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Tech News Recap for the Week of 12/22/2014

With the holidays last week, chances are you weren't able to stay up-to-speed on all of the industry news. Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 12/22/2014.


Tech News Recap

Tech News RecapNorth Korea's internet went down for 9 hours before being restored. Salesforce introduced its file sharing service. Microsoft and Google joined in the opposition against hotels attempting to block wi-fi. Disney world now accepts Apple Pay and Google Wallet. Security breaches continue to impact retail stores in the US.



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