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  1. Nazis? Cults? Creative freedom draws Hollywood to Netflix, Amazon TV
  2. Twitter partners with Square Inc to add campaign donation buttons
  3. Target challenges Amazon, enters grocery delivery with Instacart
  4. Facebook Working On 'Dislike' Button
  5. Skype for Android Adds Media Bar
  6. Twitter Sued for Reading Direct Messages
  7. SnapChat Selling 3 Replays for 99 Cents
  8. EPIX to Let Subscribers Download Movies for Offline Play
  9. Google does not intend to become a carmaker: executive
  10. U.S. judge certifies class action over Target Corp data breach
  11. Homeland Security computers vulnerable to cyber attack: audit
  12. U.S. does not plan cyber sanctions before Xi visit
  13. HP to cut up to 30,000 more jobs in enterprise business
  14. Twitter tries to spur growth with shopping and political donations
  15. Wireless executive gets prison after BlackBerry leak
  16. Russian man pleads guilty in U.S. over record cyber heist
  17. Apple faces hurdles as it positions iPad Pro for business use
  18. U.S. universities lead in innovation, Asia a rising power
  19. Comcast creates new enterprise services unit to target big businesses
  20. Honda Motors gets nod from California to run self-driving cars
  21. Game of Thrones pinball game is also a race to the Iron Throne
  22. This Croyola crayon art is spellbinding
  23. India's InMobi ties up with China's APUS in bid to challenge Google
  24. Bits Blog: Coming Soon to Facebook: A ‘Dislike’ Button
  25. Bits Blog: Hewlett-Packard to Cut About 10 Percent of Work Force
  26. Chinese-American Cleared of Spying Charges Now Faces Firing
  27. Daily Report: Google’s Antitrust Woes Reach Another Country
  28. Bits Blog: Salesforce Plans to Give Customers Amazon-Type Analytics
  29. Taxis jam Brussels in protest against Uber
  30. News Corp to acquire video ad technology company Unruly
  31. iOS 9 Is Now Available to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod
  32. AT&T Says T-Mobile Opposing Spectrum Deal On Principle
  33. Apple Says WatchOS 2 Not Coming Today
  34. Microsoft's Groove Music Now Works With Sonos
  35. Google Takes A New View of Its Street View App
  36. Apple says won't release watchOS 2 on Wednesday
  37. Obama warns China on cyber spying ahead of Xi visit
  38. Apple users face issues upgrading to iOS 9: 9to5Mac
  39. HP shares rise as investors take positive view of cash return plans
  40. U.S. senators ask automakers for details on cyber security
  41. Facebook users express concerns over possible 'dislike' button
  42. Oracle revenue forecast disappoints as license sales continue falling
  43. Microsoft discriminated against women in pay, promotions: U.S. lawsuit
  44. French ride-sharing start-up Blablacar raises $200 million
  45. Apple Scoops Up Mapsense
  46. Apple's Move to iOS App Lands in Play Store
  47. China says committed to countering Internet hacking
  48. China asks some U.S. tech firms to pledge commitment to its policies: NY Times
  49. China Tries to Extract Pledge of Compliance From U.S. Tech Firms
  50. US Won't Challenge Expedia Acquisition of Orbitz
  51. Oracle Revenue Forecast Disappoints as License Sales Continue Falling
  52. Bits Blog: BlaBlaCar, a French Ride-Sharing Start-Up, Is Valued at $1.6 Billion
  53. Lyft Announces Deal With Didi Kuaidi, the Chinese Ride-Hailing Company
  54. Sony says China sales of PlayStation 4 limited by censorship rules
  55. T-Mobile's Free Data Roaming Reaches More Countries
  56. Apple and Google Create a Buzz at Frankfurt Motor Show
  57. State of the Art: Udacity Says It Can Teach Tech Skills to Millions, and Fast
