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Date: 2012-10-31
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In hurricane, Twitter proves a lifeline despite pranksters
US-STORM-SANDY-SOCIALMEDIA:In hurricane, Twitter proves a lifeline despite pranksters
By Gerry Shih

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - As Hurricane Sandy pounded the U.S. Atlantic coast on Monday night, knocking out electricity and Internet connections, millions of residents turned to Twitter as a part-newswire, part-911 hotline that hummed through the night even as some websites fa...


Storm knocks down some web sites, but most stay online
US-STORM-SANDY-INTERNET:Storm knocks down some web sites, but most stay online
By Joseph Menn

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Despite outages at a few well-known web sites and ripple effects that occasionally slowed communications around the country, the Internet came through the massive storm that swamped New York and New Jersey with relatively minor problems.

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For some New York workers, storm meant a shared room or scary walk
US-STORM-SANDY-WORKERS:For some New York workers, storm meant a shared room or scary walk
By Luciana Lopez

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Workers who stayed late on Monday and kept parts of New York running while Hurricane Sandy brought the city to a standstill faced a dilemma: take a nerve-wracking walk home or find a floor space on which to bed down.

Before Sandy ...


California judge rules large Arizona campaign donation can be audited
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-FINANCE-CALIFORNIA:California judge rules large Arizona campaign donation can be audited
SACRAMENTO (Reuters) - A California campaign finance regulatory agency can audit a last-minute $11 million out-of-state donation to a political action committee by a mystery group from Arizona, a judge tentatively ruled on Tuesday.

A state Superior Court judge in Sacramento wrote that Cali...


ARM unveils chip designs for future smartphones, servers
US-ARM-64BIT:ARM unveils chip designs for future smartphones, servers
By Paul Sandle and Noel Randewich

LONDON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - British chip designer ARM on Tuesday launched processors to power a new generation of smartphones and also offer low-energy solutions for servers, increasing its incursion into a market dominated by Intel.

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