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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Scam: ‘Lovers Got Caught and Watch the Punishment They Got’

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Spotify competitor Rhapsody is growing its subscription numbers in part due to a new service that's more like Pandora. So what does that mean for the future of Rhapsody? Rhapsody hits 2 million paying subscribers, thanks to Europe, LatAm… and Pandora? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…. ... more...


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Construction of the $1.3 billion Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea on Hawaii's Big Island could start as early as this fall. The telescope, the largest of its kind, will allow researchers to study planets in our solar system, explore other galaxies and help determine the age of the oldest ... more...


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China's Huawei Technologies Co. said its smartphone shipments rose 62% in the first half of this year, helped by strong demand in overseas markets such as Latin America and the Middle East for new handsets that work on faster-speed networks. ... more...


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The fast-growing technology startups this week each announced new versions of their apps geared toward booking business trips. ... more...


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Rhapsody International Inc. said Tuesday its partnership with T-Mobile US Inc. has helped boost its number of paying subscribers to more than 2 million, up from 1.7 million in April. ... more...


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The music service announced the milestone on Tuesday as it seeks to expand its footprint in Europe and Latin America. ... more...


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A fast-growing sports-fan site has gotten significant backing so it can grow. ... more...


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Though clothing sales have been strained in recent years, activewear has become a $33.4 billion business, as popular on the street as it is in the gym. ... more...


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Oracle significantly cut its yearly stock grants to Chief Executive Larry Ellison and other top executives nearly a year after a wave of shareholder opposition to compensation paid to the billionaire chief. ... more...


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Sony is offering up a $15 million settlement to gamers after the PlayStation Network was hacked three years ago, but according to recent reports, the company refuses to admit fault in the case. According to Gamespot, the lawsuit was … ... more...


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The Meow Chat has blown up over the last day or so, with thousands of users getting Facebook invites from friends and others. That’s prompted questions about whether the app is safe or not and what it’s generally about. The … ... more...


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The dating website OKCupid publishes result of three experiments it conducted on users in the name of social science. ... more...


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Enterprise Honolulu CEO Pono Shim will serve in a volunteer advisory capacity to Mbloom, the Maui-based early-stage investment fund. "I believe we have an opportunity at hand that can lift us all in the technology sector," Shim said in a statement. "We need as may successes as we can find ... more...


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An article saying a Muslim-owned company in Dearborn, Mich., is forcing workers to wear headscarves while working is fake. It was posted on satire website Daily Currant, which mostly lampoons political news. “A Muslim-owned arts-and-crafts store in Dearborn, Michigan is … ... more...


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The iPhone 6 apparently won’t be made from sapphire glass, as previous rumors have claimed, according to a report on Monday. There’s been rampant speculation that Apple will use sapphire after it bought plants in Arizona and Massachusetts to make … ... more...