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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Aereo Sees Path Forward in FCC Online Video Proposal
Online video providers such as Aereo Inc. would be able to distribute TV programs like cable services, helping consumers circumvent large packages of channels, under a Federal Communications Commission proposal. If approved, the proposal would let Internet-video services negotiate for the right to distribute cable programs and local television. Aereo Chief Executive Officer Chet Kanojia, who halted his startup's service after losing a Supreme Court decision in June, called the action by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler "an important step." More -- Bloomberg

14 Vine Video-Shooting Tricks for Six-Second Spielbergs
Vine hit the ground running last year with 6-second videos that are a perfect complement to Twitter's 140-character tweets. Vine's mobile apps have gone through many iterations since the original iOS-only version--you can now get official free apps on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. With its latest update, Vine does more than ever. Check out the coolest new features, and well-hidden old ones, that make your Vine video shoots a breeze. More -- Eric Griffith, PCMag.com

Getting Pregnant or Not Using a basal thermometer to track fertility
Whether you're trying to get pregnant – or to avoid getting pregnant is, pun intended, a hit or miss business Here's how technology and this low-tech, but non invasive technique are coming together. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times

HMMM... "We have enough youth, how about a fountain of Smart?'"

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Amazon to sell $39 Fire TV Stick, a Chromecast competitor
Amazon has unveiled its Fire TV Stick, a $39 device that allows users to stream digital content to a TV set via an HDMI port. The device, which will compete with Google Chromecast, includes a remote control and free 30-day trials of Amazon Prime and Netflix. More -- CNET

Haier's fridge will power up phones, tablets
Haier has partnered with wireless router maker Energous to enable its refrigerators to power cellphones and tablets wirelessly via RF frequencies, the Chinese appliance-maker disclosed Monday. Energous' WattUp router delivers power to devices within a 15-foot radius. More -- Computerworld

Verizon's new Droid phone can power up for 48 hours
Verizon Wireless is touting the battery life of its latest Motorola Mobility Droid smartphone, the Droid Turbo, saying the 3,900-mAh battery can keep going for up to two full days. The 5.2-inch handset, which goes on sale Thursday for $200, also features a 21-megapixel camera, a Quad-HD display and 3 gigabytes of RAM. Motorola President Rick Osterloh predicted at an industry event Tuesday that the phone-maker will pick up market share abandoned by Apple among budget-minded users. More -- CNET

HMMM... "Lottery: A tax on people who are bad at math."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Wal-Mart offers promotions for its used-game business
Wal-Mart will sell used video games in 1,700 stores across the U.S., offering a significant challenge to GameStop, which has been dominating the highly profitable used-game business for years. To promote the big rollout, Wal-Mart will give a 50% bonus on trade-in credit for buyers of "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" on Nov. 3 and 4 and will double what it pays for used games for those who purchase a PlayStation 4 console. More -- CNBC

Report: Wearables users seek better devices
One-third of consumers who bought wearables in the past year no longer use the devices regularly, according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The concept of wearables remains popular with consumers, but current prices and privacy concerns are a hindrance, the report concludes. More -- Adweek

LG sets record with 16.8 million smartphones shipped in Q3
LG Mobile reported its best sales quarter in five years today, as smartphone shipments soared by 40% from a year ago, powered largely by the company's G3 handset, as well as its midrange L series handsets. LG, which is gaining on rival Samsung Electronics' market share in their home South Korean market, shipped 16.8 million smartphones, its best quarter ever. More -- Bloomberg Businessweek/The Associated Press

HMMM... "I get enough exercise just pushing my luck."

Tech Tip of The Week

Fill your holiday bellies using your tech …
If you're looking for some delicious and fun ideas for menus at your holiday gatherings, just hit the Web. Southern Living has some great options available for every type of gathering you're planning. Or visit About.com for meals like beef stroganoff, salmon steaks, jambalaya, shrimp scampi and plenty of other delicious feasts. Whether you're celebrating Halloween, Thanksgiving, Kwanza, Christmas, Hanukah or just a holiday open house, Kraft has you covered. They have recipes, decorating ideas, edible gift ideas, cookie exchange and more. All Recipes not only has great dinner recipes but cute appetizers and yummy desserts. Disney Family gives you some fun snacks that are as yummy as they are cute. And sites like Fresh Market, Delish and Mr. Food give great ideas as well. Butterball offers tips that include a free app to use on the go helping you with planning, checklists, food safety tips, shopping guides, and how-to videos to help you with every need right in the palm of your hand. And if you like on the go assistance be sure to also check out ChefTap and Big Oven. We hope you enjoy some delicious items on your holiday menus and feel free to share your favorites with your friends at "Into Tomorrow"!

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