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  1. Apple Pay Q&A: What you need to know - Businessweek


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    Apple Pay Q&A: What you need to know
    Businessweek
    CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple's mobile payment system, Apple Pay, made its debut Monday. Now you can flash your new iPhone in the checkout line to pay for food, clothing and other goods. There's no need to pull out your credit card. But don't leave ...
    Review: Apple Pay in ActionABC News
    Apple's iPhone sales beat Street but iPad volumes slideReuters
    Apple Pay: The Real-World TestMashable
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  2. Apple clarifies Spotlight Suggestions data collection practices - CNET


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    Apple clarifies Spotlight Suggestions data collection practices
    CNET
    Responding to user privacy concerns, Apple issues a statement describing the restrictions it places on the collection of customer data. by Steven Musil · @stevenmusil; 21 October 2014, 3:01 pm AEDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus.
    Apple responds to Spotlight Suggestions 'backlash,' says personal data ...Apple Insider
    Apple's Yosemite OS shares Spotlight search terms by defaultPCWorld
    Spotlight Suggestions Sends Minimum Amount of Data to Apple, Exact Location ...Mac Rumors
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  3. 7th Generation Kindle is the Most Advanced E-Reader Ever - Design & Trend


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    7th Generation Kindle is the Most Advanced E-Reader Ever
    Design & Trend
    (Photo : Amazon) Amazon's announcement of its 7th generation Kindle in September brought many questions as to how it was going to perform. With its release, many reviews have been written and techies say it is the company's most advanced e-reader ...
    Voyage, a High-End Amazon Kindle That Beats HardcoversNew York Times (blog)
    Up close with Amazon's high-end Kindle Voyage e-readerGeekWire
    Amazon Kindle VoyagePC Magazine
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  4. YARR! Pirates walk the plank: DMCA magnets sink in Google results - Register


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    YARR! Pirates walk the plank: DMCA magnets sink in Google results
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    Advert slinger Google has said it's started burying websites that help people illegally download copyrighted stuff. The web giant claimed today it sinks pro-piracy sites way down its search results – yes, beyond page two, the grim wastelands of the web.
    Google's updated search engine cracks down on piracy websitesRT
    Google Fights Piracy With Links to Legit Sites...for a PricePC Magazine
    Google Fights Piracy (And Makes A Buck) With Ads For Legal Downloads In ...The Consumerist
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  5. The cloud shines brightly at Microsoft - The Seattle Times


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    The cloud shines brightly at Microsoft
    The Seattle Times
    Microsoft highlights some big numbers when it tells the story of its growing cloud offerings. Analysts say the level of the company's investment in those operations is eye-catching. By Janet I. Tu. Seattle Times technology reporter ...
    Microsoft Expands Its Hyperscale Cloud FootprinteWeek
    UPDATE 1-New Microsoft CEO pay tops $80 mln with big stock awardsReuters
    With new servers, regions and an appliance, Microsoft kicks off another battle in ...Gigaom
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  6. Spotify Family lets users share one Premium account at a discount - Inquirer


    Spotify Family lets users share one Premium account at a discount
    Inquirer
    spotify MUSIC STREAMING SERVICE Spotify announced on Monday that it will follow in the footsteps of Netflix with a multi-user account proposition, which will be coming to the UK "in the next few weeks". Spotify Family will allow subscribers to add up to four ...

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  7. Microsoft May Unveil Fitness Band in Time for Holidays - Tom's Guide


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    Microsoft May Unveil Fitness Band in Time for Holidays
    Tom's Guide
    It may seem that all the most anticipated products of the year have already been announced, but 2014 is far from over. Microsoft is reportedly working on a fitness wearable that will be announced in the coming weeks and could be available for sale this ...
    The Microsoft Smartwatch: A Decade In The MakingDumb-Out
    Microsoft's smartwatch with fitness features coming soon: ReportFirstpost
    Microsoft joining in smart watch arms raceBeta Wired
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  8. Toyota Warns Against Using Front Seats Amid Air-Bag Probe - Bloomberg


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    Toyota Warns Against Using Front Seats Amid Air-Bag Probe
    Bloomberg
    Toyota Motor Corp. (TM) advised U.S. owners of its cars to keep passengers out of front seats until dealers can repair defective air bags, four months after taking similar actions in Japan. Toyota issued the public warning as the National Highway Traffic Safety ...
    Toyota widens air bag recall, warns passengersUSA TODAY
    Urgent warning on potentially deadly, recalled air bagsSFGate
    NHTSA: Exploding Airbag WarningWKEF ABC 22
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  9. Wolverton: Apple Pay great, at stores that accept it - San Jose Mercury News


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    Wolverton: Apple Pay great, at stores that accept it
    San Jose Mercury News
    When Apple Pay launched Monday, my editors decided I needed to go shopping. I didn't have to be asked twice. In fact, I felt like a teenager set loose in a mall with a parent's credit card. Now I just needed to find some places that took my peculiar form of ...
    How Stripe Helps to Power Apple Pay TransactionsBloomberg
    Apple Pay 'Far Different' in Its Approach to Banks, USAA SaysPaymentsSource
    How safe are mobile payment systems?KFVS
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  10. US Senate's net neutrality warrior to Comcast: Remind us how much you hate ... - Register


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    US Senate's net neutrality warrior to Comcast: Remind us how much you hate ...
    Register
    US Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has issued an open letter asking Comcast to make a public commitment against erecting internet fast lanes for wealthy websites. Leahy also wants the American telco to use its market and lobbying muscle to support net ...
    Net neutrality debate brings FCC commissioner to A&MTexas A&M The Battalion
    Leahy urges Comcast to take a stand against Internet 'Fast Lanes'vtdigger.org
    Sen. Leahy seeks Comcast pledge to stay away from Internet fast lanesTech Times
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