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June 2, 2014, 10:15 AM

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Wall Street Journal:
Google plans to spend over $1B to deploy low altitude satellites for internet access in remote areas  —  Google Invests in Satellites to Spread Internet Access  —  Company Projects Spending More Than $1 Billion to Connect Unwired Reaches of the Globe  —  Google Inc. plans to spend …
Samsung Tomorrow:
Samsung Launches Industry's First Tizen Smartphone - the Samsung Z  —  Samsung Z offers a unique user experience with advanced web performance and usability  —  Samsung Electronics today introduced the Samsung Z, the first commercially available smartphone powered by the Tizen platform.
Carmel DeAmicis / PandoDaily:
SV Angel invested in TapTalk after finding it on Product Hunt, a daily product leaderboard  —  Well, that's a first.  SV Angel closes seed deal sourced through Product Hunt  —  Product Hunt is fast-becoming a HackerNews for product geeks.  And now, in what we're pretty sure is a first …
Camille François / Wired:
Self-Driving Cars Will Turn Surveillance Woes Into a Mainstream Worry  —  In the aftermath of the NSA spying revelations, our society is struggling to equip itself with the laws and public understanding necessary to deal with the spread of technology into every corner of our lives.
More: The Verge
Jo Best / TechRepublic:
The gadget with a conscience: How Fairphone crowdfunded its way to an industry-changing smartphone  —  Right now, you're nowhere.  Tomorrow, your aim is to persuade consumers that they shouldn't buy an iPhone, or a Samsung Galaxy, or any number of well-known smartphones.  How can you do it?
More: FairphoneTweets: @fairphoneThanks:@forthebest
Tomio Geron / Exitround:
Report on tech M&A: raising more capital does not necessarily result in a larger exit price  —  The Exit Curve: Exitround's Report On Tech M&A  —  Raising as much capital as possible is often seen as a badge of honor in Silicon Valley.  And there are many great reasons for startups to raise as much capital as possible.
Thanks:@jacob
Mat Honan / Wired:
Making Glass cool: Google can learn from Beats by making endorsement deals with athletes  —  Why Only Beats Can Teach Google Glass How to Be Cool  —  When Apple dropped $3 billion on Beats this week, it was pretty clear Cupertino was more interested in the software and people than the hardware.

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Microsoft:
Microsoft and TracFone working together to bring mobile health solution to market  —  Windows Phone and TracFone services will connect data, devices and people to drive better patient engagement and health outcomes in a HIPAA-enabled environment.
Intel:
Disrupting the Data Center to Create the Digital Services Economy  —  I had the pleasure of joining Tom Krazit on stage at the Gigaom Structure'14 conference to share Intel's vision of the data center in support of the growth of the digital services economy.
VMware:
Top Five Reasons Why Your Organization Should Consider Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery  —  Few organizations can afford the downtime caused by a disaster.  Those capable of weathering such events usually have the datacenters …
Zoho:
Finding (e)Harmony between Candidates and Companies  —  For 14 years, eHarmony founder and CEO Neil Clark Warren has stood against a white backdrop on our television screens to discuss compatibility.
Syncano:
iOS Developers: How to Get Instant Notifications on your App  —  Within minutes, you can create dynamic iOS apps on Syncano that instantly reflect changes in data by “subscribing” to changes on Syncano's Sync Server.
 

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