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  1. FCC Delays Auction of TV Airwaves for Mobile - New York Times


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    FCC Delays Auction of TV Airwaves for Mobile
    New York Times
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission said on Friday that it would postpone until early 2016 a planned auction of airwaves now used by broadcast television stations for use by mobile phone companies. The commission attributed the ...
    US FCC now anticipates start of incentive auction in early 2016Reuters
    FCC delays 600MHz TV spectrum auction until 2016TmoNews
    FCC Again Delays 600 MHz Incentive AuctionsWireless Week
    Australian Techworld
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  2. New Apple tablets impress, but aren't must-haves - The Seattle Times


    The Seattle Times

    New Apple tablets impress, but aren't must-haves
    The Seattle Times
    Apple's new iPads, the iPaid Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, are the best tablets on the market today. Expensive, too. By FARHAD MANJOO. The New York Times. PREV of NEXT. The iPad Air 2, left, starts at $499, is faster and thinner than · Enlarge this photo.
    Review: New iPad as a camera? Unwieldy, but goodUSA TODAY
    Wolverton: New iPad impresses, but not enough to reverse the negative trendSan Jose Mercury News
    AT&T Locks Apple SIM Cards on New iPadsPC Magazine
    CNET -Fox News -Mac Rumors
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  3. Lollipop stops Chromium bugs from endangering Android - ZDNet


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    Lollipop stops Chromium bugs from endangering Android
    ZDNet
    Android 5.0 Lollipop, set to be released in November, fixes a design issue in Android KitKat that left the OS exposed to newly-disclosed bugs in the Chromium project. Google has quietly introduced a fairly important change for Android devices going forward ...
    Our First Look at Android Lollipop and the New Nexus DevicesWired
    Android 5.0 Lollipop to launch November 3 -- reportCNET
    Lollipop unwrapped: Chromium WebView will update via Google PlayRegister
    Mind Of The Geek -PCWorld (blog) -Fudzilla
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  4. Google chief Larry Page gives Sundar Pichai keys to the kingdom - Register


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    Google chief Larry Page gives Sundar Pichai keys to the kingdom
    Register
    Ten years after joining Google and with running Android, Chrome, and Google Apps already on his plate, Sundar Pichai's star has now risen even higher, gaining a new tranche of responsibilities in the process. On Friday afternoon, Google CEO Larry Page ...
    Google's Pichai Oversee Major Products and ServicesCapital Wired
    Google's Sundar Pichai to oversee major products, servicesLivemint
    India's Sundai Pichai to head key Google products, servicesTimes of India
    Business Standard
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  5. Apple to fold Beats Music into iTunes next year - Digital Trends


    Times of India

    Apple to fold Beats Music into iTunes next year
    Digital Trends
    Following swirling rumors of a transition and/or shutdown of Apple's newly acquired streaming service, Beats Music, the Wall Street Journal is reporting today that, yes, Beats Music as we know it will go away next year, folding into Apple's floundering iTunes ...
    Apple iTunes sees big drop in music salesMarketWatch
    Beats Music To Be Integrated Into iTunes Next Year [Rumor]Ubergizmo

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  6. Nest acquires Revolv, adds a slew of new products to its smart home ecosystem - Digital Trends


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    Nest acquires Revolv, adds a slew of new products to its smart home ecosystem
    Digital Trends
    It's been nearly five months since Nest launched it's Works With Nest developer program, and in that time, the company has been adding outside companies to its ecosystem at a feverish pace. There's already a handful of different gizmos –everything from ...
    More smart device makers sign up to work with NestCNET
    Google's Nest Unit Buys Home-Automation Startup RevolvBusinessweek
    Nest acquires home automation startup RevolvUncover California
    Forbes -Ubergizmo -New York Times (blog)
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  7. Taking Apple Pay for a Spin - Barron's


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    Taking Apple Pay for a Spin
    Barron's
    The iPhone 6 has a new app designed to foil hackers bent on stealing your credit-card data. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook. Share. Twitter. Google+. LinkedIn. smaller; Larger. close ...
    Which is safer: Apple Pay or credit cards?The Denver Channel
    Does Apple Pay trust your spouse more than you do?Fox News
    Apple Pay has landed, but its effects on mobile marketing are still up in the airVentureBeat
    CNET -SFGate -Computerworld
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  8. Upstart social networks may fall on their face - SFGate


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    Upstart social networks may fall on their face
    SFGate
    Everyone is so tired of Facebook. Everyone has always been so tired of Facebook. In the years since Facebook grew from being a digital college yearbook to a global octopus of connectivity, the only thing as reliable as the service's ubiquity was the ...
    Ello Enshrines Ad-Free Status in Charter and Raises $5.5 MillionNew York Times
    Ello Cements Pledge to Stay Ad-FreePC Magazine
    Ello's new legal status leaves questions unansweredAl Jazeera America
    Digital Trends -MediaPost Communications -Top Tech News
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  9. Cheapo telcos fined for their cheapo security: Financial records on 305000 ... - Register


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    Cheapo telcos fined for their cheapo security: Financial records on 305000 ...
    Register
    American watchdog the FCC is fining a pair of US mobile operators for an astonishing lack of security in handling customer information. The commission said that TerraCom Wireless and YourTel Wireless improperly stored information on 305,000 customers ...
    FCC: Phone companies posted private info onlineBusinessweek

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  10. Android Lollypop coming to Samsung Galaxy S5 in December - Uncover California


    Uncover California

    Android Lollypop coming to Samsung Galaxy S5 in December
    Uncover California
    Samsung Galaxy S5 users will be able to upgrade to latest Android OS 5 Lollypop in December according to reports published in blog SamMobile. Samsung has not officially announced update for Android operating system for its mobile devices. Samsung ...

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