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     Thu 30 October 2014

Daily Mail

Apple CEO Tim Cook officially comes out as gay
Daily Mail
Writing in Businessweek Mr Cook said: 'So let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.' While acknowledging that being gay had been 'tough and uncomfortable', he said it had given him a 'deeper ...
Tim Cook, Apple's Chief Executive, Says He Is 'Proud to Be Gay'New York Times
Tim Cook reveals he's proud to be gay in bid to 'inspire' othersInquirer
Apple boss Cook 'proud to be gay' new Apple boss Tim Cook has revealed he is...Belfast Telegraph
The Guardian -Reuters UK -The Times (subscription)
all 315 news articles »


Microsoft Band, a Windows Phone fitness tracker, works with Android, iPhone too
The Microsoft Band packs in a range of features including a colour touchscreen, heart rate tracker and GPS. by Rich Trenholm · @rich_trenholm; 30 October 2014, 9:50 pm AEDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more. more +. email.
Microsoft leaks its own new fitness band and health softwareThe Guardian
Microsoft Band and Microsoft Health: The $199 all-platform fitness bandArs Technica
With Microsoft Band and Health, a Jump Into the Growing Market for Wearable ...New York Times
Daily Mail -NDTV -Register
all 256 news articles »

Times of India

China's Xiaomi surges to become world's third largest smartphone vendor
Xiaomi has shot up to become the the third largest smartphone vendor. Shown here are the company's Mi 4 smartphone, right, and its previous generation flagship phone. Credit: Michael Kan/IDG News Service ...
Samsung market dominance wavers as competition heats upBBC News
Samsung launching A series soon to take on XiaomiTimes of India
Samsung Galaxy A7, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A3 Launching Early-November: ReportNDTV
Firstpost -India Today
all 222 news articles »


Plant scientists urge Europe to stop blocking GM trials on 'political' grounds
The Guardian
A GM field trial in Brazil in 2011. Plant scientists accuse the EU of preventing such experiments in Brazil for political reasons. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images. Stuart Clark. Thursday 30 October 2014 02.00 EDT. Share via Email · Share on Facebook ...
Genetically modified crops: an open letter to EuropeTelegraph.co.uk

all 4 news articles »

Delhi Daily News

Newly found frog species in Staten Island gets new name
Delhi Daily News
Staten Island: Brooklyn-based ecologist Jeremy Feinberg has discovered a new species of frog in New York City. The newly discovered frog is known as the Atlantic Coast leopard frog and more formally as Rana kauffeldi. This is the second species of newly ...

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BBC News

Lenovo completes Motorola takeover after Google sale
BBC News
The acquisition gives the Chinese firm control of the unit's Moto and Droid-branded handsets as well as its 3,500 employees, 2,800 of whom are based in the US. Lenovo said the deal made it the world's third bestselling smartphone-maker after Apple and ...
Lenovo boosts mobile credentials as $2.91bn Motorola deal is completedInquirer
It's official: Motorola Mobility now belongs to LenovoCNET
Lenovo completes $2.91bn acquisition of Google's Motorola Mobility unitZDNet
Wall Street Journal -Businessweek -Reuters
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Nintendo—yes, THAT Nintendo—is building a bedside sleep sensor to monitor ...
Tim Hornyak reports on IT, telecommunications, science, and technology in Japan for the IDG News Service. More by Tim Hornyak. Nintendo has been stimulating people with video games for decades, but now it wants to help them sleep better. The Japanese ...
Nintendo CEO says recovered enough from surgery to resume workAsiaOne

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EE announces London mobile data speeds of up to 150Mbps
EE has written to HEXUS today to inform us that it has flicked the switch to turn on its 4G+ (LTE-Advanced) service in London. The faster mobile data service, which can reach speeds of around 150Mbps, is now live at 150 sites in central London. The fibre ...
EE has turned on the world's fastest 4G network in LondonShiny Shiny
EE launches commercial LTE-Advanced serviceTotal Telecom

all 42 news articles »

The Independent

A killer plague wouldn't save the planet from us
New Scientist
IT'S getting overcrowded here on Earth. More than 7 billion people are taking their toll on the planet, and the number is rising. What would it take to defuse this population time bomb? Drastic times could, in theory, call for drastic measures. But according to a ...
Population explosion is unstoppable, say scientistsTimes of India
A third world war 'would hardly reduce population'Times of Malta
Earth feels the weight as the population continues to growThe Daily Titan
Tech Times -io9 -Maine News Online
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EU decides on ambitious 2030 climate energy targets
World Cement
EU leaders have agreed the headline targets and the architecture for the EU framework on climate and energy for 2030. The agreed targets include a cut in greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, an EU-wide binding ...
EU climate deal 'a historic moment'Energy Voice
UK energy minister sees rapid reform of EU carbon marketDaily Mail
UK and Germany See Good Chances of Early EU Carbon FixBusinessweek

all 26 news articles »
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