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Is it time for a new Google mission statement?
CNN
After 14 years, Larry Page has confessed to the Financial Times that Google "probably does need" a new mission statement. Back in 1999, Google came up with "ten things we know to be true" that defined the then-little Silicon Valley start-up. So here are some suggested tweaks to make the Google's original mission statement more relevant in 2014.
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Google Cloud targets Amazon web services with new options, price cuts
International Business Times
Google executives plan to announce a new and improved version of the company's cloud services at a Google Cloud Platform Live conference in San Francisco, California. The announcement, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, comes amid a company-wide effort to compete with Amazon, which has dominated Google in the cloud market since unveiling Amazon Web Services in 2006.
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Apple finally lets you deregister phone numbers from iMessage
Time Magazine
Messaged received: Apple has released a new tool to answer complaints that switching from an iPhone to a different smartphone dooms iMessages sent to them from other iPhone users to an unseen purgatory. Apple's new web tool lets ex-iOS users efficiently deregister their phone numbers from Apple's iMessage system and ensures that future SMS messages get delivered to the new device.
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Small-scale applicatons key to Internet Of Things success
CRN
Companies investing in the Internet of Things and machine-to-machine space are working hard to show how those complex technologies can translate to real business opportunities for partners. Charles Kriete, chief revenue officer at MSP Wyless, said they might be going about it the wrong way. Kriete said his peers tend to "overcomplicate the entire industry," focusing on large-scale applications of connected technology. He said the Internet of Things can be "as simple as connected ATMs" and "parking meter solutions."

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Internet Archive brings 900 classic arcade games to your browser
PC World
The Internet Archive has branched out into video games, adding a section of the site called the Console Living Room that backed up early console games. What started with five systems — the Atari 2600 and 7800, the Magnavox Odyssey, the ColecoVision, and the Astrocade — has since expanded to include everything from classics like the Sega Genesis to weird also-rans like the Watara SuperVision.

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Survey: 'Wi-fi is the future of mobile data'
The Independent
It's good news for the internet addicted: the world is slowly but surely being blanketed with Wi-Fi, with a new study showing that there is one public hotspot for every 150 people. The data, collected by the worldès largest commercial Wi-Fi provider iPass, shows there will be 47.7 million Wi-Fi signals by the end of 2014, growing to over 340 million or one for every 20 people on Earth by 2018.

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LOL if you must, but the internet is actually making English better
Quartz
The internet is positively amazeballs. But the unedited, character-limited way we communicate on the web and mobile is often blamed for ruining the purity of language, English or otherwise. What hope is there for future literary greats when wacky internet terms like "adorbs" and "LOL" make it into the most revered dictionaries? Is the internet destroying the foundations of language? The answer is no.
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5 website design trends to dominate 2015
The Var Guy
Web design is a critical component in effective marketing and lead generation. Today's competitive websites are designed for a mobile world, one that emphasizes video content engagement and crisp content blocks designed to captivate visitors—and convert visitors to customers. What are the top trends powering web design for 2015?
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'Dark Web' version of Facebook shows a new way to secure the web
MIT Technology Review
Facebook.com is one of the most frequently accessed URLs in the world, but recently, the social network unveiled a new one: facebookcorewwwi.onion. That address serves up a version of Facebook's service accessible only via the Tor anonymity software. Tor users include dissidents trying to avoid censorship, criminals, and U.S. government workers who need to escape scrutiny from foreign security services.
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CRTC bans 30-day notice for cancelling TV, phone, internet
CBC News
Canadians no longer have to give a 30-day notice to cancel or change their television, internet or landline telephone service, the CRTC says. In a release, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said it is "prohibiting television service providers from requiring that Canadians give 30 days' notice prior to cancelling these services."
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