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O2 Germany partners with Zubie to connect older cars to the internet -
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Amazon and Rackspace must be wishing they had live migration right now -
LinkedIn details Pinot, its new analytics system that powers all of its data applications -
Adobe Photoshop comes to Chromebooks as a streaming service -
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Gigaom Research webinar: web-scale IT: are enterprises ready? -
Users report vastly improved Moto 360 battery life after latest update -
As Hong Kong protests escalate, FireChat sees a surge in off-grid messaging -
CloudFlare activates free Universal SSL encryption for its customers’ websites -
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Cisco hopes 30 new Intercloud partners will build more Cisco-based clouds -
Chartbeat gets certified to measure attention, tries to move advertising away from clicks and pageviews -
Amazon cuts the benefits again in Amazon Mom, its Prime program for parents -
A new Kickstarter project aims to make hardware development move at software speeds -
Report: An iMac with retina display will launch this fall alongside OS X Yosemite -
UK launches sharing economy review — but don’t expect deep examination of workers’ rights -
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Jawbone’s new iOS app doesn’t require an Up wristband -
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