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  1. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks Chinese, wins kudos - Los Angeles Times


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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks Chinese, wins kudos
    Los Angeles Times
    Facebook has been blocked by Chinese authorities for over five years, but company founder Mark Zuckerberg appears to be on a new charm offensive to crack the massive market. In a move that has sent tongues wagging across China and around the globe, ...
    What Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg said in Mandarin that so impressed the ...PCWorld
    Mark Zuckerberg speaks Mandarin during Beijing Q&ATelegraph.co.uk
    Zuckerberg speaks Chinese, Beijing students cheerWashington Post
    CNET
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  2. Do you STRUGGLE with EMAIL? You need ANOTHER INBOX, says Google - Register


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    Do you STRUGGLE with EMAIL? You need ANOTHER INBOX, says Google
    Register
    Vid Email has been around for more than 40 years – but Google thinks we just can't handle its devilish complexity. And lo, the Oompa-Loompas of the Chocolate Factory have developed an application dubbed Inbox to make an easy job easier. Google Inbox.
    Can Gmail's new Inbox app conquer yours?Sydney Morning Herald
    Google launches Inbox app in latest attempt to solve email headachesThe Guardian
    Inbox by Gmail, your personal secretaryHindu Business Line
    Independent Online -Indian Express
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  3. Nokia Gives Bullish Outlook as It Swings Back to Profit - Wall Street Journal


    Wall Street Journal

    Nokia Gives Bullish Outlook as It Swings Back to Profit
    Wall Street Journal
    Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri, pictured in April, said Thursday the outlook for the Finnish telecom-equipment company is improving. Bloomberg News. By. Sven Grundberg. Sven Grundberg. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographySven Grundberg ...
    Finland's Nokia beats market expectations in Q3Reuters
    Nokia's broadband gamble pays offFinancial Times
    Nokia gives bullish outlook, swings back to profitMarketWatch
    MiamiHerald.com
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  4. iPad Air 2 has a smaller battery, iFixit finds - CNET


    CNET

    iPad Air 2 has a smaller battery, iFixit finds
    CNET
    The one new feature you didn't expect from Apple's iPad Air 2? iFixit says the new device has a battery that's 15 percent smaller, yet Apple claims it still gets the same battery life. by Nick Statt · @nickstatt; October 22, 2014 5:59 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook.
    Apple iPad Air 2 has triple-core chip, 2GB RAM: Benchmark testsTimes of India
    Apple releases thinner iPad Air, iPad Mini 3National Business Review (subscription)

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  5. Microsoft Discontinuing Xbox Music Free Streaming in December - Hardcore Gamer


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    Microsoft Discontinuing Xbox Music Free Streaming in December
    Hardcore Gamer
    Microsoft announced on their official website that the free Xbox Music streaming service will be discontinued, effective December 1, 2014. The free streaming service will be discontinued for all compatible devices and in all countries where Xbox Music is ...
    Free Xbox Music streaming service is closingMCV
    Microsoft to discontinue free Xbox Music streamingCIO New Zealand
    Check out these great music streaming apps for Windows PhoneCNET
    VentureBeat -BetaNews
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  6. Here come the pay phones - Boston Globe


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    Here come the pay phones
    Boston Globe
    For the past week or so, I've been getting dirty looks in the checkout line as I fumble through my pockets. How should I pay for my purchases? With my iPhone 5S? My iPhone 6? Or maybe my Android, the HTC One? This is no ordinary shopping spree. This is ...
    iPhone 6 payment service Apple Pay has charged some users twiceDaily Mail
    Apple's fiscal 4Q earnings beat estimates due to strong iPhone salesTech Times
    How to Use Apple PayPC Magazine
    CNET -Huffington Post
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  7. Twitter's New Path To Ubiquity: Becoming Part Of Every App - Forbes


    Forbes

    Twitter's New Path To Ubiquity: Becoming Part Of Every App
    Forbes
    Twitter wants to be “the largest information network in the world” and reach “every person on the planet,” but over the last six months or so, it has accepted that getting every person on the planet to actually sign up and become users — or even just a measly ...
    Twitter's Digits Wants to Kill the Password Once and For AllTechnoBuffalo
    Twitter Unveils New Password-Free Mobile Service And App-Building Toolkit at ...Beauty World News
    Behind Twitter's Move to Become a Mobile-Services ShopWall Street Journal (blog)

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  8. Early Apple computer fetches close to $1m at auction - Sydney Morning Herald


    Sydney Morning Herald

    Early Apple computer fetches close to $1m at auction
    Sydney Morning Herald
    A vintage Apple computer, one of only 50 made in Steve Jobs' garage in 1976, sold for $US905,000 ($A979,172) at auction on Wednesday. Bonhams auction house said the winning bid, which includes its premium, came from The Henry Ford museum and ...
    Early Apple computer sells for $905000 at auctionKOMO News
    Apple-1 computer built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak sells for more than ...The Independent
    Early Apple computer sells for $905K at auctionGoErie.com
    Times of India -iAfrica.com
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  9. Apple Will More Than Double China Stores in 2 Years - Businessweek


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    Apple Will More Than Double China Stores in 2 Years
    Businessweek
    Apple Inc. (AAPL:US) plans to more than double the number of stores it operates in the Greater China region in the next two years. The number of outlets will increase to 40 in the region, which includes the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan, from 15 now, ...
    Apple CEO says to add 25 stores in China within two years - SinaReuters
    Cook reassures China on iPhone securityZDNet
    Apple: Internet Explorer? Never heard of itComputerworld

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  10. Microsoft Customers Are Putting IoT Tools to Work to Drive Results - eWeek


    eWeek

    Microsoft Customers Are Putting IoT Tools to Work to Drive Results
    eWeek
    As the Internet of things (IoT) is becoming an increasingly popular industry, more companies are implementing IoT technologies. Microsoft has the devices, the services and the cloud to help companies take advantage of IoT. The company's approach allows ...

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