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Show Me the Money: The Latest Business Technology Trends By By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly 4 ways to increase cash flow and efficiency using technology. ...Read More »
China's IPhone Delay Gives Smugglers Reason To Cheer By Clip Syndicate The likely delayed launch of Apple Inc's new iPhone 6 in China, the world's biggest smartphone market, sparked a race to pre-order the phone in Hong Kong on Friday. Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sold out within two hours on Apple's Hong Kong website - and many of those devices will be smuggled across the border into mainland China, where they could change hands for as much as four times the Hong Kong price.

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Content Insider # 356 - Winning Big By Miles Weston There are so many people out there swearing that all of their social media outreach and efforts are the things that are keeping companies, brands and products afloat. They have stuff flying out all the time. They have "friends", people who Like them, followers. They don't like ordinary folks - users - who send over questions or worse yet impinge on their areas of expertise and start telling other ordinary folks how good the products are. If there are little issues they help others workaround them. Asking a question is an insult to social media "experts" because ordinarly folks are only supposed to be recipients, not senders or informaton, news, opinion. Me? I'll take what customers say any day of the week because his/her only goal is to work and enjoy their devices...and share with others who want to do the same. ...Read More »
Owners Say Rice Investigation Will Be Independent By Clip Syndicate The two NFL owners overseeing the investigation into how the league pursued and handled evidence in the Ray Rice domestic violence case pledged Thursday to make the findings of the probe public, and said their goal was "to get the truth." They said the inquiry's focus will be on what efforts were made to obtain video evidence of the three-time Pro Bowl running back striking his fiancee; if the video arrived at the league office; and what happened to it after it was delivered.

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Hello, Apple Pay, Good-bye Credit Cards? All Bets Are Off By Clip Syndicate Apple wants to replace plastic credit cards with the Apple Pay mobile wallet and the new iPhone 6. It's not the first to attempt such a feat. The new Apple Pay service is not much different from other mobile wallets already on the market, but it's likely to have a better chance than any other solution of getting people to use smartphones to pay for things.

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Samsung Comes Back Swinging After Apple's Big Day By Clip Syndicate Samsung has refrained from attacking Apple in its recent ads, but the brand has abandoned that approach with a slew of new videos that eviscerate the lineup of new products Apple unveiled on Tuesday. Though Apple may seem the dominant brand, according to the IDC, Samsung's global market share in the smartphone category was 32.3% in the second quarter compared to 13% for Apple. Apple grew 12.4% year over year compared to a 3.9% drop for Samsung.

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Google Acquires Social Polling Startup Polar To Improve Google+ Design By Clip Syndicate Google announced on Thursday that it is buying the social polling startup Polar. Google did not disclose the terms of the acquisition but said Polar founder Luke Wroblewski and his team would be brought on to work with the Google+ team. Wroblewski and his team will be focusing on design at Google's social network, particularly mobile design. It appears the Polar app, which allows users to create simple customized polls, will remain online through the end of the year. ...Read More »
BlackBerry May Be Working On A Smartwatch Of Its Own By Clip Syndicate Apple , Motorola and Samsung aren't the only companies with their sights set on wearables. According to CEO John Chen, BlackBerry , the smartphone maker that always seems to be just a little late to the party, may also be close to stepping into the world of wearable tech. Chen told reporters at the Super Mobility Conference in Las Vegas that the Waterloo-based company is currently researching wearable platforms, including smartwatches and smart glasses. ...Read More »
BlackBerry Buys Movirtu In Bid To Woo More Corporate Customers By Clip Syndicate BlackBerry said on Thursday it has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual identity solutions, as part of its move to continue building out its portfolio of value-added services that cater to the needs of its core base of corporate and government clients. Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry said Movirtu's virtual SIM technology allows an individual to have both a personal and business number on a single mobile device, with separate billing for voice, data and messaging usage on each number. This allows employees to switch between work and personal profiles easily without carrying multiple devices or SIM cards. BlackBerry said the acquisition of Movirtu complements its Secure Work Space, BlackBerry Balance and other offerings, which give many employees the freedom and privacy they want for their personal use while delivering the security and management needed for business use of smartphone devices.

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New Mexico City Plans To Auction Excavated Vintage Video Games By Clip Syndicate A city in New Mexico where 1,300 unwanted vintage video games were discovered buried in a landfill has voted to auction off more than half of the cartridges in the run-up to Christmas. Members of the Alamogordo City Council voted 7-0 late on Tuesday to offer some 800 of the Atari games found earlier this year for sale on eBay and the council's own website. The mystery behind who dumped the games in the landfill, and why, inspired the dig and a documentary film by Microsoft Corp's Xbox Entertainment Studios.

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