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    Spy Agencies Explored Tapping Google, Samsung App Servers

    DJ Business News – 7:55 AM ET 05/22/2015

    BEIJING--Western intelligence agencies explored tapping Google Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. (SSNLF) mobile-software stores as well as a mobile Web browser now owned by China' s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA), according to a document leaked by former U.S. contractor Edward Snowden. The news comes two years after Mr. Snowden' s disclosures prompted U.S. technology companies to call on Washington to reform surveillance practices, while it has also fueled criticism from U.S....

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    Spy Agencies Explored Tapping Google, Samsung App Servers

    DJ Business News – 7:32 AM ET 05/22/2015

    BEIJING--Western intelligence agencies explored tapping Google Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. (SSNLF) mobile-software stores as well as a mobile Web browser now owned by China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA), according to a document leaked by former U.S. contractor Edward Snowden. The news comes two years after Mr. Snowden's disclosures prompted U.S. technology companies to call on Washington to reform surveillance practices, while it has also fueled criticism from U.S. allies...

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    California may really be the best place to live

    MarketWatch – 7:29 AM ET 05/22/2015

    Cities, towns, suburbs across the Golden State rank highly. In the perennial debate over the best places to live, it's hard to escape California-- and not just because of the weather. The Golden State-- particularly, broadly speaking, the San Francisco Bay Area-- dominates this list of rankings by Niche.com, which breaks it down by city, town and suburbs and judges them by 10 categories.

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    Google Touts Mobile-Ad Technology

    DJ Business News – 11:17 AM ET 05/21/2015

    Google Inc. says it is doing a better job connecting purchases in stores with ads the shoppers saw on smartphones, prompting some advertisers to boost spending on mobile ads. Hundreds of retailers in the U.S., Canada and Australia now see regular reports on store visits that follow clicks on Google (GOOG) search ads. A smaller group that includes Target Corp. (TGT) and Home Depot Inc. (HD), two of the largest U.S. retailers, get the purchase data.

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    Lenovo Posts Lower Profit

    DJ Business News – 1:15 AM ET 05/21/2015

    BEIJING--After the buying spree, now comes the hard work for Lenovo Group Ltd. (LNVGF). Lenovo Chairman and Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing warned of challenges ahead, after the Chinese computer maker posted a 37% profit slump, missing analyst expectations, in its first full quarter after acquiring unprofitable smartphone maker Motorola Mobility and International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) s low-end server business. Yang faces slowing demand, fierce competition and U.S. security...

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    New Computer Bug Exposes Broad Security Flaws

    DJ Business News – 7:14 PM ET 05/19/2015

    A dilemma this spring for engineers at big tech companies, including Google Inc., Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT), shows the difficulty of protecting Internet users from hackers. Internet-security experts crafted a fix for a previously undisclosed bug in security tools used by all modern Web browsers. But deploying the fix could break the Internet for thousands of websites.

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    At BlackBerry, smartphones play decreasing role

    MarketWatch – 11:44 AM ET 05/19/2015

    RBC: Devices are no longer' relevant' at BlackBerry. If anything is going to pull BlackBerry Ltd. (BBRY) out of its rut, it most certainly isn't going to be its smartphones. That's the view of analysts at RBC Capital Markets, who slashed their first-quarter and fiscal 2016 hardware estimates in half on Tuesday on the premise that the new Classic and Passport phones "are not doing too great."

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    How Amazon could benefit from Netflix's expansion to China

    MarketWatch – 9:30 AM ET 05/19/2015

    AWS comprises 7% of Amazon's (AMZN) total revenue, and growing fast. Netflix Inc.' s reported expansion into China may benefit an unlikely partner: Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN). While the two are fiercely competitive in video, Amazon (AMZN) is Netflix's (NFLX) largest supplier of cloud infrastructure technology, which has been a crucial power source for Netflix (NFLX) during what has been a period of rapid global expansion over the last four years.

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    Google Ventures Invests in Agricultural Technology Startup

    DJ Business News – 9:14 AM ET 05/19/2015

    Google Inc., dipping its toes into an emerging agricultural sector, is investing in a computerized farming network that crunches data on seeds and soil to help farmers grow more crops and save money. Farmers Business Network Inc. on Tuesday closed a $15 million investing round led by Google's (GOOG) venture-capital division, which the startup intends to use to expand its field-analysis service into more states and crops. The San Francisco-based company, launched in January 2014 and...

