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Chip Maker Intrinsity Moving to North Korea

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Ashlee Vance and Brad Stone: Apple has bought the company that many analysts say helped make the brain in the iPad tablet, people familiar with the deal said Tuesday. Apple has finalized a deal to acquire a small chip company called Intrinsity, Apple confirmed. Intrinsity, of Austin, Tex., made a...
Chip Maker Intrinsity Moving to North Korea

Microsoft Is Doing What Google Should Have Been Doing All Along

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When it initially launched, Android was meant to be the next great coming of open source innovation. Google’s handpicked manufacturers would contribute to the community, everyone could pull the source code at will, and Google would be the grand maestro of it all. Along the way, it was going to...
Microsoft Is Doing What Google Should Have Been Doing All Along

Hey Rocket Internet, your wooden furniture supplier is looking for you. Something about late payments.

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We break a lot of news about German startup incubator Rocket Internet around here (case in point: its Southeast Asia-focused Zappos clone ZALORA just landed investment from JP Morgan), which is apparently drawing attention from…its wooden furniture supplier. This message just hit my inbox (only slightly redacted): Dear Robin, Hello,...
Hey Rocket Internet, your wooden furniture supplier is looking for you. Something about late payments.

Ray Lewington joins England's coaching staff full-time

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• Lewington thanks 'special club full of great people' at Fulham• Coach says working with Roy Hodgson 'fantastic opportunity'Ray Lewington has joined England's coaching staff on a full-time basis, signing a four-year deal.The 55-year-old worked alongside Roy Hodgson during Euro 2012 but was set to return to his role as...
Ray Lewington joins England's coaching staff full-time

Ahead Of Its Rumored IPO, Alibaba Buys A $586 Million Stake In Sina Weibo

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Alibaba, China's biggest e-commerce company, just announced that it is paying $586 million for an 18% stake in Sina Weibo, the online ad company's Twitter-like social media platform. Alibaba will have the option to raise its stake to 30% in the future. The official announcement noted that the deal should bring...
Ahead Of Its Rumored IPO, Alibaba Buys A $586 Million Stake In Sina Weibo

Foxconn admits it breached Chinese labor laws by hiring 14 year old interns

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Apple supplier Foxconn has admitted that it did take on intern students as young as 14 years old at its factories after the Taiwanese manufacturing giant published the findings of a report that followed media reports from September. A statement from Foxconn Technology Group provided to TNW confirms that some students...
Foxconn admits it breached Chinese labor laws by hiring 14 year old interns
Larry Page on Charlie Rose: “We’re still waiting” for Facebook to unlock user data

Taghreedat launches Arabic Wikipedia Editors Program in cooperation with the Wikimedia Foundation

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Taghreedat, the Middle Eastern volunteer group working to increase the amount of Arabic Web content has just struck a deal with the Wikimedia Foundation, launching the Arabic Wikipedia Editors Program. The first regional program of its kind, it aims to find and train Internet users in the Middle East to...
Taghreedat launches Arabic Wikipedia Editors Program in cooperation with the Wikimedia Foundation

UK carrier cooperation could see 4G LTE rollout ramp up by summer 2013

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With the formal creation of Orange and T-Mobile's LTE network lovechild, Everything Everywhere, the UK finally joined the horserace for 4G. Now, it looks like rival domestic operators could get a chance to play catch-up sooner than expected, according to a report from The Telegraph. It appears the mobile...
UK carrier cooperation could see 4G LTE rollout ramp up by summer 2013

Megaupload: U.S. Deliberately Misled the Court with Unlawful Search Warrants

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When the U.S. Government applied for the search warrants against Megaupload last year, it told the court that they had warned Megaupload in 2010 that it was hosting infringing files. Through its hosting company, Megaupload was informed about a criminal search warrant in an unrelated case where the Government requested...
Megaupload: U.S. Deliberately Misled the Court with Unlawful Search Warrants

Google finds its UK Street View data and the UK information commissioner would like a closer look

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The continuing correspondence between the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and Google got another update today. The ICO recently reopened its investigation into data captured by Google Street View (GSV) cars. Today, Google’s Global Privacy Counsel, Peter Fleischer wrote to the ICO confirming that it has located additional payload data...
Google finds its UK Street View data and the UK information commissioner would like a closer look
Safecast to create real-time maps of air quality in Los Angeles
China adds 51 million web users in 2012
OneOps, TwoOps … Exploring cloud ops

