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  1. Nokia's Q3 Results Show Turnaround Continues Since Handset Unit Sale - NDTV


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    Nokia's Q3 Results Show Turnaround Continues Since Handset Unit Sale
    NDTV
    Nokia is showing signs that it has turned around its fortunes following the sale of its ailing cellphone unit to Microsoft. The slimmed-down Finnish company said Thursday that it made a third-quarter net profit of EUR 747 million ($950 million) of the year, ...
    Microsoft beats expectations thanks to strong sales of phones and tabletsIrish Times
    Nokia turnaround since handset unit sale continuesFinancial Express
    Microsoft sales beat Street hopes, cloud profits upReuters
    iAfrica.com -Times of India -Sky News
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  2. Facebook introduces 'Rooms' for chat - India Today


    India Today

    Facebook introduces 'Rooms' for chat
    India Today
    Facebook has returned to the old-age Internet with its newly launched 'Rooms' application where users can create virtual rooms and chat online without revealing their true identity. The app made its debut in the US and Britain for iPhone after registering ...
    Facebook launches anonymous message board app RoomsSydney Morning Herald
    Facebook launches chat room app based on people's interestPhilippine Star
    Facebook unveils anonymous chat app 'Rooms'Times of India
    Firstpost -Telegraph.co.uk -USA TODAY
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  3. What does beating a dead horse look like? Look no further than the US TV ... - Register


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    What does beating a dead horse look like? Look no further than the US TV ...
    Register
    Embattled TV biz Aereo was dealt a stunning blow on Thursday when a US judge barred the service from streaming live television over the internet. Judge Alison Nathan made the decision in a copyright-infringement case brought against Aereo by American ...
    Judge formally bans Aereo from streaming live TV to devicesEngadget
    Aereo denied license request, but hope remainsSlashGear
    Aereo barred from retransmitting broadcast TVCNET
    Reuters -Businessweek
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  4. Ello converts to a PBC to remain ad free - ZDNet


    Times of India

    Ello converts to a PBC to remain ad free
    ZDNet
    Social network Ello has announced that it will continue to remain ad free, despite recent speculations that suggested it will be forced to allow paid ads onto its network. Ello said to ensure that it always remains ad free, it has converted to a public benefit ...
    Ello Says Hello to New Venture Capital, But Not AdsInc.com
    Ello legally bars itself from ever showing adsVatorNews
    Ello Raises $5.5 Million For Ad-Free Social NetworkMediaPost Communications
    BBC News -Daily Mail -techrockies.com
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  5. With Inbox, Google dares to be different - CNET


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    With Inbox, Google dares to be different
    CNET
    The bold, new interface to Gmail likely will confuse and alienate a lot of people. But somebody needs to give us a better way to handle email overload. by Stephen Shankland · @stshank; 23 October 2014 2:59 pm BST. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin.
    How Google's New 'Inbox' Product for Gmail Could Change Email ForeverABC News
    CIOs Say Email is Here to StayWall Street Journal (blog)
    Google Begins Sending Out Inbox Invites, Second Round In ProgressUbergizmo
    CBS News -ExtremeTech -Las Vegas Review-Journal
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  6. Senators ask government for nationwide air bag recall - Dallas Morning News


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    Senators ask government for nationwide air bag recall
    Dallas Morning News
    This 2005 Honda Accord's air bag exploded during a low-speed crash yet hadn't been recalled in California. The Dallas Morning News. FROM WIRE REPORTS. Published: 23 October 2014 10:27 PM. Updated: 23 October 2014 10:29 PM. DETROIT — Two ...
    Honda executive says will keep doing business with TakataReuters
    Massive airbag recall now a global problemIrish Times
    Airbag defects affect more than 30 million vehicles in USReading Eagle
    Lynchburg News and Advance
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  7. iPad Air 2 review: It's thinner, faster and slicker - Mirror.co.uk


    Mirror.co.uk

    iPad Air 2 review: It's thinner, faster and slicker
    Mirror.co.uk
    Having shifted 225million tablets since being first unveiled by Steve Jobs four years ago, this latest iteration is all about refinement rather than revolution. Officially the world's thinnest tablet, the iPad Air 2 measures a mere 6.1mm thick, compared to the ...
    SingTel releases price plans for Apple's new iPad Air 2 and mini 3AsiaOne
    SingTel to offer Apple's new iPads from todayChannel News Asia
    iPad Mini Vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: Design, Display, Hardware, Operating ...KDramaStars
    GMA News -TechnologyTell -EE Times
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  8. Friday Poll: How do you like Apple Pay so far? - CNET


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    Friday Poll: How do you like Apple Pay so far?
    CNET
    Apple Pay has arrived and Touch ID-device owners have had a shot at trying it out. Let us know if you're loving it, hating it or feeling totally indifferent. by Amanda Kooser · @akooser; October 23, 2014 11:00 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin.
    Apple Pay Glitch Charges Some Users Twice For the Same TransactionDumb-Out
    BofA Customers Double-Charged in Apple Pay SnafuBloomberg
    Bank of America to refund Apple Pay customers charged twice in billing glitchabc7news.com
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  9. Apple still on the hunt for sapphire displays for mobile devices - Beta Wired


    Christian Science Monitor

    Apple still on the hunt for sapphire displays for mobile devices
    Beta Wired
    While its primary manufacturing partner has gone into bankruptcy, Apple is still looking into the possibility of fitting its mobile devices with ultra-tough sapphire displays. Advertisement. GT Advanced Technologies had at one time been contracted to produce ...
    Apple, GT Advanced Technologies in Agreement on Sapphire MaterialsWall Street Journal
    Apple continues eyeing sapphire screens despite losing its main supplierTechRadar UK

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  10. Google teams up with Oxford researchers to teach machines how to think - Firstpost


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    Google teams up with Oxford researchers to teach machines how to think
    Firstpost
    San Francisco: Google today announced a partnership with artificial intelligence teams at Oxford University to teach machines to think like people. Oxford professors behind spinoff startups Dark Blue Labs and Vision Factory will work with DeepMind, ...

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