  58. Bits Blog: Amazon Updates Its Fire TV and Tablet Offerings
  59. Bits Blog: Pinterest Crosses User Milestone of 100 Million
  60. Lost in translation? Alibaba's hot deals leave investors cold
  61. Apple deserves injunction against Samsung smartphone features: U.S. appeals court
  62. Amazon rolls out $49.99 'mass market' tablet, new Fire TV
  63. SAP boss McDermott loses eye after falling down stairs
  64. Nextbit to Offer CDMA Version of Robin Smartphone
  65. Virgin Mobile Gives Customers More LTE Data
  66. T-Mobile Turns On 700MHz Service in Miami
  67. Court Says Samsung Phones Should Have Been Banned
  68. AT&T Hopes to Launch WiFi Calling On iPhone Soon
  69. Arms firms do business with new buyers as cyber fears grow
  70. Bugatti brings virtual Gran Turismo supercar to life
  71. Hedge fund manager says he didn't trade on hacked press releases
  72. Texas Instruments sets $7.5 billion buyback plan, raises dividend
  73. Adobe revenue, profit forecast miss estimates, shares slip
  74. Verizon first to offer cellphone roaming in Cuba
  75. Cablevision's prospective owner talks tough on bloated salaries
  76. CFTC brings first enforcement case against a Bitcoin operator
  77. Review: Apple iOS 9
  78. Sprint Adds 33 Countries to 'Open World' Roaming Program
  79. Verizon Wireless Customers Can Roam In Cuba
  80. Some Apple customers have trouble upgrading to iOS 9
  81. Pentagon designing cyber 'scorecard' to stay ahead of hackers
  82. China asks some U.S. tech firms to pledge commitment to its policies: NY Times
  83. Comcast reaches $33 million settlement with California over privacy violations
  84. Is this the smartest Air-conditioner in the world?
  85. 3D printed gummy candy printer is the world’s first
  86. Luxurious website design
  87. Sony’s virtual reality headset gets named PlayStation VR
  88. Vodafone to bring Sony Xperia Z5 Bond Edition
  89. How metal will the Metallica Budweiser beer be?
  90. Samsung Makes S Health Available to All Androids
  91. Qualcomm to Cut 1,300 Jobs in San Diego
  92. Apple customers report devices crashing on iOS 9 update
  93. Exclusive: EU regulators set to open lengthy probe into Hutchison's UK deal - sources
  94. U.S. startups aim to help seniors 'age in place'
  95. South Africa broadband blitz unlocks video-on-demand
  96. Search Results: Netromancy
  97. Wealth Matters: When Is a Lease Not a Lease? When It’s an iPhone
  98. Bits Blog: From EyeEm, Technology to See and Tag Photos
  99. Bits Daily Report: Flashbacks to Fiorina at H.P.
  100. Bits Daily Report: The Giant Target on Tech’s Back
  101. Verizon Talks Up Android Pay, Says Still Looking at Samsung Pay
  102. AT&T Sues Former Employees Over Stolen Unlock Codes
  103. Apple pledges more aid to help with Europe's migrant crisis
  104. Goldman Sachs taps Snapchat for recruiting millennials
  105. Developer pulls leading ad-blocking app from Apple Store
  106. Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 for Sprint
  107. Enabling of Ad Blocking in Apple’s iOS 9 Prompts Backlash
  108. Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Social Media Defends Ahmed Mohamed
  109. Daily Report: Fast Reaction to Facebook Adding a New Button
  110. Malware hits Chinese apps in Apple App Store: cyber security blog
  111. Cheap robots may shift car making from China to U.S.: Magna CEO
  112. Feature: Barbie Wants to Get to Know Your Child
  113. Bits Blog: Apple Delays Release of New Apple Watch Software
  114. Technology gap gives foreign firms the edge in China robot wars
  115. Apple's iOS App Store suffers first major attack
  116. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom appears in court to fight U.S. extradition
