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VIDEO: US-China divisions over HK protests
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who is in Washington meeting US Secretary of State John Kerry, says protests in Hong Kong are "China's internal affairs".
[BBC News Americas]

Tile Secures $13 Million in Financing to Expand the World's Largest Lost and Found to Android
San Mateo, Calif. – (October 1, 2014) – Today the makers of  Tile , the tiny wearable for the things you never want to lose, announced the company has closed $13 million in funding. This includes a $9.5 million Series A round led by  GGV Capital  and a $3.5 million seed round led by Tencent .  This (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Kissinger 'considered Cuba strikes'
US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wanted to "smash Cuba" by air strikes nearly 40 years ago, newly disclosed government documents show.
[BBC News Americas]

Want to catch a virus? Cheryl Cole is 'most dangerous' British celebrity
Security firm McAfees latest study finds searches for X Factor judge most likely to lead to malware online Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

VIDEO: What women want ... from politicians
The BBC speaks to women in Colorado about what issues matter to them ahead of the mid-term elections in November.
[BBC News Americas]

Does Ello have what it takes to be the anti-Facebook?
Ello wants to capitalize on those who have gripes with Facebook -- can it work?
[CNN Money]

Investor wants Marissa Mayer's Yahoo to buy AOL
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Sudan apostasy woman 'to campaign'
Mariam Ibrahim, the woman who escaped a death sentence for apostasy in Sudan, tells the BBC she wants to campaign against religious persecution.
[BBC News Africa]

Grab The Newest Cam on the Market and Go Capture Life!
The eagerly anticipated Polaroid Cube lifestyle action video camera is now shipping and cracking open the high-octane action market for everyday consumers who want to capture videos with friends, family or pets anywhere.  In recent months, the camera has piqued everyone's interest, as the (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

A breakthrough in electron microscopy: Scientists reconstruct third dimension from a single image
Imagine that you want to find out from a single picture taken of the front of a house, what the building looks like from behind, whether it has any extensions or if the brickwork is damaged, and how many rooms are in the basement. Sounds impossible? Not in the nanoworld. Scientists have (...)
[Science daily]

iOS 8, thoroughly reviewed
In-depth iOS 8 review at Ars. With this release, Apple is trying to make additions that developers and power users want without upsetting people who come to iOS specifically because of its consistency and simplicity. It's telling that just about every major iOS 8 feature can be disabled or (...)

iOS 8 released
Apple has released iOS 8, the latest version of its mobile operating system, for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Users can download the new software by navigating to the "general" tab in their device's settings menu and selecting "software update." If you don't want to download the update (...)

PayPal ribs Apple Pay: 'We want our money safer than our selfies'
The payment system takes an indirect swipe at Apple Pay in a full-page advert in US newspapers Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Tech firms want 'digital ministers'
An influential group of major technology firms is calling on the UK to appoint "digital ministers" in every government department.

Tech firms want 'digital ministers'
An influential group of major technology firms is calling on the UK to appoint "digital ministers" in every government department.
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