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  1. LG Display posts solid Q3, warns of weak TV panel prices
  2. Canonical Intros Ubuntu 13.10 for Phones and PCs
  3. Verizon Pushing Update to Samsung Galaxy S4
  4. Samsung Proposes Patent Cease Fire in Europe
  5. Sharp to Reconfigure Plant for Smartphone IGZO Displays
  6. Cricket Announces the ZTE Source
  7. EU says Samsung offers to stop patent lawsuits in Europe
  8. KPN says could resume takeover talks with America Movil
  9. Siemens to dismantle Infrastructure business in revamp: report
  10. Telecom Italia investor Fossati seeks board overhaul after Telefonica deal
  11. Nikon D5300 First Impressions Review
  12. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 First Impressions Review
  13. IBM's revenue slump stokes growth fears
  14. Publishers need to know their readers to survive in digital era
  15. Play Music App Adds 'I'm Feeling Lucky' Radio
  16. FCC Reveals Samsung L500 for Virgin Mobile
  17. Lenovo Mulling Bid for BlackBerry
  18. Facebook for BlackBerry 10 Lets Users Delete Posts
  19. Moto Maker Will Import iPhone Contact Data to Moto X
  20. Google's third-quarter beats as ad volume surpasses price slide
  21. EBay's Omidyar and his 'Next Adventure in Journalism'
  22. Lenovo signs non-disclosure deal with BlackBerry: WSJ
  23. Verizon third-quarter earnings, revenue beat Wall Street estimates
  24. New NSA deputy expected to be leaks task force head: sources
  25. AMD quarterly results beat expectations but stock drops
  26. Nexus 5 Appears in Google Play Store for $349
  27. Google Results Top Wall Street Expectations
  28. DealBook: New Silicon Valley Fund to Back Big Data Start-Ups
  29. European Authorities Wary of 3-D Guns Made on Printers
  30. Verizon Profit Soars as Wireless Business Grows
  31. Google's third-quarter beats as ad volume grows, stock flirts with $1,000 level
  32. Fujifilm XQ1 First Impressions Review
  33. Fujifilm X-E2 First Impressions Review
  34. Europe Moves to Shield Citizens’ Data
  35. Bits Blog: New York Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Thwart Phone Theft
  36. Telekom Austria says does not expect hostile move by Carlos Slim
  37. Texas Senator Blocks Confirmation of FCC Chair
  38. Sony Engineers Faster Wireless Charging Tech
  39. New York Takes Another Step to Curb Phone Theft
  40. Google shares break $1,000 barrier as mobile pays off
  41. Exclusive: Motorola looking to exit wireless LAN business - sources
  42. SoftBank to spend $1.26 billion for majority Brightstar stake
  43. Nimble Storage files for IPO of up to $150 million
  44. U.S. Cellular Lands the iPhone 5s/5c November 8
  45. Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for Verizon
  46. Exclusive: NSA delayed anti-leak software at base where Snowden worked -officials
  47. NYSE to open up facilities for testing ahead of Twitter IPO
  48. Online payroll company Paylocity selects banks for 2014 IPO -sources
  49. Google Stock Tops $1,000, Highlighting a Tech Divide
  50. Bits Blog: Video Game Sales Bounce Back, Thanks to Grand Theft Auto
  51. Bits Blog: Electrical Grid Is Called Vulnerable to Power Shutdown
  52. Haunted house business gets boost as techs up thrill ante
  53. N.S.A. Plan to Log Calls Is Renewed by Court
  54. AT&T Will Fold Aio Wireless into Cricket After Acquisition
  55. Google Hangouts for iOS Gains Voice Calls
  56. This Is War (for a Game Industry’s Soul)
  57. Bits Blog: Seeking Online Refuge From Spying Eyes
  58. SAP to wind down software product for small businesses: magazine
  59. Twitter quitters dog IPO
  60. Big data heralds return of the Cray supercomputer
  61. To Catch Up, Walmart Moves to Amazon Turf
  62. Obama to call healthcare website glitches 'unacceptable' as fix sought
  63. Amazon's third-party deals must change, German watchdog says: paper
  64. HTC CEO steps back to focus on fixing smartphone slide: FT
  65. U.S. surveillance leaks threaten police use of new technologies: official
  66. AT&T Strikes $4.85B Cell Tower Deal with Crown Castle
