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Company directors are deep-sixing Google links citing ‘right to be forgotten’

In the past five months scores of current and former European company directors have removed Google links to information that they are required by law to disclose publicly, invoking their “right to be forgotten.” 905 more words


FKA Twigs Releases New Video Using Google Glass [VIDEO]

In five years from now we’ll look back on 2014 and go, remember when FKA Twigs tried to make Google Glass look cool? Although perhaps “try” isn’t the right word, since she did wear them as well as anyone possibly could. 189 more words


Verizon gains more customers, but less profit

Verizon Communications reported its third quarter earnings Tuesday morning and revealed profits that missed analysts’ estimates. Here’s what else you need to know about.

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China's slowness in moving to the cloud hits IBM

When IBM posted disappointing third-quarter results this same time a year ago, it made a special exception and broke out China financials. Its woes in the country—revenue crashed 22% in China in the third quarter of 2013—upended the entire quarterly release. 281 more words


Apple's blow-out earnings: What the analysts are saying - update

Katy Huberty, Morgan Stanley: iPhone 6 Dials Up Profits. “Apple characterized iPhone 6 demand as “staggering” and “markedly higher in every single country.” Our checks suggest early supply constraints have been addressed, but with Apple expanding from 32 countries today to more than 115 by December quarter- end, we see the potential for meaningful channel inventory build in March, which could drive better than normal seasonality. 1,463 more words


Was Apple’s iCloud data hacked in China?

Barely two months after Apple admitted it was storing users’ data online in mainland China, reports emerged that hackers have tried breaking into its iCloud data, … 102 more words


Data Sheet—Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Good morning, Data Sheet readers. Apple’s iPad sales are still lagging, but that’s one of the few negatives in its Q4 earnings report. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella boasts the most “complete” cloud for businesses. 32 more words