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Google Business NewsDec 11, 2017
Bitcoin Futures Trading Opening Brings Crypto to Wall Street - Bloomberg

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Cboe Global Markets Inc. started letting traders buy and sell bitcoin futures Sunday evening. Though the exchange operator warned volume might be low -- new futures typically take time to build a following -- almost 600 contracts traded in the first
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Forbes HeadlinesDec 10, 2017
Here's Who You Should Be Hunting During Pokémon GO's Gen 3 Launch
There are now 55 Gen 3 Pokemon in Pokemon GO, but there are certain ones that you should definitely be hunting more than most.

Google Business NewsDec 10, 2017
Starbucks Christmas Tree Frappuccino just tastes like sugar and regret - Mashable

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At least that's what I kept telling myself as I took a sip, and another one of the Christmas Tree Frappuccino. It's Starbucks' latest concoction that has people running out to corporate coffee shops, where they spend $5 and most likely take a bunch of
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Enterprise Application NewsDec 08, 2017
One year later, enterprises still wrestle with Windows 7's cumulative updates
More than a year after Microsoft changed its decades-long security updating practices, enterprises running Windows 7 continue to struggle with the new system, patch experts said today.

"I still see people asking for individual updates, even on the [Windows] 10 operating system," said Susan Bradley in an email reply to questions. Bradley is known in Windows circles for her expertise on Microsoft's patching processes: She writes on the topic for the Windows Secrets newsletter and moderates the PatchMangement.org mailing list, where IT administrators discuss update tradecraft.

Bradley was referring to Microsoft's debut last year of radically-different cumulative updates for Windows 7 and 8.1, a change to the long-established practice of letting customers choose which patches they applied. From October 2016 on, updates for the two older Windows versions were comprehensive wholes, not collections of separate patches that could be selectively applied.

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