Google Denies “Wi-Spy” Non-cooperation With FCC As FTC Hires Outside Counsel For Possible Antitrust Case

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Google has denied that it obstructed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigation into the so-called “Wi-Spy” (StreetView WiFi eavesdropping) privacy case. The FCC officially cleared Google of legal liability but fined the company  $25,000 for “willfully and repeatedly” not... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article....
Google Denies “Wi-Spy” Non-cooperation With FCC As FTC Hires Outside Counsel For Possible Antitrust Case

Apple's Tim Cook meets with China Mobile chairman

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As a part of his ongoing tour of China, Apple CEO Tim Cook has met with the chairman of China Mobile, Xi Guohua, Reuters reports. A Mobile spokesman will only say that the two talked about "matters of cooperation" at the carrier's headquarters earlier today, and that no further details...
Apple's Tim Cook meets with China Mobile chairman
Box launches Windows Phone app, Qualcomm pre-bundling partnership
FCC fines Google $25,000 for unauthorized data collection and impeding investigation

Google & Bing: We’re Not Involved In “Local Paid Inclusion”

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It sounds great. A program that guarantees top listings for local searches on Google, Yahoo and Bing — an an “officially approved” one in “cooperation” with those search engines. But it’s not so, says Google and Bing. The “Local Paid Inclusion”... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article....
Google & Bing: We’re Not Involved In “Local Paid Inclusion”
After high-profile hacks, Twitter announces email security upgrade

China Mobile still in talks for iPhone, chairman says

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China Mobile is in talks with Apple to offer the iPhone, confirms Mobile chairman Xi Guohua. The executive made the statement on Wednesday at a shareholder meeting in Hong Kong, his first since replacing Wang Jianzhou, who retired in March. Apple has refused to comment, and Xi didn't elaborate much...
China Mobile still in talks for iPhone, chairman says

Guilty Until Proven Licensed: FACT Shuts Down Torrent Tracker Despite Cooperation

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Another day, another overreach by the legacy players in the entertainment industry. Hot off its highly questionable win in the SurfTheChannel case, the "Federation Against Copyright Theft" (FACT) has forced torrent tracker UKNova to shut down. Now, some people will assume that this is just another torrent tracker, but the...
Guilty Until Proven Licensed: FACT Shuts Down Torrent Tracker Despite Cooperation

Google Privacy Inquiries Get Little Cooperation

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The tale of how Google escaped a full accounting for its Street View project -- in which specially equipped cars casually scooped up data as the photographed the world's streets -- illustrates not only how technology companies have outstripped the regulators, but also their complicated relationship with their adoring customers....
Google Privacy Inquiries Get Little Cooperation
New Android botnet discovered across all major networks

Korea Times: LG is working with Google on another Nexus phone

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Getting the Nexus 4 into customers' hands aside, the Google-LG team-up was a huge boost to the Korean manufacturer's smartphone fortunes. According to the Korea Times, LG's now looking to repeat the magic and is already working with Google on a Nexus sequel. Presumably another phone beyond that Optimus...
Korea Times: LG is working with Google on another Nexus phone

Carrier CEOs Focus on Partnerships

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Mobile operators highlighted cooperation with developers and other partners, while emphasizing things only they can do, in a keynote session on the opening day......
Carrier CEOs Focus on Partnerships
Naval School professor wants to set up hundred-drone dogfight by 2015

China Mobile 'actively talking' to Apple about iPhone cooperation

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China Mobile revealed on Wednesday that it is in ongoing negotiations with Apple to bring the iPhone to its network....
China Mobile 'actively talking' to Apple about iPhone cooperation

Google backs French digital publishing innovation initiative with €60 million incentive

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Google's long had a contentious relationship with France. But it seems the Mountain View-based company has come up with a way to squash that problem: by throwing money at it. Taking to the company's official blog today, Chairman Eric Schmidt announced the creation of a €60 million Digital Publishing...
Google backs French digital publishing innovation initiative with €60 million incentive
LiveLine makes yacht racing TV-friendly
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