Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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The U.N. General Assembly started this week. Syria is top of mind for many leaders, but there's a related topic also getting attention this year: The looming specter of cyber war. Hackers from one nation attacking the missile defense systems, power grids and water supplies of another country is a popular topic at the U.S. Defense department, too. But author Thomas Rid says we're getting the idea of cyber war all wrong.

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Apple's operating system aims to shift the way we interact with our devices

No major changes in functionality, but the look and feel of the phone will bring a dramatic change to how we interact with electronics.
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Are concerns about cyber war too sensationalist?

One author says our fears are misplaced.
Posted In: cyber war, cyber attack, hacking, syria, Tech
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Latinos making inroads in Silicon Valley

A huge chunk of immigrant-founded start-ups were developed by Chinese and Indian entrepreneurs. But now a new group is emerging.
Posted In: Latinos, Silicon Valley, Tech, start-ups
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A change to the email inbox means marketers need to adapt

Retailers and email marketers are upset that Gmail's new updates are hurting their sales.
Posted In: email, Gmail, Google, inbox, marketing, advertising

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