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Gray market iPhone 6 prices plunge in China

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GoogleX to circle the Earth with Internet-connected balloons

Google is looking to launch a fleet of high-altitude balloons that will circle the planet, providing Internet connectivity to remote areas -- and it plans to do so within a year.
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Microsoft streamlines free Office for students deal

Microsoft yesterday made it easier for school and university students to obtain a free subscription to Office 365 by sidestepping institutional IT and going to the self-serve line.
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Dell's PC, tablet innovations draw attention

In a copycat PC industry, Dell is trying to attract attention with the innovative features and technology firsts that it is bringing to PCs and tablets.
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Smaller Windows PC makers nip at Apple's heels in customer satisfaction

Apple again topped rival computer makers in an annual customer satisfaction survey, the 10th year in a row its Macs have whipped Windows PCs.
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We just might put a dent in data breaches

Is the dawn of the age of ubiquitous e-payments finally here? Can we throw away our credit cards yet?
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Sage adds to its payroll by acquiring cloud firm PayChoice

Sage North America is to acquire privately-held PayChoice, a provider of payroll solutions for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The cost of the takeover is believed to be around £100 million.
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BT signs £26m private solar power deal

BT has signed a £26 million deal with UK Sustainable Energy (UK-SE) to take 100 percent of the green energy generated by a solar farm near Ipswich, Suffolk, to help power BT’s Adastral Park research campus for the next 20 years.
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East Midlands NHS Trusts club together to save 30 percent on imaging

Seven NHS Trusts in the East Midlands are set to save 30 to 40 percent by jointly buying a single radiology information system, according to Andrew Fearn, ICT director at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
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Alternatives to the iPhone 6 Plus: 5 rivals to Apple's phablet

While Apple has dominated the phone and tablet markets for the past few years, the launch of the iPhone 6 Plus marks the company’s first entry into the arena of the phablet. This sector is already well-trodden by the likes of Sony and Samsung, with a fresh crop of rival devices to Apple’s latest offering announced at this year’s IFA in Berlin. Read on to discover the iPhone 6 Plus’ competitors as we round up the phablets of IFA in comparison to the iPhone 6 Plus.
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The many looks of the Apple Watch

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EU tells Google to make more concessions or face charges in antitrust dispute

Google has to improve its settlement terms in an antitrust investigation over its search practices or face charges, following opposition from some quarters to the deal, the European Commission's competition chief Joaquin Almunia said Tuesday.
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Windows Server 2003 – a very unglamorous but really important problem

Very much in the shadows of all the press coverage and hysteria attendant on emerging cloud architectures and customer-facing systems of engagement are the nitty-gritty operational details that lurk like monsters in the swamp of legacy infrastructure, and some of them have teeth. And sometimes these teeth can really take a bite out of the posterior of an unprepared organisation.
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