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  1. Apple's iPhone Sales Drive Record Profit - New York Times


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    Apple's iPhone Sales Drive Record Profit
    New York Times
    The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 rival the competition in sheer size. But when it comes to taking advantage of those bigger screens, Molly Wood says, Apple's new phones don't always measure up. Video by Rebekah Fergusson and Vanessa Perez on ...
    Apple's iPhone sales beat Street but iPad volumes slideReuters
    Apple's iOS 8.1 hits Monday with Apple Pay, iCloud photo libraryCNET
    Biz Break: Apple predicts record holiday season as iPhones, Macs sell fastSan Jose Mercury News
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  2. Google finally decides to demote 'notorious' piracy sites in search results - ExtremeTech


    ExtremeTech

    Google finally decides to demote 'notorious' piracy sites in search results
    ExtremeTech
    This week, Google is rolling out changes to its search engine that will “visibly affect” the rankings of “notorious” sites that enable the downloading or streaming of pirated music, movies, and TV shows. In the place of these unofficial or illegal links — which often ...
    Piracy Bounty? New Google Ads Target Online PiracyThe News Ledge
    Google Fights Piracy (And Makes A Buck) With Ads For Legal Downloads In ...The Consumerist
    Google to nix piracy sites in search rankComputer Business Review
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  3. Amazon Kindle Voyage - PC Magazine


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    Amazon Kindle Voyage
    PC Magazine
    The Amazon Kindle Voyage is hands down the best ebook reader available, though most people will still be served just fine by the Kindle Paperwhite. By Alex Colon. Amazon's various Kindles have long been the most popular ebook readers on the market, ...
    Amazon Kindle Voyage ignites blast of rave reviews, pricing gets boosTech Times
    Amazon's Kindle Voyage is the best e-reader yet — but it's not worth $199 (review)VentureBeat
    Voyage, a High-End Amazon Kindle That Beats HardcoversNew York Times (blog)
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  4. Microsoft's CEO admits error - SFGate


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    Microsoft's CEO admits error
    SFGate
    Photo: Liz Hafalia / The Chronicle Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella, who was in San Francisco to promote the company's cloud platforms, also apologized for remarks made to a group about women's raises recently that set off a wave of criticism. Microsoft's CEO ...
    Microsoft boss who said women shouldn't ask for pay rises is paid $86mTelegraph.co.uk
    Microsoft says to provide cloud, tools for tackling EbolaReuters
    Microsoft CEO pushes the cloud for businessesFortune
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  5. Toyota widens air bag recall, warns passengers - USA TODAY


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    Toyota widens air bag recall, warns passengers
    USA TODAY
    Toyota said today it's re-notifying owners of about 218,000 previously recalled vehicles with front air bags supplied by Takata, and adding 28,515 vehicles in high-humidity areas to the recall. The Takata bags can malfunction and blow shrapnel into front ...
    Government Urges Car Owners to Take 'Immediate Action' Over Defective AirbagsABC News
    Urgent warning on potentially deadly, recalled air bagsSFGate
    NHTSA issues recall, urgent warning on defective air bagsWashington Post
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  6. Kickstarter suspends funding for Anonabox privacy router - CTV News


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    Kickstarter suspends funding for Anonabox privacy router
    CTV News
    In light of doubts over certain claims, the crowdfunding platform has frozen the campaign for Anonabox, a small Internet router designed to deliver online anonymity by encrypting data over the Tor network. The project had already brought in close to $600,000 ...
    Kickstarter suspends crowdfunding campaign of a Tor-enabling wireless routerUncover California

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  7. Microsoft May Unveil Fitness Band in Time for Holidays - Tom's Guide


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    Microsoft May Unveil Fitness Band in Time for Holidays
    Tom's Guide
    It may seem that all the most anticipated products of the year have already been announced, but 2014 is far from over. Microsoft is reportedly working on a fitness wearable that will be announced in the coming weeks and could be available for sale this ...
    Microsoft to launch fitness-focused smartwatch 'within weeks'Digital Trends
    Microsoft Smartwatch: You'll be witnessing by this ChristmasThe Next Digit
    Windows powered Microsoft Smartwatch and fitness bands are probably just ...The Westside Story
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  8. Apple eyes $5 per month for Beats Music, report says - CNET


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    Apple eyes $5 per month for Beats Music, report says
    CNET
    That'd be a substantial cut. Right now, Beats Music streaming costs $10 per month, in line with most other streaming services. by Don Reisinger · @donreisinger; October 20, 2014 9:26 AM PDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more.
    Keep the (Musical) Peace With Spotify FamilyPC Magazine

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  9. Sen. Leahy Asks Comcast For Net-Neutrality Promise - MediaPost Communications


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    Sen. Leahy Asks Comcast For Net-Neutrality Promise
    MediaPost Communications
    Comcast should vow to refrain from charging content companies higher fees in exchange for speedier delivery of their material, the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee said on Monday. Those types of fast-lane arrangements “pose a significant threat of ...
    Leahy Asks Comcast to Pledge Not to Add Internet 'Fast Lanes'Newsmax.com
    Senator Asks Comcast to Forswear Fast Lanes On the InternetWall Street Journal (blog)
    Really, Congress? Comcast won't protect net neutrality if the best you can do is ...The Verge
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  10. Snapchat initial ad debut is all about horror, but in a good way - Tech Times


    Tech Times

    Snapchat initial ad debut is all about horror, but in a good way
    Tech Times
    Snapchat has begun serving ads to users with the first advertisement on the service being for the upcoming horror flick Ouija. While some are annoyed that the company has begun serving ads, other applaud the respectable way that Snapchat is going about ...
    Snapchat is Officially Monetizing Their PlatformPFhub
    Snapchat: Paid Ads Are ComingBidness ETC
    What does the future hold for Snapchat ads? Maybe a Ouija board will hold the ...Upstart
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