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CEA: 4K, fitness tech, smart home devices to boost CE to $285B

Emerging consumer technology trends including health and fitness trackers, 4K Ultra HD TVs and Internet-connected home devices are the "breakout stars driving the industry onward and upward," said CEA CEO Gary Shapiro. CEA reports that consumer electronics factory sales will grow 2.4% to $285 billion this year. TWICE (7/16)

Google is bringing free Fiber to 275,000 low-income homes
Google plans to connect 275,000 low-income homes to the Internet via Google Fiber for free. Google's Fiber initiative is part of a larger project launched this week by the federal government to give Internet access to more kids and families who live in public or assisted housing. InformationWeek (7/16)



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Turing's tough smartphone guards data with encryption
Turing Robotic Industries is gearing up for a July 31 launch of its super-durable, waterproof smartphone made from a material the company says is tougher than steel. Data stored on the phone's native applications are protected with end-to-end encryption and the device is accessed through a fingerprint scanner. NewsFactor Network (7/16)

Startup to challenge Verizon with carrier targeting data
Startup Cinarra Systems is planning to get into ad targeting with $20 million in new funding it will use to offer marketers consumer targeting data from non-Verizon mobile carriers. The move pits Cinarra against Verizon, which recently acquired AOL, pairing Verizon's consumer data with AOL's ad delivery. VentureBeat (7/16)

"Is he alone who has courage on his right hand and faith on his left hand?"
-- Charles Lindbergh,
aviator

Netflix adds 3.28M subscribers, but profits fall amid growing costs
Netflix in the second quarter boosted its global streaming subscribers by about 5% to 65.6 million. The service tallied bigger growth outside the U.S., adding 2.37 million for a total of 23.3 million. In the U.S., it added about 900,000 subs to reach 42.3 million. Profit plummeted by 63% to $26.3 million, due to higher costs for acquiring programming and producing original content. Bloomberg (7/15), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/15)



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Android may face challenge from ex-Mozilla exec
The former head of Mozilla has raised $100 million for his Hong Kong-based startup, which is developing an operating system that aims to compete with Android. Li Gong's Acadine Technologies reportedly will roll out the software next year. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/15)

Early smartwatch entrant sees bright future for wearables

One million Pebble smartwatches have been sold over the past three years, and among their popular features are notifications, a vibrating alarm clock and customized faces that help users personalize their watches. CEO Eric Migicovsky sees wearables becoming more useful in the future. "When I look five years ahead, I see computers getting smaller and smaller, and I see them really worn on our bodies," he notes. The Guardian (London) (7/16)

Chip-makers to see weak sales growth, Gartner says
Weak demand for PCs and smartphones is hurting chip sales, Gartner says. Sales are projected to increase 2.2% this year, 1.3% next year and between 4% and 5% the following two years, Gartner says. EE Times (7/15)

Google offers details on upcoming mobile buy button
Consumers will soon be able to buy products in Google mobile-search ads with the click of a single button feature called "Purchases on Google," sending payment credentials from their Google accounts to select merchants. Product ratings and in-store availability will also display alongside the ad, features that are expected on Android later this month and iOS shortly after. Reuters (7/15), MediaPost Communications/Search Marketing Daily (7/15)

Best Buy accidentally sells $200 gift cards for $15, cancels orders

An error on Best Buy's website Tuesday enabled some customers to snatch $200 gift cards for $15, the company confirmed. Best Buy has fixed the error and will cancel gift card purchases made at the discounted price. Bloomberg (7/15)

"What we observe is not nature herself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning."
-- Werner Heisenberg,
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Movie watchers to get 360-degree view with first VR thriller

Samsung and Skybound Entertainment are working toward the first movie made for a virtual-reality headset. "Gone," a thriller, will put viewers in the middle of a 360-degree scene projected in a Samsung Gear VR device, bringing a "whole new experience" to movie watchers, said Skybound's David Alpert. VentureBeat (7/14)

Local TV is making strides with live streaming offerings
Local TV stations are making strides in providing digital streams of their newscasts to smartphones and tablets. Starting this fall, 112 local outlets representing five major station groups will offer live streams through the NewsOn application, while the owners of more than 300 network affiliates are negotiating streaming agreements with Verizon Digital Media Services. "The challenge for local news programs will be to satisfy demand for mobile video without undermining audience numbers for traditional broadcasts," Lisa Richwine writes. Reuters (7/14)

TiVo makes content streams available via Apple TV
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Microsoft is committed to mobile future, CEO says
Microsoft may have written down the value of its mobile phone business, but it remains committed to Windows Phone, CEO Satya Nadella says. The key to the company's mobile future is Windows 10, Microsoft's next operating system, he says. PCWorld (7/14), CNET (7/14), ZDNet (7/14)

