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Bloomberg (Checked 12:45 PM; no changes since 8:40 AM CST)
  • "Alibaba's Ma Considered Sony Venture on 'Ghostbusters'"
  • "Cisco Seeks to Block Arista Network Devices From the U.S."
  • "Uber Customer Vigilance Urged Following Boston Sex Assault Cases"
  • "BlackBerry Revenue Miss Overshadows Turnaround Progress"
  • "Samsung May Increase Dividend by as Much as 50%"
  • "Atos to Acquire Xerox IT Outsourcing Unit for $1.05 Billion"
  • "BlackBerry and Boeing Team Up to Offer Self-Destructing Spy Phone"
  • "Short-Seller Block Bluffs His Way Onto NQ Mobile's Call"
  • "Uber Seeks to Patent Pricing Surges That Critics Call Gouging"
  • "Uber Declared Illegal in Taiwan After 63 Fines Issued" ...
InformationWeek (Checked 12:50 PM CST; no changes since Friday)
  • "Video: Hacker Stocking Stuffers, Safe Online Shopping Tips"
  • "MyWebGrocer Taps Power Of API"
  • "Cartoon: Where Data Goes To Die"
  • "Android Antitrust Lawsuit Given Another Chance"
  • "Geekend: The Inaugural Geeky Awards"
  • "Big Data: 6 Bold Predictions For 2015"
  • "Microsoft Previews 6 New Power BI Features"
  • "6 IT Career Resolutions"
  • "Technology Training: Why We're In Hell"
New York Times (Updated 12:50 PM CST)
  • "North Korea Warns U.S. Not to Take Sony Action"
  • "The Lesson of the Sony Hack: We Should All Jump to the 'Erasable Internet'"
  • "Sued by Google, a State Attorney General Retreats"
  • "Staples Says Security Breach May Have Affected 1.16 Million Cards"
  • "BlackBerry Narrows Loss, But Its Revenue Declines"
  • "Rent the Runway, a Designer Fashion Start-Up, Raises $60 Million"
  • "Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing"
  • "An App, Memoir, Guesses Your Fondest Memories"
  • "T-Mobile to Pay $90 Million to Settle Claims of Wrongful Phone Charges"
  • "Staples Says Breach Affected About 1.2. Million Cards"
PC Magazine (Checked 12:50 PM; no changes since 8:45 AM CST)
  • "December 20 08:00am EST In Memoriam: The Tech We Lost in 2014"
  • "The Best Christmas Movies on Netflix, Amazon"
  • "The Real Thing the Sony Hack Exposes Is Hypocrisy"
  • "8 Last-Minute Tech Gift Ideas"
Reuters (Checked 12:50 PM; no changes since 8:45 AM CST)
  • "North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with U.S."
  • "North Korea denies responsibility for Sony cyber attack"
  • "Sony Pictures CEO says had no choice but to pull 'The Interview'"
  • "Sony trying to find alternatives to release 'The Interview'"
  • "Japan, South Korea condemn Sony hack; Chinese paper says movie is senseless"

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