UK puts the kibosh on Googles Freedom to provide Information  

BBC By : Staff Reporting

Details of a "minor criminal offence" were referenced in the stories regarding an individual, the ICO said. Earlier links about the case had already been removed - but this act of removal itself later became news.

It is the links to those new articles, when searched for via the individual's name, which must now be removed. - Referenced Article


Apple Supports An Apology To Women From Dr. Dre  

Slate By : Ben Mathis-Lilley

Dr. Dre has issued a statement apologizing to "the women I've hurt," the New York Times reported Friday.

The release of the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton has triggered significant coverage—including a harrowing Gawker first-person piece this week by music-industry figure Dee Barnes... - Referenced Article

Josh Duggar linked to cheaters website  

Houston Chronicle By : Dana Thompson

It looks like a celebrity has popped up in the Ashley Madison data dump.

According to reports on Wednesday, hacked data may have exposed troubled "19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar as one of the people with a paid membership to the dating website for those who want to cheat on their spouses. - Referenced Article


Amazons data-driven approach becoming more common  

Washington Post By : Mae Anderson

A New York Times article over the weekend portrayed Amazon’s work culture as “bruising” and “Darwinian” in part because of the way it uses data to manage its staff.

The article depicted a work culture where staffers are under constant pressure to deliver strong results on a wide variety of detailed metrics the company monitors in real time ... - Referenced Article


Tiger Woods to play Wyndham with hopes of making FedExCup playoffs  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

In an attempt to make the season-ending FedExCup playoffs, Tiger Woods is headed to Greensboro.

He announced last week he was considering playing in this week’s Wyndham Championship, and now it’s official. Tournament director Mark Brazil tweeted the news Monday morning: “Bam! Tiger is coming!” - Referenced Article


Samsung Unveils The Worlds Largest Hard Drive, Boasting 16 TB In A 2.5-Inch Case  

Tech Times By : Christian de Looper

Samsung may have announced bigger products in the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, but that doesn't take away from the fact that the company showed off a nearly 16-terabyte flash hard drive at the Flash Memory Summit this week.

This is a pretty significant announcement. Flash memory is generally faster than its disc-spinning counterpart, although it generally doesn't offer the highest amounts of storage. - Referenced Article


AT&T was close partner to NSA in Internet spying, article asserts  

CNN Money By : Jackie Wattles

That's according to a report by the New York Times and ProPublica citing NSA documents obtained from former agency contractor Edward Snowden.

AT&T gave the agency access to information regarding emails sent on its networks and allowed the agency to monitor communications at the United Nations, according to the documents. - Referenced Article


Samsung prepares to battle Apple in the Supreme Court  

Benchmark Reporter By : ADIP XION

Samsung has taken the battle again and have decided to take on Apple for a fine charged for alleged copyright infringement of two-dozen Apple patents.

But the Korean giant just came to know that the US Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected their appeal. - Referenced Article


BMW owns Alphabet.com and it's not selling it to Google  

By : Chris Perkins

Perhaps Google (Alphabet?) should have googled its new name before it decided to restructure the whole company.

The New York Times reports that Google's new parent company, Alphabet, has encountered an issue with german automaker BMW, which owns a fleet services company with the same name and the domain Alphabet.com. - Referenced Article


26 reasons Google created Alphabet  

Fusion By : Felix Salmon

A is for Alphabet, which is about to become the biggest tech company most people have never heard of. It’s going to have a market capitalization of more than $400 billion.

You might be more familiar with the company under its present moniker, Google. Why did Google create Alphabet? Here are 26 reasons: - Referenced Article


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