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June 5, 2015, 1:05 PM

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Jonathan Watson / Skype Blogs:
Skype for Web (Beta) is now available to everyone in the US and UK  —  Hot on the heels of our recent post announcing improvements to Skype for Outlook , today we're pleased to share more good news for people that use Skype on their browser - Skype for Web (Beta) is now available for all new and existing users in the US and UK.
Bloomberg Business:
Days before Apple plans to reveal its music streaming service, Apple is still negotiating with record labels, who are pushing for close to 60% of proceeds  —  Apple's Pushing to Complete Streaming Music Deal Before Event  —  Just days before Apple Inc. plans to reveal a music streaming service …
Nandita Bose / Reuters:
Survey: Fewer than 25% of top 100 US retailers accept Apple Pay, 66% won't accept it this year  —  Exclusive: In ‘year of Apple Pay’, many top retailers remain skeptical  —  In a January earnings call with investors, Apple Inc (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Tim Cook made a confident prediction …
Politico:
Google's European chief admits company mishandled its messaging in Europe, says Google remains open to settlement in anti-trust case  —  Google's European mea culpa  —  Google's European chief executive acknowledges that the company has mishandled its messaging in Europe and is offering an olive branch to the European Commission.
Wall Street Journal:
US suspects Chinese hackers have stolen records of about 4M current and former government employees, FBI probe underway  —  U.S. Suspects Hackers in China Breached About 4 Million People's Records, Officials Say  —  Described as one of the largest thefts of government data ever seen
Jackie Dove / The Next Web:
Apple now dominates consumer digital video viewing, says new Adobe report  —  In the run-up to Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, Adobe Digital Index, the company's marketing arm, has concluded that Apple is currently the dominant player in consumer digital video consumption, and that the trend is likely to continue.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Tumblr Debuts Its Own GIF Search Engine  —  Tumblr this morning is rolling out a new feature designed to take advantage of the extensive collection of GIFs hosted on its service: a GIF search engine.  The news follows that of Facebook's decision to officially support the animated file format on users' Timelines, announced last week.

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