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  1. Amazon Fire TV on sale in UK now, but can it put the heat on Now TV? - CNET


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    Amazon Fire TV on sale in UK now, but can it put the heat on Now TV?
    CNET
    Amazon Fire TV is now available in the UK for £79 -- but it faces heated competition from rivals including Apple TV, Google Chromecast and Sky's Now TV. Amazon Fire TV is a 17.5mm streaming box that plugs into your television, packing a quad-core ...
    Amazon Fire TV now shipping in the UKseenit.co.uk
    Amazon Fire TV Launches In The UKHuffington Post UK
    Amazon Fire TV set-top box is now available in the UKDigital Spy UK

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  2. Facebook launches Rooms app for anonymous sharing of interests - USA TODAY


    USA TODAY

    Facebook launches Rooms app for anonymous sharing of interests
    USA TODAY
    SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook has taken the wraps off a new app for iOS called Rooms that brings people together around their interests. A "room" is a feed of photos, videos and text like Facebook or Instagram, but the focus is on a single topic chosen by the ...
    Facebook Launches 'Rooms' App for Anonymous ChatsPC Magazine
    Facebook wants to bring back the anonymous chatroomCNN
    Facebook Launches Pseudo-Anonymous App 'Rooms'ABC News
    Christian Science Monitor -PCWorld -Forbes
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  3. Microsoft Sales Rise 25%, and Investors Reward Its Shares - New York Times


    New York Times

    Microsoft Sales Rise 25%, and Investors Reward Its Shares
    New York Times
    Satya Nadella, Microsoft's chief executive, at an event earlier this week promoting the company's cloud offering. Credit Robert Galbraith/Reuters. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This ...
    Microsoft Q1 sales jump, but Nokia drags down earningsPCWorld
    Microsoft Q1 profit falls 13 percent, weighed down by Nokia unitCNET
    Cloud Business Lifts Microsoft's Quarterly ResultsABC News
    The Seattle Times -Businessweek -Fortune
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  4. Apple Pay glitch charges some Bank of America users twice - MarketWatch


    MarketWatch

    Apple Pay glitch charges some Bank of America users twice
    MarketWatch
    People eager to turn their phones into wallets have found that it can cost more to be an early adopter. Some Bank of America BAC, +1.22% credit- and debit-card users have been charged twice for the same purchase when they use Apple Pay, Apple's AAPL, ...
    Oops! Apple Pay has been double charging some customersDigital Trends
    Bank of America to refund Apple Pay customersThe Australian
    Why Apple Pay Is the Most Secure Payment Platform on the PlanetMashable
    AppAdvice -BetaNews -Bidness ETC
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  5. Will Mark Zuckerberg breach Great Chinese Firewall with Mandarin? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor


    Christian Science Monitor

    Will Mark Zuckerberg breach Great Chinese Firewall with Mandarin? (+video)
    Christian Science Monitor
    Mark Zuckerberg spoke to students in Beijing in Mandarin. How good are his language skills. One student said it was a 'challenge' to understand Zuckerberg. By Didi Tang, Associated Press October 23, 2014. About video ads. Zuckerberg Speaks Chinese ...
    Mark Zuckerberg speaks Chinese, Beijing students cheerSFGate
    Mark Zuckerberg's Mandarin OffensiveThe Atlantic
    Mark Zuckerberg Knows Chinese, But It's A Long Road To Export FacebookForbes
    NBCNews.com -U.S. News & World Report -TIME
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  6. 'Ello'... anti-Facebook' social network gets funding - The News


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    'Ello'... anti-Facebook' social network gets funding
    The News
    SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – Flush with a reported $5.5 million in fresh funding, upstart social network Ello on Thursday legally changed its corporate standing to back a promise to remain ad-free. Ello converted to a public benefit corporation, which it described ...
    Ello Raises $5.5 Million For Ad-Free Social NetworkMediaPost Communications
    Ello Legally Vows To Forever Remain Ad-FreeEmpty Lighthouse Magazine
    Ello Raises $5.5 Million For Its Invite-Only, Ad-Free Social NetworkBusinessinsider India

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  7. Twitter declares war on passwords - GlobalPost


    Twitter declares war on passwords
    GlobalPost
    San Francisco, Oct 23 (EFE).- Twitter formally declared war on passwords during a developers' conference in San Francisco, unveiling a new system that allows users to log-in to mobile apps with a phone number. Jeff Seibert, director for mobile platforms at ...

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  8. US Web Firms' Expansion Leaves Germans Conflicted - Wall Street Journal


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    US Web Firms' Expansion Leaves Germans Conflicted
    Wall Street Journal
    Andy Jassy, Amazon's senior vice president for Web services, said the company would open a new data center near Frankfurt to handle growing German demand for its products. The Web retailer and other American Internet companies face mounting ...
    Amazon Cloud Division Returns to Growth Amid Industry Price CutsBloomberg
    Amazon Web Services Bucks The General Amazon Trend--Revenue On The Up ...Forbes
    Amazon's cloud revenue growth rate continues to slow down in Q3, now up 39%VentureBeat
    Tom's Hardware -New York Times (blog) -Register
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  9. One missed email and Google Inbox will be in trouble - Computerworld


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    One missed email and Google Inbox will be in trouble
    Computerworld
    People may feel overwhelmed by the deluge of email arriving in their inboxes, but will they trust Google to show them the most important messages? Analysts are divided on how well Google can sort and prioritize users' emails as the company launches Inbox ...
    How Google's New 'Inbox' Product for Gmail Could Change Email ForeverABC News
    Hands on: Google InboxDigital Trends
    VIDEO: Google Inbox Tries to Get Email Under ControlPC Magazine
    CBS News -New York Daily News -ExtremeTech
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  10. GT Advanced shareholders see value in stock despite bankruptcy - Reuters


    GT Advanced shareholders see value in stock despite bankruptcy
    Reuters
    Oct 23 (Reuters) - Shareholders of GT Advanced Technologies are lobbying regulators to form a committee to vouch for their interests in the sapphire maker's bankruptcy, believing their shares may still have value. GT Advanced, which supplied sapphire to ...

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