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  1. Net Neutrality May Extend Phone Regulations to Broadband - Businessweek


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    Net Neutrality May Extend Phone Regulations to Broadband
    Businessweek
    Public advocacy groups said they are making progress in talks with U.S. regulators to apply utility-style rules to ensure broadband providers treat Web traffic fairly. “The baseline of what we can expect has gone up,” Chris Riley, senior policy engineer with ...
    FCC Considering Hybrid Regulatory Approach to Net NeutralityNew York Times
    Leaked FCC Report Details Weak "Hybrid" Plans For Net NeutralityForbes
    FCC chairman floats 'hybrid' ruling on net neutralityTribune-Review
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  2. Android Circuit: Motorola's Superior Android, Xiaomi Fights For Third, Note 4 ... - Forbes


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    Android Circuit: Motorola's Superior Android, Xiaomi Fights For Third, Note 4 ...
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    Taking a look back at the week in news across the Android world, this week's Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including the Note 4 vs the iPhone 6 Plus, the Droid Turbo's confirmed specs, Lenovo completes its Motorola purchase, Samsung ...
    Motorola launches DROID TurboWest Texas News
    Phone Comparisons: Motorola Droid Turbo vs. Moto X (2014)Android Headlines - Android News
    Motorola Droid Turbo Initial Battery Test Reveals About A Day's Worth Of UseUbergizmo
    Stabley Times -Android Central -PC Magazine
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  3. Amazon Discloses More Diverse Workforce Than Silicon Valley's - Businessweek


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    Amazon Discloses More Diverse Workforce Than Silicon Valley's
    Businessweek
    Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN:US) said women make up 37 percent of its total global staff and 25 percent of its managers, showing a more diverse workforce than many Silicon Valley technology companies. Of the online retailer's U.S. workforce, 15 percent are ...
    Amazon's new diversity report tells a familiar taleSlashGear
    Amazon Diversity Report Reveals Predominantly White, Male WorkforceThe Utah People's Post
    Amazon is largely white and male, according to company diversity dataWashington Post
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  4. HP's Sprout is like no computer you've ever seen - CBS News


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    HP's Sprout is like no computer you've ever seen
    CBS News
    It has a touchscreen all-in-one monitor running Windows 8, but that's about where the familiar part of the new Sprout by HP ends. Where your keyboard should go, HP has placed a capacitive touch mat. Arching up and over the 23-inch HD screen is the Sprout ...
    HP Reveals New, Ultra-Fast 3D-Printing SystemPC Magazine
    3-D printing CEO: We'll be ready for HPCNBC
    Stratasys sees robust 3D-printing market as HP reveals plansReuters
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  5. Hands on: Getting to know Google's new Nexus 6 - Computerworld


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    Hands on: Getting to know Google's new Nexus 6
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    The Nexus 6 is big, beautiful, and full of sweet Android Lollipop flavor. Here's an early hands-on look at Google's new flagship phone. Computerworld | Oct 31, 2014 10:15 AM PT. Google · Nexus · Motorola ...
    Hands On With the Google Nexus PlayerPC Magazine
    Google's Android VP on why a pricier Nexus 6 may lead to higher salesCNET
    Nexus 6 destined to flop owing to high price and pre-order disasterInquirer
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  6. The Globe's stars and dogs for the week: Fiat Chrysler shares are burning rubber - The Globe and Mail


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    The Globe's stars and dogs for the week: Fiat Chrysler shares are burning rubber
    The Globe and Mail
    A humorous look at the companies that caught our eye, for better or worse, this week. Fiat Chrysler. FCAU (NYSE). Oct. 31, 2014 close: $11.46 (U.S.) up $1.96 or 20.6% over week. Waste of money: Buying a Ferrari to drive in downtown Toronto. Good use of ...
    UPDATE 1-US regulators fine Ferrari $3.5 million for not filing reportsReuters
    NHTSA fines Ferrari $3.5 millionDetroit Free Press
    Ferrari cuts loose - is this the beginning of the end?Sydney Morning Herald

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  7. Microsoft unveils Apple Watch rival that works with iOS, Android - USA NEWS


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    Microsoft unveils Apple Watch rival that works with iOS, Android
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    NEW YORK -- Microsoft is releasing a $199 fitness band that also checks your e mail and even pays for coffee as the computer software firm seeks to challenge Apple and other people in the nevertheless-infant market place for wearable devices.
    Biz to Go: Microsoft unveils fitness gadget, health trackingRichmond Times-Dispatch
    Microsoft Band fitness device launched at $199Financial Express
    Microsoft Launches 'Band,' Its First Fitness WearableeWeek
    TIME -TechnologyTell -The Mercury
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  8. Amazon Kindle Fire HD7 Kids Edition is not just for kids - Fox News


    Amazon Kindle Fire HD7 Kids Edition is not just for kids
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    Amazon's recent product announcement included its first tablet just for children, the Fire HD Kids Edition. This standard 6- or 7-inch Fire HD tablet comes with two extras that should give parents some peace of mind: a rugged case and a two-year “worry free” ...

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  9. You Can Now Access Facebook On Tor - ReadWrite


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    You Can Now Access Facebook On Tor
    ReadWrite
    Facebook may have a troubled history with user privacy, but it certainly works hard to protect its users' security. The social network has just made Facebook available over Tor, an open source security solution that encrypts messages through multiple network ...

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  10. Google Updates Flu Trends to Improve Accuracy - Businessweek


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    Google Updates Flu Trends to Improve Accuracy
    Businessweek
    Google Inc. (GOOGL:US) is updating the software model it uses to estimate the spread of the flu to improve its accuracy, so that public health officials can quickly respond to outbreaks. The company introduced Google Flu Trends in 2008 to help track the ...
    Google to improve on US flu trend predictionThe Malay Mail Online
    Google Retools Its Flu Prediction Engine — After Getting It WrongWall Street Journal (blog)
    The New Thing in Google Flu Trends Is Traditional DataNew York Times (blog)
    Gigaom -SeniorJournal.com
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