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  1. Samsung unveils 'eye-tracking mouse' for people with disabilities - Business Standard


    Korea IT Times

    Samsung unveils 'eye-tracking mouse' for people with disabilities
    Business Standard
    Samsung has recently unveiled an eye-tracking mouse, dubbed as EYECAN+, which allows people with disabilities to control their computers with a blink of an eye. Samsung's second-generation EYECAN+ doesn't require the user to wear any equipment or ...
    Samsung execs set to pay for profit slumpNew Zealand Herald
    Samsung unveils eye-tracking mouse for disabledArirang News
    Samsung's 'eye mouse' enables users to control their computer with a glanceCNET
    ABC News -The Australian -PCWorld
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  2. Sony to offer refunds over misleading PS Vita ads - PCWorld


    PCWorld

    Sony to offer refunds over misleading PS Vita ads
    PCWorld
    Tim Hornyak reports on IT, telecommunications, science, and technology in Japan for the IDG News Service. More by Tim Hornyak. Sony will offer partial refunds to customers to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission charges that its ads in 2011 and 2012 for ...
    Sony to pay for dodgy Vita marketingiAfrica.com
    The FTC says Sony lied about how innovative the PS Vita is.Washington Post (blog)
    Sony to offer partial refunds for gaming consoleCharlotte Observer
    Wall Street Journal
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  3. 'Did you break this?' Lenovo Yoga ad pranks stunned shoppers - bradfordtoday


    Computerworld

    'Did you break this?' Lenovo Yoga ad pranks stunned shoppers
    bradfordtoday
    See the look on consumers' faces when a faux Lenovo employee snaps a competing laptop in two right in front of them and then tries to pass off the blame. Read More… Posted by R.SPAR on Nov 26 2014. Filed under Tech News. You can follow any ...
    Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 laptop reviewABC Technology and Games
    Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro ReviewSlashGear
    Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro review: slim and sexy comes with some trade-offsEngadget
    Computerworld -Twice
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  4. Hack of Sony Pictures Indicates Employees Were Pirating Blu-Rays - DailyTech


    Tech Times

    Hack of Sony Pictures Indicates Employees Were Pirating Blu-Rays
    DailyTech
    I. Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before: Sony Victimized by Massive Hack Somewhat lost amidst the chaos was a smaller hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), in which LulzSec claimed to have stolen 1 million user credentials (SPE disputed this, ...
    Sony Pictures Suffers Cyberattack For a Second Day - IGNIGN
    Sony Pictures computer system hacked in online attackBBC News
    Sony Pictures security breach might be an inside job, experts sayBeta Wired
    NDTV -KDramaStars -New York Times (blog)
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  5. Why is there a 'massive deceleration' in tablet shipments? Open thread - The Guardian


    The Guardian

    Why is there a 'massive deceleration' in tablet shipments? Open thread
    The Guardian
    IDC is predicting decelerating shipments of tablet shipments in 2014, including a drop for Apple's iPad. Photograph: Pixellover RM 4 / Alamy/Alamy. Stuart Dredge. Wednesday 26 November 2014 02.30 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via ...
    iPad had first full year of decline in 2014, report saysMashable
    iPads won't be stuffing stockings this yearCNNMoney
    IDC: Tough year for tablets, not as bad as thought for PCsCNET
    PC Magazine -Computerworld -The Australian Financial Review
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  6. Technology quiz reveals that nobody including quiz drafters knows anything ... - Register


    seattlepi.com

    Technology quiz reveals that nobody including quiz drafters knows anything ...
    Register
    A terrifying new quiz has indicated that the state of knowledge among Americans regarding IT topics is abysmally low: but the questions are such as to indicate that even the drafters of the quiz didn't know much. The quiz in question is one from Pew Research, ...
    Do You Know the Fundamentals of the Internet?I Know Today
    Report: Privacy policies still stump AmericansPittsburgh Post Gazette
    What Do We Really Understand About Privacy PoliciesDumb-Out
    NBC Bay Area (blog) -Bustle -Sioux City Journal
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  7. OnePlus One Review - Tom's Hardware


    Tom's Hardware

    OnePlus One Review
    Tom's Hardware
    The OnePlus One has an off-contract price starting at only $299, but don't call this smartphone cheap. Hiding behind the OnePlus One's 5.5-inch HD screen is some high-end hardware. Google's Nexus phones gained popularity by pairing an uncluttered ...
    OnePlus One review: Flagship killer or not, you cannot go wrong with it at Rs ...Firstpost
    OnePlus One coming to India on December 2; to be exclusively available on ...IBNLive
    OnePlus One invite and how to get one; OnePlus Two details leakedThe News Reports
    Mobiletor.com -Tech2 -India Today
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  8. Regin continues to target everyone in cyber-warfare - Brock Press


    Brock Press

    Regin continues to target everyone in cyber-warfare
    Brock Press
    According to a report released by cyber security firm Symantec on Sunday Nov. 23, a new malware known as Regin has been collecting information on individuals, various corporations and governments. Regin is widely considered to be a massive ...
    Evidence suggest US, UK behind mysterious Regin malwareThe Age
    What feds need to know about Regin malwareFedScoop
    'Elegant' Regin Malware Linked to Brits, NSATechNewsWorld
    FierceCIO
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  9. Lyft will offer cash to drivers if they carpool - Mashable


    Mashable

    Lyft will offer cash to drivers if they carpool
    Mashable
    Want to earn some extra money during your drive to work? Here's one way to do it. Noting that nearly 80% of commuters drive to work solo, Lyft launched Driver Destination, which promises to earn commuters cash — possibly hundreds a month — for sharing ...
    Lyft Appeals To More Casual Drivers By Matching Them With Passengers To ...TechCrunch
    Going my way? Lyft drivers, not the passengers, can now set the destinationVentureBeat
    New Lyft service lets drivers pick up passengers along a specific routeFortune
    Engadget -TechSpot -Beta Wired
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  10. Google Fiber's gigabit-Internet service in Austin priced at $70 per month - PCWorld


    PCWorld

    Google Fiber's gigabit-Internet service in Austin priced at $70 per month
    PCWorld
    Zach Miners covers social networking, search, and general technology news for the IDG News Service, and is based in San Francisco. More by Zach Miners. Google will offer a basic version of its broadband service for no monthly charge when it launches ...
    Google, AT&T bring gigabit speeds to South AustinCommunity Impact Newspaper
    Closing the Digital Divide: HACA residents offered free Google FiberAustin Chronicle
    Google broadband services coming to AustinBangalorean Mag
    OregonLive.com -Silicon Hills News -PC Magazine
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