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  1. Wolverton: Apple Pay great, at stores that accept it - San Jose Mercury News


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    Wolverton: Apple Pay great, at stores that accept it
    San Jose Mercury News
    When Apple Pay launched Monday, my editors decided I needed to go shopping. I didn't have to be asked twice. In fact, I felt like a teenager set loose in a mall with a parent's credit card. Now I just needed to find some places that took my peculiar form of ...
    Tim Cook not worried about China slowdown, says Apple is “investing like crazy”VentureBeat
    Apple Pay: Where You Can (and Can't) Use ItTom's Guide
    Apple's Sales in Greater China SlowsWall Street Journal (blog)
    Phys.Org -Mashable -StockWise Daily
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  2. Samsung Knox devices approved for government use by NSA - PCWorld


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    Samsung Knox devices approved for government use by NSA
    PCWorld
    Samsung Electronics' Galaxy devices have been approved by the U.S. National Security Agency under a program of the agency to quickly deploy commercially available technologies. The Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program only lists devices ...
    Samsung phones cleared for US government useNewsday
    Samsung seeks boost from redesigned Noteseattlepi.com
    Some Samsung Mobile Devices Get NSA ApprovalWall Street Journal
    Toronto Star
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  3. Kindle Voyage: Good Device, Not-So-Good Price - Top Tech News


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    Kindle Voyage: Good Device, Not-So-Good Price
    Top Tech News
    Amazon announced its 7th generation Kindle in September. Now, the reviews on the Kindle Voyage -- billed as the company's most advanced e-reader ever -- are coming in. Kindle Voyage features an all-new design, complete with a flush glass ...
    Voyage, a High-End Amazon Kindle That Beats HardcoversNew York Times (blog)
    Up close with Amazon's high-end Kindle Voyage e-readerGeekWire
    Amazon Kindle VoyagePC Magazine

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  4. Google Fights Piracy (And Makes A Buck) With Ads For Legal Downloads In ... - The Consumerist


    Google Fights Piracy (And Makes A Buck) With Ads For Legal Downloads In ...
    The Consumerist
    These sorts of ads began showing up over the summer when Google users added terms like “torrent” or “DVDrip” to their searches. Have you been wanting to catch up on Game of Thrones but don't have HBO (or a friend who will share her HBO Go login info) ...

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  5. Back to the Future was right: a working hoverboard will be available in 2015 - Gigaom


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    Back to the Future was right: a working hoverboard will be available in 2015
    Gigaom
    A California startup has created a real-life hoverboard, and they even let me ride it. But it's mostly a publicity stunt meant to raise interest in levitating other things. Arx Pax hoverboard. photo: Signe Brewster. The good news: Just like Back to the Future Part II ...
    Architect's Dream Of Levitating Houses Turns Into A HoverboardForbes
    We rode a $10000 hoverboard, and you can tooEngadget
    I rode a hoverboard designed to save buildings from earthquakes and floodsThe Verge
    Yahoo Tech -Re/code -New York Times
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  6. Apple clarifies Spotlight Suggestions data collection practices - CNET


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    Apple clarifies Spotlight Suggestions data collection practices
    CNET
    Responding to user privacy concerns, Apple issues a statement describing the restrictions it places on the collection of customer data. by Steven Musil · @stevenmusil; 21 October 2014 5:01 am BST. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more.
    Apple responds to Spotlight Suggestions 'backlash,' says personal data ...Apple Insider
    Apple reiterates commitment to user privacy following Spotlight Suggestions ...AppAdvice
    Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite review roundup: Here's the verdictTech Times
    Techdirt -PCWorld -Mac Rumors
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  7. Microsoft's expanding cloud platform shines brightly - The Seattle Times


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    Microsoft's expanding cloud platform shines brightly
    The Seattle Times
    Microsoft highlights some big numbers when it tells the story of its growing cloud offerings. Analysts say the level of the company's investment in those operations is eye-catching. By Janet I. Tu. Seattle Times technology reporter. PREV of NEXT. In this March ...
    More open-source at Microsoft? You'd better believe itVentureBeat
    Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, Receives $84M Package In 2014, Says No ...International Business Times
    Satya Nadella Enjoys “Good Karma”, Check Out His SalaryThe Utah People's Post
    RTE.ie -Design & Trend -Irish Independent
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  8. It Looked Like a Stabbing, but Takata Air Bag Was the Killer - New York Times


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    It Looked Like a Stabbing, but Takata Air Bag Was the Killer
    New York Times
    ORLANDO, Fla. — Hien Tran lay dying in intensive care this month after a car accident, as detectives searched for clues about the apparent stab wounds in her neck. An unlikely breakthrough arrived in the mail a week after she died from her injuries. It was a ...
    Takata Falls by Record Amid Escalating Air-Bag RecallBloomberg
    Air bag fixes can't waitDallas Morning News
    Home> US Government Urges Car Owners to Take 'Immediate Action' Over ...WHSV
    The Register-Guard -Independent Online
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  9. Microsoft to enter the STRUGGLE of the HUMAN WRIST - Register


    Register

    Microsoft to enter the STRUGGLE of the HUMAN WRIST
    Register
    The battle for the future of the human wrist entered a new phase on Monday after it was claimed that tech goliath Microsoft is planning to release its own wearable computer in the coming weeks. If true, this would mean that Redmond's smartwatch would hit ...

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  10. Net neutrality debate brings FCC commissioner to A&M - Texas A&M The Battalion


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    Net neutrality debate brings FCC commissioner to A&M
    Texas A&M The Battalion
    Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai will visit Texas A&M to lead a forum on Internet regulation and the FCC's role in net neutrality. The forum will include six witnesses representing multiple viewpoints concerning the issue of Internet regulation.
    Are We Really Saving the Open Internet?MIT Technology Review
    Senator calls for Comcast commitment to net neutralityTelecompaper (subscription)
    US Senate's net neutrality warrior to Comcast: Remind us how much you hate ...Register
    vtdigger.org -Tech Times
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