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Saturday, November 18, 2017
 

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Deal sites take aim at Groupon
Deal site Groupon recently turned down a $6 billion offer from Google. But its real mark of success may be the growing number of copycat sites. There are deal sites that cater to specific groups of people. And Facebook, Google and others are launching similar services.

Tokyo earthquake, tsunami puts data centers, cloud services at risk
Japan was reeling after an 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that slammed into Tokyo at midday local time. Here’s a look at the data center and cloud computing impact via ZDNet Japan

Charlie Miller wins Pwn2Own again with iPhone 4 exploit
Charlie Miller kept his Pwn2Own winning streak intact with another successful hack of an Apple product.

Amazon ends affiliate program in Illinois
Internet retailer cuts off affiliates after Illinois’ governor signs bill requiring in-state affiliates to collect state sales tax on purchases made by Illinois residents.

Kinect gets Guiness nod
What’s the fastest-selling gadget ever? It’s not the iPad or the iPhone. Rather, it is Microsoft’s Kinect sensor. In its first 60 days, it sold more than 130,000 units daily. That’s significantly higher than iPad and iPhone sales.

iPad launch 2.0: What’s different this time?
With the iPad 2 launching today, we take a look at how both Apple’s retail strategy and the tablet landscape differ from the launch of the first-generation iPad.

 

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