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  1. Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches - PCWorld


    Reuters

    Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches
    PCWorld
    A bug in Apple's HealthKit—a back-end feature in iOS 8—is delaying the launch of outside developers' fitness and health apps, the company said Wednesday. HealthKit is a new tool for developers in iOS 8 designed to let their apps talk to Apple's native ...
    Apple hoaxes: Three things iOS 8 definitely won't doNewsday
    Apple to consumers: Trust us, our devices are secure (+video)Christian Science Monitor
    Apple HealthKit comes down with a bug, third-party app launches hit a roadblockTech Times
    Washington Post -CatChannel.com -CTV News
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  2. Bostonians camp out at Apple for iPhone 6 - Boston Globe


    Boston Globe

    Bostonians camp out at Apple for iPhone 6
    Boston Globe
    Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. First in line John McIntosh, 33, of New York City (left) and. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe. First in line John McIntosh, 33, of New York City (left) and second in line John Bento, 29, of Brighton (right) ...
    Apple closer to green light for iPhone 6 sales in ChinaComputerworld
    Apple's iPhone 6 still one license away from ChinaThe Daily Star
    Apple's iPhone 6 debut in China delayed by regulatorsFinancial Times
    CNET -TIME -Business Standard
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  3. CloudFlare can provide its caching service without your SSL keys - PCWorld


    Gigaom

    CloudFlare can provide its caching service without your SSL keys
    PCWorld
    CloudFlare said it has engineered a novel way to handle sensitive encryption keys that allows organizations such as financial institutions to still use its caching service to fend off cyberattacks. The breakthrough, called “Keyless SSL,” is a new method for ...
    CloudFlare launches Keyless SSL, a new kind of encryption toolTech Times
    In-depth: How CloudFlare promises SSL security—without the keyArs Technica
    This New Internet Security Tool Guards Goldman Sachs From EavesdroppersWired
    CIO Today -Businessweek
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  4. Apple iPhone 6 circus hits Australia first - ZDNet


    The Australian Financial Review

    Apple iPhone 6 circus hits Australia first
    ZDNet
    Does a line in excess of 1,400 people outside Apple's flagship Sydney store on Friday morning in anticipation of the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus mean that Apple is stronger than ever? The line that snaked its way down George Street, York ...
    Newest iPhones Hit the Market Down UnderWall Street Journal
    What's the best deal on the iPhone 6?Sydney Morning Herald
    Give a big hand to the 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus – seriously, you'll need itRegister
    New York Daily News -The Australian -Apple Insider
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  5. Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 starts at $139, £119, AU$154, will ship in October - CNET


    CNET

    Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 starts at $139, £119, AU$154, will ship in October
    CNET
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    Give me five: Amazon reveals new Kindle line | TechnobubbleReno Gazette Journal
    Amazon Gets All Fired UpTechNewsWorld
    Best cheap tablets: Amazon Kindle Fire HD 6 and 7Christian Science Monitor
    Tech Times -eWeek -Morning News USA
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  6. Microsoft lays off 2100; axes Silicon Valley research - The Globe and Mail


    Reuters

    Microsoft lays off 2100; axes Silicon Valley research
    The Globe and Mail
    Microsoft Corp. will close its Silicon Valley research-and-development operation as part of 2,100 layoffs announced on Thursday, as it moves toward its new CEO's goal of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14 per cent of its workforce. News of the closure of the ...
    Microsoft Set To Fire 2100 Employees TodayUbergizmo
    Microsoft lays off 747 area employees today as part of larger cutsQ13 FOX

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  7. Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 4 release date in the UK, US left to wonder - TechRadar UK


    Mobile News

    Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 4 release date in the UK, US left to wonder
    TechRadar UK
    The phablet will go up for pre-order at AT&T tomorrow, and shipments start heading out to early orders on October 14. The phone won't be available in AT&T stores, however, until an unspecified later date. At Big Blue, the Note 4 price is listed as $299.99 ...
    iPhone 6 Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Living with the phabletsCNET
    Galaxy Note 4 available Oct 17, pre-orders tomorrowSlashGear
    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launch set for October 17, preorders open this FridayPCWorld (blog)

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  8. Facebook to Prioritize Timely News Feed Posts - PC Magazine


    TIME

    Facebook to Prioritize Timely News Feed Posts
    PC Magazine
    Chatter surrounding timely posts will jump higher on people's News Feeds for a particular amount of time. 0shares. Facebook Nails Advertising, But Can it Sell Actual Stuff? A common theme among your Facebook friends—when they aren't talking about cats, ...
    Facebook tweaks feed once again, but will it be useful this time?Tech Times
    Facebook Inc. Updates News Feed To Boost 'Timely' PostsInternational Business Times
    Facebook turns its feed into a popularity contestComputerworld
    Engadget -fox2now.com -TheStreet.com
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  9. FCC Deadline Passes But Debate Rages On Over Net Neutrality - NBCNews.com


    NBCNews.com

    FCC Deadline Passes But Debate Rages On Over Net Neutrality
    NBCNews.com
    “The FCC deadline has passed, but that doesn't mean the fight is over,” said leaders from Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) activist group, 18MillionRising, who hosted a #Fight4NetRights Twitter Chat this week on net neutrality to continue to push ...
    Senators hear calls on the FCC to step back from net neutrality rulesPCWorld
    Net Neutrality Comments to FCC Overwhelmingly One-Sided, Study SaysNew York Times (blog)
    Republicans Lash Out At Net NeutralityValueWalk
    Patheos (blog) -Broadcasting & Cable
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  10. 'Destiny' Brings in Over $325M in First 5 Days and 100M Played Hours in First ... - Headlines & Global News


    SFGate

    'Destiny' Brings in Over $325M in First 5 Days and 100M Played Hours in First ...
    Headlines & Global News
    Activision said Wednesday that its new video game Destiny has made over $325 million in sales in the first five days of its release. (Photo : Creative Commons). Activision said Wednesday that its new video game "Destiny" has made over $325 million in sales ...
    'Destiny' Nets 20 Million Twitch Views in First WeekGame Rant
    Review: Ambitious 'Destiny' lacks imaginationPhys.Org
    Destiny reviews are costing makers Bungie a mega £1.5million paydayDaily Star

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