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  1. Apple's iOS 8.1 hits Monday with Apple Pay, iCloud photo library - CNET


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    Apple's iOS 8.1 hits Monday with Apple Pay, iCloud photo library
    CNET
    The update, which became available for download Monday, adds support for Apple Pay, brings back the camera roll and launches the iCloud photo library. by Shara Tibken · @sharatibken; October 20, 2014 4:00 AM PDT; Updated: October 20, 2014 10:05 ...
    Why Apple Pay could even be a big deal for Android usersPCWorld
    Record iPhone sales drive Apple's 3Q beatSFGate
    Apple Pay and Everything Else to Expect From the iOS 8.1 UpdateABC News
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  2. Hoverboard? Still in the Future - New York Times


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    Hoverboard? Still in the Future
    New York Times
    Ever since Marty McFly rode a hoverboard in 1989's “Back to The Future II,” people have been dreaming of making the floating device a reality. Now, a California start-up says it has it figured out. Video by Sean Patrick Farrell on Publish Date October 21, 2014.
    Embrace Your Inner Marty McFly With the Hendo HoverboardPC Magazine
    The Hoverboard Is Finally RealMashable
    WATCH: "Hello... McFly!" Now's Your Chance to Get Your Very Own HoverboardYahoo Travel
    Hot Hardware -Heavy.com -Telegraph.co.uk
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  3. Analysts applaud Apple results: The competition may never catch up - MarketWatch


    MarketWatch

    Analysts applaud Apple results: The competition may never catch up
    MarketWatch
    MADRID (MarketWatch) — After knocking the socks off Wall Street estimates, Apple Inc. was rewarded with price-target upgrades on Tuesday by several analysts and a declaration that the iPhone maker may have left its competition in the dust for good.
    Apple PT Raised to $118.00 at Macquarie (AAPL)sleekmoney
    Why Apple Proves You Don't Need a Sale to Boost SalesFox Business
    Apple Pay Release Date, Features & Download: 5 Reasons Not to Use the ...Latinos Post
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  4. Takata Shares Plunge After Warning on Air Bags - Wall Street Journal


    TIME

    Takata Shares Plunge After Warning on Air Bags
    Wall Street Journal
    A picture dated April 11, 2013 shows the logo of Japanese auto-parts supplier Takata Corp. at the company headquarters in Tokyo. European Pressphoto Agency. TOKYO—Shares of Takata Corp. , the Japanese supplier of automotive air bags that have been ...
    Major air bag recall over safety concernsOrlando Sentinel
    Toyota-Honda airbag crisis deepens in blow to safety confidenceAutomotive News
    NHTSA warns millions of car owners to get their airbags fixedMyFox Chicago
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  5. Kindle Voyage Starts Shipping Today - MarketWatch


    TIME

    Kindle Voyage Starts Shipping Today
    MarketWatch
    SEATTLE, Oct 21, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- AMZN, +0.83% —Amazon today announced that the new Kindle Voyage—the most advanced Kindle ever—starts shipping today. Kindle Voyage features an all-new design, with our brightest, highest resolution, ...
    Kindle Voyage starts shipping (but prepare for a wait)SlashGear
    The New Kindle is Here: The VoyageTechaeris
    Amazon Kindle Voyage, a High-End E-Reader That Beats HardcoversNew York Times (blog)
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  6. Microsoft's CEO admits error - SFGate


    SFGate

    Microsoft's CEO admits error
    SFGate
    Photo: Liz Hafalia / The Chronicle Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella, who was in San Francisco to promote the company's cloud platforms, also apologized for remarks made to a group about women's raises recently that set off a wave of criticism. Microsoft's CEO ...
    Microsoft's Nadella gets $84M pay packageSan Jose Mercury News
    Inside Microsoft CEO Nadella's $84.3 million compensation packageZDNet
    Microsoft and Dell's cloud in a box: Instant Azure for the data centreRegister
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  7. Beats Headphones Creator Has Designed A Nightlight That's Constantly ... - Forbes


    Forbes

    Beats Headphones Creator Has Designed A Nightlight That's Constantly ...
    Forbes
    The biggest problem with all of the new smart home technology coming these days is the messy installation process. You're usually having to rip out old systems to put in whatever new smart thermostat, light or lock you've bought. And then you've got to figure ...
    A smart home gadget your parents can use without your helpVentureBeat
    Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight review: $99 is cheap if it saves your house from ...PCWorld
    Leeo's Smart Nightlight Keeps Tabs on Your Smoke DetectorsWall Street Journal (blog)
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  8. Mystery startup Magic Leap raises $542 mln from Google, others - Reuters


    Hollywood Reporter

    Mystery startup Magic Leap raises $542 mln from Google, others
    Reuters
    REUTERS - Magic Leap Inc, a startup focused on augmented reality technology, said it raised $542 million in a funding round led by Google Inc (GOOGL.O). Little is known about Magic Leap's product, but founder and CEO Rony Abovitz said in February that ...
    Here's what we know about Magic Leap, the Google-backed company that just ...VentureBeat
    Magic Leap Could Be Oculus Rift KillerTom's Guide
    "So Badass You Can't Believe It" Magic Leap Raises $542 Million To Launch ...Fast Company
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  9. Woman's dream job at Apple factory lasts one day - W*USA 9


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    Woman's dream job at Apple factory lasts one day
    W*USA 9
    Mary Arave is reflected in an iPhone in her Mesa, Ariz., home Oct. 20, 2014, after losing her job at Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies after one day on the job. (Photo: Michael Chow, The Arizona Republic).

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  10. Patrick Leahy asks Comcast to publicly swear it will not pave Internet 'fast lanes' - Maine News


    Maine News

    Patrick Leahy asks Comcast to publicly swear it will not pave Internet 'fast lanes'
    Maine News
    In an open letter to Comcast on Monday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) has asked the bigwig cable and Internet provider to publicly swear that it will not enter into any 'paid prioritization' agreements which may allow paid-for ...
    What is net neutrality all about?Boston Globe
    US Senate's net neutrality warrior to Comcast: Remind us how much you hate ...Register
    Are We Really Saving the Open Internet?MIT Technology Review
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