FCC pauses review of Comcast, AT&T deals over contract fight
Photo: Patrick T. Fallon / Bloomberg A conflict over contract disclosures is delaying the FCC's reviews of Comcast's Time Warner Cable Inc. deal and AT&T's purchase of DirecTV. A conflict over contract disclosures is delaying the FCC's... Image 2 of 2.
REFILE-UPDATE 1-US FCC pauses clock on AT&T-DirecTV, Comcast-TWC ...
FCC stops the clock on some big telecom merger reviews
FCC stops clock on Comcast, AT&T-DirecTV reviews
How to Use Apple Pay - PC Magazine 22 Oct 2014
How to Use Apple Pay
Apple Pay turns your iPhone into a virtual credit card. We tried it out and have the details on how to get started. 0shares. Apple Pay · VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY. With the release of iOS 8.1, Apple Pay has arrived on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Apple Pay ...
I thought the iPhone 6+ was too big; I was wrong
Devices With Yosemite and iOS 8 Operating Systems Seamlessly Connect in ...
Apple Pay works abroad! … If you have a U.S. credit card
New York Times
IBM CEO Says Boosting Margins More Crucial Than Sales Growth
IBM sees boosting profit margins as more important than sales growth, Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty said today, holding firm to her strategy after a disappointing quarter sent shares tumbling. Investors aren't getting much expansion on either front.
Why Can Apple Make Things But IBM Can't?
How the Cloud Can Help Our Government Innovate
IBM chief Virginia Rometty stresses cybersecurity, cloud computing in Boston ...
Why Twitter Is Paying For Your Cell Phone Number
Twitter wants to gain a bigger presence in the lives of consumers, and so from today it's going behind the scenes of how we connect to our smartphone apps. The most obvious route? Our phone numbers. On Wednesday it launched a new mobile platform for ...
Beyond tweets: Twitter weaves new approach to mobile apps
Digits could replace usernames, passwords with mobile phone numbers
Twitter tears into mobile developer services with Fabric
Wall Street Journal
BofA to refund Apple Pay customers charged twice
SAN JOSE, CALIF. (AP) — Bank of America is apologizing for double-billing customers who made purchases using Apple's new mobile payments service. A bank spokeswoman said Wednesday that the glitch involved about 1,000 transactions and that all ...
Apple Pay sees problems as users get charged twice
Apple Pay Glitch Charges Some Bank of America Users Twice
Apple Adds Buy-It Buttons to iAd
Progress builds up developer chops with Telerik buy
In a move to muscle up in the app dev space, platform services provider Progress Software is in the process of acquiring development software vendor Telerik for US$262.5 million. Progress plans to fold Telerik's tools into its developer platform, Progress ...
As Mobile Software Starts Gaining Enterprise Traction, Progress Software ...
Progress Software to Acquire Toolmaker Telerik for $262.5 Million
Progress Software to acquire Telerik for $262.5 million
Hands on with Inbox, Google's new way to experience Gmail
Google's Inbox is a fresh and modern approach to email -- but does it make managing your messages easier or more complex? Computerworld | Oct 22, 2014 12:37 PM PT. Gmail · Email · Google. Google arguably reinvented email when it launched Gmail 10 ...
Google Unveils App for Managing Gmail Inboxes
Why Google's Inbox is my new favorite email app
Google Unveils 'Inbox', Its Next-Generation Gmail
European Dairy Consumption Rethought Given New Study
While we started as hunter-gatherers ultimately animal husbandry, the cultivation of crops, and dairying took over; however, it appears that humans in certain regions had little to no ability to digest dairy products that they were producing for quite some time.
Research looks at humans' lactose intolerance
DNA From Ancient Human Bones Sheds Light on Skin Color, Lactose Tolerance
Thousands of Years Of Human History Discovered In Central Europe
Reconstructed Genome of 45000-Year-Old Man Offers Clues on Modern Humans - New York Times 22 Oct 2014
New York Times
Reconstructed Genome of 45000-Year-Old Man Offers Clues on Modern Humans
New York Times
In 2012, Dr. Paabo and his colleagues took samples from this thigh bone to search for DNA. To their surprise, it held a number of genetic fragments. Credit Bence Viola/Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Continue reading the main story.
DNA yields secrets of human pioneer
Neanderthals and humans first mated 50000 years ago, DNA reveals
Scientists sequence the genome of a 45000-year-old man — the earliest human ...
Google and Others Sink $542 Million Into Mystery Virtual Reality Venture
Search giant Google, along with several other interests, just invested more than half a billion dollars in a mysterious venture called Magic Leap, a company that, based on various reports, is working on technology focused on the virtual reality and augmented ...
Magic Leap's CEO: The man behind $542M funding round led by Google