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  1. Apple's (APPL) Yosemite to become available in beta starting Thursday - Christian Science Monitor


    Christian Science Monitor

    Apple's (APPL) Yosemite to become available in beta starting Thursday
    Christian Science Monitor
    Coming on the heels of its quarterly earnings report, the beta version of Apple's latest Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite, will become available to the public starting Thursday. By Jacob Axelrad, Staff Writer July 23, 2014. close. A shopper walks by an ...
    Apple's Busy Year-End Could Include A Fitness Wearable, 12" Retina MacBook ...TechCrunch
    How to download OS X Yosemite Beta on your MacITProPortal
    Top 5 Best New Features in OS X YosemiteHeavy.com
    Gizmodo Australia
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  2. VMware Reports Solid Quarter, Bookings Jump 24% - InformationWeek


    Techie News

    VMware Reports Solid Quarter, Bookings Jump 24%
    InformationWeek
    Revenue came in at the high end of expectations, though expanded product line "will take time to ramp." 12 Tech Greats: Where Are They Now? (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) VMware turned in "solid" second quarter 2014 results with revenue ...
    VMware fuels cloudy drive, plonks second bit barn in UKRegister
    F5 Enhances Application Availability with VMware vCloud Hybrid ServiceMarketWatch
    VMware opens second London data centerDatacenterDynamics
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  3. Microsoft: We're making ONE TRUE WINDOWS to rule us all - Register


    Wall Street Journal

    Microsoft: We're making ONE TRUE WINDOWS to rule us all
    Register
    +Analysis Microsoft has cracked open its annual and Q4 results, the first end of year numbers it has spat out under brevity-challenged chief executive Satya Nadella. As befitting such a results event, there was plenty of backslapping and self-congratulatory talk ...
    Thrifty, Yet NiftyWired
    Microsoft CEO Nadella Wants One Windows Across DevicesCruxialCIO
    More smartphone options coming your wayHallels
    Examiner.com -Zatz Not Funny -Computerworld
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  4. iPad? More like iFAD: Now we know why Apple ran off to IBM - Register


    Forbes

    iPad? More like iFAD: Now we know why Apple ran off to IBM
    Register
    Apple talked up strong Mac and iOS device sales in its latest quarter – but the real news was a stonking slump in iPad numbers. The Cupertino giant said the three-month period ending June 28 was its best-ever fiscal third quarter on record. It reported ...
    Why did Macs defy the PC sales slump?ZDNet
    What's wrong with Apple's iPad?Fortune
    Apple iPhone 6 release date confirmed, models shown in flyerInferse
    Forbes -BGR -Digital Spy
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  5. GM's Profit, Hit by Recalls, Tumbles 80% - Wall Street Journal


    Wall Street Journal

    GM's Profit, Hit by Recalls, Tumbles 80%
    Wall Street Journal
    GM's earnings declined 80%, as results were hit by $1.5 billion in charges related to vehicle recalls and money set aside to fund a compensation plan. Getty Images. General Motors Co. GM -0.93% General Motors Co. U.S.: NYSE $37.41 -0.35 -0.93% July 23, ...
    UPDATE 2-GM's profit falls on recall costs, victims' compensation fundReuters
    GM Sets Aside at Least $400 Million for Ignition Recall VictimsBusinessweek
    GM Second Quarter Earnings: Sales Growth Drives On Despite Recall NightmareInternational Business Times
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  6. Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce - Inc.com


    IBNLive

    Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce
    Inc.com
    Data released by the company shows a lack of workforce diversity, just like other tech giants. Advertisement. Twitter acknowledged that it has been hiring too many white and Asian men to fill high-paying technology jobs, just like several other major ...
    Twitter: We have a lot of work to do when it comes to employee diversityTech Times
    Men outnumber women at Twitter by seven to threeInquirer
    Twitter Diversity Data Show Company Is Not Very DiverseKQED (blog)
    Washington Business Journal (blog) -TG Daily -San Francisco Business Times (blog)
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  7. Search Engines, EU to Hash Out 'Right to Be Forgotten' Details - PC Magazine


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    Search Engines, EU to Hash Out 'Right to Be Forgotten' Details
    PC Magazine
    Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are expected to gather in Brussels to discuss concerns over the handling of requests. 0shares. Google Search New Look. Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo will meet today with European data protection regulators in an effort to sort ...
    Google meets with EU regulators over 'right to be forgotten'Telegraph.co.uk
    Google faces EU grilling over 'right to be forgotten' handlingInquirer
    Google Facing Criticism Over EU Privacy Rules ImplementationValueWalk
    Livemint -The Australian -9 to 5 Google
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  8. Swatch Group denies working with Apple on smartwatch - Reuters


    Reuters

    Swatch Group denies working with Apple on smartwatch
    Reuters
    ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group has denied a media report saying it was working with technology company Apple on a smartwatch, a wearable device with interactive functions. Technology website VentureBeat said in a report on ...

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  9. Review: Amazon's Fire Phone offers new gimmicks, old platform growing pains - Ars Technica


    Ars Technica

    Review: Amazon's Fire Phone offers new gimmicks, old platform growing pains
    Ars Technica
    Enlarge / Amazon's first phone isn't without its charms, but is it good enough to replace the iOS or Android stuff you already have? Andrew Cunningham. It took other companies a long time to respond to the iPad. Early efforts like the first Samsung Galaxy Tabs ...
    Amazon's new Fire phone: Game-changer or DOA?Daily Digest
    Sneaky! Internet retailer Amazon just launched a real-world walletDigital Trends

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  10. Google Maps App Now Gives Suggestions Based On Weather And Time Of Day - Gizmodo Australia


    Google Maps App Now Gives Suggestions Based On Weather And Time Of Day
    Gizmodo Australia
    The Google Maps app has proved invaluable for the intrepid urban explorer in navigating the city. Now, a new update for iOS and Android can provide specific contextual details about what's around you depending on your location, time of day, and even the ...

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