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Robert Pattinson Grabs a Handful of FKA Twigs's Butt By Clip Syndicate Robert Pattinson got touchy feely with FKA Twigs on Friday. PDA aside, the British duo kept the afternoon casual, donning workout gear and sweaters to take in the brisk weather and sip on coffee. We first caught a glimpse of the duo's romance in September, when Robert and FKA Twigs took a stroll through NYC. Despite the excitement of their newfound love, the couple has faced a backlash on the Internet. Earlier this month, FKA Twigs addressed the negative comments about their relationship in an interview she gave while promoting her latest album, LP1. She said, "I really enjoy the fun of putting something out and people liking it or hating it or talking about it, but vacuous attention, it feels disgusting. It's like a hangover. It's weird, I know that's not really because of me or what I'm doing."

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European Parliament Preparing to Call for Google Break-up By Clip Syndicate The Financial Times on Friday cited a draft motion as saying the European Parliament is preparing to call for a break-up of Google Incorporated that would separate its search services from its other businesses. European regulators are increasingly concerned about Google's and other American companies' growing dominance of the Internet industry, and have sought ways to curb Google's perceived power. A public call for a break-up would be the most far-reaching action proposed. The FT cited the draft motion as saying, "Unbundling search engines from other commercial services” should be considered as a solution to Google's dominance.

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Content Insider #366 - Holiday Travel By Miles Weston Work is grinding to a halt around the office as everyone does their holiday shopping. Not on their computers because IT can track where people are surfing (not that they do) but with their BYODs (bring your own device). They can shop in the bathroom, boring meetings, while someone else drives home. It's going to be Thanksgiving eating/shopping at all the same time. Every retailer (WW) wants to be 1st in your pocket. Can't wait ultil next year's Labor Day BBQ/black friday. Of course then they'll just go into your mobile device, tell you what you purchased (and or whom) and make their mobile withdrawal. In the meantime I'm watching a show on our 4K UHD TV, daughter's iPad, wife's iPhone...all on the couch. ...Read More »
Amazon Uses Snapchat to Send Exclusive Deals By Clip Syndicate Snap up these deals before they're gone in 10 seconds. Literally. Amazon, the world's largest online retailer by revenue, hopes to boost sales with a new take on social shopping -- using a Snapchat account to send gift ideas, recommendations and exclusive deals that disappear in seconds. The account also rolled out a new Instagram feed, along with early Black Friday deals. Consumers are buying more from their mobile devices, and Amazon is trying to tap into that trend by reaching out to social media followers.

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Apptopia’s New Service Is A “BuiltWith” For Apps By Clip Syndicate Web developers for a long time have used a site called BuiltWith to determine what technologies power top websites, including what hosts, analytics providers, shopping cart systems, and more run behind-the-scenes of top domains. Now app store data provider Apptopia is doing something similar for mobile applications, by looking at which software development kits are installed in nearly any application live now on the iTunes App Store or Google Play. ...Read More »
Google, Hyundai Show Off New Third-party Android Auto Apps By Clip Syndicate Google takes another step toward the release of its in-car infotainment and app integration software with the announcement and release of an Android Auto API. This announcement means that developers can start adapting their apps for the dashboard today. Currently, the API only supports two categories of apps for Android Auto integration, but over a dozen third-party app developers are already onboard with working apps.

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Report: Facebook at Work Set to Do the Business Like LinkedIn By Clip Syndicate Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is known for his signature tee-shirts -- but he could be after the suit-and-tie crowd. For most of us, using Facebook at work means scrolling through the pictures of your friend's birthday party and getting in a couple of rounds of Farmville when you're meant to be working on the Henderson presentation. Facebook at Work would keep your drunken updates and embarrassing selfies away from your colleagues and professional contacts. But the world's biggest social network reportedly wants to make things more professional, taking on LinkedIn with Facebook at Work. According to the Financial Times, Facebook is developing a new site that features a similar newsfeed and groups to the current friends and family-based social network, but enables you to collaborate with colleagues and keep in touch with professional contacts. Your personal Facebook feed -- including potentially embarrassing photos, drunken posts and other personal stuff -- would be kept separate.

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The Kingmaker Strategy: Pioneered By The Chinese Internet Giants, Coming To America? By Clip Syndicate A few weeks ago, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba made a number of announcements at its annual developer conference. Several announcements surrounding its mobile strategy related to a Silicon Valley startup called Quixey. Quixey is an emerging player in mobile search. Alibaba led the company’s $50 million Series D round of financing in October of 2013, taking a seat on the company’s board of directors. Since that time, the two companies have been working closely together. At the recent Alibaba developer conference, Alibaba announced that Quixey would power mobile search on YunOS, Alibaba’s mobile operating system. The two companies are also focused on building out a strong mobile developer network in China.

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As Developers Depart, Google Glass Is Ready To Become This Era’s Segway By Clip Syndicate Just over 18 months ago Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said he found having to talk to Google Glass out loud “the weirdest thing” and admitted that there would be “places where Google Glass are inappropriate.” I predicted it would become this era’s Segway: hyped as a game changer but ultimately used by warehouse workers and mall cops. Reuter’s sources say a full consumer launch may now be “delayed” to 2015. ...Read More »
Comet Mission Team Gets Signals From Lander By Clip Syndicate The European Space Agency's $1.3 billion Rosetta mission and its legions of Internet fans got a lift on Friday when the mission's Philae lander resumed sending back science data from the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Even better, the lander reported that it had given itself a lift, which improved its position for soaking up solar energy. on Friday — indicating that the probe is still alive. ...Read More »

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