  117. Bits Blog: France Rejects Google’s Efforts to Limit Application of Privacy Ruling
  118. Kickstarter Focuses Its Mission on Altruism Over Profit
  119. Apple’s Jony Ive shows off the company’s first Belgian store
  120. Punkt to bring forth the most basic phone ever
  121. Skype glitch preventing some users from making calls
  122. France rejects Google appeal on cleaning up search results globally
  123. Internet growth slows; most people still offline: U.N.
  124. Skype Experiencing Trouble, Fix In the Works
  125. Exclusive: Shopify, Google boosting presence in BlackBerry's hometown
  126. Inmarsat and Deutsche Telekom to offer in-flight broadband in Europe
  127. Apple set to ship electric car by 2019: WSJ
  128. Texan pleads guilty to running bitcoin Ponzi scheme
  129. Ride-sharing apps vie to replace private car ownership in Vietnam
  130. Red Hat revenue rises 13 percent
  131. Pandora wins round at U.S. Copyright Office
  132. Apple Makes WatchOS 2 Available for Download
  133. China cyber espionage is more than an irritant, must stop: U.S.
  134. EU-U.S. data-sharing deal faces major challenge in EU court
  135. Former AVG investors build cyber security fund to chase growth
  136. U.S. tells China cyber espionage is more than an irritant, must stop
  137. China's Xi says government does not hack: WSJ
  138. Starbucks takes sales-boosting Mobile Order & Pay nationwide
  139. Music streaming service Deezer plans Paris listing
  140. ZTE ZMax 2 Headed to GoPhone and TracFone
  141. Volkswagen shares plunge 23 pc after CEO admits to cheating in diesel emissions test
  142. Japan bans selfie sticks at 1,195 railway stations in the interest of safety
  143. Holy Lego of God! A scale model of the Vatican is here
  144. Hans Solo Pop Art is totally not edible
  145. Microsoft begins worldwide release of Office 2016
  146. China's Xiaomi announces telecom carrier service, new flagship handset
  147. Groupon to cut about 1,100 jobs worldwide
  148. Apple plans steps to prevent future App Store attacks
  149. French court upholds ban on Uber's service using non-professional drivers
  150. Starbucks Mobile Apps Let Anyone Order Ahead
  151. Google Wallet for iOS Gets A Feature-Removing Makeover
  152. China's president arrives in Seattle to meet tech titans
  153. Email provider Mimecast hit in cyber attack that disrupts service
  154. GoPro shares attract more short sellers on competition fears
  155. NY regulator issues first license for bitcoin company
  156. FreedomPop Intros $19 iPhone Plan
  157. CTIA Loses Cell Radiation Labeling Fight In Berkeley
  158. Gmail Lets Users Block Emailers, Unsubscribe from Newsletters
  159. On U.S. visit, China's president says committed to reforms, open economy
  160. Exclusive: Citrix in last-ditch attempt to sell itself - sources
  161. Smart home platform Wink for sale after Quirky seeks Chapter 11
  162. Instagram now at more than 400 million users
  163. Apple hack exposes flaws in building apps behind 'Great Firewall'
  164. Cyber security firm Zscaler closes $110 million round
  165. T-Mobile Rolls Out $5 iPhone 6s Lease Payment
  166. The Star Wars Score will definitely sound better on the iHome Millennium Falcon Bluet
  167. Amazon announces TV pilot lineup for fall season
  168. Pandora says has paid $500 mln in artist royalties in past year
  169. Relishing new Wi-Fi, Cuba's young clamor for more
  170. Court adviser deals major blow to EU-U.S. data share deal
  171. Pebble Gives Its Watch Another Go 'Round
  172. Facebook Adding 360-Degree Videos to Newsfeed
  173. Apple Releases iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.1 Beta 2
  174. Samsung and Expedia Partner On Travel App
  175. Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ for Sprint
  176. In Silicon Valley, some Indian Americans shun Clinton after election row
  177. Nextbit Robin CDMA Model to Support Sprint, Too
  178. 5.6 million fingerprints stolen in U.S. personnel data hack: government
  179. China's 'fake' Apple stores thrive ahead of new iPhone launch
  180. T-Mobile offers cheapest iPhone 6s for $5 under trade-in plan
  181. Facebook rolls out 360 video for News Feed
  182. China's 'fake' Apple stores thrive ahead of new iPhone launch
  183. Cisco joins flurry of U.S.-China tech partnerships
  184. Brain-computer link enables paralyzed California man to walk
