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  1. Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches - PCWorld


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    Bug infects Apple's iOS 8 HealthKit, delaying third-party app launches
    PCWorld
    A bug in Apple's HealthKit—a back-end feature in iOS 8—is delaying the launch of outside developers' fitness and health apps, the company said Wednesday. HealthKit is a new tool for developers in iOS 8 designed to let their apps talk to Apple's native ...
    SwiftKey is a massive success on iOS 8BetaNews
    Apple's iOS 8 Infected by a BugPNC Voice
    iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users may want to skip iOS 8 for nowFudzilla
    Lansing Star -ReadWrite -Sydney Morning Herald
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  2. How to get an iPhone 6 for less - Dallas Morning News


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    How to get an iPhone 6 for less
    Dallas Morning News
    Apple vice president Phil Schiller introduced new products, including the iPhone 6, in Cupertino, Calif., last week. The Dallas Morning News. Published: 18 September 2014 08:42 PM. Updated: 18 September 2014 11:56 PM. Related. Apple devotees camp ...
    Review and Video: With Big New iPhones, the iOS 8 Software Inside ShinesNew York Times
    Apple closer to green light for iPhone 6 sales in ChinaComputerworld
    Apple's iPhone 6 still one license away from ChinaThe Daily Star
    Financial Times -India Today
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  3. Apple: iOS 8 Prevents Cooperation With Police Unlocking Requests - KPBS


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    Apple: iOS 8 Prevents Cooperation With Police Unlocking Requests
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    Apple's latest mobile operating system — iOS 8 — is now available, and with it, a new technical hurdle for law enforcement. The company says it will be technologically impossible to access data on phones and iPads running iOS 8, because it won't allow user ...
    With iOS 8, Even Apple Can't Give Data to the NSABayoubuzz

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  4. Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police - UPI.com


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    Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police
    UPI.com
    The next generation of Google's Android operating system will encrypt user data -- making it harder for police to get users personal information. By Heather Records | Sept. 19, 2014 at 2:25 AM | Comments. share with facebook. 12. share with twitter. 26.
    Android L will offer default encryption just like iOS 8ZDNet
    Android L To Apparently Be Encrypted By DefaultTechtree.com
    Google to boost Android encryption, joining AppleLivemint
    India Today -CNET
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  5. iPhone iFrenzy begins, starting in Japan and Australia, with many being bought ... - Washington Post


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    iPhone iFrenzy begins, starting in Japan and Australia, with many being bought ...
    Washington Post
    Anthropologists from another planet, looking down on these crowds, may wonder what primitive rite got underway this morning. As the Earth turned — starting from the east in Tokyo and Sydney, moving westward to London and onward to Syracuse, N.Y., and ...
    Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Arrive in Stores TodayABC News
    Fans queue around Apple's Covent Garden store for new iPhone 6Telegraph.co.uk
    Video: Lines around the world for Apple's iPhone 6 (Friday update)Fortune
    Inquirer -USA TODAY -TechRadar UK
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  6. Orders for Samsung Note 4 phone begin Friday - SFGate


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    Orders for Samsung Note 4 phone begin Friday
    SFGate
    NEW YORK (AP) — Samsung says U.S. wireless carriers will start taking orders for its large-screen Galaxy Note 4 smartphone on the same day larger iPhones go on sale. The Note 4 will be available on Oct. 17. Orders will be taken beginning Friday. It has a ...
    iPhone 6 Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Living with the phabletsCNET
    Galaxy Note 4 available Oct 17, pre-orders tomorrowSlashGear
    Samsung confirms it will release curvy Galaxy Note Edge in Canada next yearCalgary Herald

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


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    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.
    Facebook just changed its News Feed yet again. Here's how it could affect you.Washington Post

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  8. iPhone 6 Plus Teardown Reveals 1GB of RAM, 2915mAh Battery and More - NDTV


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    iPhone 6 Plus Teardown Reveals 1GB of RAM, 2915mAh Battery and More
    NDTV
    Apple's new iPhones were greeted by long queues in select countries including Japan and Australia. iFixit, the company that publishes free online repair guides for consumer electronics, got its hands on Apple's bigger iPhone 6 Plus from one of the stores in ...
    Apple iPhone 6 teardown reveals chips from Qualcomm, Skyworks: iFixitTimes of India
    UPDATE 2-Apple's iPhone 6 Plus includes chips from Qualcomm, Skyworks - iFixitReuters
    Peek inside the iPhone 6 with these thorough teardownsCult of Mac
    The Verge -Apple Insider -Reuters UK
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  9. Washington: Keep traffic speeding along the Information Superhighway - Arizona Capitol Times


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    Washington: Keep traffic speeding along the Information Superhighway
    Arizona Capitol Times
    i The remarkable growth of the Internet over the last 20 years has largely been driven by technological advances, but proposed regulations threaten to put the brakes on this communications medium that has been a boon to business and consumers alike.
    Freedom to innovate key to Internet future — ColumnAlexandria Town Talk
    FCC Deadline Passes But Debate Rages On Over Net NeutralityNBCNews.com
    Limbaugh is Right, Net Neutrality Is An Attack On Free Speech -- So Why Is ...Forbes
    Livingston Daily -ValueWalk -Computerworld
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  10. Facebook CEO Wants More Students to Explore Tech - ABC News


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    Facebook CEO Wants More Students to Explore Tech
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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to turn more American high school students into well-paid techies — and even hire some of them to work at his social-media company. Zuckerberg told students Thursday at Redwood City's Sequoia High School that ...
    Mark Zuckerberg makes surprise visit to Sequoia HighPalo Alto Online

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