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October 31, 2014, 10:30 am
Tim Cook made history, becoming the first openly gay CEO on the Fortune 500 list. But for many gay people across the country, coming out at work isn't so easy. The post Why Tim Cook’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ Essay Means So Much to the Workplace appeared first on WIRED.

October 31, 2014, 10:30 am
Can Microsoft compete with Google, Apple, and so many others in the ever-expanding world of wearable health gizmos? J.P. Gownder thinks so—if the company can make good on its promise to closely analyze all the data streaming from its new Microsoft Band wearable. Microsoft launched Band on Thursday, alongside a service called Microsoft Health, a […] The post Microsoft Could Still Win the Future of Health Wearables appeared first on WIRED.

October 30, 2014, 1:45 pm
Tim Cook has taken a major step toward breaking what many call "the glass closet," openly admitting in a new personal essay that he's "proud to be gay." The post Tim Cook Tells the World ‘I’m Proud to Be Gay’ appeared first on WIRED.

October 30, 2014, 10:30 am
Given that links appear to be more clickable when shared on Facebook, online publishers have scrambled to become savvy gamers of Facebook’s News Feed, seeking to divine the secret rules that push some stories higher than others. But all this genuflection at the altar of Facebook’s algorithms may be but a prelude to a more fundamental shift in how content is produced, shared, and consumed online. Instead of going to all this trouble to get people to click a link on Facebook that takes them somewhere else, the future of Internet content may be a world in which no video, article, or cat GIF gallery lives outside of Facebook at all. The post How Facebook Could End Up Controlling Everything You Watch and Read Online appeared first on WIRED.

October 29, 2014, 11:00 pm
MCX—the coalition of retailers at the heart of recent decisions to block Apple Pay—says it could eventually embrace that technology that drives Apple’s brand new payments service. But it seems that coalition will continue to freeze out Apple Pay—and all other payments services that compete with its own app, known as CurrentC. The post Why So Many American Retailers Are Fighting to Freeze Out Apple Pay appeared first on WIRED.

October 29, 2014, 5:55 pm
LAGUNA BEACH, California — Coursera is one of the driving forces behind the MOOC, the massive open online course, a way for enormous numbers of people to experience university courses over the internet. But the company may soon delve into something not so massive. Rick Levin, the former president of Yale University who now serves […] The post King of Free Online Courses May Soon Add Videochats With Professors appeared first on WIRED.

October 29, 2014, 3:33 pm
In just the latest sign that the future of television is online, the Federal Communications Commission has proposed a new rule that would let internet TV providers license television content just like cable and satellite companies do. The post FCC Proposes New Rule to Make All Your Cord Cutting Fantasies Come True appeared first on WIRED.