19% of US adults share opinions about current events online, compared to 36% in India. Apple confirms 9 September press event to launch iPhone 6SEvernote shutting down its Food apps for iOS and AndroidGoogle has rebuffed the EU’s antitrust charges, signaling a drawn-out legal battleNew reports of 12MP iPhone 6s with 4K video recording arriveFacebook's website has photo filters and stickers now1 billion people used Facebook on a single dayInstagram says goodbye to square-only photos Apple closes in on Fitbit as world's biggest wearables company Samsung begins Samsung Pay closed beta testing in the US'Smart' solar palm trees power Wi-Fi, phones in DubaiFacebook tests M, a personal digital assistant for Messenger Google rolls out internet bikes to teach women in rural India about the webUber’s carpool service now lets Chinese users split faresLG made a full-size keyboard for mobiles that folds into a stick to fit in your bag Angry Birds studio Rovio has announced plans to lay off more than 30 percent of its staff Amazon prime follows netflix into JapanMicrosoft is working on two new Surface tabletsAmazon now delivers booze on demand in Seattle Richard Vijgen created an app 'Architecture of Radiolets' that search WiFi signals pulsing around you WhatsApp for Android gets updated, adds new emoji and featuresApple is offering free replacements for iPhone 6 Plus cameras that take blurry photosGoogle’s modular Project Ara shares its “new” logoTwitter blocks website saving politicians’ deleted postsUber tests bus-style discounted “Smart Routes”Toronto police say 2 suicides reported in connection with release of Ashley Madison user data Facebook, Twitter unblocked for Beijing 2015 World Championships in Athletics - but only at sporting venues 92% of Turkey’s online population uses social media--highest in the worldTechnology Valley: 1 Apple 2 Google 3 Salesforce 4 Facebook 5 Oracle 6 Cisco 7 Intel 8 Uber 9 Airbnb Ashley Madison hackers break silence to say they are ready to target other sites

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28 August 2015
19% of US adults share opinions about current events online, compared to 36% in India.
Google has rebuffed the EU’s antitrust charges, signaling a drawn-out legal battle
Instagram says goodbye to square-only photos
Google rolls out internet bikes to teach women in rural India about the web
Uber’s carpool service now lets Chinese users split fares
Angry Birds studio Rovio has announced plans to lay off more than 30 percent of its staff
Microsoft is working on two new Surface tablets
Amazon now delivers booze on demand in Seattle
Richard Vijgen created an app 'Architecture of Radiolets' that search WiFi signals pulsing around you
Technology Valley: 1 Apple 2 Google 3 Salesforce 4 Facebook 5 Oracle 6 Cisco 7 Intel 8 Uber 9 Airbnb
Ashley Madison hackers break silence to say they are ready to target other sites