Scammers are using fake Facebook 'dislike' buttons to trick users First Samsung Gear S2 batch snatched in two hours in South KoreaMicrosoft teams up with Baidu to push Windows 10 in ChinaMicrosoft expands its China operations with seven new dealsThe iPhone 6S is as powerful as Apple's new MacBook#India media group says journalists’ salaries will be linked to their #Twitter activityFacebook launches 360-degree videosHackers stole 5.6 million fingerprints — not 1.1 million — in data breach, says government: Google adds block and unsubscribe features to Gmail for AndroidSamsung Galaxy S5 mini gets Android 5.1.1 Lollipop in the USADutch team launches free 'Airbnb' site for refugeesInstagram overtakes Twitter with 400m usersFacebook privacy campaign advances after EU court opinionMicrosoft rolls out Office 2016Facebook’s restrictions on user data cast a long shadowGoogle Wallet for iOS update makes it easier to send and request moneyApple is pushing forward with electric car looking at a 2019 “ship date”Facebook compared to NSA, accused of spying on BelgiansThe new Apple TV works with your wireless headphonesHackers hit Apple's App Store in China, putting hundreds of millions of devices at riskApple cleaning up iOS App Store after first major attackFormer Google head says his startup will become the next $1.5 billion 'unicorn'#Skype app is down for everyoneCompanies who import public tweets into Lithium and then respond, are filed away Support Conversations are also leaked from Moneygram, Telstra , Microsoft and CanonGoogle PH launches Street ViewCupertino might by a step closer to finally launching Apple Pay in ChinaDurov to outline Telegram’s next moves at TechCrunch disrupt SFTwitter divided on iOS 9: lag, fonts, UI and more Apple releases iOS 9 with 'Pyongyang Time'

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24 September 2015
Scammers are using fake Facebook 'dislike' buttons to trick users
The iPhone 6S is as powerful as Apple's new MacBook
Hackers stole 5.6 million fingerprints — not 1.1 million — in data breach, says government:
Facebook’s restrictions on user data cast a long shadow
Former Google head says his startup will become the next $1.5 billion 'unicorn'
#Skype app is down for everyone
Companies who import public tweets into Lithium and then respond, are filed away