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Verisign opens up its DNS

30 September, 2015 Neil McAllister 0

Free for ordinary users, promises not to harvest your requests

Verisign is throwing its hat into the “free DNS” ring, promising not to retain information about recursive requests to its just-launched service.…

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Netflix Android App Updated With Chromecast Fast Play Support [Update: Or Not] – Android Police

30 September, 2015 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

TIME

Netflix Android App Updated With Chromecast Fast Play Support [Update: Or Not]
Android Police
It’s only been one day since the new and oh-so-shiny Chromecast was announced, but it looks like app developers are jumping at the chance to take advantage of its new capabilities. First on deck in Netflix, which is a bit surprising since the company
Chromecast-enabled Google Photos now out for Android devicesEngadget
Updated Google Photos for Android app now available w/ Photos support, more9 to 5 Google
Which Chromecast Is Right for You?PC Magazine
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U.S. Stocks Survive Barrages as Selloff Low Becomes Rally Point – Bloomberg

30 September, 2015 Business - Google News 0

Newsweek

U.S. Stocks Survive Barrages as Selloff Low Becomes Rally Point
Bloomberg
While everything from Glencore Plc to the Labor Department threw punches at U.S. stocks this week, nothing landed the knockout blow. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index ended the week with a gain of 1 percent, rebounding from a loss of more than 2.5 …
Dow 30 Stock Roundup: NIKE Beats Estimates, Pfizer Ups 2015 Outlook, Microsoft Nasdaq
Wall Street ends higher in sharp turnaroundReuters
Stocks Surge as Payrolls Point to Lower RatesInvestorplace.com

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Cooperation Is The New Normal At Microsoft – TechCrunch

30 September, 2015 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

TechCrunch

Cooperation Is The New Normal At Microsoft
TechCrunch
When Microsoft settled its patent lawsuits with Google yesterday, it ended a long battle with the search giant, but it wasn’t an isolated action. It was part of a continuing pattern of serving its customers instead of its corporate ego. Whether it’s
Google and Microsoft’s patent peace: 3 unresolved questionsFortune
Google, Microsoft End Patent FeudPC Magazine
Microsoft: Sacrificing Android Patents Licensing In Favor Of Platform-Agnostic Seeking Alpha
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Display Dock for new Lumias will cost $99 – Computerworld

30 September, 2015 Sci/Tech - Google News 0

Computerworld

Display Dock for new Lumias will cost $99
Computerworld
Microsoft will charge $99 for an upcoming Display Dock device to connect next-generation Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL smartphones with full-sized keyboards and large desktop displays, a company spokeswoman told Computerworld late Thursday.
2-in-1 decision challenge: Surface Book, Surface 4 Pro, XPS 12 or iPad Pro?ZDNet
Microsoft Doesn’t Really Want to Sell Windows Phones in the USPC Magazine
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 vs. Apple iPad Pro: High-end tablets face offExtremeTech
CIO –SuperSite for Windows –eWeek
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Facebook co-founder Moskovitz retools look of future-of-work startup Asana – USA TODAY

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USA TODAY

Facebook co-founder Moskovitz retools look of future-of-work startup Asana
USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO — Remember when email was a magical tool that promised to streamline the way you work? We don’t either. The so-dubbed tyranny of email has given rise to a growing number of tech companies such as Slack and Basecamp that are …
Asana Debuts New Version Of Its Collab Software, Claims 140K Companies Use Its TechCrunch
Asana moves beyond simple task management with new updatePCWorld
These former Facebook execs want to restore balance to your workplaceFortune
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Trump Hotels’ Credit Card System Has Been Hacked – TIME

30 September, 2015 Business - Google News 0

TIME

Trump Hotels’ Credit Card System Has Been Hacked
TIME
Hackers have infiltrated the Trump Hotel Collection in locations across the United States and Canada and perhaps stolen a year’s worth of credit card data. Trump Hotels are not quite sure if the data was stolen, however. “Although an independent
Trump hotels hacked, credit card data at riskCNNMoney
Trump Hotels Confirm Hack Exposed Customer Credit Card InfoNBCNews.com
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