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Microsoft's Surface turns first profit in 2 years @gkeizer http://t.co/ZcfjImF7u5
RT @lucasmearian: Ethernet is coming to cars http://t.co/tipdQFrsIa
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Apple Pay could be a big deal for Android users @martyn_williams http://t.co/XpOM1YtVxE
RT @gkeizer: Microsoft CEO's pay package tops $84M. And Nadella has a shot at $355M in stock awards. http://t.co/pXPlHfzKhf
RT @gkeizer: Mac revenue tops iPad as Apple sells record 5.5M computers. http://t.co/fOzN282aA9 http://t.co/mDhYgEvOZB
Why Google wants to replace Gmail @MikeElgan http://t.co/FM7TLoDMrh
You'll pay a lot more for an unlocked Nexus 6 smartphone @matthamblen
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Apple mum as Mac owners wrangle with Yosemite's Wi-Fi problems @JuanCPerezIDG http://t.co/YkjoGMtP6P
Big Data Digest: Rise of the think-bots @Joab_Jackson http://t.co/0D8r9XgNmX
Expect anemic mobile phone growth in U.S. through 2018 @matthamblen http://t.co/O9zzennn5r
#Samsung delivers fix for SSD slowdowns @lucasmearian http://t.co/tt07Qeqt9J
#IBM preps for a post-silicon world @DCgov http://t.co/LQytkJr7nI
RT @jr_raphael: Hands on: Toshiba's Chromebook 2 makes a fantastic first impression http://t.co/OS8ilUYLZL
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RT @jonnyevans_cw: Setting up OS X Yosemite the way you want it http://t.co/bHI32UILdU
RT @gkeizer: 5K display aside, Apple's new iMac is barely changed from 2013's desktop, says iFixit. http://t.co/lULzJSvwSG
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