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  1. Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches - PCWorld


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    Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches
    PCWorld
    A bug in Apple's HealthKit—a back-end feature in iOS 8—is delaying the launch of outside developers' fitness and health apps, the company said Wednesday. HealthKit is a new tool for developers in iOS 8 designed to let their apps talk to Apple's native ...
    Apple iOS 8 review: The changes are abundant and great, but Indian users may ...Firstpost
    Software bug bugs Apple: Company forced to delay launch of HealthKit apps for ...ITProPortal
    SwiftKey is a massive success on iOS 8BetaNews
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  2. iPhone 6 iFrenzy begins in Japan and Australia, with many being bought by ... - Washington Post


    Brisbane Times

    iPhone 6 iFrenzy begins in Japan and Australia, with many being bought by ...
    Washington Post
    Anthropologists from another planet, looking down on these crowds, may wonder what primitive rite got underway this morning. As the Earth turned — starting from the east in Tokyo and Sydney, moving westward to London and onward to Syracuse, N.Y., and ...
    Fans queue around Apple's Covent Garden store for new iPhone 6Telegraph.co.uk
    Register journo braves Australian iPHONE queue, gets HANDS ON the BIGGUNRegister
    Hands on: unboxing and sizing up Apple's new iPhone 6 & 6 PlusApple Insider
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  3. How to get an iPhone 6 for less - Dallas Morning News


    Dallas Morning News

    How to get an iPhone 6 for less
    Dallas Morning News
    Apple vice president Phil Schiller introduced new products, including the iPhone 6, in Cupertino, Calif., last week. The Dallas Morning News. Published: 18 September 2014 08:42 PM. Updated: 18 September 2014 11:56 PM. Related. Apple devotees camp ...
    Apple closer to green light for iPhone 6 sales in ChinaComputerworld

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  4. Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 to Receive Android L in November-December ... - Yahoo News UK


    Yahoo News UK

    Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 to Receive Android L in November-December ...
    Yahoo News UK
    Samsung's two new flagship smartphones - Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 - will reportedly receive Google's latest Android software within next two months. Google's major Android release for its mobile operating system, announced at the I/O conference this ...
    Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4 to Receive Android L by December: ReportNDTV
    Orders for Samsung Note 4 phone begin FridayBusinessweek

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  5. Google Android to encrypt data by default - TheDay.com


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    Google Android to encrypt data by default
    TheDay.com
    The next generation of Google's Android operating system, due for release next month, will encrypt data by default for the first time, the company said Thursday, raising yet another barrier to police gaining access to the troves of personal data typically kept on ...
    Google to beef up encryption of Android operating systemJagran Post
    Google joins Apple in having phone data encryption as defaultSiliconrepublic.com
    Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the policeUPI.com
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  6. Waterford-based FeedHenry acquired by Red Hat for €63.5m - Irish Times


    Waterford-based FeedHenry acquired by Red Hat for €63.5m
    Irish Times
    Irish software firm FeedHenry has been acquired by the Open source software specialist Red Hat for €63.5 million. Founded in 2010 as a spin-out from the Telecommunications Software and Systems Group at the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), ...

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  7. Facebook Meets Hot-Or-Not In News Feed - Dumb-Out


    Facebook Meets Hot-Or-Not In News Feed
    Dumb-Out
    Facebook is at it again, making changes which they hope will guide users to engage the social network more actively, especially when they are in the middle of other socially-relevant activities. Watching the football game? Facebook wants to hear about it.

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  8. Facebook Inc (FB) Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, Says More Students ... - StockWise Daily


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    Facebook Inc (FB) Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, Says More Students ...
    StockWise Daily
    Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of the world's largest social network, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), has said that more students should explore tech, and he is ready to support the cause. Zuckerberg said that learning computers opens a floodgate of ...
    Facebook CEO wants more students to explore techLas Vegas Sun

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  9. Net Neutrality Is a Hot Topic as FCC Meets - NewsFactor Network


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    Net Neutrality Is a Hot Topic as FCC Meets
    NewsFactor Network
    With the passage of Monday's deadline for public input on the issue of Net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission had fielded more than 3 million comments and was still processing more. On Tuesday morning, the agency was also accepting ...
    Grassley Statement at Net NeutralityPoliticalNews.me (press release)

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  10. US: After Audi, Google and Mercedes-Benz ask California for autonomous ... - INAUTONEWS


    INAUTONEWS

    US: After Audi, Google and Mercedes-Benz ask California for autonomous ...
    INAUTONEWS
    Yesterday we told you that German luxury automaker Audi was the first company that received California's new permits for driverless cars. Well, besides the Volkswagen AG subsidiary, permits were released for both Google's autonomous fleet and ...
    Google, Mercedes, & Audi to Start Testing Self-Driving Cars on Public RoadsNDTVAuto.com

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