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PCWorld Show Episode 3 By IDG.TV We talk Surface Pro, Intel Skylake overclocking, and whether it's OK for a computer to be considered a "driver." ...Read More »
Pandora Said to Explore Sale; Shares Fall as Losses Pile Up By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Pandora Media Inc., the largest Internet radio service, is exploring a possible sale, according to a person familiar with the matter. The shares fell close to an all-time low as some analysts lowered their price targets amid mounting losses and competition from Spotify Ltd. and Apple Inc. ...Read More »
Reed Alum With a Perfectionist Streak? Don't Call Him Steve Jobs By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Luke Kanies is trying to figure out how to mimic Steve Jobss success without being a jerk. ...Read More »
Hardcore Hardware: The Brompton S6L is the ultimate folding bicycle By IDG.TV If you're looking for an edge in the urban rat race, this tiny British bicycle is it. ...Read More »
Pandora Said to Explore Sale of Company as Losses Mount By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Pandora Media Inc., the largest Internet radio service, is exploring a sale of the company, according to a person familiar with the matter, as losses pile up and online-music competition mounts from Spotify Ltd. and Apple Inc. ...Read More »
Zenefits Faces Investigation by California Regulator By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Zenefits has been under investigation by the California Department of Insurance since last year, the state agency disclosed, saying the resignation of co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Parker Conrad earlier this week doesnt resolve compliance issues at the human-resources software startup. ...Read More »
Driverless Cars: The existential threat By IDG.TV Today's driverless car is tomorrow's "floaty chair," and that bad news for humankind. ...Read More »
Android's Open Security Problem By Craig Young, Cybersecurity Researcher for Tripwire While Android has been immensely successful in terms of market share, it's now painfully clear that the open model that has helped drive their phenomenal growth is also responsible for a growing malware problem. The software running on millions of phones, tablets, and TV sets is out-of-date and unsupported with known security vulnerabilities. At the center of this problem is that fact that Android is a product of the Open Handset Alliance. ...Read More »
`Snooper's Charter' Would Make Brits Most Spied-Upon People By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- As opposition to proposed Internet surveillance rules mounts, British lawmakers are calling on the government to change some of the measures most onerous requirements, though even a watered-down version would likely make Britons among the worlds most spied-upon people. ...Read More »
Indian Stocks Enter Bear Market as Foreigners Sell Amid Rout By Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Indian equities tumbled to 21-month lows, sending the benchmark stock index into a bear market, as disappointing earnings added to concern about increasing outflows and the global economic outlook. ...Read More »

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