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  1. Apple's iCloud Storage Service Is Aim of Attack in China - New York Times


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    Apple's iCloud Storage Service Is Aim of Attack in China
    New York Times
    A woman setting up her new iPhone 6 last week in Beijing. IPhone 6 users are thought to be the target of the attack. Credit Feng Li/Getty Images. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This ...
    Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with Chinese official after iCloud attackPCWorld
    After attack on Chinese iCloud users, Apple issues browser security noticeZDNet
    iCloud's man-in-the-middle is from China -- and might work for the gub'mintComputerworld
    Inquirer -Businessweek -Reuters
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  2. What's right (and wrong) with the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 - ZDNet


    ZDNet

    What's right (and wrong) with the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3
    ZDNet
    iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 (Image: Apple). Apple has opened up preorders for the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. These are the devices that will spearhead the Cupertino tech juggernaut's tablet push for the coming year or so. Are the improvements good ...
    iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 Review Roundup: While 'Ridiculously Fast,' Modest ...International Business Times
    iPad Air 2 review roundup: The verdict is out - the best tablet out there yetTech Times
    Sexy iPad Air 2 is fabulous but not a must upgradeUSA TODAY
    Hallels -Inquirer -ITProPortal
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  3. Google, Qualcomm pitch in on $542m Magic Leap funding - ZDNet


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    Google, Qualcomm pitch in on $542m Magic Leap funding
    ZDNet
    Some of the world's largest technology players have leapt at the chance to back Florida-based augmented-reality startup Magic Leap, with Google leading a $542 million Series B financing round, and Qualcomm also pitching in. The two tech giants were ...
    Google Leads $542 Million Funding Round For Virtual Reality StartupBidness ETC
    Why Google Wants to Get Its Hands on Mystery Company 'Magic Leap'Wired
    Mystery startup Magic Leap raises $542 mn from Google, othersFinancial Express
    Mashable -CNET -Los Angeles Times
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  4. Why Apple Pay is Apple's most important product in years - Macworld


    Macworld

    Why Apple Pay is Apple's most important product in years
    Macworld
    The dust is still settling after Apple's iPhone event, where we saw the stunning iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the phones broke sales records all over the globe. They're still sold out in every Apple store in New York City. (Believe me, I looked.) ...
    Apple Pay rewards program may launch this yearTechnologyTell
    Review: Apple Pay in actionHindustan Times
    The Mac is back: Why Apple just set an all-time Mac sales recordQuartz
    Bidness ETC -ITProPortal -TechRadar UK
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  5. It's nearly 2015, and yes, your hoverboard is ready - First Coast News


    First Coast News

    It's nearly 2015, and yes, your hoverboard is ready
    First Coast News
    (WXIA) – Earlier this year, a viral video showing a supposed hoverboard similar to the fictional hoverboard from Back to the Future II caught fire all over the web. Loading… Post to Facebook. It's nearly 2015, and yes, your hoverboard is ready (WXIA) – Earlier ...
    Kickstarter Promises 'Back to the Future' Style HoverboardsCBS Local
    Hoverboard Campaign Sparks Interest On KickstarterDumb-Out
    How would you like your own hoverboard?Irish Examiner
    WYFF Greenville -Crossmap -SFGate
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  6. Microsoft hammers final nail in Nokia's coffin as rebranding is confirmed - Inquirer


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    Microsoft hammers final nail in Nokia's coffin as rebranding is confirmed
    Inquirer
    MICROSOFT IS GEARING UP to stick the final nail in Nokia's coffin with plans to ditch the iconic brand in the "coming weeks". The news was first revealed by The Verge, which heard from Microsoft that it will cull the Nokia brand in favour of 'Microsoft Lumia' ...
    Microsoft officially lays Nokia name to rest, embraces 'Lumia' for Windows PhonesPCWorld
    Nokia brand steps down, Microsoft takes control of the Lumia SeriesFirstpost
    Microsoft officially replaces Nokia brand with LumiaLivemint
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  7. Apple and GT Advanced Reach Deal to End Partnership, GT to Sell Furnaces to ... - Mac Rumors


    Wall Street Journal

    Apple and GT Advanced Reach Deal to End Partnership, GT to Sell Furnaces to ...
    Mac Rumors
    GT Advanced and Apple have reached a deal that will see the two companies dissolving their partnership, according to documents submitted to the court earlier today, reports The Wall Street Journal. According to GT Advanced attorney Luc Despins, the ...
    Apple, GT Strike Deal to Unseal Info, Shutter Arizona Sapphire PlantRe/code
    Apple secrets at risk of disclosure in GT Advanced bankruptcy caseSilicon Valley Business Journal

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  8. This app will help kids cheat on math tests - Quartz


    This app will help kids cheat on math tests
    Quartz
    “Show your work” has long been the math teacher's mantra. Making students write down each step of a math problem prevents them from merely flipping to the back of their textbook to source the correct answer. But there's a new shortcut to math problems that ...

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  9. This key drive actually unlocks something: Authentication via USB comes to ... - PCWorld


    This key drive actually unlocks something: Authentication via USB comes to ...
    PCWorld
    Google's Chrome browser is taking some headaches out of two-step authentication with Security Key, which lets users sign in using a USB device. The new sign-in method works with Google services within the desktop Chrome browser. After entering a ...

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  10. 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 ...
    PwC: Wearable health trackers are not ready yetFudzilla
    Wearables still a novelty but ripe for growth, says PwC reportSiliconrepublic.com
    Wearable health technology still just a novelty, report findsSFGate
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