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Japanese iTunes Store Enhancements: iTunes Plus, 3G Downloads, Ringtones, Complete My Album

www.macrumors.com
Yesterday, we noted that the music component of iTunes in the Cloud was rolling out to Japanese users, allowing them to freely download any music content previously purchased from the iTunes Store. But as now summarized by 9to5Mac, various reports in the Japanese media reveal that the additions have been...
Japanese iTunes Store Enhancements: iTunes Plus, 3G Downloads, Ringtones, Complete My Album
No HDTV from Apple in 2013, according to new report

AnchorFree Brings Their Hotspot Shield Mobile Security App To Android

techcrunch.com
The team at AnchorFree have been rather busy lately — not only have they just recently closed a $52 million funding round, they’ve also gotten around to releasing an Android version of their popular HotSpot Shield mobile security app. “We want to be the default app that users have on...
AnchorFree Brings Their Hotspot Shield Mobile Security App To Android
Apple likely to launch streaming radio service in 2013, long before Apple's TV service

Embracing the chaos of data

radar.oreilly.com
A data scientist and a former Apple engineer, Pete Warden (@petewarden) is now the CTO of the new travel photography startup Jetpac. Warden will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming Strata Conference, where he'll explain why we should rethink our approach to data. Specifically, rather than pursue the perfection...
Embracing the chaos of data

Boot up: Chrome v hackers, finding the Androids, the prototype iPhone and more

www.guardian.co.uk
Plus Ubuntu still can't get on TV, why YouTube can't stop porn, Google's nifty spreadsheet completion, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z reviewed, and moreA quick burst of 11 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamChrome OS thwarts attack attempts in Pwnium challenge >> Phys.orgHackers...
Boot up: Chrome v hackers, finding the Androids, the prototype iPhone and more

Disappointing: Tim Berners-Lee Defends DRM In HTML 5

www.techdirt.com
We recently wrote about the truly stupid idea of building DRM into HTML5. At SXSW this week, web inventor Tim Berners-Lee was asked about this, and he surprisingly defended the decision, claiming that it was necessary to get companies to use HTML5: During a post-talk Q&A, he defended proposals to...
Disappointing: Tim Berners-Lee Defends DRM In HTML 5

The unlimited mobile data plan suffers more casualties

gigaom.com
Consumers keep hoping for an unlimited mobile broadband plan revival, but the opposite keeps happening. What few remaining unlimited plans carriers offer are disappearing – or at least becoming more restrictive. On Jan. 20, Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepaid brands, will start throttling its so-called unlimited plans after customers...
The unlimited mobile data plan suffers more casualties
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