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  1. Bits Blog: Keeping Old iPhones Out of the Sock Drawer
  2. Larry Ellison Bought an Island in Hawaii. Now What?
  3. DealBook: Rocket Internet of Germany Sets Price Range for Its I.P.O.
  4. Is Given an Overhaul
  5. BlackBerry set to launch Passport as turnaround enters critical phase
  6. Taiwan government investigates Xiaomi on potential cyber security concerns
  7. Samsung Electronics executive says expect quick mobile business turnaround
  8. Indonesia's Bakrie Telecom sued in the U.S. over $380 million bond
  9. Adobe to shut China R&D as sour business climate bites
  10. TPG's Bonderman says governments should stay out of Uber's way
  11. Toshiba says to invest $1 billion in Southeast Asia over next five years
  12. Exclusive: Amazon tests smart home gadgets, expands hardware lab
  13. Cisco CEO Chambers rules out EMC takeover deal
  14. BlackBerry Shows Off the Passport for Mobile Pros
  15. Big Four Carriers to Sell Samsung's Connected Gear S
  16. Under New Leadership, BlackBerry Unveils the Passport, Its Newest Smartphone
  17. Gadgetwise: Review: On BlackBerry’s Passport, the Keyboard Is the Star
  18. State of the Art: Exposing Hidden Biases at Google to Improve Diversity
  19. Where Profit Margins Are Hefty, Online Upstarts Muscle In
  20. Disclosures: Tech Firms and Lobbyists: Now Intertwined, but Not Eager to Reveal It
  21. Apple customers discover unexpected flexibility in iPhone 6 Plus
  22. Your medical record is worth more to hackers than your credit card
  23. CalPERS says HP/Autonomy shareholder settlement needs more work
  24. New 'Bash' software bug may pose bigger threat than 'Heartbleed'
  25. Apple pulls iOS 8 update after reports of dropped cellular service
  26. Restaurant chain Jimmy John’s reports data breach at 216 stores
  27. Apple Publishes, Then Pulls, iOS 8.0.1 Update
  28. Verizon Exploring Tower Sale
  29. Amazon's head of digital music, video to depart
  30. Broadcom's wifi chips have secure place in high-end smartphones: CEO
  31. Huawei to invest $4 billion in fixed broadband R&D in next three years
  32. Telenet sparks merger talk after ruling out shareholder payout
  33. Apple releases iOS 8 workaround to fix dropped cell service
  34. Apple Explains How to Revert to iOS 8.0
  35. Exclusive: EU regulators to approve Facebook's $19 billion bid for WhatsApp - sources
  36. Machine Learning: Making Adjustments in the Search for the Perfect News Feed
  37. Security Experts Expect Shellshock Software Bug to Be Significant
  38. Bits Blog: Apple Pulls iOS 8 Software Update After iPhone Problems
  39. Disruptions: Big iPhone 6 Bulges in All the Wrong Places
  40. BlackBerry Blend wins plaudits as Passport grabs headlines
  41. EU privacy watchdogs give Google guidelines to change privacy practices
  42. Intel investing in China mobile chipmakers
  43. Flipboard for Windows Phone Reaches Full Release
  44. Verizon Says Moto X and Moto Maker Available Sept. 26
  45. Review: Apple iPhone 6 for Verizon Wireless
  46. DirecTV Shareholders Approve AT&T Merger
  47. Google fires back at News Corp; defends search, piracy practices
  48. Hackers exploit 'Shellshock' bug with worms in early attacks
  49. Apple Releases iOS 8.0.2 to Resolve iPhone Issues
  50. Hyperlapse Update Adds Support for Selfie Cams
  51. Apple Responds to Bent iPhone Issue
  52. Hackers exploit 'Shellshock' bug with worms in early attacks
  53. Bits Blog: Hootsuite Allows You to Call Customer Service From a Tweet
  54. Bits Blog: Apple Responds to Complaints of Bent iPhones
  55. Alibaba options set for strong demand on market debut
  56. Intel investing in China mobile chipmakers: sources
  57. Ridesharing firms face legal threat from San Francisco, Los Angeles: WSJ
  58. S&P Dow Jones Indices says Alibaba to be added to China-50 index
  59. BlackBerry reports smaller-than-expected loss; shares rise
  60. Microsoft offers first look at new Windows - and gives it a name
  61. Rocket brings IPO forward due to "exceptional" demand
