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Bloomberg (Updated 2:25 PM CST)
  • "Cisco Seeks to Block Arista Network Devices From the U.S."
  • "Alibaba's Ma Considered Sony Venture on 'Ghostbusters'"
  • "Uber Customer Vigilance Urged Following Boston Sex Assault Cases"
  • "Short-Seller Block Bluffs His Way on Call to Confront NQ Mobile"
  • "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"
  • "Uber Declared Illegal in Taiwan After 63 Fines Issued"
  • "MTS, VimpelCom to Share Networks to Cut Costs Amid Ruble Plunge"
  • "Samsung May Increase Dividend by as Much as 50%" ...
InformationWeek (Updated 2:25 PM CST)
  • "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 2:25 PM CST)
  • "Obama Vows U.S. Response to North Korea Cyberattack on Sony"
  • "The Lesson of the Sony Hack: We Should All Jump to the 'Erasable Internet'"
  • "BlackBerry Narrows Loss in Quarter, but Revenue Declines"
  • "Rent the Runway, a Designer Fashion Start-Up, Raises $60 Million"
  • "Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing"
  • "Uber Suspends Portland Operations in Deal With City Regulators"
  • "Uber Driver in Boston Area Is Charged With Rape"
  • "Millions of Fake Instagram Users Disappear in Purge"
  • "New York Regulator Outlines Changes to Bitcoin Rules"
  • "Psst! It's Me, the Mannequin. This Would Look Great on You."
PC Magazine (Updated 2:25 PM CST)
  • "T-Mobile Settles Phone-Cramming Case for $90 Million"
  • "Explore Street View With Google Cardboard"
  • "Video: Why Instagram Follower Counts Are Nonsense"
  • "Decision on Next Google Fiber Cities Delayed"
  • "FBI: North Korea 'Responsible' for Sony Pictures Hack"
  • "The Altair 8800: The Machine That Launched the PC Revolution"
  • "Judge Not Impressed With Android Antitrust Case"
  • "Tim Cook Makes Big Donation to Gay Rights Campaign"
  • "Report: Google Eyeing Cars With Built-In Android Access"
  • "Would You Share Driving Data for Perks?" ...
Reuters (Updated 2:25 PM CST)
  • "Obama vows U.S. response to North Korea over Sony cyber attack"
  • "Obama: North Korea acted alone in Sony hacking"
  • "North Korea denies responsibility for Sony cyber attack"
  • "Obama: U.S. will respond to North Korea-linked hack on Sony"
  • "U.S. consults Japan, China, South Korea, Russia on North Korean hacking"
  • "U.S. Homeland Security urges business, government cooperation on cyber security"
  • "Hollywood trade group, MPAA, calls Sony cyberattack 'despicable, criminal act'"
  • "Full text of U.S. FBI statement on Sony cyberattack"
  • "U.S. settles lawsuit with T-Mobile U.S. over cramming"
  • "Washington is limited in its response to North Korea over Sony hack" ...

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