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U.S. Manufacturing Cools Down in September, ISM’s Manufacturing Index Tumbled to 56.6

The U.S. manufacturing expansion cooled a bit in September after a solid performance in August, as per another study released on Wednesday. The Institute ... Read more

MIT’s Media Lab to get absolute access to Twitter’s entire feed of public tweets

Twitter is investing $10 million in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology over the following five years to study examples of how people use the Internet ... Read more

Google Drive for Education offers unlimited storage for schools and students

Google, the world’s largest internet search company announced a new initiative Tuesday for students, Drive for Education. The new service bolsters Google’s ... Read more

World’s Third Largest Retailer under Investigation by Financial Watchdog

Britain’s top financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority on Wednesday launched a full investigation into UK’s largest supermarket chain ... Read more

Intel-owned Basis announces ‘Peak’ Fitness and Sleep Tracker at $199

Basis, a wearable company acquired by Intel earlier this year announced on Tuesday its next-generation fitness and sleep tracker with a built-in optical ... Read more

US Govt criticizes Apple-Google Encryption of Mobile Data

Recent moves by Apple and Google to enhance their privacy measures on smart phones and mobile devices has drawn solid disapproval from FBI Director James ... Read more

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