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  1. Facebook Launches Pseudo-Anonymous App 'Rooms' - ABC News


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    Facebook Launches Pseudo-Anonymous App 'Rooms'
    ABC News
    What happens when a bunch of people gather under the cloak of pseudo-anonymity in a virtual chat room? With the launch of Facebook's new "Rooms" app, the world is about to find out. The chat room and message board hybrid allows like-minded people to ...
    Facebook wants to bring back the anonymous chatroomCNN
    Facebook hopes to get people talking -- using whatever name -- with Rooms appPCWorld
    Facebook Announces Anonymous Chat App 'Rooms'Mac Rumors
    Mashable -PC Magazine -Forbes
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  2. Why Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Spent Years Learning Mandarin Chinese - NBCNews.com


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    Why Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Spent Years Learning Mandarin Chinese
    NBCNews.com
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stunned Chinese students when he conducted a half-hour discussion in Mandarin on Wednesday. Zuck's skills delighted the open-mouthed onlookers — but experts say it's all part of Zuckerberg's quest to conquer China, and ...
    Zuckerberg's Chinese speech gets mixed reviewsBBC News
    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg just did a Q&A, entirely in ChineseMarketWatch
    Mark Zuckerberg deserves a lot of credit for speaking mediocre MandarinWashington Post (blog)
    Telegraph.co.uk -CBS News -CNN
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  3. Facebook nemesis Ello gets big investment backing, takes legal vow to stay ad ... - Tech Times


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    Facebook nemesis Ello gets big investment backing, takes legal vow to stay ad ...
    Tech Times
    The new social media network Ello is cementing its vow to not serve ads by becoming a Public Benefit Corporation given an unchangeable and legally-binding charter. It received $5.5 million in funding. (Photo : Ello) ...
    Even with $5.5 million fundraising, Ello pledge to stay ad-free, legallyThe Next Digit
    How Ello made it illegal for it to sell adsChristian Science Monitor
    'Anti-Facebook' Social Network Gets Fresh FundingNDTV
    Macworld -Daily Mail -BBC News
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  4. Inside the iPad Air 2 - ZDNet


    ZDNet

    Inside the iPad Air 2
    ZDNet
    iPad Air 2 teardown (Image: iFixit). The new iPad Air 2 is out, and one of the first units off the production line has fallen into the hands of the iFixit team. What's Hot on ZDNet. Microsoft reveals audacious plans to tighten security with Windows 10 · One month ...
    iPad Air 2 has a smaller battery, iFixit findsCNET
    Apple releases thinner iPad Air, iPad Mini 3National Business Review (subscription)

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  5. Google Invests in Magic Leap, an Augmented Reality Firm - New York Times


    Google Invests in Magic Leap, an Augmented Reality Firm
    New York Times
    Photo. The start-up Magic Leap, using a different approach called a digital light field, could seamlessly place a swimming shark in an office setting.Credit Magic Leap. Google is making a big bet on augmented reality, leading a $542 million investment in a ...

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  6. Apple Plans More Stores in China - Wall Street Journal


    Wall Street Journal

    Apple Plans More Stores in China
    Wall Street Journal
    A woman sets up her new iPhone 6 at an Apple store in Beijing. Getty Images. By. Gillian Wong. Updated Oct. 23, 2014 8:14 a.m. ET. 0 COMMENTS. BEIJING— Apple Inc. plans to increase the number of its Apple-brand retail stores in Greater China to 40 from ...
    Tim Cook: Apple will open 25 stores in China within two yearsTelegraph.co.uk
    UPDATE 1-Apple CEO says to add 25 stores in China within two years - SinaReuters
    Blog: China-backed hackers target Apple's iCloud usersPrairie Business

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  7. Beyond tweets: Twitter aims for mobile domination - Telegraph.co.uk


    Telegraph.co.uk

    Beyond tweets: Twitter aims for mobile domination
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Twitter is setting its sights beyond tweets. At the Flight mobile developer conference in San Francisco this week, Twitter launched a new mobile development platform called Fabric, with which it hopes to infiltrate all the apps on your mobile phone. Fabric is ...
    Twitter Wants To Be a Piece of Your Mobile AppsTop Tech News
    Twitter Pitches Future as Broader Mobile Services Companybrandchannel.com
    Twitter weaves Fabric, but will developers be drawn in?PCWorld
    Mashable -BostInno -ValueWalk
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  8. Apple Pay's Rollout Encounters Small Glitch; BofA Responds Quickly - Vending Times


    Businessweek

    Apple Pay's Rollout Encounters Small Glitch; BofA Responds Quickly
    Vending Times
    The highly anticipated rollout of Apple Pay did not go off without a hitch. Within 24 hours of the new mobile payment system's activation, consumers took to social media to complain that they were double charged on accounts linked to Bank of America.
    Bank of America to Refund Apple Pay Customers Charged TwiceInc.com
    Here's How Apple Pay Gets Reluctant Consumers to Bite on Digital WalletsMainStreet
    Apple Pay and the Mobile Wallet Tipping Point: It Will Come Down to the Retail ...Wired

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  9. GT Advanced Technologies Officially Announces Sapphire Settlement With Apple - Mac Rumors


    Mac Rumors

    GT Advanced Technologies Officially Announces Sapphire Settlement With Apple
    Mac Rumors
    gt_sapphire_furnace Earlier this week, it was revealed that Apple and its sapphire supplier GT Advanced Technologies had reached an agreement to effectively dissolve their partnership and allow GT to shut down operations at the Apple-owned sapphire ...
    Apple, GT Advanced Technologies in Agreement on Sapphire MaterialsWall Street Journal
    Apple says to keep evaluating distressed sapphire company GT AdvancedReuters
    GT Advanced reaches bankruptcy deal with Apple, will sell off more than 2000 ...Apple Insider
    Times of India -Bidness ETC
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  10. Audi Recalls 850000 Cars Over Airbag Software Flaw - New York Times


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    Audi Recalls 850000 Cars Over Airbag Software Flaw
    New York Times
    Audi is recalling about 850,000 cars worldwide over a software problem that could cause airbags to fail to deploy properly. The recall of A4s from 2013-15 model years includes about 102,000 cars in the United States. The software problem was caught during ...
    Audi Recalls 850000 Cars For Airbag MalfunctionDumb-Out
    Audi will recall 102000 A4 cars in U.S. over airbag software glitchAutomotive News
    Audi recalls 102K A4 models over airbag software glitchLeftLane News
    Auto World News -Deutsche Welle -Reuters
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