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  1. How a Russian Web site peers into your home, and your baby's room, by ... - Washington Post


    The Guardian

    How a Russian Web site peers into your home, and your baby's room, by ...
    Washington Post
    In a dark corner of the Internet, a profound violation of privacy is quietly unfolding unbeknownst to thousands of victims. A Russian-based Web site allows its users to silently flip through hundreds of lives, observe for as long they'd like, and depart for the next ...
    Breached webcam and baby monitor site flagged by watchdogsBBC News
    Big 'Russian' Brother is watching you: Website posts thousands of hacked live ...Firstpost
    Russian hackers post 500 UK webcam live streams onlineTrustedReviews
    Herald.ie -Lincolnshire Echo -Independent Online
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  2. Chevy previews next-gen Volt with location-based charging system - Engadget


    GM Authority

    Chevy previews next-gen Volt with location-based charging system
    Engadget
    We'll be seeing the next-generation Chevy Volt in less than two months when GM launches it at the North American International Auto Show in January. But, for the sake of those who can't wait, the company has shown off a bit more of the 2016 hybrid model ...
    GM says Chevrolet Volt charging to become easierTechnologyTell
    Chevrolet Volt pokes its head out at owners eventCarAdvice
    2016 Volt Will Feature Improved Battery Charging, Longer Cord, Home Pre-SetsGM Authority (blog)
    Motor Trend -MSN Autos -The News Wheel
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  3. Facebook is kicking its drone business into high gear - 12NewsNow.Com


    NBC Southern California

    Facebook is kicking its drone business into high gear
    12NewsNow.Com
    The company has posted more than a dozen jobs for aeronautical engineers, technicians and other specialists for its drone business. It's all part of Facebook's plan to connect the whole world to the Internet using drones, lasers and satellites. Facebook wants ...
    Facebook Creating Drone TeamNBC Bay Area (blog)
    Facebook Job Listings Point to Drones Ramp-UpAllFacebook
    Facebook Is Building Out Its Drone TeamRe/code

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  4. Takata Learned Early of Air-Bag Problems - Wall Street Journal


    Wall Street Journal

    Takata Learned Early of Air-Bag Problems
    Wall Street Journal
    Hiroshi Shimizu: 'We didn't believe it required further investigation.' J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press. By. Christina Rogers. Updated Nov. 20, 2014 4:28 p.m. ET. 12 COMMENTS. Takata Corp. , the air-bag supplier at the center of a massive recall ...
    Japan orders air bag maker to conduct probeSan Antonio Express-News
    Japan Orders Takata to Investigate Flawed AirbagsNew York Times
    Takata exec warns about ability to fix deadly air bag flawReuters
    Columbus Dispatch -Boston Globe
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  5. Student gives Barbie a new attitude - Press Herald


    Press Herald

    Student gives Barbie a new attitude
    Press Herald
    A judge rules a rival's tech device was not unique so the patent is invalid, but it's not the end of their legal battles. More Headlines. Buffalo sagging as snowfall hits again · Maine faces federal penalty over photo policy for food benefit cards. More in News.
    Useless computer engineer Barbie sacked after three-way fsckingRegister
    Mattel apologizes for inept computer engineer BarbieFox News
    Computer Engineer Barbie Needs Help from Boys with Coding: Sexist Mattel ...Tech Times
    SFGate (blog) -Firstpost -CBS News
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  6. Game Digital dips after Assassin's Creed delay prompts US rival's warning - The Guardian


    The Guardian

    Game Digital dips after Assassin's Creed delay prompts US rival's warning
    The Guardian
    GameStop said its results had been hit by a two week delay in the release of the latest Assassin's Creed game, as well as weaker software sales outweighing strong demand for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Game Digital is down 1p to 344p, but ...
    Update: GameStop - Earnings Disappoint, Time To Be PatientSeeking Alpha
    Delayed release of a popular video game hurts GameStop's resultsDallas Morning News
    "Assassin's Creed Unity" game delay hurts GameStop's revenueReuters
    Wall Street Journal -New York Times -Charlotte Observer
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  7. Twitter now lets you share public tweets via Direct Message - Inquirer


    Christian Science Monitor

    Twitter now lets you share public tweets via Direct Message
    Inquirer
    twitter-logo SOCIAL NETWORK Twitter has unveiled a new feature that allows the sharing of tweets via Direct Message. Twitter said last week that improved Direct Messaging functionality was on its way as part of plans to attract more people to the site, and ...
    Twitter rolls out new search functionIndependent Online
    Twitter users can now share tweets privately via DMs on iOS and Android devicesSiliconrepublic.com
    Twitter Makes All Tweets Searchable to the PublicFranchise Herald
    AllMediaNY -Macworld -Engadget
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  8. Google launches subscription service for the internet to replace ad revenue online - The Independent


    The Independent

    Google launches subscription service for the internet to replace ad revenue online
    The Independent
    Google has unveiled a new scheme to let websites collect money from visitors without using online advertising – an industry that many resent for its reliance on the collection of personal data. Google's Contributor program replaces ad revenue with a monthly ...
    Google's new service hides ads on sites for a monthly feeWired.co.uk
    Google Contributor lets you pay to remove adsTrustedReviews
    Google Contributor offers a way to make ads disappearThe Age
    Android Headlines - Android News -Phys.Org
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  9. Apple stops calling games with in-app purchases 'Free' - Christian Science Monitor


    Christian Science Monitor

    Apple stops calling games with in-app purchases 'Free'
    Christian Science Monitor
    After complaints from parents and authorities, Apple is renaming the "Free" section of the App Store to "Get." Apple is making the move to make it more transparent that free apps with in-app purchases are not always free.

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  10. Netflix accounts for 35% of all peak-hour Internet traffic in North America - Maine News


    Maine News

    Netflix accounts for 35% of all peak-hour Internet traffic in North America
    Maine News
    A new report released by research firm Sandvine has revealed that video streaming subscription service Netflix presently makes up more than one-third of downstream Internet traffic in North America, during peak usage hours. According to the Sandvine ...
    Netflix takes up 35% of North American Internet trafficBeta Wired

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