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  1. 'Regin' malware described as 'groundbreaking and almost peerless' - CNNMoney


    CNNMoney

    'Regin' malware described as 'groundbreaking and almost peerless'
    CNNMoney
    Experts don't know where it came from, and aren't quite sure what it does. But they do know this: a newly-uncovered cybersecurity threat appears to have been designed by a government, and is "groundbreaking and almost peerless." ...
    New malware used for surveillance in 10 countries, Symantec saysLivemint
    World's most advanced hacking spyware let looseCNBC
    Calls for Data Protection Commissioner to investigate spy bugIrish Examiner
    Business Standard -iAfrica.com -ZDNet
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  2. FCC spectrum auction breaks all records - Advanced Television


    New York Times

    FCC spectrum auction breaks all records
    Advanced Television
    November 21 saw the 27th and latest round of the FCC's spectrum auction topping a spectacular $33 billion, and up from $24 billion just two days earlier. The 'Advanced Wireless Services-3' auction has been going on for seven working days, and quickly ...
    FCC Airwave Wireless Spectrum Auction Raises $34 Billion. Why this Matters to ...Tech Times
    Bidding in Government Auction of Airwaves Reaches $34 BillionNew York Times
    FCC Airwaves to be Sold for over $34 billionThe Utah People's Post
    The Next Digit -Wall Street Journal
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  3. Apple, Bono and Kim Kardashian join app developers for RED campaign to ... - VentureBeat


    VentureBeat

    Apple, Bono and Kim Kardashian join app developers for RED campaign to ...
    VentureBeat
    Apple announced that it is working with 25 app developers, ranging from Angry Birds to Kim Kardashian, for a holiday campaign to raise money for U2 frontman Bono's Global Fund to fight AIDS. “For eight years, our customers have been helping fight AIDS in ...
    Apple To Donate Holiday App Sales To AIDS FightChinatopix
    Apple Teams Up with (RED) for AIDS FundraisingI Know Today
    Apple to donate portion of holiday sales to AIDS fightCNET
    San Jose Mercury News -Beta Wired
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  4. Samsung eyes management shake-up - Financial Times


    Malay Mail Online

    Samsung eyes management shake-up
    Financial Times
    Samsung Electronics is preparing a major management shake-up next month, as Lee Jae-yong, the technology group's presumed heir, looks to cement his control over the South Korean business empire. The impending reshuffle comes as Samsung battles ...
    Samsung to restructure mobile app serviceKorea Times
    Report: Samsung's head of TVs may be asked to revitalize mobile businessCIO
    Korea Times: Samsung Electronics Mulls Major Executive Rejig At Mobile DivisionRTT News
    Bloomberg
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  5. Bentley Grand Convertible Rendered as a Coupe - Motorward (press release) (blog)


    Motorward (press release) (blog)

    Bentley Grand Convertible Rendered as a Coupe
    Motorward (press release) (blog)
    Two of the biggest highlights of this year;s Los Angeles Auto Show were the Bentley Grand Convertible and Audi A9 (Prologue). Turns out they have more in common than it first appears, as the roof of the Prologue fits perfectly on the Bentley! It was a ...

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  6. 10 amazing things Android Lollipop can do which Android KitKat cannot - Firstpost


    Firstpost

    10 amazing things Android Lollipop can do which Android KitKat cannot
    Firstpost
    We might have not been this excited as children to have a candy lollipop as much as we are to have the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update installed on to our devices. The time finally arrived when our Android OS would get a quick makeover and offer us with ...
    Android Lollipop vs Android KitKat: What's the difference?Times of India
    Android Community Weekly Digest: Nov. 23, 2014Android Community
    Google appeals to cord cutters with new Nexus PlayerBeta Wired
    REM -TechCrunch
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  7. European Parliament plans to divide Google search engine from rest of the ... - Tech2


    Tech2

    European Parliament plans to divide Google search engine from rest of the ...
    Tech2
    The European Parliament is preparing a non-binding resolution that proposes splitting Google's search engine operations in Europe from the rest of its business as one possible option to rein in the Internet company's dominance in the search market.
    EU Parliament plan to split up Google's 'abusive' monopolybdaily
    Europe's posturing futility with Google break-up callDiginomica
    Europe in search to cut Google's controlIndependent Online
    Design & Trend -Eagle Radio -NFL News and Rumors
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  8. Samsung Petitions ITC to Ban Nvidia Sales in US - I Know Today


    Times of India

    Samsung Petitions ITC to Ban Nvidia Sales in US
    I Know Today
    Corporations of these days are engaged in battles for market share and profits. The battlefield is the global market, and the weapons they use are patents, lawsuits and petitions. Nvidia and Samsung are engaged in such a war as we speak – the two ...
    Samsung Sues NVIDIA, Others for Patent InfringementYibada (English Edition)
    Samsung Files ITC Complaint Seeking Ban on Nvidia Chips in USMaximum PC
    Samsung tackles Nvida over patentsBusinessTech
    The Star Online -PC Magazine -PCWorld
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  9. Cheap gadgets a first step toward pricier online services - The Seattle Times


    Boston Herald

    Cheap gadgets a first step toward pricier online services
    The Seattle Times
    Giving someone a Fire Tablet or Fire TV device is not the same as presenting them with a cellphone that ropes them into a two-year, $1,500 wireless plan. But either way there are follow-on costs to these gifts.
    Battle of the best streaming TV devices: Amazon Fire TV Stick vs Roku 3 vs ...IBNLive
    Fire TV Stick Review: A Great Streamer For An Amazon HouseholdTechCrunch

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  10. Dragon Age: Inquisition Evokes Interactive Storytelling - New York Times


    New York Times

    Dragon Age: Inquisition Evokes Interactive Storytelling
    New York Times
    There is no agreement among designers on the best way for video games to tell stories. Some games have branching plotlines and characters who live or die based on the player's decisions. Others are tightly constrained and offer no choices that alter the ...

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