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  1. Apple Inc's $450 mn e-book settlement gets final court approval - Financial Express


    New York Times

    Apple Inc's $450 mn e-book settlement gets final court approval
    Financial Express
    The $400 mn from Apple comes on top of earlier settlements with 5 publishers in the case, which provided $166 million for e-book purchasers. Other Articles. India is one of our fastest growing market: Twitter · Future Classrooms under the Impact of Cloud ...
    Apple $450 mn e-book settlement gets final court approvalHindu Business Line
    Judge approves US$450m deal in Apple e-book suitChannel News Asia
    Apple $450 mln e-book settlement gets final court approvalReuters
    Bloomberg
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  2. Europe to call for 'break up' of Google in bid to end search monopoly - Inquirer


    NDTV

    Europe to call for 'break up' of Google in bid to end search monopoly
    Inquirer
    THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT is reportedly going to call for Google be broken up into separate companies in a vote next week, in a bid to combat the online firm's dominance. Google has long found itself tied up in European investigations. Currently, the firm ...
    EU prepares resolution to separate Google's search engine from rest of its ...Business Standard
    Google break-up proposed in European Parliament draft resolutionSydney Morning Herald
    Google Targeted as EU Weighs Call to Split Web-Search ProvidersBusinessweek
    The Australian
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  3. Amazon warming up 'cheapo web vid' cannon to SINK Netflix - Register


    TechCrunch

    Amazon warming up 'cheapo web vid' cannon to SINK Netflix
    Register
    Amazon is preparing an online video-streaming service that will be stuffed with ads – and undercut rivals Netflix and Hulu Plus, it's been reported. The New York Post cited unnamed sources in reporting that Jeff Bezos' behemoth is readying a cheap version of ...
    Amazon Denies Rumors of Ad-Based Video Streaming Service for 2015Modern Readers
    Amazon prepares to launch ad-supported video streaming in 2015Beta Wired
    Amazon plans ad-supported video streaming service: ReportTimes of India
    TechSpot -Tech Times -Engadget
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  4. Barbie's Computer Engineer Failure Compels Mattel to Apologize - Capital OTC


    ABC News

    Barbie's Computer Engineer Failure Compels Mattel to Apologize
    Capital OTC
    The story in a book called Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer caused a lot of worldwide fuss recently, and it was so negatively received that Mattel had to withdraw it from sale and make some public apologies on the way as well. The toy giant apologized ...
    Feminist Hacker Barbie Is Just What Our Little Girls NeedWired
    Barbie fails as computer engineerZDNet
    Barbie book writer blames MattelStuff.co.nz
    PC Magazine -Syracuse.com -Mashable
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  5. Google is giving 1TB of free Google Drive space to new Chromebook buyers - Pocket-lint.com


    Pocket-lint.com

    Google is giving 1TB of free Google Drive space to new Chromebook buyers
    Pocket-lint.com
    The holiday shopping season has officially arrived, and so Google has announced an awesome deal that's exclusive to new Chromebook buyers. In an attempt to snag your interest this Christmas, Google has come up with a deal that'll encourage you to ...

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  6. Now , Google allows you to block ads on your favourite site - Business Today


    Business Today

    Now , Google allows you to block ads on your favourite site
    Business Today
    Google has started a new service 'Google Contributor' that blocks ads on users' favourite site for one, two or three dollars a month. According to Wired, instead of the web ads, users would see "thank you" messages being displayed on the website that ...
    Google tests replacing web ads with contributionsSin Chew Jit Poh
    How to get rid of web ads foreverWashington Post
    Pay to Remove Ads With Google ContributorPC Magazine
    Christian Science Monitor -CNET
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  7. Small Batch of AT&T Nexus 6 Smartphones with Software Glitch: Motorola - Tech Times


    9 to 5 Google

    Small Batch of AT&T Nexus 6 Smartphones with Software Glitch: Motorola
    Tech Times
    AT&T is currently out of stock of Nexus 6 smartphones, but not because they sold out fast. Motorola has issued a recall for the handsets after finding out a software bug rendered the Nexus 6 phones sold by AT&T useless. (Photo : Motorola / AT&T) ...
    Android 5.0 Lollipop Top Important Problems And Issues Are Solved NowThe Fuse Joplin
    The Nexus 6's new security feature is slowing it downDigital Trends
    Oh No! More Nexus 6 Hitches as AT&T Version Gets RecalledModern Readers
    JBG News -New Hampshire Voice -REM
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  8. Federal appeals court blocks FCC's contract-disclosure order to media firms - Delhi Daily News


    Delhi Daily News

    Federal appeals court blocks FCC's contract-disclosure order to media firms
    Delhi Daily News
    A U.S. federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. has handed TV channel-owners a preliminary victory in their tussle with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over disclosure of programming contracts, raising the prospect of further delays to the ...
    US court stays FCC order to disclose TV programing contractsReuters
    Court: FCC can€™t have contracts between content-providers and pay-TVThe Republic
    FCC Barred From Disclosing TV Contracts in Comcast ReviewBloomberg
    Broadcasting & Cable
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  9. Flurry of hydrogen fuel cell cars challenge all-electric vehicles - Computerworld


    Computerworld

    Flurry of hydrogen fuel cell cars challenge all-electric vehicles
    Computerworld
    At the L.A. Auto Show this week, leading car makers revealed their plans for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which use the most common molecule in the universe for power and release only water vapor as exhaust. Toyota made a splash at the Auto Show by ...

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  10. FCC auction bids hit $33B - Seeking Alpha


    FCW.com

    FCC auction bids hit $33B
    Seeking Alpha
    Following 26 rounds, total bids in the FCC's AWS-3 spectrum auction have reached $33B - up from $24B two days ago. Though the auction's pace has slowed, more than $1B worth of bids were still tallied in the latest round. Walter Piecyk observes the ...
    5 Things to Know About the FCC's Wireless-Spectrum AuctionWall Street Journal (blog)
    AWS-3: Bids Up, Total Up, Auction RollsBroadcasting & Cable
    AWS-3 Auction Passes $31 Billion, 33% More Than AnticipatedAndroid Headlines - Android News
    TV Technology -FCW.com -Nasdaq
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