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  1. Screen size matters to Apple fans in line for the iPhone 6 - PCWorld


    Sky News Australia

    Screen size matters to Apple fans in line for the iPhone 6
    PCWorld
    Apple fans were out early in full force in Boston and New York Friday morning to buy the larger screen iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus have some of the “the biggest advancements in iPhone history,” Apple said when it ...
    Apple fan frenzy as iPhone 6 hits store shelvesSan Jose Mercury News
    Watch: First Australian to snag an iPhone drops itSin Chew Jit Poh
    Apple CEO Tim Cook Personally Kicks Off iPhone 6 Sales at Palo Alto StoreNDTV
    BBC News -Tapscape
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  2. Apple iPad Air With Retina Display May Be Replaced Within A Matter of Weeks - JBG News


    JBG News

    Apple iPad Air With Retina Display May Be Replaced Within A Matter of Weeks
    JBG News
    Today sees the launch of the latest Apple products, the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus however thoughts have already turned to what device Apple will come out with next and it appears the iPad is in line for a update. The first rumours ...
    iOS 8 release: Apple rolls out latest update but don't upgrade todayTech Times
    Here are the limits of Apple's iOS 8 privacy featuresCSO Online
    MacBook Air Retina Delayed Because of Unavailable Core M Chip: Report SaysHallels
    Arizona Daily Star -Computerworld -Huffington Post
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  3. Gold IPhones at $3600 as China Delay Fuels Black Market - Businessweek


    Times of India

    Gold IPhones at $3600 as China Delay Fuels Black Market
    Businessweek
    An Apple iPhone 6 Plus gold at a Verizon store on Sept. 18, 2014 in Orem, Utah. Photographer: George Frey/Getty Images. Liu Min stands a few feet from an Apple Inc. (AAPL:US) store in Beijing hawking something that can't be bought inside: the new iPhone ...
    iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 5S And iPhone 5: Should You Upgrade?Forbes
    iPhone 6 Sales in China on Hold Pending Licence ApprovalNDTV
    Apple iPhone lacks 'key' licence in China: reportBangkok Post

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  4. GM to Add New 'Top-End' Cadillac Sedan as US Sales Slump - Businessweek


    Businessweek

    GM to Add New 'Top-End' Cadillac Sedan as US Sales Slump
    Businessweek
    General Motors Co. (GM:US) said it will begin building a new “top-end, high-technology” sedan next year in Detroit, as the largest U.S. automaker's luxury brand contends with declining sales. Production of the rear-wheel-drive model will start in 2015's final ...
    New Cadillac Flagship to Launch in Early 2015, Will Enter Production in Q4 2015Rush Times

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  5. Rivals Dash To Support Apple Pay For Fear Of Losing Out - NDTV


    NDTV

    Rivals Dash To Support Apple Pay For Fear Of Losing Out
    NDTV
    In the hype-fuelled technology industry, "revolutionary" is a word in danger of losing its meaning. But Apple Inc's new mobile payments system - unveiled just ten days ago - is already winning over the heavyweights of the financial industry and signaling the ...
    Measuring Apple Pay's success: Give it years, not monthsCNET
    Citibank, Wells Fargo sending its customers an introduction to iPhone 6, Apple PayApple Insider
    Apple Pay: big banks, credit card companies participatingCCTV-America
    Marlin Finance Media Room -BGR -Tech Times
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  6. Watch out: eBay vulnerability leads to phishing log-in page - Engadget


    Daily Mail

    Watch out: eBay vulnerability leads to phishing log-in page
    Engadget
    Thinking about picking up a used iPhone on eBay? Shop carefully, friends: it's apparently phishing season. The BBC is reporting some auction listings are redirecting to counterfeit eBay login pages -- fronts for phishing scams designed to steal customer ...
    BBC Reports on Security Flaw Gives eBay Black EyeEcommerceBytes (blog)
    eBay security flaw has existed for monthsBBC News
    eBay's latest security flaw has been stealing user passwords since FebruaryITProPortal

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  7. Other automakers to challenge Tesla in over-the-air software upgrades - Reuters


    Reuters

    Other automakers to challenge Tesla in over-the-air software upgrades
    Reuters
    DETROIT, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc on Friday announced it is rolling out a software upgrade over-the-air to its current Model S owners, a unique ability that other automakers are expected to offer within a few years. Tesla, based in ...
    States should allow Tesla to sell directly to consumersThe Salinas Californian
    Tesla Model S software update version 6.0 liveProduct Reviews
    TEMECULA: Tesla Motors offering test drives at PromenadePress-Enterprise
    USA TODAY -Fortune
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  8. Android L Will Keep Your Secrets Safer - TechNewsWorld


    TechNewsWorld

    Android L Will Keep Your Secrets Safer
    TechNewsWorld
    Hard on the heels of increased security measures in Apple's newly released iOS 8, Google this week confirmed that encryption will be turned on by default in the next release of Android. Android has offered encryption for more than three years, and keys are ...
    A new Android Wear smartwatch seeks funding on IndiegogoGigaom
    Google Joins Apple In Making Android Devices Encrypted By DefaultCRN
    iPhone 6: The final straw for Android makers eaten alive by the data parasite?Register
    BBC News -ValueWalk -Hindustan Times
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  9. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus get the iFixit teardown treatment - TechSpot


    TechSpot

    The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus get the iFixit teardown treatment
    TechSpot
    Just hours after going on sale to the general public, iFixit has managed to get both new iPhone models in their hands to perform their signature teardowns. As these in-depth articles usually do, several parts of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hardware have ...

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  10. Facebook Meets Hot-Or-Not In News Feed - Dumb-Out


    Facebook Meets Hot-Or-Not In News Feed
    Dumb-Out
    Facebook is at it again, making changes which they hope will guide users to engage the social network more actively, especially when they are in the middle of other socially-relevant activities. Watching the football game? Facebook wants to hear about it.

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