  62. Intel Buys Stake in Chinese Mobile Chip Vendor
  63. Apple says 'Shellshock' no risk to vast majority of Mac users
  64. Europe allows gadgets to stay on during flights
  65. DealBook: Activist Hedge Fund Pushes Yahoo to Weigh a Deal With AOL
  66. Once-Mighty BlackBerry Posts Another Quarterly Loss
  67. Sunday Review: Start-Ups and the Death of Do-It-Yourself
  68. Drone Exemptions for Hollywood Pave the Way for Widespread Use
  69. German courts uphold ban on Uber ride-share service
  70. Yahoo to Shutter Qwiki App
  71. Pantech Puts Itself Up for Sale
  72. Top U.S. regulators warn banks over 'Shellshock' bug
  73. RadioShack May Gain Second Life Thanks to Shareholders
  74. Vine for Android Updated with Camera Roll Support
  75. Looking for book download or any other type of free downloads
  76. Bits Blog: Companies Rush to Fix Shellshock Software Bug as Hackers Launch Thousands
  77. Bits Blog: For Some Tech Start-Ups Like Ello, Exclusivity Draws Demand
  78. Signaling Post-Snowden Era, New iPhone Locks Out N.S.A.
  79. A Defining Question in an iPhone Age: Live for the Moment or Record It?
  80. Bits Blog: Giving Away Software to Make It More Valuable
  81. Bits Blog: 100 Million Smart Things: A Conversation With Scott McGregor of Broadcom
  82. Phoning 'home': what your mobile may be giving away
  83. The Unrepentant Bootlegger
  84. Microsoft boss Nadella promises cooperation in Chinese antitrust probe
  85. AT&T Offering Double Data on Select Mobile Share Value Plans
  86. Yahoo-AOL merger proposal: recipe for revival, or stagnation?
  87. Alibaba pays $459 million for stake in Chinese hotel tech company
  88. Brussels to accuse Apple over illegal Irish tax deals: FT
  89. Instagram reportedly blocked in China amid Hong Kong protests
  90. Alibaba finance arm, Juneyao airline both get private bank approval
  91. Lenovo says $2.1 billion IBM x86 server deal to close on Wednesday
  92. Literary Lions Unite in Protest Over Amazon’s E-Book Tactics
  93. A Glum Sign for Apple in China, as Smuggled iPhones Go Begging
  94. With Perspective From Both Sides of His Desk, F.C.C. Chairman Ponders Net Neutrality
  95. With New Ad Platform, Facebook Opens Gates to Its Vault of User Data
  96. Bits Blog: The Google Formula for Success
  97. EU watchdog to give reasons for inquiry into Apple's Irish tax savings
  98. SimilarWeb unifies mapping of mobile and computer Web
  99. BMW launches automated driving project in China with Baidu
  100. Cisco sets $1 billion investment for global cloud computing network
  101. BlackBerry teases new device plans as turnaround takes shape
  102. Vista Equity to buy Tibco Software for $4.3 billion
  103. Humana to integrate its health application with Apple's HealthKit
  104. T-Mobile Going After Yet More 700MHz Spectrum
  105. OneDrive for Android Gains New Photo Viewer
  106. Bits Blog: Expectations Lower, HP Launches Another Moonshot
  107. Bits Blog: Cisco: The Internet Needs More Control
  108. Sinosphere Blog: To Beat China Censorship, Hong Kong Protesters Flock to Off-Grid Mes
  109. E.U. Inquiry Into Tax Deals for Multinationals Like Apple Pushes Ahead
  110. Bits Blog: Readers Debate Online Piracy and the Future of Digital Entertainment
  111. Alibaba options active in U.S. trading debut
  112. Supervalu says malware on network affects four stores
  113. Connected cars: Is AT&T leaving Verizon in its rear-view mirror?
  114. Nokia says not liable in Mexico damages ruling on former unit
  115. China regulator approves Apple's iPhone 6 for sale in China
  116. Hands-On: Alcatel OneTouch Pop Mega and Pop Star
  117. Hands-On: BlackBerry Passport
  118. Norwegian Instagram rival to launch child safe tablet with Microsoft
  119. With ‘Crouching Tiger’ Sequel, Netflix Takes Aim at Hollywood
  120. Judge Rules Against Grooveshark in Copyright Infringement Case
  121. Bits Blog: Nominee for European Digital Job Explains Positions in Hearing
  122. EU says Ireland tax deal with Apple was state aid
  123. EBay to spin off PayPal in 2015
