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  1. Oculus Rift Headset: Facebook Offers $500 Reward for Every Bug Users Find - Capital OTC


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    Oculus Rift Headset: Facebook Offers $500 Reward for Every Bug Users Find
    Capital OTC
    Last year Facebook had paid $1.5 billion as sops for users who found bugs in its system and now it has again offered sops to find bugs in Oculus Rift. Facebook now owns Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset and it is calling upon users to report any bugs ...

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  2. Islamic State Migrates to Open-Source Social Network After Twitter and YouTube ... - Chinatopix


    Islamic State Migrates to Open-Source Social Network After Twitter and YouTube ...
    Chinatopix
    Isis has several Diaspora accounts and has been posting propaganda images, videos and text to promote its murderous cause. Like Us on Facebook. Diaspora is a diffuse social network platform and thus has no central server. It only relies on multiple smaller ...

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  3. Monkey Selfie Cannot Be Copyrighted: US Regulator - NDTV


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    Monkey Selfie Cannot Be Copyrighted: US Regulator
    NDTV
    The US Copyright Office has confirmed Wikimedia's conclusion that a monkey - or any other animal - that takes a selfie does not own the copyright of the photo, and nor does the photographer who owns the camera. The selfie thus becomes unprotected ...
    Monkey cannot own copyright of selfie US regulatorJagran Post
    The U.S. Copyright Office Has Ruled That Photos Taken By Animals Cannot Be ...Uproxx
    Monkey Selfie Can't Be Copyrighted, US Regulators ConfirmNBCNews.com
    Los Angeles Times -Stuff.co.nz -Boing Boing
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  4. The Microsoft Store: A wretched hive of scams and fake apps - ZDNet


    Economic Times

    The Microsoft Store: A wretched hive of scams and fake apps
    ZDNet
    One of the new features that the post-PC world has made popular is the concept of the app store. These app stores offer users a chance to browse and download apps from a single official repository with just a few clicks or taps. Apple has an app store.
    Windows 9 inbound: Microsoft to unveil Windows 'Threshold' in September ...PCWorld (blog)
    Microsoft Windows 9 to be previewed September 30: What are the biggest ...Firstpost
    Microsoft to Unveil Windows 9 on September 30: ReportNDTV
    Business Standard
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  5. Cult of T-Mob US wants you to INDOCTRINATE your friends and family - Register


    SFGate

    Cult of T-Mob US wants you to INDOCTRINATE your friends and family
    Register
    T-Mobile US has promised a year's free mobile data for subscribers who convince friends and family to join its network. The biz said that from 29 August it will reward customers who refer peeps from other carriers with one year of free LTE data for both the ...
    T-Mobile is promising free unlimited data for a year for customers who recruit ...Tech Times
    T-Mobile lures Sprint customers with unlimited LTE offerAndroid Community
    Sprint follows family plan with new unlimited offer at $60 a monthKansas City Star
    News For Shoppers -ABC News -Wall Street Journal (blog)
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  6. Exclusive: Apple iPhone 6 screen snag leaves supply chain scrambling - Reuters


    Reuters

    Exclusive: Apple iPhone 6 screen snag leaves supply chain scrambling
    Reuters
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Suppliers to Apple Inc are scrambling to get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6 smartphone as the need to redesign a key component disrupted panel production ahead of next month's expected launch, supply chain sources said.
    Apple's iPhone 6 and its much talked Sapphire displayPCQuest
    Broken phone screen?Independent Online
    3 Reasons iPhone 6 Sales Will Be Absolutely BonkersHuffington Post

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  7. How to hack Gmail 92 percent of the time - ZDNet


    Firstpost

    How to hack Gmail 92 percent of the time
    ZDNet
    US researchers have discovered a flaw which may exist across Android, Windows, and iOS operating systems, and could allow popular services such as Gmail to become compromised. Security experts from the University of California Riverside Bourns ...
    New Apps Are ExceptionalAmerican Live Wire
    Researchers successfully hack Gmail app 9 out of 10 times: ReportBusiness Standard
    Five apps that will make you say 'Wow!'Charleston Post Courier
    Zee News -CNET -Register
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  8. Honda bumper replacement 'unprecedented' - Press Herald


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    Honda bumper replacement 'unprecedented'
    Press Herald
    The woman tells police they intended to turn the girls, 7 and 12, into slaves, and the prosecutor says the girls were sexually abused. More Headlines. Woman sentenced for giving drug to teen who hit, killed bicyclists · USM will teach students how to hack, and ...
    Honda Fit Now More Fit For SafetyDumb-Out
    Honda recalls Fits to boost crash resistanceWWMT-TV
    Honda recalling 12000 Fit vehicles to bump up safetyTech Times
    Torque News -Businessweek
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  9. Comcast Develops Xfinity on Campus as College Cable Service - Dumb-Out


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    Comcast Develops Xfinity on Campus as College Cable Service
    Dumb-Out
    The American college campus is a treasure trove of potential consumers for the brand smart enough to know how to market to this specific demographic. While it is not always easy to physically get onto a campus to directly market your brand to young adults ...
    Comcast Strategy involves College CampusesAngle Chronicle
    Comcast's latest location: on campusCNNMoney
    Comcast bundles for collegeInvestor's Business Daily
    PC Magazine -Wall Street Journal (blog) -Businessweek
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  10. Uber Lets Partners Integrate Services Through API - Fox Business


    Uber Lets Partners Integrate Services Through API
    Fox Business
    First, the transportation startup announced it is piloting same-day grocery delivery services in Washington, D.C. Now, Uber is opening up its API to help users book rides while in apps used for travel, dating and financial management. With Uber's first 11 ...

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