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Sunday, October 19, 2014
Checked 11:15 PM; Last Updated 5:30 PM CDT; 22:30 GMT


  • "How Does Google Handle IT for Its Workers? Letting Employees Choose Their Own Technology Is Beneficial, Says CIO Ben Fried" [Paid Membership Required] 5:29 PM
  • "How Facebook and Google Now Dominate Media Distribution" Monday Note 1:11 PM
  • "Building on their lucky streak, Boomers can see digital health as their destiny" VentureBeat 10:01 AM
  • "A Dynamic New Tool to Preserve the Friendsters of the Future" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:24 AM
  • "10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT" TechCrunch 10/18
  • "The internet of things is here, but the rules to run it are not" Gigaom 10/18
  • "Tablets: Quest For The Enterprise" BetaNews 10/17
  • "How to Boost Your Phishing Detection Skills and Avoid Email Scams" Lifehacker 10/17
  • "Geekend: The Ethics Of Making Robots Like People" InformationWeek 10/17
  • "Silicon Valley's Frontman Problem" The Information [Subscription Required for Full Article] 10/17
  • "Stackify's smart error log management targets dev and ops" ZDNet 10/17
  • "Lockheed Martin thinks it can give the world unlimited clean energy in 20 years" Engadget 10/17
  • "OpenStack's Juno is out: But is it time to slow down the releases?" ZDNet 10/17
  • "Six Clicks: Useful things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S Pen" ZDNet 10/17
  • "SilverDraft and Micron bring you demons, devils, and movie magic" ZDNet 10/17
  • "Hacked: The six most common ways non-tech people fall victim" ZDNet 10/17
  • "Samsung revamps its lower-end Chromebook with faux leather" Engadget 10/17
  • "This is not a toy: $250 Samsung Chromebook 2 has Intel CPU, fanless design, aluminum reinforcement" PCWorld 10/17
  • "Student upgrades a 1930s typewriter for modern-day messaging" Engadget 10/17