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Google wants to inject cyborg lenses into your eyeballs

Google wants to inject cyborg lenses into your eyeballs
money.cnn.com — The company has been developing smart glasses and even smart contact lenses for years. But Google's newest patented technology would go even further -- and deeper. ( Note: the squeamish should skip to the next paragraph.) In its patent application, which the U.S.

Apple has killed one of Steve Jobs' favorite projects from 1996

Apple has killed one of Steve Jobs' favorite projects from 1996
money.cnn.com — Apple has killed off support for WebObjects, a now outdated program that once helped companies dynamically and instantly build new websites using information that customers entered online. WebObjects was revolutionary in 1996. In the Web's infancy, WebObjects was among the first tools that allowed websites to constantly update their sites with new data.

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss
wdsu.com — Marissa Mayer and activist hedge fund manager Jeff Smith have been locked in a bitter struggle for control of Yahoo. Now Smith is Mayer's boss. Smith, who manages hedge fund Starboard Value, has joined Yahoo's board along with three other directors chosen by Smith.

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss
wyff4.com — Marissa Mayer and activist hedge fund manager Jeff Smith have been locked in a bitter struggle for control of Yahoo. Now Smith is Mayer's boss. Smith, who manages hedge fund Starboard Value, has joined Yahoo's board along with three other directors chosen by Smith.

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss

Marissa Mayer's arch-nemesis is now her boss
money.cnn.com — Smith, who manages hedge fund Starboard Value, has joined Yahoo's board along with three other directors chosen by Smith. As part of the deal, Starboard has dropped its proposal to replace Yahoo's entire slate of directors with new board members of the hedge fund's choosing.

Who gets Prince's millions?

Who gets Prince's millions?
money.cnn.com — Prince was a meticulous planner, a thoughtful businessman and well-versed in legal matters (music-related ones, anyway), but it's still unclear if he had a will. Spokesmen for the star declined to comment on plans for his estate.

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says
wptz.com — World leaders paranoid about journalism are cracking down on press freedom, continuing a recent trend in which governments are increasing their influence over the media. "There has been a deep and disturbing decline in respect for media freedom throughout the world," free press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders said in a report released Tuesday.

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says
wdsu.com — World leaders paranoid about journalism are cracking down on press freedom, continuing a recent trend in which governments are increasing their influence over the media. "There has been a deep and disturbing decline in respect for media freedom throughout the world," free press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders said in a report released Tuesday.

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says
wyff4.com — World leaders paranoid about journalism are cracking down on press freedom, continuing a recent trend in which governments are increasing their influence over the media. "There has been a deep and disturbing decline in respect for media freedom throughout the world," free press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders said in a report released Tuesday.

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says

The world is becoming 'paranoid' about the media, watchdog says
money.cnn.com — "There has been a deep and disturbing decline in respect for media freedom throughout the world," free press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders said in a report released Tuesday. The group's World Press Freedom Index ranked Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea as the least free countries for journalists.
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