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Oct 22, 2014


Newsweek

Sold! Apple-1 Computer Built by Steve Wozniak Auctioned for $905000
NBCNews.com
One of the few remaining examples of Apple Inc.'s first pre-assembled computer, Apple-1, has sold for a record $905,000 at an auction in New York. The Apple-1 was described as “in superb overall condition,” with no apparent modifications to the ...
Rare working Apple I goes for record-smashing $905000 at auctionApple Insider
UPDATE 2-Early Apple computer sells for $905000 at auctionReuters
A piece of Apple history sells for $900000Fortune
SFGate (blog) -CBS Local -CNET
all 92 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


SFGate

FCC pauses review of Comcast, AT&T deals over contract fight
SFGate
Photo: Patrick T. Fallon / Bloomberg A conflict over contract disclosures is delaying the FCC's reviews of Comcast's Time Warner Cable Inc. deal and AT&T's purchase of DirecTV. A conflict over contract disclosures is delaying the FCC's... Image 2 of 2.
Feds in holding pattern on major telecom merger proposalsTech Times
REFILE-UPDATE 1-US FCC pauses clock on AT&T-DirecTV, Comcast-TWC ...Reuters
AT&T 'optimistic' about DirecTV merger in wake of halt on FCC reviewDallas Business Journal
Fortune -Los Angeles Times -Dslreports
all 36 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


New York Times

AT&T Net Drops, but Customers Stay
New York Times
AT&T's customers are even more loyal than they were before. It lost less than 1 percent of contract subscribers last quarter. Credit Richard Drew/Associated Press. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main ...
Tablets, Cars Drive AT&T Wireless gains_not PhonesABC News
UPDATE 3-AT&T revenue misses forecasts as more customers bring own phonesReuters
AT&T third-quarter profit falls short even as it adds 2M wireless customersCNET
USA TODAY -Forbes -Channel Partners
all 76 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


SFGate

Google unveils app for managing Gmail inboxes
SFGate
Photo: Uncredited, AP This product image provided by Google shows the iPhone version of the company's Inbox app. The application is designed to make it easier for its Gmail users to find and manage important information that can often become buried in ...
Google's new Inbox promises a smarter way to manage your emailSydney Morning Herald
Google opens new Inbox – email for people too stupid to handle emailRegister
Google wants to help manage your e-mails with new Inbox appTechSpot
Fox Business -MediaPost Communications -Tom's Hardware
all 272 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


TIME

Here come the pay phones
Boston Globe
For the past week or so, I've been getting dirty looks in the checkout line as I fumble through my pockets. How should I pay for my purchases? With my iPhone 5S? My iPhone 6? Or maybe my Android, the HTC One? This is no ordinary shopping spree. This is ...
I thought the iPhone 6+ was too big; I was wrongComputerworld
Google Wallet's upcoming ad campaign hopes to spread the word about rival ...Phandroid.com
Will Apple Pay be the next iRevolution?Pueblo Chieftain
BGR -Calgary Herald -The Horn
all 2,660 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


Fox News

Scientists reconstruct genome of 45000 year old human
Beta Wired
Scientists have announced they have successfully reconstructed the genome of a human that lived and died 45,000 years ago. Advertisement. The new research findings represent the oldest existing genetic record from what could be considered a modern ...
DNA Reveals, Neanderthals & Modern Humans First Mated 50000 years agoCapital Wired
Scientists sequence the genome of a 45000-year-old man — the earliest human ...Washington Post
New evidence on Neanderthal mixingHarvard Gazette
WYSO -Toronto Star
all 51 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


Chicago Sun-Times

BofA to refund Apple Pay customers charged twice
Coos Bay World
SAN JOSE, CALIF. (AP) — Bank of America is apologizing for double-billing customers who made purchases using Apple's new mobile payments service. A bank spokeswoman said Wednesday that the glitch involved about 1,000 transactions and that all ...
Bank of America customers double-charged for Apple Pay purchasesMacon Telegraph (blog)
Bank of America apologizes for Apple Pay double chargesCharlotte Business Journal (blog)

all 187 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


TechSpot

Digits could replace usernames, passwords with mobile phone numbers
TechSpot
Twitter's first developer conference in four years, Flight, is in full swing and we're already seeing some announcements out of San Francisco. Perhaps one of the most interesting is Digits, Twitter's plan to replace the password with a user's mobile phone ...
Why Twitter Is Paying For Your Cell Phone NumberForbes
Beyond tweets: Twitter weaves new approach to mobile appsCNET
Twitter's 'Digits' lets you sign in to apps with your phone numberTechRadar UK
CNBC -In The Capital -Wall Street Journal (blog)
all 81 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


Sydney Morning Herald

Microsoft officially ditches Nokia brand for upcoming devices
Sydney Morning Herald
This post was originally published on Mashable. Microsoft Mobile's website is filled with words — but one that you won't find is "Nokia." Apart from images and a single reference from a module powered by the Nokia Facebook page (which apparently hasn't ...
Microsoft to drop the iconic Nokia name from its smartphones in IndiaEconomic Times
Microsoft looks set to drop Nokia name from smartphonesReuters
Microsoft ditching the 'Nokia' and 'Windows Phone' brands for 'Microsoft Lumia'Fortune
Stuff.co.nz
all 215 news articles »


Oct 22, 2014


ValueWalk

European Dairy Consumption Rethought Given New Study
ValueWalk
While we started as hunter-gatherers ultimately animal husbandry, the cultivation of crops, and dairying took over; however, it appears that humans in certain regions had little to no ability to digest dairy products that they were producing for quite some time.
Research looks at humans' lactose intoleranceBlouin News Blogs
DNA From Ancient Human Bones Sheds Light on Skin Color, Lactose ToleranceAmerican Live Wire
Ancient human skulls reveals dairy consumptionNorthern Voices Online
Dumb-Out -Capital Wired -Daily Digest
all 35 news articles »




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