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Apple's Steve Jobs Is Dead

YUKARI IWATANI KANE And GEOFFREY A. FOWLER The Wall Street Journal 10/06/2011

India announces $35 tablet computer for rural poor

KATY DAIGLE My Way News 10/06/2011
Apple's Steve Jobs Is Dead

Steven P. Jobs, the Apple Inc. chairman and co-founder who pioneered the personal computer industry and changed the way people think about technology, died Wednesday at the age of 56.

India announces $35 tablet computer for rural poor

India introduced a cheap tablet computer Wednesday, saying it would deliver modern technology to the countryside to help lift villagers out of poverty.

Microsoft considers bidding for Yahoo

Peter Lauria and Nadia Damouni Yahoo! News Canada 10/06/2011
Texting while driving 'more dangerous than thought'

Texting or emailing while driving is more dangerous than previously thought, according to a new study of the behavior.

Microsoft considers bidding for Yahoo

Microsoft Corp is considering a bid for Yahoo Inc, resurfacing as a potential buyer after a bitter and unsuccessful fight to take over the Internet company in 2008, sources close to the situation said on Wednesday.

Apple gets no love from Wall Street for new iPhone 4S

RACHEL METZ and JORDAN ROBERTSON AP 10/05/2011
Apple gets no love from Wall Street for new iPhone 4S

The most closely kept secret about the iPhone 5? There isn't one - yet. The new iPhone is faster, has a better camera and allows you to sync content without needing a computer. It includes a futuristic, voice-activated service that responds to spoken commands and questions such as "Do I need an umbrella today?"

Electric plane wins $1.35M prize from NASA

A Pennsylvania-based team's electric-powered plane flew a 200-mile course to win a $1.35 million prize from NASA.

Internet firms co-opted for surveillance: experts

Georgina Prodhan Reuters 10/03/2011
New law requires radiation warnings for cell phones

San Francisco controversial new law requiring cell phone retailers in the City to provide radiation information is now live.

Internet firms co-opted for surveillance: experts

Internet companies such as Google, Twitter and Facebook are increasingly co-opted for surveillance work as the information they gather proves irresistible to law enforcement agencies, Web experts said this week.

HK gov't welcomes Google's plan to set up data center

The Hong Kong government welcomes Google's announcement of its plan to build a data center in Hong Kong on Wednesday, saying it believes that Google could leverage Hong Kong's competitive edge to further enhance its business in the region.

'We didn't mean to track you' says Facebook as social network giant admits to 'bugs' in new privacy row

Facebook has admitted that it has been watching the web pages its members visit – even when they have logged out.


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