Verizon testing additional OTT service, source says

Verizon is testing another over-the-top service, separate from Go90, as the company looks to build out its content offerings, a source familiar with the matter says.

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EC to Take a Hard Look at E-Commerce Practices


The European Commission on Thursday announced three separate investigations into online pricing and other sales practices that may have breached EU antitrust rules. The EC investigations will assess whether consumers were able to enjoy cross-border choice when it came to buying video games and consumer electronics, and making hotel accommodations online. The newly opened investigations will focus on specific issues, including retail price restrictions, discrimination on the basis of location, and geo-blocking.

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FBI Director Raps Clinton but Recommends No Criminal Action


Although an FBI investigation concluded that Hillary Clinton’s use of a separate email system during her tenure as Secretary of State may have violated federal law, Director James B. Comey on Tuesday recommended against pursuing any criminal prosecution. “Our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” he said. Considered in light of the bureau’s actions in similar cases in the past, Comey explained, the facts in the Clinton case do not warrant the filing of criminal charges.

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Apple, Samsung Cut Mobile Payment Inroads in China


Apple and Samsung last week announced separate mobile payment partnerships with China UnionPay, the only domestic bank card network in the People’s Republic of China. China UnionPay cardholders will be able to utilize Apple Pay and Samsung Pay via a mobile device. Both services will begin early next year, pending approval and certification from regulators. China UnionPay cardholders will be able to add their bank cards to Apple Pay on iPhone handsets, Apple Watch and the iPad. Samsung Pay will be available on several Samsung handsets.

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Latest iOS 9 beta includes separate Photos folders for selfies, screenshots

With its latest iOS 9 beta, Apple introduced separate Photos folders for selfies and screenshots, a small but useful addition that could go a long way in cleaning up users’ libraries.

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Apple reveals new integrated developer program for Mac, Watch, and iOS

Developers will no longer be required to maintain separate memberships to develop for Apple’s Mac and iOS platforms, as the company has done away with the old configuration in favor of a new, unified Apple Developer Program.



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Apple addresses 'FREAK' attack in latest OS X, Apple TV and iOS security updates

Apple on Monday rolled out a security update for OS X, as well as separate updates for iOS and Apple TV, that addresses a number of recently discovered vulnerabilities, including a widely publicized SSL/TSL flaw dubbed “FREAK” that could in some cases allow malicious users to intercept secure communications.



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Bezos to Set The Washington Post on Fire


Jeff Bezos is planning to bring together two separate but equally important projects under his control: the Amazon Kindle Fire and The Washington Post. The Amazon CEO bought the paper slightly more than a year ago as a personal investment. Now the twain shall meet in Project Rainbow, a pilot project that has been under way at the Post for the past few months, according to reports. The project is a new application that will offer a curated selection of news and photographs from The Washington Post in a tablet-friendly format.

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HP Does the Splits


HP on Monday announced plans to separate its major business lines into two separate companies. One, HP Inc., will offer PCs and printers; the other, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, will focus on IT infrastructure, software and services. HP CEO Meg Whitman will be the president and CEO of HP Enterprise, which will be chaired by Patricia Russo. Don Weisler, EVP of HP’s printing & personal systems division, will be the president and CEO of HP Inc., and Whitman will be the non-executive chairman of its board.

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Apple's HealthKit powering ambitious new medical trials at Stanford, Duke

Apple’s new HealthKit tools in iOS 8 are the centerpiece of two separate medical trials about to kick off at prominent U.S. hospitals, aiming to help in treatment of diabetes, cancer and heart disease.



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Photos and video purportedly detail working 'iPhone 6,' hint at Passbook-based mobile payments

Two separate “leaks” out of China on Saturday supposedly show operational versions of Apple’s next-generation iPhone, including images of what appears to be credit card or mobile payments support for Passbook.



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Apple seeks Samsung product ban, retrial in second California lawsuit

In two separate court filings on Friday, Apple lodged a motion for a permanent U.S. injunction on Samsung products found in infringement of certain utility patents by a jury earlier in May, while requesting a retrial of the same case.



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