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  1. Tim Cook and the End of Gay Rights as a Wedge Issue - The New Yorker


    The New Yorker

    Tim Cook and the End of Gay Rights as a Wedge Issue
    The New Yorker
    Tim Cook introduces the new Apple products during a special event in Cupertino, California, on September 9, 2014. Credit Photograph by Xinhua News Agency via Redux. On Thursday morning, the head of one of the world's most admired companies, Tim ...
    Why Tim Cook's Coming Out MattersHuffington Post
    Tim Cook, Apple's Chief, Says He Is 'Proud to Be Gay'New York Times
    Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'USA TODAY
    Fortune -Washington Post (blog) -PC Magazine
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  2. Microsoft Band vs FitBit Charge HR specs comparison - Inquirer


    Inquirer

    Microsoft Band vs FitBit Charge HR specs comparison
    Inquirer
    FOR THOSE LOOKING to keep tabs on their health, there has never been more choice on the market for wearable fitness trackers, and those after the latest gadget to do the job, the Microsoft Band and the FitBit Charge HR, both announced just this week, are ...
    Microsoft unveils $199 fitness gadget, creates data-tracking system to rival Apple ...Toledo Blade
    Microsoft Tackles Health with $199 Fitness BandTom's Guide
    Microsoft Health Hits The Play Store, And There's A New $199.99 Fitness Band ...Android Police
    BDlive -Gant Daily
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  3. Lenovo Closes Purchase of Google's Motorola Phone Unit - Businessweek


    Businessweek

    Lenovo Closes Purchase of Google's Motorola Phone Unit
    Businessweek
    The transaction, which left most of Motorola's patent portfolio with Google while Lenovo received a license to the intellectual property, would make the Chinese company “a global player,” Lenovo Chief Executive Officer Yang Yuanqing said when announcing ...
    Lenovo Won't Stop at No.3 in Smartphones After MotorolaBloomberg
    Lenovo Completes $2.91B Acquisition of MotorolaDailyTech
    Lenovo wraps up purchase of Motorola phone unitSFGate
    PC Magazine -Forbes -AdAge.com
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  4. The d-word: Which is doomed, Apple Pay or CurrentC? - Macworld


    Macworld

    The d-word: Which is doomed, Apple Pay or CurrentC?
    Macworld
    In addition to being a mythical beast, the Macalope is not an employee of Macworld. As a result, the Macalope is always free to criticize any media organization. Even ours. More by The Macalope. Apple is locked in battle with something else again and you ...
    CurrentC Scuffle With Apple Pay Highlights Consumers' Security ConcernsForbes
    Retailers' Apple Pay competitor exposed customers' email addresses before ...Contra Costa Times
    16 Retailers Apple Must Land for Apple Pay to SucceedTIME
    Morning News USA
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  5. Zoe Quinn: GamerGate must be condemned - BBC News


    BBC News

    Zoe Quinn: GamerGate must be condemned
    BBC News
    Games publishers and industry figures must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", developer Zoe Quinn has told the BBC. Ms Quinn has been at the centre of a furore which some argue is about ethics in journalism, but others ...
    What It's Like to Be the Woman at the Center of GamergateABC News
    Gamergate: What it is and why it mattersChristian Science Monitor
    GamerGate is an ugly mess, but this picture of it is beautifulPolygon

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  6. Hewlett-Packard Now Join 3D Printing Market - FXC News


    New York Times

    Hewlett-Packard Now Join 3D Printing Market
    FXC News
    Tech giant Hewlett-Packard yesterday launched a new 3D scanner device aimed at those who work in creative industries like engineers, advertisers and artists. The device named Sprout is an all in one desktop computer that features a 23 inch diagonal ...
    HP unveils 3-D printer and desktop PCSFGate

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  7. Google releases new Bookmark Manager Extension for Chrome - JBG News


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    Google releases new Bookmark Manager Extension for Chrome
    JBG News
    Google has introduced a new extension for the Chrome Bookmark Manager. The new extension replaces the old bookmark manager, formerly known as Stars and is available in the Chrome Store. It will allow bookmarks to be more efficient with an improved ...
    Google's New Bookmarking Service, Previously Called Stars, Has Gone LiveTechCrunch (blog)
    New Chrome bookmark manager de-clutters your favorite sitesPCWorld
    Google gives Bookmarks a revamp with enhanced search, sharing, and moreITProPortal

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  8. Chinese phone maker Xiaomi closes in on Apple and Samsung - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    Chinese phone maker Xiaomi closes in on Apple and Samsung
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has overtaken Lenovo and LG Electronics to become the third largest smartphone vendor in the world, after Samsung and Apple. Despite only releasing its first smartphone in August 2011, Xiaomi has leapfrogged more ...
    China's Xiaomi Moves In on Samsung, ApplePC Magazine
    ​Move over, Apple and Samsung: Here comes XiaomiCBS News
    Smartphone sales lifted by emerging marketsChannel News Asia
    NDTV -Economic Times -Times of India
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  9. Vice Media teams up with Canada's Rogers to build Toronto studio - Reuters


    Toronto Star

    Vice Media teams up with Canada's Rogers to build Toronto studio
    Reuters
    TORONTO (Reuters) - Vice Media, a maker of edgy videos popular with younger viewers, has teamed up with Rogers Communications Inc to build a studio in Toronto to produce news, documentaries and other content with Canadian filmmakers. The C$100 ...
    Vice Forms Canada TV Network With Rogers to Expand Media EmpireBloomberg
    Vice's TV ambitions jump forward with $100 million Canadian dealMashable
    Vice Media strikes deal to launch Canadian TV channelNew York Business Journal
    AdAge.com -World Screen
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  10. FTC Fines Paid Dating Site For Luring Users With Fake Profiles - NBCNews.com


    New York Daily News

    FTC Fines Paid Dating Site For Luring Users With Fake Profiles
    NBCNews.com
    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed its first lawsuit against an online dating site on Wednesday. It accuses a British company, JDI Dating, with using fake messages and computer-generated profiles to trick people into upgrading to paid memberships.
    FTC Fines Online Dating Site for Allegedly Creating Fake ProfilesABC News
    Feds fine dating site for making fake profilesWCTI12.com
    FTC to Dating Site: No More Sales Come-Ons from Flirty BotsDailyFinance
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