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  1. JD to launch US online store on GoogleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | People's Daily Online

    According to Bloomberg, JD.com is opening a flagship storefront on the shopping platforms of Google and setting up its own centers for shipping orders, while the U.S. search giant will handle payments and behind-the-scenes order processing. "We are shipping from U.S. fulfillment centers to U.S. end-customers," JD.com Head of Logistics Bao Yan told Bloomberg.

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  2. FlexShopper (FPAY) Sees Strong Trading Volume Following Insider Buying ActivityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Political

    FlexShopper Inc shares saw an uptick in trading volume on Friday after an insider bought additional shares in the company. 3,299,435 shares were traded during trading, an increase of 2,369% from the previous session's volume of 133,622 shares.The stock last traded at $0.86 and had previously closed at $0.78.

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  3. On Demand Technology of Cloud GIS Market Future Growth and Analysis...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    The cloud computing technology has revolutionized the way one works. Although GIS has been a late adopter of the cloud technology, the many advantages are compelling organizations to shift their geospatial functions to the cloud.

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  4. A learning experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Otago Daily Times

    Shanghai is a city of bright lights, tall towers and busy streets. But despite the rapid rise of one the world's largest cities, those in charge say they still have something to learn from Dunedin.

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  5. EBay Stock Tumbles 8.9% to Hit Lowest Level in Nearly 2 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheStreet.com

    Shares of online auction leader eBay tumbled 8.9% Friday to close at $28.75, their lowest level since December 2016. The San Jose, Calif.-based company took a hit after PayPal CEO Dan Schulman outlined a study indicating the harm that eBay's decision to drift away from its trusty payment partner will bring.

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  6. Foam Labels Market to Witness Robust Expansion Throughout the Forecast 2018-2028Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SBWire

    In recent years, the packaging industry is vastly transformed with the introduction of latest technological advancements in last decade. Packaging companies are investing vast amounts of resources on research and development activities to innovate its existing product lines continuously.

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  7. Should We Regulate the Digital Economy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Scoop

    In 1989 , with the birth of the World Wide Web, the internet began its growth into a global communication network where businesses can find new markets. More and more, consumers and entrepreneurs all over the Asia-Pacific are doing business online.

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  8. Dechert Practice Leader Departs as Husband and UK Politico Takes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | American Lawyer

    Dechert international trade co-chairwoman Miriam Gonzalez will be leaving the firm as part of her family's move to the United States, where husband Nick Clegg, the former leader of the United Kingdom's Liberal Democrats party, is taking a top role with Facebook. London-based Gonzalez joined Dechert from DLA Piper in 2011 and took the helm of the firm's EU trade and EU government affairs practice.

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  9. Why Amazon reportedly wants to open 3,000 automated storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Connecticut Post

    Dennis Green: If you're the operator of a local convenience store or corner shop or bodega and an Amazon Go opens up just around the corner, you might wanna look over your shoulder. Amazon first announced its Amazon Go project in 2016.

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  10. Google will reportedly charge European phone makers as much as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Connecticut Post

    Google will ask for $40 per device in "licensing fees" from Android manufacturers that want their phones to include Google's app bundle, the Verge reports. The fee will differ by country and device, and will cover Google's Play Store, as well as Gmail, YouTube, and Google Maps.

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  11. Understanding Bankruptcy 10/18/18Read the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | Philadelphia Public Record

    How to miss out on discharging credit-card debt. Somewhere in our recent past, the holiday season became the shopping season.

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  12. The Future of the DesktopRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Minding the Planet

    But lately I have been thinking more about the future of the desktop. In particular, here are some questions I am thinking about and some answers I've come up so far.

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  13. Interest Networks are at a Tipping PointRead the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | Minding the Planet

    I've been writing about a new trend that I call "interest networking" for a while now . But I wanted to take the opportunity before the public launch of Twine on Tuesday to reflect on the state of this new category of applications, which I think is quickly reaching its tipping point.

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  14. Quantum Computers Will Break the Encryption that Protects the InternetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Slashdot

    ... or amateur mathematicians could have a stroke of inspiration tomorrow and publish a formula that unravels internet cryptography -- and most internet commerce with it. In fact, something like this has already happened. In 1994 Peter Shor, a ...

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  15. Fourteen Kinds of Content Your Readers Will Want to ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Publishers' Weekly

    For many indie authors, book marketing has become synonymous with social media activity. The effectiveness of marketing a book depends on likes, comments, retweets, and pins - all methods of interacting with content in the online social world.

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  16. The Most Popular Horror Film In MinnesotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud

    Halloween is perhaps my favorite time of year. The weather is just right and it reminds me of the magic of being a kid and dressing up But aside from stuffing my face with candy and dressing up in Jedi garb, my favorite part of Halloween is all the great films that are associated with it.

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  17. Buggy software in popular connected storage drives can let hackers read private dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | TechCrunch

    Security researchers have found flaws in four popular connected storage drives that they say could let hackers access a user's private and sensitive data. The researchers Paulos Yibelo and Daniel Eshetu said the software running on three of the devices they tested - NetGear Stora, Seagate Home and Medion LifeCloud - can allow an attacker to remotely read, change and delete data without requiring a password.

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  18. Oct. 19Read the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | Philadelphia Public Record

    S.W. Phila. Dist. Services hosts Candidates Night at Kingsessing Rec Ctr., 50th St. & Kingsessing Ave., 6-7:15 p.m., free dinner 7:20 p.m. For info: Mike Ross 250-9055.

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  19. The Next Generation of Web Search -- Search 3.0Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Minding the Planet

    The next generation of Web search is coming sooner than expected. And with it we will see several shifts in the way people search, and the way major search engines provide search functionality to consumers.

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  20. E-commerce and online presence make SMBs more confident about growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | IT Business

    Small and medium businesses in Canada are more optimistic than last year, and companies with an online presence are most confident about continued growth according to eBay Canada's annual SMB Optimism Index report. Even though 2018 brought some new challenges and uncertainty around NAFTA renegotiations and policy changes in the U.S., SMBs according to eBay, are increasingly optimistic, up by one point on the index from last year, hitting 76 points, which has been a consistent trend in the report over the past three years.

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