 2 Review: The Best Tablet Needs to Work HarderWall Street Journal
    Apple iPad Mini 3: Still Great, But Not as Good a DealMashable
    Apple iPad Air 2 review: the best gets slightly betterTelegraph.co.uk
    SFGate -Apple Insider -TechSpot
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  2. China Attack Aims at iCloud, Apple's Service For Storage - New York Times


    New York Times

    China Attack Aims at iCloud, Apple's Service For Storage
    New York Times
    A woman setting up her new iPhone 6 last week in Beijing. IPhone 6 users are thought to be the target of the attack. Credit Feng Li/Getty Images. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This ...
    Apple's iCloud network under attackUSA TODAY
    Apple issues security warning for iCloudseattlepi.com
    Chinese Hackers May Have Attacked Apple's iCloudHuffington Post

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  3. Augmented-reality startup nabs $542M from Google, others - CNET


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    Augmented-reality startup nabs $542M from Google, others
    CNET
    As the battle for virtual reality heats up, Google -- along with other well-known firms -- makes a big bet on a little-known wearable headset maker called Magic Leap. by Richard Nieva · @richardjnieva; October 21, 2014 1:07 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook.
    Google Takes a Flyer on Magic LeapTechNewsWorld
    An elephant in the hand: Google buys some MagicThe Australian Financial Review
    Hollywood, Silicon Valley make $542-million bet on curious Magic LeapLos Angeles Times
    Businessweek -Bloomberg -Forbes
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  4. Apple Pay: Seamless in Stores, but Quirky Online - New York Times


    New York Times

    Apple Pay: Seamless in Stores, but Quirky Online
    New York Times
    Apple says Apple Pay is more secure than a traditional credit card payment, because the system sends one-time codes to merchants to complete purchases rather than actual credit card numbers. Credit Eric Risberg/Associated Press. Continue reading the ...
    Biz Break: Apple nears record stock highs as sales surge, settles GT Advanced ...San Jose Mercury News
    Why Apple Pay could even be a big deal for Android usersPCWorld
    Apple's forecast for holiday quarter exceeds analyst estimatesSFGate
    VentureBeat -GameSpot -Apple Insider
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  5. Vine gets an iOS 8 update as its stars head off to Hollywood - Macworld


    Macworld

    Vine gets an iOS 8 update as its stars head off to Hollywood
    Macworld
    Vine's last major iOS update finally let you upload clips from your Camera Roll, which was a major functional improvement. The video-sharing app, which lets you shoot six-second loops, dropped version 3.0 on Tuesday: An iOS 8 update that takes full ...
    Vine for iOS now lets you follow channels to get their best videosEngadget
    Vine Adds Channel Following On iOSWebProNews
    Vine Makes It Easier to Discover Videos With New Channels FeatureWired
    AppAdvice
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  6. Will the Hendo Hoverboard take us back to the future? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor


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    Will the Hendo Hoverboard take us back to the future? (+video)
    Christian Science Monitor
    The Kickstarter page for Hendo Hoverboard promises a working model for $10,000. But what powers this technology? By Clinton Nguyen, Staff Writer October 21, 2014. About video ads. We might be seeing the pre-pre-pre-prototype of Marty McFly's ...
    Embrace Your Inner Marty McFly With the Hendo HoverboardPC Magazine
    Hendo Hoverboard is the closest thing to Marty McFly's levitating toyTechSpot
    Los Gatos company launches Kickstarter campaign to develop hoverboardabc7news.com
    Entertainment Weekly -Science Times -Communities Digital News
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  7. Daimler Sells Its 4% Stake in Tesla - Wall Street Journal


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    Daimler Sells Its 4% Stake in Tesla
    Wall Street Journal
    Daimler sold its remaining 4% stake in electric car maker Tesla. Above, Tesla cars at Schiphol airport near Amsterdam. European Pressphoto Agency. By. Mike Ramsey And. Mike Ramsey. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographyMike Ramsey · @ ...
    Daimler Sells Stake in Tesla, Which Supplies ComponentsBloomberg
    Daimler cashes in on Tesla stakeFortune
    UPDATE 1-Daimler sees $780 million windfall from sale of Tesla stakeReuters
    Financial Times -San Jose Mercury News
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  8. FTC Taps Privacy Researcher Soltani For Chief Technologist Role - MediaPost Communications


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    FTC Taps Privacy Researcher Soltani For Chief Technologist Role
    MediaPost Communications
    The Federal Trade Commission has tapped privacy researcher Ashkan Soltani to serve as its new chief technologist. Soltani, who starts in November, will replace Harvard's Latanya Sweeney -- who became famous for research that cast doubt on ...
    FTC taps Snowden security researcher for top tech roleTech Times
    FTC names privacy expert as chief technologistMiamiHerald.com

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  9. New Leeo smart night light alerts cellphones to danger - USA TODAY


    USA TODAY

    New Leeo smart night light alerts cellphones to danger
    USA TODAY
    SAN FRANCISCO – Most of us have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors dotting our homes. When they beep, we react. But what if the house is empty when the alarm sounds? Would you pay $99 to be alerted instantly on your smartphone? That's the ...
    Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight Monitors Home Alarms From AfarPC Magazine
    Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight Monitors for Smoke and CO2 AlarmsTechlicious (blog)
    Nightlight Calls Your Smartphone If It Hears an AlarmTop Tech News
    Forbes -PCWorld
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  10. Not so fast cord cutters—cable's not going anywhere - Dallas Morning News


    Dallas Morning News

    Not so fast cord cutters—cable's not going anywhere
    Dallas Morning News
    Get Netflix, throw in HBO, add a network here and there — why have cable? Combining current streaming services could run you about half of the average price of monthly cable or satellite television service. The Dallas Morning News. FROM WIRE REPORTS.
    HBO and CBS Move Toward Selling Content Directly to ConsumersNew York Times
    Let the market sort out TV winners and losersLos Angeles Times
    Lackluster Content Choices May Hamstring Cable Cord-CuttingTechzone360
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