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    'Smart money' cools on Alibaba, other themes from hedge-fund portfolios

    MarketWatch – 1:01 PM ET 05/18/2015

    Popular big investors snapped up Citizens Financial (CFG). Alibaba (BABA) fell out of favor with the most prominent hedge-fund managers and other investors in the first quarter, while community bank Citizens Financial (CFG) found favor. In case you missed it, Friday was the deadline for big investors to reveal their long stock positions to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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    10 things you should never buy again

    MarketWatch – 11:02 AM ET 05/17/2015

    Yesterday's hot trend, tomorrow's buyer's remorse. Though cable providers still have plenty of subscribers-- roughly 101.7 million Americans, in 2014, according to research firm IBISWorld-- those numbers are declining. The firm predicts that cable providers will lose a net of around one million subscribers for each of the next several years, reaching 97 million in 2019..

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    Google Pushes to Become Online Marketplace

    DJ Business News – 7:11 PM ET 05/15/2015

    Google Inc. will launch buy buttons on its search-result pages in coming weeks, a controversial step by the company toward becoming an online marketplace rivaling those run by Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) and eBay Inc. (EBAY). The search giant will start showing the buttons when people search for products on mobile devices, according to people familiar with the launch. The buttons will accompany sponsored--or paid--search results, often displayed under a "Shop on Google" heading at the top of the...

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    Mosley Settles Legal Dispute With Google

    DJ Business News – 11:35 AM ET 05/15/2015

    Former Formula One chief Max Mosley and Google Inc. have settled a long-running legal dispute in three European countries related to images from a secretly filmed orgy, representatives from both sides said Friday. The terms of the deal weren't disclosed, and it wasn't clear whether Google (GOOG) had agreed to automatically censor the images. The dispute stems from a secretly-filmed sadomasochist romp involving Mr.

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    Former Formula One Chief Max Mosley Settles Legal Dispute With Google

    DJ Business News – 11:15 AM ET 05/15/2015

    Former Formula One chief Max Mosley and Google Inc. have settled a long-running legal dispute in three European countries related to images from a secretly filmed orgy, representatives from both sides said Friday. The terms of the deal weren't disclosed, and it wasn't clear whether Google (GOOG) had agreed to automatically censor the images. The dispute stems from a secretly-filmed sadomasochist romp involving Mr.

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    Facebook, YouTube and Google are the leaders in mobile app usage

    MarketWatch – 2:51 PM ET 05/14/2015

    People are primarily using apps on their smartphone to communicate and for social networking, but usage habits show which big names dominate the app market. A report from mobile analytics firm App Annie on the first quarter of 2015 found that Facebook (FB) ranked in the top three--in terms of top apps, excluding games--for active users on the iPhone in six markets around the world. Generally, top apps for all smartphones across the U.S., United Kingdom and Germany, fell to the big names:...

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    Here's what happens to stocks once the bond rout ends

    MarketWatch – 9:23 AM ET 05/14/2015

    Critical information ahead of the U.S. market's open. Dana Lyons, on his Tumblr blog, has taken a fresh look at what happens when 10- year Treasury yields ratchet up from a 52- week low to a five-month high within four months. Including the current move, he says this has happened 15 times since 1962..

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    Uber poaches PR chief Whetstone from Google

    MarketWatch – 3:55 PM ET 05/13/2015

    Uber just hired another public-relations veteran to help improve its image. Rachel Whetstone, who had led communications and public policy at Google (GOOG), is leaving to take on a similar role at Uber, a company spokeswoman said Wednesday. She plans to start her new role early next month.

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    AOL Won't Put Verizon in the Game

    MarketWatch – 9:37 PM ET 05/12/2015

    Verizon Communications (VZ) is dipping another toe into the future of online video. The telecom giant will buy AOLAOL for $50 a share in cash, or roughly $4.4 billion. For Verizon (VZ), with a $202 billion market value, this should have little impact on its growth rate or valuation.

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    How Google's Top Minds Decide What to Forget

    DJ Business News – 4:35 PM ET 05/12/2015

    On most Wednesdays, Google Inc.' s top minds in Europe get together and decide what to forget. The meetings are a new--and potentially precedent-setting--routine for a group of senior lawyers, engineers and product managers at the tech giant, after Europe's top court ruled that people could ask Google (GOOG) to remove links in search results for their name. The European Court of Justice ruling, a year old Wednesday, places Google (GOOG) in the uncomfortable position of having to vet take-down...

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    Elon Musk takes to Twitter to refute bio book passages

    MarketWatch – 12:25 PM ET 05/12/2015

    Never scolded employee for missing birth of child. Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) and SpaceX Corp., took to Twitter in the wee hours of Tuesday to refute some of the passages in a book written about him. On Ashlee Vance's "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future," Musk is said to have sent a scolding e-mail to an employee who missed a company event to witness the birth of his child: "That is no excuse.

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