Elon Musk promises a micro-satellite fleet, AT&T reverses course on in-flight web access and Alibaba rakes in billions on its own version of Cyber Monday

Chinese company Alibaba racked up $2 billion in one-day sales for a Cyber Monday-like promotional event called “Singles Day.” The Drum

Gartner predicts nearly 5 billion things will be connected in use in 2015. TechCrunch

Report: Wearable tech's most important value is found in the data, not the device.  CNet

AT&T has changed its mind on providing in-flight WiFi access. IT World

Speaking of internet access, Elon Musk has confirmed a fleet of micro-satellites for low-cost web service. The Verge

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