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  1. Hipster social network Ello set to up the ante for Facebook - Sydney Morning Herald


    Sydney Morning Herald

    Hipster social network Ello set to up the ante for Facebook
    Sydney Morning Herald
    Everybody loves to hate Facebook. That's what brand new social network Ello is banking on, anyway – and so far, so good. Lured by the promise of exclusivity, thousands of curious punters have scrambled in recent days to get their hands on a ticket to the ...
    Invite-only Facebook rival Ello hit by DDoS attackTech Times
    5 reasons why Ello isn't the second coming of FacebookPCWorld
    Ello! Ello! It's The New Facebook?American Live Wire
    BBC News -Times of India -UPI.com
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  2. Apple publishes patch for Shellshock vulnerability - CSO Online


    CSO Online

    Apple publishes patch for Shellshock vulnerability
    CSO Online
    On Monday, Apple released three patches to address vulnerabilities in GNU Bash, commonly known as Shellshock, that if exploited could allow an attacker to execute commands on the targeted host. When Shellshock was disclosed, the primary concern was ...
    Apple Releases OS X Bash Update123Macmini.com
    Apple patches Bash vulnerability on MacsCNET
    AlienVault Labs: Hackers Can Launch Shellshock Attacks on VoIP SystemsTalkin' Cloud
    Register -InformationWeek -Channel News Asia
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  3. Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) Ready to Invest $1 Billion in Cloud Computing ... - StockWise Daily


    New York Times

    Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) Ready to Invest $1 Billion in Cloud Computing ...
    StockWise Daily
    Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) is all set to start big in the cloud computing network and the company is going to invest up to $1 billion in cloud computing offerings. The tech-giant is likely to collaborate with 30 companies in the global cloud computing ...
    Cisco's Intercloud Expands ReachConverge Network Digest

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  4. China cracks down on iPhone 6 smuggling - PCWorld


    PCWorld

    China cracks down on iPhone 6 smuggling
    PCWorld
    Chinese custom agents literally have their hands full with Apple's iPhone 6, as they seize hundreds of units from smugglers attempting to bring them into the country. Apple has yet to start selling its newest smartphones in mainland China, but that hasn't ...
    With iPhone 6 approved in China, Apple suppliers ready for demandReuters
    After China quizzes Apple on backdoors, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus go on saleZDNet
    China iPhone 6 Sales to Start Oct. 17Wall Street Journal
    Telegraph.co.uk -Inquirer -Voice of America
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  5. How Hong Kong Protesters Are Connecting, Without Cell Or Wi-Fi Networks - KPBS


    KPBS

    How Hong Kong Protesters Are Connecting, Without Cell Or Wi-Fi Networks
    KPBS
    As throngs of pro-democracy protesters continue to organize in Hong Kong's central business district, many of them are messaging one another through a network that doesn't require cell towers or Wi-Fi nodes. They're using an app called FireChat, which ...

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  6. Facebook Relaunches Atlas For Marketers To Serve Targeted Ads Across ... - Forbes


    Modern Readers

    Facebook Relaunches Atlas For Marketers To Serve Targeted Ads Across ...
    Forbes
    Facebook already uses your personal information to show you contextual ads on your News Feed, but now they are able to utilize the same data on behalf of third-party apps and websites. When Microsoft Microsoft acquired aQuantive for $6.3 billion in 2007, ...
    With Atlas, Facebook makes an attempt to dig itself out of No. 2 ad spotVentureBeat
    Facebook expands user tracking to advertisers, but claims it won't be intrusiveTech Times
    Facebook Launches Atlas to Shoulder the Whole Digital-Advertising WorldTechNewsWorld

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  7. FBI collars alleged mobile spyware seller - ZDNet


    ZDNet

    FBI collars alleged mobile spyware seller
    ZDNet
    credit cnet Credit: CNET. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a 31-year-old in the US for allegedly selling StealthGenie spyware online. The law enforcement agency said Monday that Hammad Akbar was indicted in the Eastern District of ...
    StealthGenie CEO arrested for selling stalker appSlashGear
    Maker Of Spy App, StealthGenie, Faces Criminal ChargesHeadlines & Global News
    'Stalker app' maker arrested on federal conspiracy chargesPress Herald
    Register -gulfnews.com -Beauty World News
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  8. 46% users in India spend 6 hrs or more on Internet daily: Study - Zee News


    IBNLive

    46% users in India spend 6 hrs or more on Internet daily: Study
    Zee News
    New Delhi: Indicating towards the growing importance of Internet in the country, a survey on Tuesday revealed that 46 percent of users in India spend 6 hours or more a day actively using the Internet whereas 82 percent admit to the fear of missing out when ...
    Britain's Internet habits: 62% of people feel anxiety if they can't get onlineThe Independent
    Is the fear of missing out driving Internet use?Indian Express
    Internet Usage Fuels Unstoppable Rise of FOMO, Global Study ConfirmsMarketWatch
    Moneylife
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  9. Microsoft to set up cloud data centres in India - Hindustan Times


    Times of India

    Microsoft to set up cloud data centres in India
    Hindustan Times
    Microsoft will offer its commercial cloud services -- Azure and Office 365 --by the end of 2015 from local data centres in India where the company sees a $2 trillion business opportunity. Satya Nadella, chief executive officer of Microsoft, announced this here ...
    Microsoft to offer cloud services in India, to set up 3 local data centresBusiness Today
    Microsoft Azure, Office 365 to be powered by local datacentres by 2015India Today
    Azure and Office 365 to be offered from local data centres soon: Satya NadellaIndian Express
    Firstpost -Digit -CrazyEngineers
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  10. FCC to sack NFL blackout rule - Politico


    New York Times

    FCC to sack NFL blackout rule
    Politico
    The FCC is poised to dump the sports blackout rule Tuesday, dealing a blow to the NFL at a time of growing scrutiny for the league in Washington. The commission is expected to eliminate the decades-old regulation that prevents cable and satellite TV from ...
    FCC to Vote on Blackout Rule TodayTWC News
    NFL's Pushback on Blackout Ruling Amounts to Empty ThreatsNational Journal
    FCC Said to Consider Rules to Help Internet TV Get ShowsBloomberg
    Voice of America
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