  124. Google searches for right note in online music business
  125. Alibaba leads global equity capital markets treasure hunt
  126. Microsoft Launches MSN Anew
  127. eBay to Spin Off PayPal Next Year
  128. Apps re-invent smartphone keyboards to reduce typing frustration
  129. Microsoft names next operating system 'Windows 10'
  130. German privacy watchdog tells Google to restrict use of data
  131. U.S. authorities charge four men with stealing Xbox, Army tech
  132. U.S. attorney general criticizes Apple, Google data encryption
  133. DealBook: EBay to Spin Off PayPal, Adopting Icahn’s Strategy
  134. Bits Blog: Amazon Is Not Holding Back on Paul Ryan
  135. Bits Blog: China Approves the iPhone 6, After a Stern Look at Security
  136. Video: Testing the Camera on the iPhone 6
  137. DealBook: Zalando I.P.O. Values German Online Retailer at $6.7 Billion
  138. Microsoft Announces Windows 10 for Varied Devices
  139. Pebble Adds Health and Fitness Powers, Drops Prices
  140. U.S. Cellular Scores LG's G3, to Go On Sale in October
  141. Larry Ellison still the top draw at Oracle's mega-convention
  142. Amazon, Disney appear close to settling dispute over movies: WSJ
  143. Apple Pay Signals New Era at Cash Register
  144. Europeans Accuse Ireland of Giving Apple Illegal Tax Break
  145. Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records
  146. LG Debuts the F60, A Budge LTE Smartphone
  147. Samsung to invest $560 million in Vietnam TV production plant
  148. Rocket Internet likely to IPO at the upper end price range: sources
  149. Putin rules out Internet curbs despite cyber attacks
  150. Exclusive: Goldman leads investment by Wall Street in new communications platform
  151. ARM expands software to manage security for Internet of Things
  152. Consumer Cellular Adds Huawei Mate 2 and Vision 2
  153. Sprint Responds to AT&T's 'Double Data' Promo with Its Own
  154. FreedomPop Trots Out $89 Liberty Tablet
  155. Philips Electronics loses $467 million patent verdict to Masimo
  156. WiLan says loses LTE patent case against Apple
  157. Large U.S. wireless carriers, Dish to bid in airwaves auction
  158. Apple's iOS 8 causing Bluetooth connectivity issues: MacRumors
  159. Twitter grants $10 million to MIT for social data analysis, new tools
  160. Machine Learning: Mobile Malware: Small Numbers, but Growing
  161. Protesters in Hong Kong Are Targets of Scrutiny Through Their Phones
  162. DealBook: A Separate PayPal Still Must Solve the Payments Puzzle
  163. DealBook: With Reddit Deal, Snoop Dogg Moonlights as a Tech Investor
  164. Verizon Bags Plan to Throttle Heaviest Users
  165. Verizon Intros Monster Data Promo, Too
  166. PayPal spawn have advanced where PayPal stood still
  167. HP sees low-power servers making inroads in niche data centers
  168. Amazon to sell packaged food and beverages in India: Economic Times
  169. Starboard offers to take RealD private for $12 per share
  170. Big U.S. wireless carriers, Dish plan bids in airwaves auction
  171. Gadgetwise: Getting Value Out of an Old iPhone, Galaxy or Similar Device
  172. PayPal Taps an Outsider to Push It Into a New Era
  173. Dubai detectives to get Google face-recognition technology
  174. Rocket Internet drops 14 percent in stock market debut
  175. Interpol opens Singapore center to fight cyber crime
  176. Philips Electronics to appeal ruling in $467 million patent lawsuit
  177. Angry Birds maker Rovio plans job cuts
  178. Apple Releases Tool to Check if Used iPhones Are Stolen
  179. NFC Forum Hopes Developer Program Will Kickstart Apps
  180. Facebook changes real-name policy, allows aliases
  181. Silicon Valley takes benefits 'arms race' to health care
  182. Flipboard Launches for Windows Phone, Again
  183. Google Refreshes Play Newsstand with Material Design
  184. AT&T Bringing Affordable Alcatel OneTouch C1 to GoPhone
  185. T-Mobile Says Its Lumia 530 Goes On Sale Oct. 15
  186. Kyocera Hydro Vibe Latest Sprint Phone to Gain Wi-Fi Calling
  187. JPMorgan denies NY Times report that its computer system was hacked
