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Stylus-totting LG G Vista 2 announced with octa-core CPU and 5.7-inch display

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The successor to last year’s LG G Vista has been announced by AT&T. Dubbed G Vista 2, the device is powered by an octa-core processor (should be Snapdragon 615), and sports a 5.7-inch 1080p display.

It has 2GB RAM and 16GB expandable internal memory. In terms of camera, the G Vista 2 features a 13MP rear unit and a 5MP front shooter. The handset runs Android Lollipop out-of-the-box, and also comes with a stylus. In terms of software, you’ll find LG signature features like Knock On, Knock Code, QSlide, and Quick Memo.

While AT&T didn’t mention exactly how much the smartphone will cost, it did say that the price tag will be “revolutionary.” There was also no word on when the LG G Vista 2 would be available for…

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IBM Sales and Profit Dropped 14% in Third Quarter by STEVE LOHR

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By STEVE LOHR

Analysts say IBM is struggling to offset the erosion of some of its traditional hardware, software and services businesses.

Published: October 19, 2015 at 07:00PM

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Three Ways Sanofi Pasteur Encourages Collaboration

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When you think of companies that foster and encourage employee collaboration, a big pharmaceutical company probably doesn’t top your list. But thanks to enthusiastic employees and visionary leadership, Sanofi, one of the Top 5 pharmaceutical companies in the world, is leading the charge in a new wave of collaboration. I sat down with Celine Schillinger and Dany De Grave, two employees driving some of the most award-winning and buzz-worthy employee initiatives at Sanofi Pasteur – the vaccine division of Sanofi – to get the company’s secrets to encouraging collaboration. Both Dany and Celine are members of the Future of Work Community, a global brand council devoted to exploring the future of work, they have allowed me to share this information publicly.

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M 4.7 – 35km SW of Ovalle, Chile

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DYFI? – I

Time
2015-10-20 04:06:54 UTC
2015-10-20 01:06:54 -03:00 at epicenter
Location
30.780°S 71.502°W
Depth
37.58 km (23.35 mi)

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Waze te levantará de la cama antes si hay mucho tránsito

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La app lanza un rediseño para iOS que incluye avisos si hay mucho tráfico para eventos agendados; los cambios permiten un menor consumo de batería, asegura la aplicación.

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Lumia 950 listings appear on US Microsoft Store website

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While the Lumia 950 XL has already been there for quite some time, its smaller sibling – the Lumia 950 – is now also listed on the US Microsoft Store website.

As you can see in the screenshot above, there are two listings for the device: one for the unlocked version, while the other is for the AT&T variant. However, unlike the Lumia 950 XL listing, which has a price tag associated with it ($649), both Lumia 950 listings doesn’t mention any price.

Neither the 950 XL nor the 950 is available for order yet. Also, a quick look at the tech specs of both the Windows 10 Mobile-powered flagships reveal that the devices are Windows Hello ready, which possibly means that a software update would be required to enable the feature.

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Google Offers Aggressive Incentives To Win Microsoft Office Customers

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Microsoft Office has been the de facto standard for office productivity software for…well, pretty much since it was first introduced nearly a quarter century ago. Office 365 and Office 2016 are keeping the momentum rolling in Microsoft’s favor, but Google would like to change that. Google is working with its partners to provide businesses engaged in volume-licensing agreements with Microsoft enough incentive to entice them to make a switch.

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