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  1. Instagram launches Hyperlapse app - iAfrica.com


    IBNLive

    Instagram launches Hyperlapse app
    iAfrica.com
    Remember Microsoft's nifty Hyperlapse video technique? Well, Instagram is launching a new app dedicated to creating these videos. The Hyperlapse app lets you create image-stabilised timelapse video clips, with users able to choose the speed of their ...
    Hyperlapse: Instagram launches a new app that lets you capture smooth time ...IBNLive
    Instagram launches Hyperlapse, a time-lapse app for iPhoneTimes of India
    Instagram's Hyperlapse brings pricy stabilization to phonesAtlanta Journal Constitution
    CNET -SFGate
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  2. Apple Inc (AAPL) Might Come Up with 12.9-inch iPad in Early 2015 - StockWise Daily


    Toronto Sun

    Apple Inc (AAPL) Might Come Up with 12.9-inch iPad in Early 2015
    StockWise Daily
    Amidst its iPhone 6 launch plans, Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) is working hard on its iPad by putting pressure on suppliers to speed up the production. The company might start manufacturing the largest iPad with 12.9-inch screen earlier next year. With current ...
    Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro Rumored for 2015 Launch – Slate Sales Still SlippingHighlight Press
    Apple 'to release biggest-ever iPad'Telegraph.co.uk
    Apple Looks to Shake Up iPad Line with 12.9 Inch ScreenBloomberg
    ITProPortal -Economic Times -TIME
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  3. Lizard Squad: Who Is the Group Claiming Responsibility for High Profile Hacks? - ABC News


    ABC News

    Lizard Squad: Who Is the Group Claiming Responsibility for High Profile Hacks?
    ABC News
    Catch them if you can. The mysterious hacker of hacking collective known as "Lizard Squad" has taken responsibility for a number of cyber-attacks that have briefly knocked high-profile sites offline. Lizard Squad is vocal, taunting and a bit obnoxious on Twitter ...
    You Don't Have to Be an Evil Hacker Genius to Bring Down PlayStationBusinessweek
    Hackers suggest bomb threat against top Sony execNew York Daily News
    Sony PlayStation Network struck by DDoS attack, bomb threat grounds executiveZDNet
    Telegraph.co.uk -Inquirer -Mirror.co.uk
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  4. Video games come of age as spectator sport - seattlepi.com


    IBNLive

    Video games come of age as spectator sport
    seattlepi.com
    NEW YORK (AP) — Video games have been a spectator sport since teenagers crowded around arcade machines to watch friends play "Pac-Man." And for decades, kids have gathered in living rooms to marvel at how others master games like "Street Fighter ...
    Amazon snaps up gaming website TwitchBelfast Telegraph
    Twitch video gaming site — why Amazon thought it was worth $1 billionHerald Sun
    Amazon targets gamers with $970m acquisition of TwitchIndependent Online
    CNNMoney -New York Times -SFGate
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  5. Intel Unveils Small Modem Aimed at IoT Devices - eWeek


    eWeek

    Intel Unveils Small Modem Aimed at IoT Devices
    eWeek
    The XMM 6255, which is smaller than a penny, is the latest move by Intel in its effort to become a major player in the burgeoning Internet of things. Intel has built a tiny 3G modem designed for the massive numbers of small devices that will be part of the ...
    Intel reveals world's smallest wireless modem for the Internet of thingsVentureBeat
    Intel Announces XMM6255: The World's Smallest Standalone 3G ModemAnandTech
    Tiny 3G chip targets IoTEE Times India
    Citifmonline -Inquirer -PC Magazine
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  6. 'Mario Kart 8' DLC: Zelda And Animal Crossing Coming To Nintendo's Racer - Huffington Post UK


    'Mario Kart 8' DLC: Zelda And Animal Crossing Coming To Nintendo's Racer
    Huffington Post UK
    Nintendo has announced it will release two packs of additional courses and drivers for their absolutely brilliant karting game, starting in November. The packs will be available for £7 each, or £11 for both, with releases coming in November 2014 and May 2015 ...

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  7. Zync Render: Google buys visual effects firm that worked on 'Star Trek' - Firstpost


    Times of India

    Zync Render: Google buys visual effects firm that worked on 'Star Trek'
    Firstpost
    Google Inc said it bought Zync Render, the visual effects cloud-rendering technology company behind "Star Trek Into Darkness". Rendering is the process of generating an image from a 2D or 3D model, or models, using computer programs. Zync provides ...
    Google Acquires Zync To Bring Visual Effects Rendering To Its Cloud PlatformNew Tang Dynasty Television
    Google Acquires Visual Effects Startup ZyncPC Magazine
    In brief: Google acquires special effects companyHouston Chronicle
    Bloomberg -CNET
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  8. IDC: Server refresh cycle propels industry forward in Q2 - ZDNet


    IDC: Server refresh cycle propels industry forward in Q2
    ZDNet
    Screen Shot 2014-08-27 at 08.06.52 Credit: Dell. The worldwide server market increased 2.5 percent year-over-year to $12.6 billion in the second quarter as businesses undertake server refreshment. According to research firm IDC, server unit shipments also ...
    Server sales have turned a corner, IDC saysPC Advisor

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  9. Google Image Search bug caught scaring everyone out with car crash pics - Mobiletor.com


    Mobiletor.com

    Google Image Search bug caught scaring everyone out with car crash pics
    Mobiletor.com
    In case Tuesday was one of those days on which you completely avoided Google Image Search, then you definitely didn't spot a bug which caused a Russian car crash photo to appear in practically every cluster of results. But it doesn't seem to have been a ...
    Not Even a Broken Internet Can Stop Kevin DurantThe Alcalde
    Google Bug Displays Russian Car AccidentValueWalk
    Google fixes image search after 'car crash' bugZDNet
    Nassau News Live
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  10. HP recalls 6 million laptop cords over burn concerns - ZDNet


    CNNMoney

    HP recalls 6 million laptop cords over burn concerns
    ZDNet
    Hewlett-Packard has announced a worldwide voluntary recall of up to 6 million AC power cords that were distributed with HP and Compaq notebooks, mini notebooks, and some docking stations sold between September 2010 and June 2012. On August 26 ...
    HP recalls 6 million laptop power cords over fire hazardTimes of India
    Hewlett-Packard recalls power cords worldwideABS CBN News
    Hewlett-Packard recalls notebook power cords that pose a fire riskArs Technica
    WIFR -PCWorld -eWeek (blog)
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