  188. Ad agency Publicis holds on to key Samsung contract: source
  189. After Outrage, Facebook Promises More Checks on User Studies
  190. DealBook: JPMorgan Discovers Further Cyber Security Issues
  191. Bits Blog: New Apple Tool Checks iPhones for ‘Kill Switch’ Security
  192. Bits Blog: Drones vs. Kidneys: Google Autofill on the Economy
  193. Bits Blog: Taking London’s Success Elsewhere in Britain
  194. Facebook plans stricter scrutiny for accessing user data
  195. Exclusive: Silver Lake explores sale of IPC Systems - sources
  196. France's Iliad plans to bid for bigger T-Mobile stake: Bloomberg
  197. GoPro shares slump after early IPO lockup break
  198. Review: Motorola Moto G for AT&T
  199. JPMorgan hack exposed data of 83 million, among biggest breaches in history
  200. Yodlee prices IPO at mid point of expected range: joint bookrunner
  201. Exclusive: Facebook plots first steps into healthcare
  202. Google to launch own mobile chat app: Economic Times
  203. Facebook wins EU approval for $19 billion WhatsApp bid
  204. HTC third quarter profit beats estimates as cost cuts offset weak sales
  205. Bits Blog: Intel Pulls Ads from Site After ‘Gamergate’ Boycott
  206. EU Approves Facebook's Acquisition of WhatsApp
  207. Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Edge are MirrorLink Compatible
  208. Telefonica loses mobile clients in Spain, Orange overtakes Vodafone
  209. Investors Give RadioShack a Second Chance
  210. Sprint Offering Free Calls to Mexico Through 2015
  211. Apple to hold iPad event on Oct. 16: Re/Code
  212. States probe JPMorgan Chase as hack seen fueling fraud
  213. Yahoo plans to invest in Snapchat: WSJ
  214. Ways to Protect Yourself After the JPMorgan Chase Hack
  215. Bits Blog: Facebook Receives European Approval for $19 Billion WhatsApp Deal
  216. Microsoft says Samsung owes $6.9 million in unpaid interest
  217. Sprint to Slice Unknown Number of Jobs
  218. Italy's GTECH calls extraordinary meeting to approve IGT buyout
  219. Bits Blog: Antitrust Nominee in Europe Promises Scrutiny of Big Tech Companies
  220. Hackers who hit JPMorgan attacked some nine other firms: report
  221. Microsoft Sues Samsung Over Unpaid Interest
  222. Verizon's Redbox Instant video streaming service to shut down
  223. DealBook: Yahoo in Talks to Invest in Snapchat
  224. DealBook: Hackers’ Attack Cracked 10 Companies in Major Assault
  225. Technophoria: Just the Facts? This Dossier Goes Further
  226. Hewlett-Packard plans to split into two companies: WSJ report
  227. More demand for computer memory could lift Micron shares 50 percent: Barron's
  228. Samsung to invest $14.7 billion in new South Korea chip facility
  229. BT mobile network grappling with technical issues: Telegraph
  230. Hewlett-Packard Is Said to Be Planning a Reorganization
  231. DealBook: Becton Dickinson to Acquire CareFusion for $12.2 Billion
  232. DealBook: Price of Bitcoin Tumbles
  233. Lockheed Martin in research deal with Israel tech company Yissum
  234. Hewlett-Packard to split into two public companies, lay off 5,000
  235. Former U.S. security chief launches cyber crime insurance
  236. Israel storage company Reduxio raises funds from Seagate, Intel
  237. Samsung Rugby 4 Available from AT&T on Oct. 10
  238. LG Tribute Lands on Virgin Mobile
  239. Virgin Mobile Adjusts Pricing, Intros $20 No-Data Option
  240. AT&T to Sell Moto G with LTE for $180 On Oct. 10
  241. Facebook Finalizes WhatsApp Acquisition
  242. Facebook's WhatsApp acquisition now has price tag of $22 billion
  243. Taking a break: unplugging from smartphones with new apps
  244. Apple supplier GT Advanced shocks with bankruptcy filing
  245. Hewlett-Packard Announces Breakup Plan as Technology Landscape Shifts
  246. To Reach China, LinkedIn Plays by Local Rules
  247. Hong Kong Protests Propel FireChat Phone-to-Phone App
  248. Facebook’s Bus Drivers Seek Union
  249. Technology Takes the Wheel
  250. Gmail for iOS Updated with Support for iPhone 6 / 6 Plus