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July 7, 2014, 4:10 PM

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Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Oculus Debuts Oculus Connect Developer Conference, Acquires RakNet And Open Sources Its Tech  —  Oculus made a couple of announcements today, including the acquisition of middleware game-network technology provider RakNet, which powers cross-platform voice chat, SQL logging …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
MIT And Dropbox Alums Launch Inbox, A Next-Generation Email Platform  —  Founded by Dropbox and MIT alums, a new startup called Inbox is launching out of stealth today, hoping to power the next generation of email applications.  Similar to the newly launched Gmail API, Inbox offers a more modern …
More: VentureBeatTweets: @ccgus
Jason Del Rey / Re/code:
Google sets aside as much as $500M to expand Shopping Express nationwide, fend off Amazon  —  Inside Google's Big Plan to Race Amazon to Your Door  —  Google is the undisputed king of search in all but one lucrative and vital category: Product searches.  —  Over the past decade …
Kevin Poulsen / Wired:
How malicious community edits on Google Maps can destroy a business  —  How Google Map Hackers Can Destroy a Business at Will  —  Rene Bertagna blames Google for the death of his restaurant, Serbian Crown.  Courtesy Rene Bertagna  —  Washington DC-area residents with a hankering …
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Gartner: Device Shipments Break 2.4B Units In 2014, Tablets To Overtake PC Sales In 2015  —  The gradual decline of the PC industry, spurred on by the rapid rise of mobile computing, continues apace.  Today the analysts at Gartner have published their latest forecasts for global PC, tablet …
Jon Fingas / Engadget:
LG's G3 and G Watch are coming to AT&T on July 11th  —  Sprint and T-Mobile may have been the first big US carriers to announce launch plans for LG's G3 smartphone, but they won't be the first to actually carry it.  AT&T has revealed that both the G3 and the Android Wear-based G Watch …
Parmy Olson / Forbes:
Waze trades aggregate anonymous user data to local governments for sensor and camera data; Moovit and Strava make similar deals  —  Why Google's Waze Is Helping Local Governments Track Users  —  In Rio de Janeiro most eyes are on the final, nail-biting matches of the World Cup.
Thanks:@parmy
Eric Johnson / Re/code:
How Twitch's Founders Turned an Aimless Reality Show Into a Video Juggernaut  —  Broadcasting yourself playing videogames online may not sound like a billion dollar business.  But that's just a matter of who you ask.  —  Twitch, the three-year-old video site is raising eyebrows across …
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