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May 3, 2015, 1:15 PM

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Kara Swisher / Re/code:
David Goldberg, CEO of SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, dies suddenly  —  Beloved Silicon Valley Entrepreneur David Goldberg Dies Suddenly  —  David Goldberg, one of Silicon Valley's most high-profile entrepreneurs, died suddenly last night of undetermined causes.
Adam Lashinsky / Fortune:
Remembering Dave Goldberg  —  Here are some of the descriptions you'll be hearing in coming days about Dave Goldberg, who died suddenly Friday at 47: friend, dad, husband, brother, Midwesterner, entrepreneur, poker player, mensch, investor, mentor.  —  It is with no hyperbole to say Goldberg …
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Ian King / Bloomberg Business:
As Samsung grabs contracts from Apple, other chipmakers reliant on Apple will take big blow  —  Apple and Samsung Are Friendly Again, and the Competition Should Be Terrified  —  As the relationship thaws, winter may be coming for SanDisk, TSMC, and other chipmakers
Christina Warren / Mashable:
How Periscope users experienced the readily-available pirated streams of the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight last night  —  I watched the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight on Periscope and saw the future  —  Like millions of others across the world, I watched the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight in a living room surrounded by other boxing fans.
Justin Lafferty / SocialTimes:
Facebook Tests Feature Letting Users Pick Pages, Friends They'd Want To See Atop News Feed  —  Facebook is testing a feature on mobile that allows users to select friends and pages whose posts they'd want to see atop News Feed.  —  For some mobile users, a box with an animated puppy shows up …
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Eight cloud photo storage services compared as they roughly achieve feature parity: Amazon, iCloud, OneDrive, Google+, Picturelife, Dropbox, SmugMug, Flickr  —  The best way to manage your photos online in 2015  —  In August 2013, we reviewed the best services for storing your photos in the cloud.
Jad Mouawad / New York Times:
Software bug could make Boeing 787s lose all electrical power if planes' power control unit left on for 248 days  —  F.A.A. Orders Fix for Possible Power Loss in Boeing 787  —  Federal regulators will order operators of Boeing 787 Dreamliners to shut down the plane's electrical power periodically …

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