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ABC NewsFacebook Launches 'Rooms' App for Anonymous Chats
In a throwback to the popular chat rooms of the mid-90s, Facebook today released a new app - dubbed Rooms - that will let you chat anonymously about topics that interest you. Rooms has been updated for the digital age, of course. You access it on your ...
Facebook Launches Pseudo-Anonymous App 'Rooms'
Facebook wants to bring back the anonymous chatroom
Facebook launches Rooms: a way to share your interests without sharing your ...
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ForbesMark Zuckerberg Knows Chinese, But It's A Long Road To Export Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg has impressed the world with his almost-fluent Chinese, but can his effort translate into Facebook's success in China? In a 30-minute Q and A session at Tsinghua University in Beijing yesterday, the billionaire talked about a variety of ...
Why Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Spent Years Learning Mandarin Chinese
7 Famous People Who Surprised Us by Speaking Chinese
Zuckerberg's Chinese speech gets mixed reviews
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CNNMoneyMicrosoft sales soar 25% on huge demand for Office, Surface, Xbox and cloud
Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) sales soared 25% in the last three months on the back of cloud, Xbox and, yes, even the Surface tablet and Nokia smartphones. This is a new Microsoft that doesn't need to rely on its operating system to support it. Windows sales ...
Microsoft's results top forecasts
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Network gear maker Nokia tops market expectations
Microsoft Beats on Revenue, Driven by Cloud Strength and Hardware Sales
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CNETMicrosoft divisions succeed in spite of Nokia losses
In its second quarter after acquiring Nokia for more than $7 billion in April, Microsoft is paying the price for layoffs and a low interest among consumers. by Nick Statt · @nickstatt; 24 October 2014, 7:37 am AEDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin.
Microsoft and IBM commit to providing their enterprise software on Azure, IBM ...
Microsoft beats estimates with $23.2B in revenue, $4.54B in income
Microsoft profit dips on charges, while sales jump
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TIME'Ello'... anti-Facebook' social network gets funding
SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – Flush with a reported $5.5 million in fresh funding, upstart social network Ello on Thursday legally changed its corporate standing to back a promise to remain ad-free. Ello converted to a public benefit corporation, which it described ...
Investors Give Ello $5.5 Million Even After It Bans Its Most Obvious Revenue ...
'Anti-Facebook' investors dig deep for Ello
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Business RecorderAudi Recalls 850000 Cars Over Airbag Software Flaw
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Audi is recalling about 850,000 cars worldwide over a software problem that could cause airbags to fail to deploy properly. The recall of A4s from 2013-15 model years includes about 102,000 cars in the United States. The software problem was caught during ...
Audi will recall 102000 A4 cars in U.S. over airbag software glitch
Audi Recalls 850000 A4 Vehicles Over Faulty Airbags
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New Audi A4 Airbag recall list for October
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Telegraph.co.ukTwitter wages war on the password with 'Digits' phone number login
Twitter has announced a new service called Digits, which allows users to login to third-party apps using their mobile number as a unique identifier rather than a password – in a similar way to Snapchat, WhatsApp and Viber. For some time, social networks like ...
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GTAT And Apple Part Ways After Reaching Settlement Deal
GTAT and Apple finally part ways after reaching an agreement. Under the deal, GTAT will sell its furnaces to repay Apple and revise its initial court filing. Page 1 of 2. Published: October 22, 2014 at 10:45 am EST By: Larry Darrell. Click Ticker to See live ...
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ComputerworldOne missed email and Google Inbox will be in trouble
People may feel overwhelmed by the deluge of email arriving in their inboxes, but will they trust Google to show them the most important messages? Analysts are divided on how well Google can sort and prioritize users' emails as the company launches Inbox ...
How Google's New 'Inbox' Product for Gmail Could Change Email Forever
Hands on: Google Inbox
VIDEO: Google Inbox Tries to Get Email Under Control
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Daily MailGoogle Poaches Oxford Brains for Artificial Intelligence Research
Google has visited the hallowed halls of Oxford University and come out with several of the school's most prized minds in the field of artificial intelligence. The hires comprise two teams, both of which have been pursuing research outside their normal ...
Google teams with Oxford on artificial intelligence
Google bolsters artificial intelligence efforts, partners with Oxford
Google and Oxford University partner for artificial intelligence research
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