Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Falls in Hong Kong Trading Debut

  1. Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Falls in Hong Kong Trading Debut  Wall Street Journal
  2. Xiaomi IPO flops; China markets rebound; Brexit chaos  CNNMoney
  3. Xiaomi’s Ill-Timed Debut Sows Doubt About Its Internet Ambitions  Bloomberg
  4. Xiaomi sputters on Hong Kong trading debut as first company to use new listing rules  South China Morning Post
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Smartphone Maker HTC Saw a Sharp Decline in Sales Last Month

  1. Smartphone Maker HTC Saw a Sharp Decline in Sales Last Month  Fortune
  2. HTC’s June sales highlight the need for its recent layoffs  Engadget
  3. HTC’s Sales Dropped By 68% In The Month Of June  Ubergizmo
  4. ProBeat: HTC should kill its phones and focus on VR  VentureBeat
  5. I Really Hope HTC Doesn’t Go Out Like This  Gizmodo
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Maker of popular quiz apps on Facebook exposed personal data of 120 million users

  1. Maker of popular quiz apps on Facebook exposed personal data of 120 million users  The Verge
  2. Popular Facebook quiz app exposed data on more than 120 million users  CNET
  3. Facebook quiz app maker exposed data on over 120 million users  Engadget
  4. Quiz App Left 120 Million Facebook Users’ Data Exposed as Recently as Last Month  Gizmodo
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Windows 10's big Insider build showcases Skype, a font maker and Task Manager tweaks

  1. Windows 10’s big Insider build showcases Skype, a font maker and Task Manager tweaks  PCWorld
  2. Microsoft pulls Windows Sets “tabbed windows” feature from next release  Ars Technica
  3. Microsoft adds new security, privacy, Edge features to latest Windows 10 test build  ZDNet
  4. June 26, 2018—KB4284848 (OS Build 17134.137) – Microsoft Support  Microsoft Support
  5. Windows 10’s clever app tabs won’t ship with the next update  The Verge
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Device maker Stryker has made a takeover approach to Boston Scientific: WSJ

Device maker Stryker has made a takeover approach to Boston Scientific:  WSJ(Reuters) – Device maker Stryker Corp has made a takeover approach to Boston Scientific Corp, the Wall Street Journal reported. It is unclear whether Boston Scientific is receptive to the approach from Stryker, the paper reported. Shares of Boston Scientific, which had market value of $44 billion as of Friday’s close, surged 9 percent at $34.85, while Stryker shares were down 3 percent at $173.50.


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Chinese phone maker Huawei says it never collected Facebook user data

  1. Chinese phone maker Huawei says it never collected Facebook user data  The Mercury News
  2. The Latest: Facebook to end partnership with China’s Huawei  Washington Post
  3. Facebook Winding Down Data-Sharing Partnership With Huawei  Ubergizmo
  4. Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends  New York Times
  5. Facebook’s tie-up with Chinese smartphone giant Huawei makes a bad situation worse  Los Angeles Times
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Facebook Now Admits It Also Shared Your Data with Chinese Phone Maker Huawei

  1. Facebook Now Admits It Also Shared Your Data with Chinese Phone Maker Huawei  Fortune
  2. Facebook’s new data shocker involves accused national security threat Huawei  Mashable
  3. A Facebook Partnership with China’s Huawei Sparks Spying Fears  PCMag
  4. Facebook granted devices from Huawei, a Chinese telecom firm, special access to social data  Washington Post
  5. Facebook gave Chinese smartphone maker Huawei access to user data  NBCNews.com
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Maker of sleeping pill Ambien responds after Roseanne blames drug for tweet: 'Racism is not a known side effect’

Maker of sleeping pill Ambien responds after Roseanne blames drug for tweet: 'Racism is not a known side effect’The maker of Ambien blasted back at Roseanne Barr after the she faulted the sleeping pill for a racist tweet that led to her television show’s cancellation. “People of all races, religions and nationalities work at Sanofi every day to improve the lives of people around the world”, Ambien manufacturer Sanofi US said on Twitter. As of early afternoon on the East Coast, some 90,000 people had liked or shared the tweet.


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