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  1. Notch doesn't make Minecraft anymore - CNET


    New York Times

    Notch doesn't make Minecraft anymore
    CNET
    Opinion: You need to understand a child's innocent passion for Minecraft to know why today's news had such a deep impact across the globe. by Seamus Byrne · @seamus; 16 September 2014, 11:27 am AEST. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin.
    Microsoft bets on gold mine from “Minecraft” purchaseThe Seattle Times
    Minecraft Fans Back Founder's Decision, Wary of MicroftBusinessweek
    Microsoft buys Minecraft's parent Mojang for $2.5b, fans worry for future of platformSydney Morning Herald
    Minneapolis Star Tribune -SFGate -New York Times
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  2. FCC Revisits Net Neutrality Exemption for Mobile Broadband - New York Times


    New York Times

    FCC Revisits Net Neutrality Exemption for Mobile Broadband
    New York Times
    The future of protecting an open Internet has been the subject of fierce debate, and potential changes to the rules by the Federal Communications Commission could impact your online experience. Video Credit By Natalia V. Osipova and Carrie Halperin on ...
    Open Internet gaining ground on web rulesStuff.co.nz
    4 Months and 3 Million Comments Later, the Public Has Spoken on Net NeutralityMashable
    David Pogue explains why consumers care so much about net neutralityPBS NewsHour
    Al Jazeera America -National Journal -International Business Times
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  3. Apple: iPhone 6 sparks record 4 million pre-orders - San Jose Mercury News


    Times of India

    Apple: iPhone 6 sparks record 4 million pre-orders
    San Jose Mercury News
    CUPERTINO -- More than 4 million pre-orders for the new iPhones were placed on the first day, shattering sales records for Apple and prolonging wait times for its enthusiastic fan base. In a statement issued Monday, Apple detailed the debut of the iPhone 6 ...
    Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders hit record 4 million in 24 hoursFirstpost
    Apple receives record 4 million iPhone orders on first dayThe Hindu
    New iPhone generates more than four million first-day pre-ordersHerald Scotland
    Irish Independent -IBNLive -The Straits Times
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  4. First Impressions: Micromax Canvas A1 Android One smartphone - Times of India


    Times of India

    First Impressions: Micromax Canvas A1 Android One smartphone
    Times of India
    NEW DELHI: Google has finally launched the first set of Android One smartphones that are powered by reference design hardware and closely integrated, standardized, stock-Android UI. While there's not much differentiation in terms of the internals, the ...
    With Android One, Google does an Apple, takes over control of its own OSTech2
    Google Introduces Android One Phone for Emerging MarketsNew York Times (blog)
    Android One enters India's budget smartphone marketEE Times India
    Economic Times -ZDNet
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  5. Microsoft invites media to meet the next version of Windows - ZDNet


    TechSpot

    Microsoft invites media to meet the next version of Windows
    ZDNet
    It's official: Microsoft has sent out invitations to a September 30 event in San Francisco, where the company is expected to show off an enterprise technology preview of its next version of Windows, codenamed Threshold. "Join us to hear what's next for ...
    Microsoft to spotlight new Windows software September 30The Sun Daily
    Microsoft invites reporters to see 'what's next for Windows' (hint: it's Windows 9)PCWorld

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  6. NHTSA's on the Spot — Finally - EE Times


    Reuters

    NHTSA's on the Spot — Finally
    EE Times
    A US Senate subcommittee will hold a hearing Tuesday to probe the slackardly performance by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in enforcing auto and highway safety laws. The trigger for this hearing is the NHTSA's failure to press ...
    Questions over highway oversightMarketplace.org
    Regulator Slow to Respond to Deadly Vehicle DefectsNew York Times
    Exclusive: US safety chief raps GM's 'flawed' culture on recallsBaltimore Sun

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  7. Facebook and others form TODO group to take on the challenges of open source ... - VentureBeat


    VentureBeat

    Facebook and others form TODO group to take on the challenges of open source ...
    VentureBeat
    Facebook has long been supportive of open source development, and over the years it has opened up some of its projects to the public, encouraging the community to utilize and build on them. Today, at the engineering conference @Scale, Facebook ...
    Facebook open sources McRouter for scalable memcached deploymentsiT News
    Facebook Opens Up Tools To Scale MemcachedEnterpriseTech
    An Alliance of Major Players to Guide Open-Source SoftwareNew York Times (blog)
    Investor's Business Daily -CIO
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  8. Late Chinese delivery of Apple's new iPhones - SFGate


    SFGate

    Late Chinese delivery of Apple's new iPhones
    SFGate
    Apple announced Monday it will sell its next generation of larger screen iPhones in more than 30 countries this month, but one major market is missing from the list — mainland China. The Cupertino company hasn't said when the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus will be ...
    Demand outstrips supply of new iPhonesWashington Post
    Apple could see product 'super cycle' amid iPhone 6, 6 Plus upgradesZDNet
    Early buyers must wait for new iPhonesThe Times (subscription)

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  9. Tesla Wins Battle With Massachusetts But Shares Lose Big - ValueWalk


    ValueWalk

    Tesla Wins Battle With Massachusetts But Shares Lose Big
    ValueWalk
    Tesla was given a victory in Massachusetts today but that hardly slowed the stock's losses today. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has been involved in fights with numerous states and their dealer associations regarding the companies online sales of its ...

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  10. Internet-enabled objects add to security risks - Computerworld Australia


    Computerworld Australia

    Internet-enabled objects add to security risks
    Computerworld Australia
    The Internet of Things (IoT) will create additional security risks for businesses and consumers, according to network security experts at the APNIC 38 conference in Brisbane. Each new machine connected to the Internet opens another window for malicious ...
    Who Owns the Internet of Things?Motley Fool
    Internet of Things (IoT) Leaders: ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Freescale, Google, Intel ...MarketWatch

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