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  1. Retired US airport body scanners fail to spot guns, knives - PCWorld


    New York Daily News

    Retired US airport body scanners fail to spot guns, knives
    PCWorld
    A type of body scanner in wide use across U.S. airports through last year fails to spot well-concealed weapons including guns and knives, computer security researchers contend. The Rapiscan Secure 1000 full body scanner provides only “weak protection ...
    Report: Researchers Spoof TSA Airport ScannersPC Magazine
    Full Body Scanners Not Great At Detecting WeaponsUbergizmo
    Researchers can easily fool former TSA X-ray scanners and sneak in dangerous ...Yahoo! Voices
    Boing Boing -New York Daily News -Businessweek
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  2. Barnes & Noble Teams with Samsung to Unleash New Nook Device - Design & Trend


    Design & Trend

    Barnes & Noble Teams with Samsung to Unleash New Nook Device
    Design & Trend
    (Photo : Getty Images/Spencer Platt) Barnes & Nobles has revealed a new Nook device, teaming with Samsung to take a shot at its struggling e-reader community. The new revamped Nook blends the bookseller's digital content with the electronic company's ...
    Barnes & Noble unveils its first Nook made by SamsungBBC News
    Samsung unveils Nook tabletThe Hindu
    The first non-Nook Nook tablet, by Samsung, is out nowTabTimes
    Tampabay.com -Tech Gen Mag -Austin American-Statesman
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  3. Apple Shares Hit All-Time High - The Chosun Ilbo


    Firstpost

    Apple Shares Hit All-Time High
    The Chosun Ilbo
    Apple shares hit an all-time high on Tuesday, closing at US$100.53, up 1.4 percent from the previous day. The tech titan's total market capitalization stood at $601.9 billion. Apple shares hit their last record of $702.1 on Sept. 19, 2012 ahead of the release of ...
    Apple soars over iPhone optimismIrish Examiner
    Apple soars to new high on hopes for bigger-screen iPhoneToronto Star
    iPhone 6: A delicate compromiseZDNet
    MarketWatch -Philly.com
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  4. Twitter To Remove Images Of Dead People Following Robin Williams' Suicide ... - CBS Local


    CBS Local

    Twitter To Remove Images Of Dead People Following Robin Williams' Suicide ...
    CBS Local
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Twitter announced this week its commitment to deal with images of the deceased as requested by their family. The move comes a week after Robin Williams' daughter Zelda was harassed with fake, but graphic photos of her ...
    Twitter To Remove Photos, Videos of Deceased Family MembersChinatopix
    Twitter to remove photos of deceased on families' requestTelegraph.co.uk
    How to Get Twitter to Remove Media of Deceased Family MembersInvestorplace.com

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  5. Uber API Terms Bar Developers From Working With Competing Services - TechCrunch


    TechCrunch

    Uber API Terms Bar Developers From Working With Competing Services
    TechCrunch
    So a quick side note that wasn't really mentioned in today's earlier coverage around Uber's big API announcement this morning: The on-demand transportation company will bar developers who are interested in using its API from integrating with competing ...
    5 Top Apps for Travel AgentsTravelPulse
    TripAdvisor And Uber Team UpFOX CT
    Uber parks itself in mobile dining and travel appsThe Malay Mail Online
    Angle Chronicle -Christian Science Monitor -Cult of Mac
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  6. Battle for east Ukraine - Reuters


    Reuters

    Battle for east Ukraine
    Reuters
    Street fighting and heavy shelling hit cities and towns in rebel-held east Ukraine. Tweet this; Link this · Share this · Digg this · Email · Print · Reprints. Comments (0). This discussion is now closed. We welcome comments on our articles for a limited period after ...

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  7. Delaware Eases Access to Digital Data of Dead - Wall Street Journal


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    Delaware Eases Access to Digital Data of Dead
    Wall Street Journal
    Delaware Gov. Jack Markell this month signed a bill that gives estate attorneys and other fiduciaries more control of their deceased clients' digital data, including email, social media and cloud storage data. The law, which takes a novel approach, deals with ...
    US state first to pass laws on inheritance of digital accounts after deathTVNZ
    Die in this state and your heirs get your online accountsCNNMoney
    Delaware gives heirs keys to your email, moreThe News Journal
    9 to 5 Google -Techlicious (blog) -Billboard
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  8. US announces $30 million reward for info on Haqqani leaders - Firstpost


    Sahara Samay

    US announces $30 million reward for info on Haqqani leaders
    Firstpost
    Washington: The United States has announced a bounty of $30 million for information leading to the location of five key leaders of the Haqqani militant network, held responsible for several attacks on civilians and Nato forces in Afghanistan. Barack Obama.
    US offers $ 30 million for Haqqani network leadersSahara Samay
    US offers $30 million in search for Haqqani leadersThe Express Tribune
    US Offers New Rewards for Haqqani LeadersVoice of America
    Washington Post
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  9. Credit Photograph by Ted S. Warren/AP - The New Yorker


    The New Yorker

    Credit Photograph by Ted S. Warren/AP
    The New Yorker
    In rural Washington State, a local restaurant owner, who runs the kind of place where retirees linger over scrambled eggs and parents feed their children hamburgers, proudly told Anna Haley-Lock, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, how ...

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  10. The Google IPO crew, then and now - Fortune


    TIME

    The Google IPO crew, then and now
    Fortune
    “This,” wrote the Google Ventures general partner David Krane yesterday on Twitter. “10 years ago, today. A day I'll never forget…” The object in question was the photo-of-a-photo seen above, of Google executives preparing to ring the opening bell of ...
    The Biggest Risk to Google, Inc.'s One-Stop Information ShopMotley Fool
    Ten Ways Google Has Innovated Since Its IPO Ten Years AgoWPRO

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