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YouTube chief ‘optimistic’ site will launch music service ‘soon’ – CNET

CNET YouTube chief 'optimistic' site will launch music service 'soon'CNETSusan Wojcicki dodges a question about YouTube's expected music subscription product, saying at the Recode mobile conference that her company is "working on it." by Shara Tibken. , Richard Nieva. , and Joan E. Solsman. October 27, 2014 9:02 PM PDT.YouTube CEO says streaming music service... 

UPDATE 3-Lava flow from Hawaii volcano just 70 yards from nearest residence – Reuters

MiamiHerald.com UPDATE 3-Lava flow from Hawaii volcano just 70 yards from nearest residenceReuters(Adds latest figures on lava speed, resident reactions). By Karin Stanton. KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii Oct 27 (Reuters) – Lava flow from the Kilauea volcano that has been creeping toward inhabited areas of Hawaii's Big Island for months is now just 70 yards …Burning Questions: What's... 

Alibaba’s Jack Ma wants to link Alipay with Apple Pay – Fortune

Wired Alibaba's Jack Ma wants to link Alipay with Apple PayFortuneJack Ma, the founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, said Monday that he hoped his payments company, Alipay, could integrate with Apple's new mobile payment system, Apple Pay. “I'm very interested in that,” Ma said during an onstage interview at a …Apple's Cook says Apple Pay already huge hitUSA... 

Wildlife Service makes last-ditch effort to save remaining African lions – National Monitor

National Monitor Wildlife Service makes last-ditch effort to save remaining African lionsNational MonitorThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to protect the declining African lion population under the Endangered Species Act. A statement released Monday by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to list the African lion as threatened under the …US weighs listing African lion... 

Va plans to remove guardrails blamed for injuries, deaths – 13newsnow.com

13newsnow.com Va plans to remove guardrails blamed for injuries, deaths13newsnow.comVirginia is the first state to announce it plans to physically remove from its highways a controversial guardrail system blamed by accident victims for injuries and deaths across the country. Loading… Post to Facebook. Va plans to remove guardrails blamed for … and more »  Read More →
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