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Samsung invests in internet of things identity management platform Evrythng -
Introducing Gogoro, a startup with a consumer energy product for megacities & $100M in funding -
Microsoft Health platform launches with payments-friendly, $199 Band wearable -
EE rolls out 150Mbps “4G+” connectivity in central London -
Flipboard launches version 3.0: Smarter recommendations plus a curated daily newsmagazine -
Two more key Twitter product engineers leave the company -
Orbital Sciences may fast-track retiring its engines after rocket explosion -
MCX: Hackers stole email addresses but never got anywhere near its mobile payment app -
Google must pay Canadian woman $2,250 for showing her cleavage in Street View -
Value in the media industry is moving to the edges, and publishers are in the middle -
Microsoft adds stream processing and pipeline tools to Azure -
Since joining Facebook, Instagram is getting more and more love from big brands -
Sponsored post: Getting started with iOS using Swift and AppDynamics -
Steve Ballmer made a seven-point to-do list when he retired. Here’s some of what’s on it -
Google’s solid state disk storage now out in open beta for Compute Engine users -
James Cameron doesn’t think Oculus is a big deal -
You’re either in or you’re out of MCX’s mobile payments club. Here’s why retailers are staying in -
Connected vents are a thing! Keen Home gets $1.5M seed round -
HP says its first 3D printer will print 10x faster, in color and in conductive materials when it arrives in 2016 -
Did the dam just open for internet TV? What the FCC news means for the cable industry and you -
Google Play Movies is getting second-screen smarts for Chromecast -
John Chen on the BlackBerry Classic: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” -
Hands on with the Nexus 6: A Nexus phone Google hopes is one for the masses -
Rupert Murdoch on Myspace: We just messed it up -
Facebook open sources project that lets you view your OS as a relational database -
Twitter partners with IBM to gets its data into enterprise systems -
Gigaom Research webinar: Automating operations: digitizing back office communications -
Three lessons for the media business from three very different media executives -
Truecaller makes good on its phonebook vision with new Truedialer app -
It doesn’t matter if deep learning mimics the brain or Watson is cognitive. It matters if they work -
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