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Today: Pandora plummets as Apple plots its next move in consumer music, an industry that still hasn't settled on a solid digital distribution method. Also: Earnings create Wall Street chaos. ... more...


Courtesy: The Wall Street Journal


Google executive Alan Eustace jumped from a helium balloon and fell to earth from over 135,000 feet on Friday, a record. ... more...


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Google Chief Executive Larry Page is handing off day-to-day responsibilities for the bulk of Google's product portfolio to fast-rising executive Sundar Pichai, according to a person familiar with the change. ... more...


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Today: Pandora plummets as Apple plots its next move in consumer music, an industry that still hasn't settled on a solid digital distribution method. Also: Earnings create Wall Street chaos. ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


Nest is buying Revolv, the Boulder-maker of a hub for smart-home products, in a deal that will take Revolv's device out of production but add a Boulder site for Google-owned Nest. Revolv graduated from the 2012 TechStars program and developed its smart-home hub, something I wrote about this summer. The ... more...


Courtesy: MSNBC


From drones that perform high-fidelity 3-D scans to apps that automatically scour satellite data for undiscovered sites, the past is looking futuristic. ... more...


Courtesy: The Wall Street Journal


Google's Nest Labs unit has acquired startup Revolv, the latest move by the Internet giant to expand in the fast-moving market for smart home gadgets. ... more...


Courtesy: Seattle Times


Apple’s new iPads, the iPaid Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3, are the best tablets on the market today. Expensive, too. ... more...


Courtesy: The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Also, European stocks fall; gold finishes lower for day and week; UPS revenue rises 5.7 percent in third quarter; Procter & Gamble to make Duracell stand-alone company; European Central Bank warns of potential relapse into recession; and Apple's OS X Yosemite powers 13 percent of all American and Canadian Macs. ... more...


Courtesy: Giga Om


Sundar Pichai just became the second-most-powerful man within Google, and is now overseeing search, infrastructure, maps, commerce, ads and more as well as Chrome and Android. ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


On the set of a movie being made by a new kind of startup, the camera rig is situated without a person behind it. It sits there on a stand on its own with an array of cameras pointed all the way around capturing 360-degree footage of actors performing a ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


Medical-device maker Covidien may sell off some of its vascular therapy technologies ahead of the company's sale to Medtronic Inc. in a preemptive move to satisfy anti-trust regulators. Covidien said in a Friday regulatory filing that it and Medtronic will "likely agree" to divest of assets related to Covidien's vascular ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


There's nothing dull about the roles actress Tanya Wright has taken on: Most recently, she is playing Deputy Kenya Jones on HBO's vampire series "True Blood" and Crystal, the wife of a transgender prisoner in Netflix's jailhouse drama, "Orange is the New Black." But her personal obsession is something far ... more...


Courtesy: The Wall Street Journal


Apple's universal SIM card would allow customers to easily switch between competing wireless carriers. But AT&T said it will lock the SIM once someone chooses its network. ... more...


Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal


Many of the doomed workers at bankrupt Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies' Mesa plant were never paid by either company. Instead, production, professional and administrative workers at the soon-to-be shuttered factory were temporary or contracts workers. That means they were paid by temporary staffing and employment services companies hired by ... more...


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