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  1. What's right (and wrong) with the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 - ZDNet


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    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 and Mini 3 Review: Fantastic, but Largely Unnecessary, TabletsNew York Times
    First iPad Air 2 Reviews: 'Ridiculously Fast', 'Vibrant Display', Thinner Profile ...Mac Rumors
    Apple iPad Mini 3: Premium Price for a Not-So-Premium ProductMashable
    Fortune -ExtremeTech -Morning News USA
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  2. Magic Leap Could Be Oculus Rift Killer - Tom's Guide


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    Magic Leap Could Be Oculus Rift Killer
    Tom's Guide
    Oculus Rift might want to be looking over its virtual (and real) shoulder. Magic Leap, a new startup backed by Google, plans to put augmented reality projections into the physical world. The company has announced that it has raised a staggering $542 million ...
    Sketchy suggestion of “different direction” for Google Glass as company invests ...9 to 5 Google
    Google, Qualcomm Invest $542 Million In Magic LeapChinatopix
    Google Leads $542 Million Funding Round For Virtual Reality StartupBidness ETC
    Wired -Crossmap -ZDNet
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  3. IBM Needs to Get Its Head in the Cloud - Bloomberg View


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    IBM Needs to Get Its Head in the Cloud
    Bloomberg View
    When IBM talks about building out a great cloud computing business, it's telling shareholders exactly what they want to hear. Cloud computing is one of the most important technological trends of the last decade and it's a business that IBM should be trying to ...
    The Nature of the IBM 'Crisis'New York Times (blog)
    (ITU) (Yonhap Interview) IBM in transition from hardware to mobile: officialGlobalPost
    Why Can Apple Make Things But IBM Can't?Forbes
    Fortune -Fox Business
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  4. Sticker Shock Doesn't Stop the Chinese From Buying iPhones - Bloomberg


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    Sticker Shock Doesn't Stop the Chinese From Buying iPhones
    Bloomberg
    On Alibaba's vast Chinese shopping site, you can buy a pedicure-massage chair for $800. If you want to buy a new iPhone in China, it'll typically cost you more than that. Millions of Chinese do anyway. On Apple's earnings call today, CEO Tim Cook said 20 ...
    iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus may be tough to find through the holidaysCNET
    Officially available only in the US, Apple Pay works internationally tooTechSpot
    Apple Pay Gets Real: A Few Glitches, Many Successes, Lots Of Diet CokeForbes
    Apple Insider -Tom's Guide -Tech Times
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  5. Feds confused, investors panicked over Takata airbags - USA TODAY


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    Feds confused, investors panicked over Takata airbags
    USA TODAY
    U.S. safety regulators today dramatically boosted, to at least 7.78 million, the number of U.S. vehicles in danger because of faulty Takata air bags, and told owners "with urgency" to get their previously recalled vehicles fixed at once. That amounts to very strong ...
    Recall? What Recall? Automakers Will Still Buy Takata's AirbagsBusinessweek
    Toyota exec stands by Takata as supplier despite air bag troublesReuters
    More Cars Added to Air Bag Recall ListWall Street Journal
    ABC News
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  6. iMac with Retina display review: A best-in-class screen makes it worth the high ... - Engadget


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    iMac with Retina display review: A best-in-class screen makes it worth the high ...
    Engadget
    When Apple held one of its big keynotes last week, it was easy to think of it as "iPad day." Sure enough, the company announced some upgraded tablets, but it was a desktop, of all things, that stole the show. Though the new 27-inch iMac with Retina display ...
    New iMac's features change the game for picture editingSydney Morning Herald
    The early reviews are out for the iMac with Retina 5K display, and the tl;dr ...9 to 5 Mac (blog)
    5K isn't just a big number for Apple's record-setting iMac, it's true innovationDigital Trends
    Mac Rumors -Tech Times
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  7. HP's Sprout allegedly melds a PC, projector, a 3D scanner, and could create ... - Digital Trends


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    HP's Sprout allegedly melds a PC, projector, a 3D scanner, and could create ...
    Digital Trends
    You've no doubt heard of and seen odd remixes and mash-ups before. The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones, Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man, and the collaboration between Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. on a version of “Walk This Way” are some examples that ...
    HP to unveil 3D-scanning PC next week - reportPCR-online.biz

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  8. UPDATE 1-Daimler sees $780 million windfall from sale of Tesla stake - Reuters


    UPDATE 1-Daimler sees $780 million windfall from sale of Tesla stake
    Reuters
    ... * Daimler sells down 4 pct Tesla stake. * Daimler says technological cooperation not impacted. * Stake sale to bring 2014 EBIT gain. * Tesla declines to comment (Adds details of the transaction). FRANKFURT, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Daimler AG said on Tuesday ...
    Competition? Daimler Selling? Tesla Fears Not These ThingsBarron's (blog)

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  9. BMW to fix fuel economy labels on Mini Coopers after US EPA test - Reuters


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    BMW to fix fuel economy labels on Mini Coopers after US EPA test
    Reuters
    DETROIT (Reuters) - BMW AG will lower fuel economy claims for four 2014 Mini Cooper models after testing by the U.S. Environmental Agency, the EPA said on Wednesday. The EPA tested the four models and oversaw tests by BMW technicians and came ...
    BMW dropping mileage ratings on '14 Mini CooperThe Detroit News
    EPA: Gas mileage inflated on 4 Mini Cooper modelsU.S. News & World Report

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  10. Bankruptcy Court Approves Closure of Apple's Mesa Plant - KJZZ


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    Bankruptcy Court Approves Closure of Apple's Mesa Plant
    KJZZ
    The closure of Apple Inc.'s sapphire glass plant in Mesa is a done deal, but it's unclear how much the public will ever know about what went wrong. The bankruptcy court in Springfield, Mass. approved the closure on Tuesday after Apple and its sapphire glass ...
    Apple Inc., GT Advanced Technologies Inc To SettleValueWalk
    GT and Apple agree 'amicable parting of ways'Irish Times
    Apple, GT in SECRET SAPPHIRE peaceable parting PACTRegister
    Reuters -Virtual Press Office (press release)
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