Google debuts open-source beacon technology
Google's answer to Apple's iBeacons is Eddystone, an open-source technology that triggers actions on nearby Bluetooth-enabled iOS and Android devices. Manufacturers can implement the technology with a simple firmware update, and its open-source feature creates potential for growth in the beacon market, writes Chris Mills. TechHive (7/14), Engadget (7/14), Gizmodo (7/14)

Chip-equipment market to rise by 7% this year, SEMI predicts
The chip-equipment market is likely to increase by 7% this year and rise by 4% in 2016, Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International predicts. Expected growth drivers include investments in memory and foundry facilities, SEMI said. Test equipment is likely to contract 3% this year, and packaging equipment will decline 9%, SEMI predicts. DigiTimes (7/15), Chemical Week (subscription required) (7/14)

Back-to-school period could provide a retail boost
Around two-thirds of parents plan to spend more on back-to-school shopping this year than they did last year, according to an International Council of Shopping Centers poll. That's the highest percentage since the data was first tracked in 2012. Bloomberg (7/14)

"Too much rest is rust."
-- Walter Scott,
novelist, playwright and poet

Google IoT consortium adds Qualcomm
Qualcomm has announced that it has joined a Google-led consortium working to standardize specifications for the Internet of Things. The group released its latest set of specifications today. Re/code (7/14), CIO.com/IDG News Service (7/14)

Turing to release phone with liquid metal shell
Turing Robotic Industries will begin accepting preorders this month for a smartphone encased in liquidmorphium, which is stronger than titanium and steel. The phone, which runs on the Android operating system, is touted as being waterproof and virtually indestructible. VentureBeat (7/13), Wired.com (7/13)

Chinese group reportedly seeks to buy U.S. chip-maker
China's Tsinghua Unigroup is expected to bid $23 billion for memory-chip-maker Micron Technology, sources say. The deal, which would be the largest Chinese acquisition of a U.S. enterprise, could be blocked by a federal committee, Eva Dou and Don Clark write. Bloomberg (7/14), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

Cloud providers usher in "era of OpenStack interoperability"
Several OpenStack cloud providers announced support for the federated identity feature launched with the release of OpenStack Kilo, ushering in the "era of OpenStack interoperability," writes Alan Clark, board chairman of the OpenStack Foundation. "Federated identity brings us one step closer to the realization of a global network of clouds or global multi-cloud," he notes. ITWorld.com (7/7)

Amazon tops brand-perception list, General Motors rises
Amazon has kept its top spot as the best perceived brand for the first half of this year, according to YouGov BrandIndex. Among the biggest gainers in perception so far this year are General Motors, Target and travel site Trivago. "Most of the brands at the top of the list invest heavily in advertising and marketing," said Ted Marzilli, CEO of YouGov BrandIndex. MediaPost Communications/Marketing Daily (7/13)

"Nature always springs to the surface and manages to show what she is. It is vain to stop or try to drive her back. She breaks through every obstacle, pushes forward, and at last makes herself a way."
-- Nicolas Boileau,
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Bidders vie for Nokia's maps unit
Uber and a group of automakers led by Audi are reportedly among the leading bidders for Nokia Here, a competitor to Google Maps. Nokia is seeking $4 billion for the unit, which generated about $1.1 in revenue last year. Bloomberg (7/10)

Amazon launches toolkit for porting Fire TV apps
Amazon last week unveiled a toolkit to help developers create Android- or Fire-based applications that port content running on mobile devices to the company's Fire TV set-top box. The move is aimed at competing with Apple TV and Google's Chromecast stick. CNET (7/10)

Apple increases share of smartphone-industry profits
Ninety-two percent of the operating income generated by the world's eight largest smartphone manufacturers went to Apple in the first quarter, Canaccord Genuity estimates. Apple collected 65% of industry profits in the first quarter last year. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/12)

Wal-Mart matches Amazon "Prime Day" with 2,000 online rollbacks
Wal-Mart will drop prices on more than 2,000 products in a variety of categories for 90 days in order to compete with Amazon's recently announced "Prime Day." Amazon is touting its July 15 sale as more eventful than Black Friday, with thousands of deals exclusively for Amazon Prime members, but Wal-Mart will offer its rollbacks to all shoppers. USA Today (7/13)

"As my sufferings mounted I soon realized that there were two ways in which I could respond to my situation -- either to react with bitterness or seek to transform the suffering into a creative force. I decided to follow the latter course."
-- Martin Luther King Jr.,
civil rights activist

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103. ab_Searchfilename This program search any filename on your system and copy to C:\ab_search\found

105. ab_openpdf This program automatically open every 10 PDFs, then close and continue till all PDFs (20,000 PDFs) in any directory/folder, or on DVD to check for damaged/error message. If one PDF damaged, program will pop up a window and stop. Program also provide a timing log and option to pause every 10 PDFs.

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