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  1. Apple iPad Mini 3: Premium Price for a Not-So-Premium Product - Mashable


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    Apple iPad Mini 3: Premium Price for a Not-So-Premium Product
    Mashable
    What can I say about the iPad mini 3 that hasn't already been said? No, seriously, what can I say? Apple's latest mini is essentially the same product as the first iPad Mini With Retina display with exactly four upgrades, only three of which are significant.
    What's right (and wrong) with the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3ZDNet
    iPad Air 2 Benchmarks Boast Its Processing PowerMorning News USA
    iPad Mini 3 Review: Apple's Small Tablet Stays Mostly The SameMSN News
    JBG News -Business News Daily -AppAdvice
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  2. Google, Qualcomm Invest $542 Million In Magic Leap - Chinatopix


    Wall Street Journal

    Google, Qualcomm Invest $542 Million In Magic Leap
    Chinatopix
    (Photo : Magic Leap) Augmented-reality developer Magic Leap has had an incredibly successful Series B funding round, with Google and Qualcomm leading the $542 million investment. share on facebook. share on twitter. Augmented reality has already ...
    Google, Qualcomm pitch in on $542m Magic Leap fundingZDNet
    Google and Others Sink $542 Million Into Mystery Virtual Reality VentureMashable
    Hollywood, Silicon Valley make $542-million bet on curious Magic LeapLos Angeles Times
    Businessweek -Reuters -Re/code
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  3. Hacks targeting Chinese iCloud users prompt Apple CEO Tim Cook to meet ... - Apple Insider


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    Hacks targeting Chinese iCloud users prompt Apple CEO Tim Cook to meet ...
    Apple Insider
    Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has reportedly traveled to Beijing to meet with the vice premier of China to discuss protecting user data, a meeting prompted by recent hacks targeting iCloud users in the country. Cook met with Vice Premier Ma Kai in ...
    APPLE support doc CONFIRMS 'ORGANIZED NETWORK ATTACKS'Register
    Apple's iCloud network under attackDetroit Free Press
    Apple CEO Cook Meets With Top Chinese Official Amid Hacking ClaimsAuto World News
    The Legacy -The Australian -Latinos Post
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  4. Microsoft warns of Windows zero-day; hackers serve exploits in PowerPoint files - Computerworld


    Computerworld

    Microsoft warns of Windows zero-day; hackers serve exploits in PowerPoint files
    Computerworld
    Microsoft on Tuesday warned Windows users that cyber criminals are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability using malicious PowerPoint documents sent as email attachments. In an advisory, Microsoft outlined the bug and provided a one-click tool from its "Fixit" ...
    Microsoft Security Advisory released on OLE bug vulnerability in Microsoft Office ...WinBeta
    Microsoft pulls faulty Windows Patch Tuesday fixV3.co.uk

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  5. iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus may be tough to find through the holidays - CNET


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    iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus may be tough to find through the holidays
    CNET
    When asked whether supply will start to reach demand, Apple CEO Tim Cook says, "We're not even on the same planet." by Roger Cheng · @RogerWCheng; October 20, 2014 2:52 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more. more +.
    Apple Pay Gets Real: A Few Glitches, Many Successes, Lots Of Diet CokeForbes
    Verbatim: Apple's Tim Cook defends the iPadFortune
    Apple Pay: Where You Can (and Can't) Use ItTom's Guide
    Macworld -Maine News Online -Latinos Post
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  6. Apple and GT have agreed to an 'amicable parting of the ways' - Fortune


    Tech Times

    Apple and GT have agreed to an 'amicable parting of the ways'
    Fortune
    GT Advanced Technologies GTATQ announced in a Springfield, Mass., bankruptcy court Tuesday that it had signed an agreement with Apple Inc., its largest creditor. Under the terms of the deal, GT will retain ownership of 2,036 furnaces in Mesa, Arizona, that ...
    Apple and supplier GT strike breakup dealZDNet
    GT and Apple agree 'amicable parting of ways'Irish Times
    Apple and GT Advanced appear to bury the hatchetFudzilla
    Reuters -CNET -The Mac Observer
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  7. PhotoMath app solves equations for you - CNN


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    PhotoMath app solves equations for you
    CNN
    (CNN) -- Say it with us: Kids today have it sooooo easy. A new smartphone app will do their math homework for them, provided it's not too complicated. PhotoMath by microblink uses a phone's camera to solve equations and then teaches you the step-by-step ...
    This Free App Will Solve Math Problems For YouHuffington Post
    Looking for an easy A? PhotoMath solves equations with your phone's cameraDigital Trends
    PhotoMath a free app that is cinched to solve your woes in dealing with math ...Empire State Tribune
    Mic -Technabob (blog) -iAfrica.com
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  8. Daimler sells stake in Tesla for $780 million - SFGate


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    Daimler sells stake in Tesla for $780 million
    SFGate
    Daimler AG says it has sold its 4 percent stake in electric car maker Tesla for $780 million. The buyer was not disclosed. The Germany-based parent of Mercedes-Benz says its partnership with Tesla Motors Inc. is unaffected. Tesla made the battery packs and ...
    Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler sells Tesla stakeUSA TODAY
    Daimler sees $780 mln windfall from sale of Tesla stakeReuters
    Daimler sees $780 million windfall from sale of Tesla stakeeuronews

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  9. Five Ways to Get Consumers to Love Wearable Devices - Businessweek


    Businessweek

    Five Ways to Get Consumers to Love Wearable Devices
    Businessweek
    Wearables are the future. We may all be flashing some type of wearable device in 2020, but most of us don't own one today. In fact, only one in five owns a wearable device now, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers. The survey of 1,000 ...
    Wearable Devices: Privacy, Security Worries Loom LargeInformationWeek
    Employees Excited, Concerned About Wearables in the WorkplaceCIO
    Wearables still a novelty but ripe for growth, says PwC reportSiliconrepublic.com
    SFGate -CNET -ZDNet
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  10. Google picks up Firebase to further ignite app development business - Inquirer


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    Google picks up Firebase to further ignite app development business
    Inquirer
    INTERNET FIRM Google has acquired another outfit, Firebase, a company that works in mobile application development. Firebase will slot into Google's Cloud Platform business, according to statements from the firm, and will allow Google to offer more apps ...
    Google Buys Firebase, Fills Cloud Apps HoleInformationWeek
    Google Acquires Firebase To Shore Up App Development PlatformBidness ETC
    Google Snaps API Developer Firebase For Better Mobile App DevelopmentHeadlines & Global News
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