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Exclusive: Google Aiming to Go Straight Into Car With Next Android - Sources By Clip Syndicate Google is laying the groundwork for a version of Android that would be built directly into cars, sources said, allowing drivers to enjoy all the benefits of the Internet without even plugging in their smartphones. The move is a major step up from Google's current Android Auto software, which comes with the latest version of its smartphone operating system and requires a phone to be plugged into a compatible car with a built-in screen to access streaming music, maps and other apps. ...Read More »
Hackers Release Swedish Government Emails in Pirate Bay Retaliation By Clip Syndicate Hackers have released the emails and passwords of employees of the Swedish government in retaliation for Sweden's crackdown on the popular file-sharing site the Pirate Bay. Last week, Swedish authorities staged a raid, in which they seized computer servers they said were used by The Pirate Bay as part of an operation targeting “crimes related to intellectual property rights.” A group calling itself HagashTeam 2015 posted a list of email addresses and passwords for Swedish government employees.

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Facebook Drops Bing, Will Reportedly Debut Own Search Tool on Monday By Clip Syndicate According to a new report from Reuters, Facebook has quietly removed Microsoft-owned Bing as its primary search engine. The social network pulled Bing search from its Graph Search platform, and will introduce on Monday its own search tool that will allow users to find information related to friends' posts and comments. Facebook was using Bing to produce search results as its in-house search engine, allowing Facebook users to look for more information about their friends. Selecting Bing as a partner was also a way for Facebook to keep rival Google's search engine away from the social network.

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Search Giant Baidu Invests in Uber as China's Car Service Market Heats up By Clip Syndicate According to various reports, Uber will take a major step toward expansion in China with an investment from search giant Baidu. The move gives Uber a powerful partner in China, a market that projects to be a major part of ride service company's growth. A spokesperson for Baidu told Mashable that during a press conference on Dec. 17th in Beijing, the company will announce an investment and strategic partnership with a prominent US-based startup, but could offer no other details. ...Read More »
China's Baidu to Invest in Taxi-hailing App Uber By Clip Syndicate China National Radio and a person in the know say search engine Baidu will invest in taxi-hailing app maker Uber Technologies, becoming the latest Chinese Internet firm to take an interest in the flourishing market for transportation apps. The size of Baidu's investment - and its valuation of Uber - are unknown, but the Chinese firm has scheduled a press conference to announce an investment into an unnamed U.S.-based startup on December 17th in Beijing. ...Read More »
Zuckerberg Muses on Dislike Button, the Emotion Study and Pizza By Clip Syndicate Mark Zuckerberg is thinking about adding a "dislike" button to Facebook, but not for the reason you think. The chief executive of the world's largest social network said Thursday he's considered adding a button to Facebook posts, allowing people a third way to express reactions other than clicking "Like" or leaving a comment. But it's not to express displeasure, he said. ...Read More »
Sony May Be Using an Old Tactic in Its War With Hackers, but Can it Work? By Clip Syndicate Sony Pictures may not be standing idly while its corporate data is being disseminated all over the internet, following the devastating hack of its servers in late November. According to a report from Re/Code , which quotes two anonymous sources, the company is using Amazon Web Services servers in Tokyo and Singapore to execute a denial of service attack on the servers offering its corporate data. ...Read More »
Iowa May Be The First State To Offer Digital Driver's Licenses On Smartphones By Clip Syndicate The smartphone has become a central component of daily life. In Iowa, it will soon be where motorists keep their driver's licenses, too.According to the Des Moines Register , the Iowa Department of Transportation is building an app that motorists will be able to use in lieu of a conventional driver's license. The app is slated to launch next year, and it will be free to all users. ...Read More »
Instagram Tops 300 Million Active Users, Likely Bigger Than Twitter By Clip Syndicate Facebook's billion-dollar Instagram acquisition is looking better and better. Instagram announced Wednesday that it now has more than 300 million monthly active users, up from 200 million in March. At that level, Instagram likely has about as many or more users than Twitter, which announced in October that it had 281 million active users in the third quarter. It is also in the process of cutting down on spammy accounts. The app is still in the process of monetizing its audience, having introduced ads in November 2013 and rolling out video ads in October 2014.

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New Study Finds Millennial Business Ownership, Technology Adoption On The Rise By Mitchell Hall for America's Backbone Weekly Here's the weekly roundup from the world of small business ...Read More »

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