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  1. How Tim Cook's Apple conquered the world - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    How Tim Cook's Apple conquered the world
    Telegraph.co.uk
    There are certain universal rules: birds fly, politicians lie, Apple makes money. In the last three months of 2014, the firm behind the iPad and iPhone increased its profits by 37 per cent, to $18 billion – the largest ever recorded by a public company. To get an ...
    Apple stock pushes toward record after massive holiday salesSan Jose Mercury News
    Apple's China iPhone Coup Shows Angela Ahrendts Is Worth Every PennyForbes
    Apple's secret weapon isn't a new productMarketWatch
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  2. Sony Reveals Spotify-Powered PlayStation Music - PC Magazine


    USA TODAY

    Sony Reveals Spotify-Powered PlayStation Music
    PC Magazine
    Get ready to rock, gamers. Spotify is headed to Sony's PlayStation Network. Sony today announced it is shutting down its current Music Unlimited service and replacing it with a new music destination in partnership with Spotify. Dubbed PlayStation Music, the ...
    Sony kills Music Unlimited, duets with Spotify on PlayStation MusicCNET
    PlayStation getting a Spotify-powered music service, closing Music UnlimitedEngadget
    Sony, Spotify team up for PlayStation MusicUSA TODAY
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  3. Dell XPS 13 review (2015): Meet the world's smallest 13-inch laptop - Engadget


    Engadget

    Dell XPS 13 review (2015): Meet the world's smallest 13-inch laptop
    Engadget
    CES has come and gone; the holidays are long past; and now all we're left with are a few months of dreary weather. No fun, right? Right. Except if you're a tech writer. Now that most major companies have revealed their new lineups, we have the exciting job ...
    Dell XPS 13 (2015) Ultrabook, HotHardware's Full ReviewHot Hardware
    Dell XPS 13 (2015): Pros and Cons for BusinessBusiness News Daily
    MacBook Pro 2015 Release Date To Be Announced At Apple WWDC Event In ...KpopStarz
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  4. Twitter adds new video and messaging features in latest update - ITProPortal


    Washington Post

    Twitter adds new video and messaging features in latest update
    ITProPortal
    Twitter has announced two new major features on the microblogging service, alongside a slew of small fixes. The main feature is 30 second videos are now available and can be monetized through Twitter's own advertising platform. The new monetization ...
    Twitter users can soon post 30-second videos, send group messagesDigital Trends
    Twitter expands current offerings: Users can now post videos and host private ...News Every day
    Twitter Group Direct Messages, Mobile Video Experience: Here's How to Use ...Tech Times
    Bidness ETC -KpopStarz -KMPH Fox 26
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  5. Nissan and Ford Recall Nearly 1 Million Vehicles - Wall Street Journal


    Christian Science Monitor

    Nissan and Ford Recall Nearly 1 Million Vehicles
    Wall Street Journal
    Nissan Motor Co. is recalling nearly 768,000 sport-utility vehicles world-wide to fix faulty hood latches and electrical shorts that could cause fires, and Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 221,000 cars and vans to fix problems with door latches and seat belts.
    Nissan recall includes 768K SUVs for electrical, hood problemsChristian Science Monitor
    Nissan recalls 768000 crossovers and SUVs for separate problemsReuters
    Nissan Recalls SUVs To Fix Electrical Shorts, Hood LatchesCBS Local
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  6. US FCC warns against blocking personal Wi-Fi access - Reuters


    Reuters

    US FCC warns against blocking personal Wi-Fi access
    Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday warned hotels and other entities against blocking personal Wi-Fi access, or hot spots, saying it was illegal and could incur heavy fines. "The Enforcement Bureau has seen ...
    FCC to Hotels: Stop Blocking Wi-Fi Hotspots (or Else)PC Magazine
    FCC Warns Hotels About Intentionally Blocking Wi-Fi HotspotsMac Rumors
    FCC: Wi-Fi hotspot-jamming by hotels and other entities is a “disturbing trend”Maine News Online
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  7. Volvo's entry car, S60, gets more power, plus fuel economy - The Tand D.com


    The Tand D.com

    Volvo's entry car, S60, gets more power, plus fuel economy
    The Tand D.com
    With new, more powerful turbo engines, the 2015.5 Volvo S60 is a distinctive, European premium sedan that's nimble, quick and has a surprisingly comfortable driver seat for 6-footers. The new S60 with base turbo four cylinder also ranks among the top 10 ...
    Fact sheet: 2015.5 Volvo S60Kansas City Star

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  8. Google Fiber coming to four more US cities - RedOrbit


    RedOrbit

    Google Fiber coming to four more US cities
    RedOrbit
    Yesterday, Google announced an expansion of their Google Fiber program, bringing the holy grail of internet speed to four more cities across the US: Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, and Raleigh-Durham metro areas. Currently, Google Fiber is active in Provo, ...

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  9. 'Bulletproof' Battery Could Prevent Fires, Researchers Say - ABC News


    ABC News

    'Bulletproof' Battery Could Prevent Fires, Researchers Say
    ABC News
    The same bulletproof material that has saved countless lives may now have another practical use in everything from smartphones to airplanes. Researchers at the University of Michigan have used Kevlar as a barrier to create slimmer lithium-ion batteries.
    Kevlar Membrane for Safer, Thinner, 'Bulletproof' Lithium RechargeablesProduct Design & Development
    University Of Michigan Creates Tech For Thinner, Lighter Batteries Using KevlarTechaeris
    How do you make a thin, flexible battery that can't explode? Just add Kevlar!Digital Trends
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  10. YouTube Puts Another Nail in Flash's Coffin with HTML5 on the Desktop - The Mac Observer


    The Mac Observer

    YouTube Puts Another Nail in Flash's Coffin with HTML5 on the Desktop
    The Mac Observer
    YouTube put another nail if Flash's coffin this week with the announcement that it is dropping Adobe's media format as the default for videos in favor of HTML5 on computers. The change means Flash-based content will be available at even fewer places ...
    YouTube Deprecates Flash Embeds, Flash APIWebProNews
    YouTube Defaults to HTML5 Video and VP9 Codec for Most BrowsersStreamingMedia.com (press release)

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