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December 22, 2014, 5:25 PM

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Max Fisher / Vox:
North Korea's internet appears to be under mass cyber attack  —  Internet connectivity between North Korea and the outside world, though never robust to begin with, is currently suffering one of its worst outages in recent memory, suggesting that the country may be enduring a mass cyber attack …
Emil Protalinski / VentureBeat:
Google completes first fully-functional prototype self-driving car of the design it unveiled in May  —  Google announces its self-driving car is now fully functional  —  Google today announced it has completed the first build of its self-driving vehicle prototype.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Google Adds Song Lyrics To Top Of Search Results, Points Searchers To Google Play  —  Google is now displaying music lyrics at the top of its search results pages when you search for “song name” plus “lyrics” on Google - a move that may reduce the number of visits to music lyrics sites …
Larry Dignan / ZDNet:
Oracle buys Datalogix, beefs up digital marketing cloud  —  Summary:Oracle's acquisition of Datalogix complements the purchase of BlueKai and rounds out its data cloud.  —  Oracle on Monday said it acquired Datalogix, which provides digital marketing data as a service.
Jay Yarow / Business Insider:
Twitter closes up 3.6% after analyst on CNBC's Halftime Report says “there's a good chance” Dick Costolo will be out as CEO within a year  —  ANALYST: 'There's A Good Chance' Dick Costolo Is No Longer At Twitter In A Year  —  Twitter CEO Dick Costolo's seat is warming up.
Steven Sinofsky / Re/code:
Steven Sinofsky predicts tablet resurgence, big enterprise challenges in 2015; sees 4K, beacons, payments, and more as technologies to watch  —  Forecast: Workplace Trends, Choices and Technologies for 2015  —  What's in store for 2015 when it comes to technology advances in the workplace?
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Abhimanyu Ghoshal / The Next Web:
Tempo smart calendar app for iOS updated with new widget, notifications, 9 languages, launches in 26 new countries in Asia  —  Tempo for iOS updated with new widget, notifications and languages  —  Smart calendar app Tempo got a major update today that takes full advantage of the new functionality available in iOS8.
Reuters:
South Korean nuclear plant hacked, government says no risk to reactors, but experts concerned  —  South Korea nuclear plant operator says hacked, raising alarm  —  (Reuters) - Computer systems at South Korea's nuclear plant operator have been hacked, the company said on Monday …

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