  67. Disruptions: Silicon Valley’s Next Stop: The Kitchen
  68. News Analysis: My Selfie, Myself
  69. Brand New Apple iPhone 5S 32GB Unlocked..$650
  70. Tablet craze drives rise in smart device shipments: Gartner
  71. Wall Street banks learn how to survive in staged cyber attack
  72. Tablet Makers Gear Up for Latest Skirmish
  73. Contractors See Weeks of Work on Health Site
  74. Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg Starts Spending His Billion-Dollar Charitable Fund
  75. The Media Equation: Tech Wealth and Ideas Are Heading Into News
  76. Coordinates: Robot Games: A Challenge for the Machines and the Controllers
  77. China's Baidu challenges Alibaba with financial services platform
  78. Marlin Equity to take network gear maker Tellabs private
  79. Boost Mobile to Sell iPhone 5s/5c November 8
  80. FCC Moves H Block Spectrum Auction to Jan. 22
  81. HTC CEO Sheds Some Responsibilities to Focus on Products
  82. BBM for Android and iOS Relaunching Today
  83. BlackBerry rolls out BBM to Android, iPhone users
  84. States' online 'Amazon tax' fight may land in U.S. Supreme Court: lawyers
  85. Siemens wins dismissal of U.S. lawsuit alleging Asia bribery
  86. T-Mobile Pushing Android 4.3 to HTC One
  87. Netflix customer gains reinforce growth hopes, shares jump
  88. Yahoo tried to slow Microsoft search rollout: filing
  89. Gory videos OK when posted for users to 'condemn': Facebook
  90. Twitter to End Its Music App, Which Never Made Much Noise
  91. E.U. Panel Backs Plan to Shield Online Data
  92. DealBook: U.S. Exchanges Set to Compete for Alibaba I.P.O.
  93. Google unveils services promoting free expression
  94. Quality One Wireless Finalizes PCD Acquisition
  95. Twitter account of China's state broadcaster hacked
  96. Nokia Debuts Lumia 1520 with 6-Inch HD Screen
  97. Nokia Jumps Into Tablet Fray with Lumia 2520
  98. Nokia Creates More Custom Apps for Its Lumia Phones
  99. Nokia Says Instagram Coming to Windows Phone in 'Weeks'
  100. Nokia launches tablet to join Microsoft gadget push
  101. China television slams Samsung Electronics for charging customers to fix smartphone d
  102. Telekom Austria risks credit rating for auction cost
  103. Google has nothing to fear from new EU data law
  104. BSkyB signs deal with Twitter to show Champions League clips
  105. Loeb's Third Point takes Nokia stake, plans to return some cash
  106. South African firm's phones to be made in Africa, for Africa
  107. Page Plus Attempting to Resolve Network Outage
  108. Nokia Outs Combined 'Smart' and 'Pro' Camera App
  109. Nokia Adding RAW Support and Refocusing to Top Phones
  110. Apple gives away Mac software, unveils iPad Air
  111. Jefferies Group hires Citi's Mazzucco to lead Internet banking
  112. Apple Pushes iOS 7.0.3 to Fix Bugs
  113. Apple Redesigns iLife and iWork Apps
  114. Broadcom, other U.S. chipmakers, leave investors wanting more
  115. Twitter obtains $1 billion credit line on road for IPO
  116. Carl Icahn cuts Netflix stake, pockets $800 million profit
  117. Bits Blog: Amazon Raises Threshold for Free Shipping
  118. Bits Blog: Apple Exploits Microsoft Hesitation on Office
  119. Bits Blog: Highlights and Analysis From Apple’s iPad Event
  120. Sales Are Colossal, Shares Are Soaring. All Amazon Is Missing Is a Profit
  121. With New Apple iPads, Tablets Move Closer to Passing PCs in Sales
  122. White House official fired over anonymous tweets
  123. Exclusive: HTC scales back production lines as cash flow worsens - sources
  124. Corning to Buy Samsung's Stake from LCD Venture
  125. U.S. SEC to release long-awaited 'crowdfunding' rule
  126. Samsung Expands Gear Compatibility to Older Phones
  127. European Commission to push EU leaders on single telecoms market
  128. New technology launches drive Laird recovery
  129. Bits Blog: A New Book Portrays Amazon as Bully
  130. Motorola Solutions' enterprise sales recover after six quarters
  131. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular to Sell Galaxy S4 Mini
