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  1. Twitter and Google shake up management teams - Telegraph.co.uk


    New York Times

    Twitter and Google shake up management teams
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Google Inc.'s Andy Rubin, who oversaw development of the Android software used in more than 70 percent of the world's smartphones, is leaving the company. Rubin, 51, is departing to form an incubator focusing on hardware technology, Mountain View, ...
    Android creator Andy Rubin is leaving Google to launch a startup incubatorTechSpot
    Android Creator Andy Rubin Leaves Google To Launch Own IncubatorBidness ETC
    Google's Android head leaves for greener pasturesBeta Wired
    Hot Hardware -Digital Spy -TIME
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  2. The Coming Out of Apple's Chief Tim Cook: 'This Will Resonate' - New York Times


    New York Times

    The Coming Out of Apple's Chief Tim Cook: 'This Will Resonate'
    New York Times
    In a speech on Oct. 27, Timothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, urged his home state of Alabama to move faster on ensuring equality for all. Video by Apple on Publish Date October 30, 2014. Photo by Brynn Anderson/Associated Press. Continue reading ...
    Apple CEO Tim Cook pushes corporate America toward more open futureSan Jose Mercury News
    A Gay CEO?Huffington Post
    Apple CEO Says He's 'Proud to Be Gay'PC Magazine
    Fortune -BBC News -Register
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  3. Stratasys sees robust 3D-printing market as HP reveals plans - Reuters


    Stratasys sees robust 3D-printing market as HP reveals plans
    Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A day after Hewlett-Packard Co revealed plans for ground-breaking 3D printing technology, 3D-printing manufacturer Stratasys Ltd said it is expecting more competition and pointed to its strong position in a market expected to explode ...

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  4. Microsoft Outlook for Mac to look more like Outlook on PC - TechRadar UK


    TechRadar UK

    Microsoft Outlook for Mac to look more like Outlook on PC
    TechRadar UK
    If you aren't a fan of Microsoft applications on Apple devices, Microsoft has an announcement with you in mind. The company has updated its Outlook email client for Mac users and it will introduce a new version of Office for Mac by the end of 2015.
    Microsoft releases new Outlook for Mac, other Office updates coming in 2015The Verge
    New Outlook For Mac Now Available, Rest Of Office For Mac Updates Coming In ...TechCrunch (blog)
    We've seen leaks of a new Office for Mac 2015...Seattle Sports Nut
    App Developer Magazine -CMSWire -KpopStarz
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  5. Verizon's mobile persistent cookie is more trick than treat - TechTarget


    KSPR

    Verizon's mobile persistent cookie is more trick than treat
    TechTarget
    News roundup: Verizon gave its mobile users an early Halloween trick: a cookie that cannot be erased, despite a number of privacy concerns. Also: compromising an air-gapped computer over the air; an alleged government-funded hack against a CBS ...
    Twitter's MoPub ad exchange grabs Verizon tracking cookies, and more may followPCWorld
    Why Verizon Is Tracking All Your Mobile Web TrafficReadWrite
    Verizon Using Unblockable 'Perma-Cookie' To Send Mobile Web Surfing Info To ...RedOrbit
    Top Tech News -Boise Weekly
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  6. Major banks ready their own mobile payment apps - PCWorld


    MiamiHerald.com

    Major banks ready their own mobile payment apps
    PCWorld
    Several major national and international banks are planning to launch their own mobile payments apps next year. The banks would be major competitors to handset makers Apple and Google because unlike others pushing mobile wallet technology, such as ...
    Mobile Payments Taking Over the Globe, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Pay Tip of the ...Stocks.org
    8 Wallets Changed by Apple Pay's DebutPaymentsSource
    CVS, Walmart, and others wage war with Apple PayThe Stute
    TechnologyTell -Tom's Guide -Crossmap
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  7. Ferrari Agrees to $3.5 Million US Fine on Death Reports - Businessweek


    Businessweek

    Ferrari Agrees to $3.5 Million US Fine on Death Reports
    Businessweek
    Luxury carmaker Ferrari SpA agreed to pay a $3.5 million fine for failing to report customer complaints, alleged defects and three deaths to U.S. regulators. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Ferrari hasn't submitted since 2011 the “early ...
    Ferrari Agrees to $3.5 Million Fine for US Safety Reporting LapsesWall Street Journal
    UPDATE 1-US regulators fine Ferrari $3.5 million for not filing reportsReuters
    NHTSA fines Ferrari $3.5 millionDetroit Free Press
    Livemint -New York Daily News -Daily Mail
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  8. New Facebook Inc Ad Platform Atlas Will Challenge Google Inc - ValueWalk


    ValueWalk

    New Facebook Inc Ad Platform Atlas Will Challenge Google Inc
    ValueWalk
    It its third quarter earnings report earlier this week, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg stunned Wall Street analysts and investors alike when he announced that spending would be around 75% for the firm next year ($10-12 billion). Exactly ...
    Ask Zuck: Facebook CEO to Hold Online Q&APC Magazine

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  9. Amazon Addresses Fire Phone Missteps, Admits It Was Overpriced - High-Def Digest


    Computerworld

    Amazon Addresses Fire Phone Missteps, Admits It Was Overpriced
    High-Def Digest
    After revealing troubling financial numbers related to its Fire Phone last week, Amazon has begun addressing the possible reasons behind the mobile device's slow start in the market. In an interview with Fortune, the company cites initially high pricing as its ...
    Survey: Amazon Rises To Top In Tablet SatisfactionTwice

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  10. Stud or a Dud? Microsoft Touts First Fitness Band - Mobile Marketing Watch


    Stud or a Dud? Microsoft Touts First Fitness Band
    Mobile Marketing Watch
    Stud or a Dud Microsoft Touts First Fitness Band Stud or a Dud? Microsoft Touts Earlier this month, our sister site mHealthWatch first reported that Microsoft was planning to plant its flag in the wearables market before Apple. Although Apple unveiled its first ...

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