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blogs.wsj.com - 9 readers, 181 Tweets - Soccer fans today seek their fix of blistering goals and near misses not just on TV, but on social media services and their favorite sports sites, too. Now, World Cup rights-holders are trying to stop digital competitors helping themselves to highlights from this summer's tournament without permission.
arstechnica.com - 9 readers, 1 Tweets - It still requires a phone, but there's no better way to deal with notifications.
m.us.wsj.com - 4 readers - A Facebook study on users' emotions sparked soul-searching among researchers and calls for better ethical guidelines in the online world.
geekwire.com - 5 readers, 1 Tweets - Jeff Bezos announces the Fire Phone Amazon's first smartphone isn't setting the world on fire, judging from the company's own rankings. Less than two weeks
engadget.com - 4 readers - Apple and Google are preparing to duke it out in the automotive arena, and the former just nabbed a few more partners to add to its arsenal of allied car
gigaom.com - 5 readers - The .io domain is a hit, but few startups using it appreciate the associations it carries — a mass expulsion that took place within living memory, and a crucial staging-post for the “War on Terror”.
engadget.com - 7 readers - Brick-and-mortar book stores have clearly been on the decline for a while -- just look at Barnes & Noble's rocky finances. However, there's now some
techcrunch.com - 6 readers, 1 Tweets - There are now well over a million mobile applications in both Google Play and the iTunes App Store alike, and growth of those app marketplaces shows no sign..
reuters.com - 4 readers - SAO PAULO (Reuters) - With 1 billion posts, likes and comments in just the first half of the World Cup, the soccer tournament is already the most talked-about event in Facebook Inc's decade-long history,