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  1. Google tests airborne drones to deliver goods - Reuters


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    Google tests airborne drones to deliver goods
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    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is developing airborne drones capable of flying on their own and delivering anything from candy to medicine, the Internet company said on Thursday. The effort, which Google calls Project Wing, marks the company's ...
    Google reveals drone delivery plan with video of dog food dropWashington Post
    Project Wing is Google's drone-based goods delivery systemBetaNews
    Google is testing drone deliveryInquirer
    Telegraph.co.uk -Register -TechRadar UK
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  2. Apple iPhone 6 event officially set for Sept. 9 - CNET


    CNN

    Apple iPhone 6 event officially set for Sept. 9
    CNET
    Invites from the Cupertino, Calif., electronics giant give almost no hints, saying "wish we could say more." But the general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone. by Shara Tibken · @sharatibken; August 28, 2014 9:11 AM PDT. comments. 0.
    iPhone 6: What does Apple's invite mean?Telegraph.co.uk
    How Apple's smartwatch announcement triggered chaos at Samsung and LGTimes of India
    Shhh: Super-secret Apple event scheduled for Sept. 9 probably has something ...Washington Post
    Inquirer -Business Standard -Sydney Morning Herald
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  3. Google strips content authorship from search engine results - ITProPortal


    ITProPortal

    Google strips content authorship from search engine results
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    Google has made the decision to stop authorship markup when it comes to search results. In other words, previously when you searched and saw a relevant article pop up, you'd also see the author and a link to his or her Google+ account. However, those ...
    Google drops authorship functionality from search resultsZee News
    Google Authorship Comes To An EndTheDomains.com
    Google stops showing who wrote what in its search resultsEngadget
    CNET -ANINEWS
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  4. Nokia: Read our Maps, Samsung... We're HERE for the Gear - Register


    USA TODAY

    Nokia: Read our Maps, Samsung... We're HERE for the Gear
    Register
    Ostensibly getting Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone manufacturer, to use Nokia's HERE Maps is a huge win. Unfortunately it's not Samsung throwing Google Maps out of its smartphones but rather a realisation that Google isn't going to rush to port ...
    Samsung Gear Circle Brings Notifications to Your NeckTom's Guide
    Nokia's powerful HERE comes to Samsung Galaxy smartphonesBetaNews
    Nokia's Here Maps Its Future On Samsung With Its First Android And Tizen AppsTechCrunch
    Uncover California -Gizmodo -Android Headlines - Android News
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  5. UPDATE 1-China to offer tax breaks on electric cars, limited mostly to local brands - Reuters


    Reuters

    UPDATE 1-China to offer tax breaks on electric cars, limited mostly to local brands
    Reuters
    (Recasts with details). SHANGHAI Aug 29 (Reuters) - China said on Friday it would offer tax breaks on purchases of electric cars predominantly made by Chinese automakers, in its latest policy measure to boost green vehicles in the world's biggest auto ...
    Tesla to build China charging network with UnicomFortune
    Tesla, Chinese Firm Plan 400 Charging StationsABC News
    Tesla signs deal to set up 400 charging points in ChinaAutomotive News
    Washington Post
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  6. Google VP favourite to become next US chief technology officer - IT PRO


    IT PRO

    Google VP favourite to become next US chief technology officer
    IT PRO
    Google VP Megan Smith could be about to join the Obama administration as the US chief technology officer. Smith has been at Google for over 10 years and is currently the VP of special projects facility Google X. She is the favourite to replace outgoing Todd ...

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  7. iPhone 6 -- the jolt that mobile payments need - CNET


    Economic Times

    iPhone 6 -- the jolt that mobile payments need
    CNET
    Mobile payments, or the notion that you can pay for goods and services at the checkout with your smartphone, may finally break into the mainstream if Apple and the iPhone 6 get involved. While Apple doesn't talk about future products, Wired was the latest to ...
    iPhone 6 NFC-Based Payments, Sapphire Screens: Latest Rumours Ahead of ...NDTV
    Apple taps NXP to develop pay-by-touch tech for next iPhoneZDNet
    More Evidence of NFC Support for Both iPhone 6 ModelsMac Rumors
    Reuters Canada
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  8. Spice Fire One Mi-FX 1 Firefox OS Smartphone Launched at Rs. 2299 - NDTV


    NDTV

    Spice Fire One Mi-FX 1 Firefox OS Smartphone Launched at Rs. 2299
    NDTV
    Spice, as promised last week, has officially launched the Fire One Mi-FX 1 at Rs. 2,299 MOP (market operating price). The company has confirmed that its first Firefox OS smartphone will be initially available at Snapdeal; however it will later be made available ...
    Spice rolls out Spice Fire One – Mi FX1@ Rs.2229Technuter

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  9. Questionable Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Leak Emerges as Launch Date Approaches - Rush Times


    Rush Times

    Questionable Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Leak Emerges as Launch Date Approaches
    Rush Times
    Questionable Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Leak Emerges as Launch Date Approaches Samsung has been known for its secrecy when it comes to the design of its upcoming devices, but it was just a few weeks ago when supposed leaks of the Galaxy Note 4 ...
    One Of Samsung's Ads For The New Galaxy Note 4 Disappeared After It Was ...Business Insider
    Galaxy Note 4 gets dubious leaks, one last teaser videoSlashGear
    Samsung Asks NYC Street-Goers to Compare Galaxy Tab S and iPad Air in New ...Mac Rumors
    Stuff Magazine -Latino Post -9 to 5 Mac (blog)
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  10. Video games as spectator sport on Twitch - Herald Sun


    Video games as spectator sport on Twitch
    Herald Sun
    VIDEO games have been a spectator sport since teenagers crowded around arcade machines to watch friends play Pac-Man. AND for decades, kids have gathered in living rooms to marvel at how others master games like Street Fighter II and Super Mario ...

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