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Khloe Kardashian Dating: ‘KUWTK’ Reveals That She’s Using Online Dating Service To Find Her Next Boyfriend

Khloe Kardashian didn’t find love with James Harden, but that doesn’t mean the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is ready to quit looking. Instead, Khloe Kardashian has decided to take her dating destiny into her own hands. On Monday, she revealed that she and bestie Malika Haqq had filled out dating profiles on OK... Show More Summary

Amazon Japan Launches Free Sommelier Phone Service

Amazon customers in Japan can take advantage of a free sommelier service when seeking to buy wine online.


Phil:  May a public school refuse to provide IEP services to a child whose parent moves out of the district to a neighboring district midyear? The parent is requesting that the child finish out the year in the old district. The district agreed but refused to provide IEP services.

Apple Stores roll out screen protector application service worldwide

After an initial rollout in selected areas, Apple Retail Stores around the world are now offering a new service that applies screen protectors to iPhones. Created in partnership with accessory maker Belkin, the service utilizes the Belkin ScreenCare+ Application System, which is built to precisely apply screen protectors to iPhones. Show More Summary

Section 504: CAN 504 PLAN INCLUDE A TSS?

Patti:  Can a 504 plan include a tss in school through wrsp around services or is an iep required?

Daniel Seth Franey; Army deserter and ISIS supporter arrested

Data Dawg sends us a link from about Daniel Seth Franey who is an Army deserter from 2008, he had about six years of service, and he has expressed his support for ISIS. Franey has been living in western Washington State and he expressed his desire to do a Nidal Hassan-style attack on soldiers […]

News: Russia mulling tax increase on App Store purchases, other Apple services

27 minutes agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

The Russian government is considering a bill that would increase taxes on a dozen categories of digital products and services offered by foreign companies like Apple, including ads, games, movies, marketplace transactions and cloud computing, Bloomberg reports. Show More Summary

Getflix lets you access restricted streaming globally

Most music and video streaming services use geo-restrictions to limit access to their services, which creates headaches for international users who want to access (and pay) for the likes of Hulu Plus, HBO Go or Netflix. A solution has...Show More Summary

Ben Stiller reveals his 'Female Viagra' Super Bowl commercial that for some reason never aired.

35 minutes agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Last night on Fallon, Ben Stiller—there to promote Zoolander 2—brought up the Super Bowl commercial he did for Female Viagra that he claimed unfortunately got "bumped" at the last minute. It was really more of a public service announcement...Show More Summary

Norway Afraid of Russia's Intel Gathering More Than of Any Other State

Head of the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) Benedicte Bjornland claimed Tuesday that Russian intelligence gathering could inflict more harm on Norwegian interests than the activities of any other country.

Uber blacks out app in Paris to protest government, taxi opposition - CNET

48 minutes agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Restrictions on drivers and car-hailing services could leave 10,000 drivers out of a job, Uber says.

Voyager IP Launches Prepaid VSAT and IT Scheme

A new scheme by marine broadband solutions company Voyager IP aims to alter the way customers can keep track of their VSAT and IT support services.   The

SoundCloud Reports $56.5M Loss, Faces "Material Uncertainties"

This is the year that SoundCloud has promised to launch a paid music service and start paying more to the artists that create the music that draw millions of listeners to the service. But first it has to survive growing multi-million dollar losses. _______________________________________ SoundCloud lost $56.5 million in 2014...

Amazon Launches On-Demand Sommelier Service in Japan

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Wine’s slowly becoming popular booze in Japan—it’s even closing in on sake in terms of consumption. So Amazon Japan’s starting a new service to meet the need: On-demand sommeliers who booze hounds can call for wine-buying tips. Read more...

Daily Report: A Net Neutrality Setback for Facebook in India

1 hour agoTechnology : Bits

In the United States, the social media giant has been an advocate of equal treatment of all Internet content. In India, regulators who share that belief have effectively blocked a free Facebook service.

Approval For 525 MW Of Renewable Energy Sought By Georgia Power

As part of its Integrated Resources Plan, Georgia Power is looking to get approval for 525 MW of renewable energy. The Georgia Public Service Commission (GPSC) is the body which will make the decision about the utility’s renewable energy plan. Show More Summary

January layoff notices topped 1,000

Companies warned of more than 1,100 layoffs in Illinois in January, the bulk of them stemming from the state's budget impasse, offshoring and retail store closures. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, a large faith-based nonprofit that serves low-income residents, reported 232 job cuts will take...

Former Tampa Police Department Employee Pleads Guilty to Computer Intrusion

1 hour agoNews / Crime : FBI News Blog

A 53-year-old Tampa woman who worked as a community service officer for the Tampa Police Department pleaded guilty last week to two counts of obtaining information from the department’s computer system for a fraudulent purpose.

Why World Domination in Indirect Procurement Might Come from VMS

Categories: Category Intelligence (Indirect), Services and Indirect Spend, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor Management, Technology Tags: L1, Technology Services procurement is harder than indirect goods procurement. Show More Summary

Facebook Takes Legal Blow in France as India Outlaws Its Free-Net Service

France's privacy authority has ordered that Facebook must stop collecting French users' information without their consent, and transferring data to the US.

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