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Apple iPod Suit May Lack One Thing: A Plaintiff

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Suit Against Apple Over iPods May Lack One Thing: A Plaintiff

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IPod Suit Against Apple May Lack One Thing: A Plaintiff

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Banks’ Lawsuits Against Target for Losses Related to Hacking Can Continue

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Windows, IE, Exchange and Office to be patched next week

Microsoft has released their Advance Notification for the December 2014 security bulletins. There will be a total of seven bulletins, three of which will update critical vulnerabilities. The updates will be released at 1PM eastern time next Tuesday, December 9. The three critical bulletins affect Internet Explorer, Office and Windows. As is typical for Internet… Read more →

Microsoft’s Azure RemoteApp app-delivery service to be generally available December 11

Microsoft’s Azure RemoteApp service, which allows users to deploy Windows apps in the cloud and access them from a variety of devices, is generally available starting next week. Microsoft unveiled the preview of Azure RemoteApp, codenamed “Mohoro,” in May at TechEd North America. On December 4, officials said that Azure RemoteApp will be generally available… Read more →

Starbucks rolls out Mobile Order & Pay in Portland, still no Windows Phone app

Early this year I wrote that Starbucks planned to reduce time spent interacting with your barista. Starbucks announced the Mobile Order & Pay launched yesterday in Portland, Oregon, for iPhone owners. (Image: Starbucks) Starbucks plans to roll out this service across the country in 2015. The service only works on iPhones now, but Android support… Read more →

Microsoft and Barnes & Noble terminate their Nook Media deal

Microsoft and Barnes & Nobles officially are parting ways, with B&N terminating its Nook Media deal with the Redmond company. B&N announced the cancellation of the agreement on December 4, two years after Microsoft initially invested $300 million to create a separate Nook Media company together with B&N. Microsoft’s deal with B&N was part of… Read more →

Daily Report: Inquiry Into Cyberattack on Sony Pictures Broadens

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The three biggest challenges facing startups in the Middle East

The Middle East’s startup landscape has changed significantly in recent years. Initiatives such as Abu Dhabi’s twofour54 and Flat6Labs in Cairo have provided the means for entrepreneurs to develop their skills and businesses, alongside increasing investment opportunities from global funders like 500 Startups and regionally focused efforts such as the Amman-based Oasis500. But despite this progress,… Read more →

Business model boss: Reinvent or die

Dr. Alex Osterwalder is among the most influential proponents of business model innovation in the world. His first book, called Business Model Generation, sold a million copies in 30 languages and has had a profound influence on startups and entrepreneurial education. More recently, he wrote a book called Value Proposition Design , which explains how… Read more →