  132. BlackBerry Makes BlackBerry OS 10.2 Available
  133. HTC Might Outsource Smartphone Production
  134. AT&T posts revenue just below Wall Street expectations
  135. Chipmaker LSI's revenue misses estimate
  136. Icahn says wrote to Apple CEO, will reveal contents on new website
  137. Review: LG Optimus F6 for T-Mobile
  138. Samsung Electronics apologises to China consumers for mobile phone glitches
  139. Bits Blog: LinkedIn Gets the Message: More Mobile, Please
  140. Technology on the Thames
  141. Competition Rises for AT&T, as Does 3rd-Quarter Profit
  142. Bits: T-Mobile US Tries to Lure Tablet Customers With Some Free Data
  143. Bits Blog: In a Major Departure, Google Shows Banner Ads in Search Results
  144. HP seeking buyers for mobile patents: report
  145. Ex-Apple CEO Sculley mulling BlackBerry bid: report
  146. Israel's Matomy buys Adquant's social media ad agency
  147. Canon cuts profit outlook as camera slump drags on
  148. Icahn family's House of Cards: Father-son drama over Netflix stake
  149. LG Elec misses third-quarter estimates on weak phone business
  150. Apple Vindicated in Wi-LAN Patent Case
  151. Time Warner Cable to carry Al Jazeera America after standoff
  152. Ericsson turnaround hopes hit by weaker U.S., Japanese demand
  153. Google to step up investment in Finnish data center, sources say
  154. Bits Blog: Hollywood Stars Ask N.S.A. to Stop Mass Surveillance
  155. Bits Blog: Longing for the ‘Wow’ at Apple’s Product Showcases
  156. Icahn bumps up Apple stake, pushes Cook again on buyback
  157. One-third of U.S. adults get news through Facebook: study
  158. Pimco's Gross tells Icahn to leave Apple alone
  159. Vine Updated for iOS With Editing Features
  160. AT&T to Sell Samsung ATIV S Neo
  161. HP Shopping WebOS Patents
  162. Twitter IPO pegs valuation at modest $11 billion
  163. Microsoft beats profit forecasts, shares jump
  164. Amazon third-quarter sales top Wall Street expectations
  165. Laps to laptops: Formula One sells its big data know-how
  166. Zynga's third-quarter revenue beats Street view, shares up 16 percent
  167. Samsung Electronics reports record third-quarter, warns of slower smartphone growth
  168. America Movil third-quarter profit nearly halves
  169. DealBook: Twitter Unveils I.P.O. Price Range of $17 to $20 a Share
  170. Amazon’s Revenue Soars, But No Profit Is in Sight
  171. Consumer Sales Still Lag Business At Microsoft
  172. DealBook: Icahn Urges Apple to Begin Share Buyback
  173. YouTube Said to Introduce Paid Service for Music
  174. Twitter IPO pegs valuation at modest $11 billion
  175. Samsung sees $1.4 billion dividend payment from Corning deal
  176. Germany wants a German Internet as spying scandal rankles
  177. Japan's Line messaging app considers overseas IPO next year -sources
  178. Lawsuit against Silicon Valley hiring practices gets class action status
  179. Amazon sales show momentum, analysts boost price targets
  180. CTIA President Steve Largent to Retire Next Year
  181. Verizon Adds Features to Cloud-Based Messaging Service
  182. Cricket Prices iPhone 5s at $599, iPhone 5c at $499
  183. Allegation of U.S. Spying on Merkel Puts Obama at Crossroads
  184. Nasdaq says claims in Facebook IPO capped at $41.6 million
  185. Facebook executives coach Brazil politicians before Internet vote
  186. Telecom Italia shares extend losses amid capital hike talk
  187. NQ Mobile hits back at Muddy Waters, releases account details
  188. Verizon to Snag More AWS Spectrum from U.S. Cellular
  189. Wealth managers say they hear 'nary a tweet' for Twitter's IPO
  190. Analysis: Apple, Facebook options reflect hopes for stock gains