  185. SoundBot II compact speakers charge wirelessly
  186. Apple lists top 25 apps hit by malware
  187. Sprint Undercuts T-Mobile with $1 iPhone 6s Lease
  188. LG Teaser Suggests Funky Display On Next Phone
  189. Sprint unveils $1 plan for new iPhones
  190. Uber says to shut service using non-professional drivers in Brussels
  191. Portable Wind Turbine nearly reaches Kickstarter goal in a day
  192. Sony Alpha 7RII First Impressions Review
  193. New iPhone 6s to hit stores Friday in test for Apple
  194. Exclusive: Pivoting after failed Syngenta bid, Monsanto to build big data business
  195. Oculus and Samsung unveil new Gear VR for $99
  196. Bug Forces Apple to Disable App Slicing
  197. Google Wraps Up Play Services 8.1 Distribution
  198. Google's Keep App Remembers to Land On iOS
  199. Microsoft Makes Inviting People to Meetings A Breeze
  200. FCC Hits Sprint with Nominal Fine Over Emergency Services
  201. Ace offers $100 million cyber policies with added services, scrutiny
  202. Sprint could be 'formidable' after merger with cable company, CEO says
  203. Verizon Announces Annual iPhone Upgrade Plan of Its Own
  204. Apple fans brave Sydney rain as new iPhone 6s hit stores
  205. Marvell Technologies to cut jobs in mobile business
  206. FTC Pondering Antitrust Query Into Google's Android
  207. BlackBerry posts bigger-than-expected loss, shares slump
  208. Google mobile Android operating system under U.S. antitrust scanner
  209. Apple Upgrade Program Requires $129 AppleCare+ Purchase
  210. T-Mobile to Sell Coolpad Rogue September 30
  211. BlackBerry Confirms 'Priv' Android Slider
  212. Google Now Better At Listening To and Understanding Voices
  213. Obama says reached 'common understanding' with Xi on cyber
  214. F.T.C. Is Said to Investigate Claims That Google Used Android to Promote Its Products
  215. Obama and Xi Jinping of China Agree to Steps on Cybertheft
  216. India Retracts Proposal on Encryption for Social Media Data After Outcry
  217. Tech Fix: Testing iPhone 6s’s 3D Touch and Live Photos Features
  218. Bits Blog: India’s Prime Minister Prepares for Silicon Valley Tour
  219. Autonomy's Lynch says report shows HP not hoodwinked on $11 billion deal
  220. Obama announces 'understanding' with China's Xi on cyber theft but remains wary
  221. Sao Paulo mayor seeks middle ground on Uber, eyes regulations
  222. Obama announces 'understanding' with China's Xi on cyber theft but remains wary
  223. IHS to make bid for Solera, rivaling Vista Equity: sources
  224. Fans flock to first-ever video game live-streaming expo
  225. India's Modi set to woo tech companies in Silicon Valley
  226. Xi Jinping Hears Tough Complaints of American Business
  227. Hackers Took Fingerprints of 5.6 Million U.S. Workers, Government Says
  228. Coming Soon to Checkouts: Microchip-Card Payment Systems
  229. IBM’s A.I. System Watson to Get Second Home, on West Coast
  230. Hilton says checking claims of hacking at hotels
  231. Sprint to Skip 600MHz Incentive Auction
  232. India's Modi courts Silicon Valley executives at dinner
  233. Samsung Offering Up to $120 Toward Galaxy Note 5, S6 Edge+
  234. Facebook, eyeing TV dollars, rolls out new ad products
  235. China's Didi firms up anti-Uber alliance, invests in Indian app Ola
  236. Crowd chants 'Modi, Modi' as India PM winds up Silicon Valley tour
  237. Exclusive: Cypress to challenge Dialog with bid for Atmel - sources
  238. Hon Hai considering buying $1.7 billion stake in Sharp LCD unit: paper
  239. Atlassian's U.S.-listing plan deals blow to Australia's tech sector
  240. Aldi UK to launch online operation in 2016
  241. Blackphone 2 Goes On Sale
  242. Apple reports record sales of iPhone 6, 6s Plus in first weekend
  243. Gender gap widens in cyber security field long dominated by men
  244. India Replaces China as Next Big Frontier for U.S. Tech Companies
  245. Narendra Modi, Indian Premier, Courts Silicon Valley to Try to Ease Nation’s Poverty
  246. Apple iPhone 6s Breaks First-Weekend Sales Record
  247. Google Virtual-Reality System Aims to Enliven Education
  248. Bits Daily Report: Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister, Conquers Silicon Valley
  249. U.S. urges EU court not to scrap data pact, criticizes adviser
  250. Cypress Semiconductor drops bid for chipmaker Atmel