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Monday, September 15, 2014
Checked 4:25 AM; Last Updated 9:15 PM CDT; 02:15 GMT


General Interest
  • "In Latest Volley Against Amazon, Hachette's Writers Target Its Board" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:15 PM
  • "Chinese Gripe at Being Left Out of Alibaba's IPO" Bloomberg 8:35 PM
  • "Simon Xie: Jack Ma's unassuming lieutenant at Alibaba" Reuters 8:35 PM
  • "London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with 'tech firsts'" Reuters 8:35 PM
  • "Netflix ready for its European close-up" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 6:43 PM
  • "France broadcasters braced for Netflix debut" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 6:42 PM
  • "Google's Web-video ambitions bump into hard reality" CNET 6:40 PM
  • "Engineers made a battery-free radio the size of an ant: The devices could help power the Internet of Things" The Verge 7:08 AM
  • "Getting Past Gatekeepers to Reach Decision-Makers" Forbes 6:39 PM
  • "Qualcomm Says Its Chips Can Power a More Secure Smartphone Kill Switch" Re/code 9/13
  • "Trying to Hit the Brake on Texting While Driving" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9/13
  • "Lip reading is still too hard for computers" Engadget 9/13
  • "Students! Google Wants To Lend You A Chromebook This Term" Digital Trends 9/13
  • "Cars that drive themselves starting to chat with each other" Reuters 9/13
  • "7 Tech Projects That Could Revolutionize Your Daily Life" Mashable 9/13
  • "This Guy Almost Became CEO Of Apple, Google, And Yahoo — Here's What It Feels Like To Miss Out On Big Opportunities" Business Insider 9/13
  • "3 Facebook News Feed Changes, Explained: This week Facebook launched a privacy tool, more ad options, and two updates to video. Here's a closer look at what's new." InformationWeek 9/13
  • "Almost No One Attended Mark Zuckerberg's 2005 Lecture At Harvard's Comp Sci Class (Which Is Now Insanely Popular)" Business Insider 9/13
  • "EBay shares backtrack after it dismisses talk of Google stake" Reuters 9/12
  • "AT&T plans to offer Wi-Fi calling in 2015: AT&T's Ralph de la Vega also said he expects customer turnover to remain low in the third quarter." CNET 9/12
  • "LinkedIn Says China Needs Open Door for Internet Firms" Bloomberg 9/12
  • "Oculus co-founders donate $35 million to erect computer science wing at University of Maryland" Engadget 9/12
  • "Drag queen fights back against Facebook's 'real name' policy: Stands up for 'nonconforming individuals who have often escaped a painful past.'" Ars Technica 9/12
  • "Facebook's real name policy is dangerous for LGBT users" The Daily Dot 9/12
  • "Moto X reported to have 'Pure Edition' with stock Android onboard" Electronista 9/12
  • "Motorola's unlocked, unbranded Moto X will be called the 'Pure Edition'" The Verge 9/12
  • "India probes identity card for monkey god Hanuman" BBC 9/12
  • "Blackberry Executive Suggests Company Could Enter Smartwatch Space" Digital Trends 9/12
  • "Alibaba plans to close IPO order book early: Bloomberg" Reuters 9/12
  • "T-Mobile CEO on Sprint: 'Put a fork in it. They're done'/In an interview, outspoken John Legere talks about the suddenly lively Sprint as a competitor, the failed merger with Sprint, and his thoughts on BlackBerry." CNET 9/12
  • "For your birthday, Google would like to remind you that Google+ exists" The Daily Dot 9/12
  • "T-Mobile adds 2.7 million customers in August, breaks company record" Reuters 9/12
  • "New Sprint CEO explains why he's killing Sprint's godawful 'Framily' ads" BGR 9/12
  • "PlayStation 4 outsells Xbox One in US during August" Neowin 9/12
  • "Amazon to open another London office in 2017 to make room for growing headcount: Bookseller will pitch up in Shoreditch" The Inquirer 9/12
  • "MIT Media Labs' next hackathon will make breast pumps suck less" Engadget 9/12
  • "DARPA is funding the development of a soft, fabric-based exoskeleton" Engadget 9/12
  • "Data centres to gain from expanding DDR4 portfolio" EE Times Asia 9/12
  • "SanDisk beats rivals to 512GB SD card -- at a whopping $800" CNET 9/12
  • "SanDisk premiere 512GB SD card with 4K support" Neowin 9/12
  • "Sony launches security cameras that see in the dark: The exposure technology improves infrared footage" Computerworld New Zealand 9/12
  • "Nikon D750 full-frame 24.3MP DSLR launches with Wi-Fi, tiling screen" Electronista 9/12
  • "Nikon's full frame D750 packs a tilting LCD and WiFi for pros on the go" Engadget 9/12
  • "Nikon Coolpix S6900 compact camera has flip-out display, stand" Electronista 9/12
  • "HTC's next device could be an action camera" Engadget 9/12