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Oct 24, 2014

New York Times

Alan Eustace Jumps From Stratosphere, Breaking Felix Baumgartner's World ...
New York Times
Alan Eustace, a senior vice president at Google, broke the world record for high-altitude jumps. Video by Atomic Entertainment on Publish Date October 24, 2014. Photo by Atomic Entertainment and Paragon Space Development Corporation. Continue ...
Google Exec Sets Records With Leap From Near-SpaceABC News
Google Exec Breaks Space Jump Record With Nearly 26-Mile Free FallMashable
A Google Exec Just Skydived 136K Feet, Smashing the World RecordWired
SFGate -Register
all 118 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014


Wall St. finally turning on Amazon as Bezos magic fades
SAN FRANCISCO/BOSTON (Reuters) - Inc's (AMZN.O) once fairy-tale ride on Wall Street has hit its most jarring bump yet. The company that for years enthralled investors with improbable growth and earned one of the technology sector's highest ...
Investors flee Amazon as losses mountLos Angeles Times
Amazon Employees, Not Investors, Will Have to Pressure Jeff Bezos to Slow DownBusinessweek
Out-of-patience investors sell off AmazonSFGate

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Oct 24, 2014

Irish Times

EU decision on agriculture a major breakthrough, Kenny says
Irish Times
The outgoing European Council president Herman Van Rompuy says the decision not to set national emission targets at this point was taken at the behest of member states. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters. Suzanne Lynch. Topics: News · Politics ...
Victory on emissions deal paves the way for more nuclear plantsThe Times (subscription)
EU reaches deal to cut greenhouse gas emissionsTODAYonline
UN climate chief hails EU dealArab News
Reuters -Businessweek -New York Times
all 932 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014

Fox News

Got a new iPad and want to switch carriers? Turns out it's not so easy
So much for a universal Apple SIM. AT&T and T-Mobile both lock down iPad SIM cards in their stores. The difference is a T-Mobile iPad purchased at an Apple store will remain open. by Ben Fox Rubin. and Roger Cheng. October 24, 2014 2:18 PM PDT.
2 new Apple tablets impress, but aren't must-havesThe Seattle Times
AT&T Locking Apple Interchangeable SIMs in iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 [Updated]Mac Rumors
10 Awesome Cases For Your New iPad Air 2 (APPL)SFGate
Wall Street Journal (blog) -Fox News -PC Magazine
all 214 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014

Discovery News

Scientists say Rosetta's comet stinks -- literally
Los Angeles Times
It turns out that the comet the Rosetta mission has been chasing for the last decade is a stinker. Literally. Researchers from the University of Bern in Switzerland say that if you could take a whiff of the cloud of gas surrounding the icy nucleus of comet ...
Comet Chury smells like rotten eggs and a horse stableDeutsche Welle

all 189 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014

Discovery News

Why did a 60-foot long shark go extinct? (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Giant, 60-foot-long (18 meters) Megalodon sharks used to lurk in the Earth's oceans, but while researchers are still unsure why these behemoths of the deep went extinct, scientists now have a better estimate for when it happened. In a new study, researchers ...
Megalodon Shark Extinction May Have Triggered Gigantism In Modern WhalesInternational Business Times
New Analysis on When and Why Carcharocles megalodon become extinct?Inferse
Giant Megalodon Shark disappeared 2.6 million years agoThe Eastern Tribune
Capital Wired -The Westside Story -The News Ledge
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Oct 24, 2014

Christian Science Monitor

Scientists discover highest Ice Age settlements yet
Christian Science Monitor
Some 12,000 years ago, humans were living high up in the Peruvian Andes, say scientists, suggesting that ancient South Americans adapted very quickly to high-altitude living. By Tia Ghose, LiveScience October 24, 2014. close. Archaeologists excavate a ...
Oldest high-altitude human settlement discovered in AndesFox News
Old, cold and bold: Ice Age people dwelled high in Peru's AndesReuters
Ice age Andes settlement found at record high
Daily Mail
all 158 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014

RCR Wireless News

US delays 'incentive' airwaves auction to early 2016
WASHINGTON Oct 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission expects a major auction of low-frequency airwaves to be pushed back to early 2016 from mid-2015 because of its complexity and a pending court challenge, an FCC official ...
FCC pushes spectrum auction to 2016Blouin News Blogs
FCC pushes TV spectrum auction to 2016 after legal challengeComputerworld New Zealand
FCC Delays Auction of TV Airwaves for Mobile BroadbandWall Street Journal
all 42 news articles »

Oct 24, 2014

The Independent

New Facebook app encourages anonymity and talking to strangers
CBS News
Facebook's sheer existence is based on getting people to share everything -- their names, their faces, who their friends are, where they are right now. But Rooms, a new app the company released Friday for iPhone and iPad, is designed for just the opposite: ...
Facebook hopes to get people talking with Rooms appComputerworld
Facebook's New App 'Rooms' Lets You Chat AnonymouslyHuffington Post
Facebook wants to bring back the anonymous chatroomCNN International
New York Daily News -Chicago Tribune
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Oct 24, 2014

After pulling out of the US, taxi app Hailo complains that rival Uber is blocking potential investors from offering funding.

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