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Kushner to run White House innovation team to revamp government: report
MarketWatch
The Wall Street Journal: Apple scores victory in iPhone patent case in China
MarketWatch
Microsoft's Surface Phone Does Not Need Exciting Hardware
Forbes • Contributor, Ewan Spence
Curious about visiting Asia but not sure what to do? Here's a website and app that can help
Los Angeles Times • Jen Leo
After the London terror attack, a top U.K. official says Facebook needs to open up WhatsApp
Recode • Peter Kafka
5 Can't-Miss Dividend Hikes Coming This Spring
Forbes • Brett Owens, Contributor
London attack reignites encryption debate, as U.K. govt. says ‘there should be no place for terrorists to hide’
Venture Beat • Paul Sawers
U.K. Tells WhatsApp to Open Encryption to Intelligence Services
Bloomberg • Robert Hutton
What Happened To The 10.5-Inch iPad Pro? This Analyst Has An Answer
Forbes • Brooke Crothers, Contributor
Apple Bites Back With iPhone Court Win in China
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Kushner to run White House innovation team to revamp government: report
MarketWatch
Getty Images Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President Donald Trump, will lead a new White House innovation team intended to use ideas from the business world to revamp America’s bureaucracy, according to a report Sunday night. The Washington Post reported the White...
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Apple Inc, Finance
The Wall Street Journal: Apple scores victory in iPhone patent case in China
MarketWatch
Getty Images BEIJING — A Chinese court has overturned a ruling against Apple Inc. over iPhone patents, a win for the tech giant in one of its toughest markets. The Beijing IP Court ruled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus don’t...
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Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp
Microsoft's Surface Phone Does Not Need Exciting Hardware
ForbesContributor, Ewan Spence
This weekend has seen online discussion over a Microsoft patent describing a hinged display on a mobile device. While the patent is of interest to designers and reflects one potential future of a smartphone, I don’t think it reflects Microsoft’s current strategic...
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Apple Inc, Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation
Curious about visiting Asia but not sure what to do? Here's a website and app that can help
Los Angeles TimesJen Leo
Want to explore Asia but struggling to decide where to go or what to do? This website/app offers ideas at bargain prices. Name: Klook Activities & Attractions What it does: The Klook website and app introduce you to attractions and shows, tours...
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Apple Inc, BBC America
After the London terror attack, a top U.K. official says Facebook needs to open up WhatsApp
RecodePeter Kafka
The messaging service was reportedly used by the man who killed four people last week A top U.K. official is targeting WhatsApp, after reports that the terrorist who killed four people used the Facebook-owned messaging app before launching his attack in London...
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Apple Inc, Natural Gas
5 Can't-Miss Dividend Hikes Coming This Spring
ForbesBrett Owens, Contributor
“If you’re not growing, you’re dying” is a well-worn phrase slathered all over the business and investment world, for good reason: It’s true. And it strikes a particularly loud chord when it comes to dividend investing. If your retirement portfolio is full...
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Apple Inc, Facebook Inc
London attack reignites encryption debate, as U.K. govt. says ‘there should be no place for terrorists to hide’
Venture BeatPaul Sawers
As London reels in the aftermath of yet another horrific terrorist attack, the U.K. government has reignited the debate on the use of encryption in mobile messaging services. The attack in Westminster last Thursday left four people dead and many more injured,...
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Apple Inc, BBC America
U.K. Tells WhatsApp to Open Encryption to Intelligence Services
BloombergRobert Hutton
U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Facebook Inc.’s WhatsApp messaging system should open its encryption to security services and urged online companies to be more aggressive in shutting down sites exploited by terrorists. After newspapers disclosed that Khalid Masood, who killed four...
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Apple Inc, Hardware & Peripherals
What Happened To The 10.5-Inch iPad Pro? This Analyst Has An Answer
ForbesBrooke Crothers, Contributor
The redesigned iPad Pro was a no-show this week. But that doesn't mean it's not in the pipeline.
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Apple Inc, Tablets
Apple Bites Back With iPhone Court Win in China
The Wall Street Journal
BEIJING—A Chinese court has overturned a ruling against Apple Inc. over iPhone patents, a win for the tech giant in one of its toughest markets. The Beijing IP Court ruled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus don’t infringe on patents for...
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