  191. DealBook: Twitter Comes to Wall Street
  192. Wealth Matters: Twitter Tantalizes, but Beware the I.P.O.
  193. ‘General Contractor’ Named to Fix Health Web Site
  194. SAP Not Interested in BlackBerry
  195. Bits Blog: Teenagers Prove Fickle When Choosing Social Networks
  196. Exclusive: Aiming to avoid Facebook chaos, NYSE runs Twitter IPO test
  197. Blackberry not a strategic fit for us: SAP CFO in magazine
  198. The E-Cigarette Industry, Waiting to Exhale
  199. Prototype: Rentals That Let You Fly the Coop
  200. Artists Take Up Digital Tools
  201. Wall Street's love affair with Facebook hinges on mobile
  202. Samsung Elec shares rise 2 percent after third-quarter earnings boost outlook
  203. Apple's iPhone sales, holiday quarter up for scrutiny
  204. Computer cracks CAPTCHAs in step toward artificial intelligence
  205. Japan's NTT Comm to buy two U.S. cloud computing firms: source
  206. EU seeks feedback from rivals over Google antitrust offer
  207. LG Electronics unveils curved smartphone in race against Samsung
  208. U.S. charges Briton with hacking into military, other networks
  209. AMC Networks to buy Chellomedia from Liberty Global
  210. Telefonica's Alierta to meet with Italian PM on Tuesday: source
  211. LG G Flex Has a Curved Screen, Self-Healing Cover
  212. Apps help parents track Halloween trick or treaters
  213. Olympus OM-D E-M1
  214. Bits Blog: Researchers Draw Romantic Insights From Maps of Facebook Networks
  215. DealBook: Twitter Prepares to Feed New Hunger for I.P.O.’s
  216. Disruptions: Are Eager Investors Overvaluing Tech Start-Ups?
  217. Bits Blog: With New Phones, LG and Samsung Throw a Curve
  218. New Milestone Emerges: Baby’s First iPhone App
  219. Review: Kyocera Kona for Sprint, Boost, Virgin
  220. FCC Moves Forward on 700MHz Interoperability
  221. Samsung Updates Slew of SDKs to Boost Dev Appeal
  222. BlackBerry Z30 Hits Verizon in Early November
  223. Microsoft shareholders advised to vote against director Thompson
  224. Brazil to insist on local Internet data storage after U.S. spying
  225. China telecom firms take long road to profit with 4G rollout
  226. Apple's results disappoint ahead of holiday quarter
  227. New Australia government upholds ban on China's Huawei
  228. Microsoft shareholders advised to vote against director Thompson
  229. Olympus Stylus 1 First Impressions Review
  230. Apple Profit Falls Despite Strong iPhone Sales
  231. Making Robots More Like Us
  232. Exclusive: Intellectual Ventures faces novel attack on patent business
  233. Motorola Unveils Project Ara to Create Modular Smartphones
  234. Apple shares steady as worries about margins ease
  235. Apple still rules in Japan as carriers battle to sell iPhones
  236. Nokia sees life for remaining business after Microsoft phones sale
  237. Nextdoor attracts $60 million from Tiger Global, Kleiner Perkins
  238. Vodafone moves to fully own India unit in $1.7 billion deal
  239. Google+ rolls out movie-making features, claims 300 million users
  240. BlackBerry met with Facebook about potential bid: WSJ
  241. Dell seals $24.9 billion buyout, delisting Tuesday
  242. SMS Support Comes to Google Hangouts
  243. Facebook Testing New Messenger App for Android
  244. Sprint Launches 45 New LTE Markets, Totals 230
  245. More Vendors Join Samsung's Wallet
  246. Ahead of I.P.O., Twitter Adds Photo and Video Previews to Timelines
  247. Bits Blog: In the San Francisco Bay, a Mysterious Google Barge
  248. Warily, Schools Watch Students on the Internet
  249. Bits Blog: The Wide Open Era in 3-D Printing
  250. DealBook: Nextdoor, a Start-Up, Raises $60 Million