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7:55 AM ET, November 14, 2011

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Steven Levy / Wired:
Jeff Bezos Owns the Web in More Ways Than You Think  —  “What I'm about to show you,” Jeff Bezos says, “is the culmination of the many things we've been doing for 15 years.”  The CEO of Amazon.com, in regulation blue oxford shirt and jeans, is sitting in a conference room at his company's spiffy …
Tim Stevens / Engadget:
Amazon Kindle Fire review  —  It seems like ages since Amazon introduced us to the $199 Fire at a hectic New York City event, but in truth that was only about six weeks ago.  Maybe our perception of time is warped because we've been hearing talk about this 7-inch Android tablet for months now.
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Paul Miller / The Verge:
Kindle Touch review
Discussion: Gizmodo, Mashable! and Engadget
New York Times:
At Google X, a Top-Secret Lab Dreaming Up the Future  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — In a top-secret lab in an undisclosed Bay Area location where robots run free, the future is being imagined.  —  It's a place where your refrigerator could be connected to the Internet, so it could order groceries when they ran low.
Greg Kumparak / TechCrunch:
Diaspora Co-Founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy Passes Away At 22  —  Late last night, word began to spread around the tech community that one of Diaspora's four co-founders, Ilya Zhitomirskiy, had passed away.  With much sadness, we've now confirmed this terrible news with the Diaspora team.
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Josh Constine / TechCrunch:   Following Founder's Passing, Diaspora Opens Redesigned Alpha To Invitees
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Processing $11 Million A Day, Jack Dorsey Says: “We Don't Want To Make Square All About Taxi Cabs”  —  Jack Dorsey's mobile payments startup Square is now processing $11 million a day in mobile payments, it was revealed today at the Techonomy conference in Tucson, Arizona.
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Paul Sloan / CNET News:
Jack Dorsey: Twitter's business model is based on ‘serendipity.’
Discussion: CNNMoney.com
Sherilynn Macale / The Next Web:
YouTube tests redesign highlighting Google+ videos, subscriptions & more  —  This morning, we received a tip pointing out some serious user interface redesigns on YouTube.  Don't rush off to take a peek just yet, though — the changes haven't been rolled out to everyone.
James Temple / San Francisco Chronicle:
LinkedIn, others show why transparency is needed  —  In recent years, LinkedIn, Groupon and Demand Media all suggested they were profitable while privately held.  But when the businesses were forced to file audited financial statements as they prepared to go public, those years or quarters in the black mysteriously vanished.
Kenneth Rapoza / Security:
Russia, The Next Silicon Valley?  —  Some time in the near future, Russia will no longer be known as a country whose growth depends on natural gas development.  The future Russia is a tech powerhouse rivaling the brain trust and talents of Silicon Valley, says the country's presidential aide …
Agam Shah / PC World:
Intel Peaks on PC Performance With New Six-core Chip  —  Intel on Monday announced what it called its fastest chip to date for PCs, the six-core Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition processor, which is based on the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture and designed for use in high-end desktops.
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
AMD introduces world's first 16-core PC microprocessor  —  In a first for the PC industry, Advanced Micro Devices introduced a microprocessor today with 16 cores, or computing brains, on a single chip.  —  Sunnyvale, Calif.-based AMD is the primary competitor to the world's biggest chip maker, Intel.
Alistair Barr / Reuters:
Groupon plans bigger holiday push this year  —  (Reuters) - Groupon Inc is trying to grab a much larger share of consumers' holiday spending this year following the biggest daily deal company's initial public offering.  —  Groupon launched its first holiday shopping push last year.
Quentin Hardy / New York Times:
Arista Networks Founders Aim to Alter How Computers Connect  —  SANTA CLARA, Calif. — If nothing else, Arista Networks proves that two people can make more than $1 billion each building the Internet and still be worried about its reliability.  —  David Cheriton, a computer science professor …
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Rachel Emma Silverman / Wall Street Journal:
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Lydia Leavitt / Engadget:
Intel and MasterCard to offer Ultrabook users ‘safer’ NFC checkout via PayPass, impulsive shoppers rejoice
Discussion: TechCrunch
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider:
Microsoft's Search Efforts Look Increasingly Futile As Google Gains Share For Second Month In A Row
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Zack Whittaker / Between the Lines Blog:
Apple's ‘Batterygate’ end-game: Do nothing?
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Ryan Kim / GigaOM:
WhatsApp bucks convention, quietly builds a messaging titan
Discussion: Examiner, Thanks:jtemple
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
How Google, eBay, And PayPal Are Gearing Up For A Very Mobile Holiday Shopping Season
Thanks:leenarao
Roy Goldenberg / Globes Online:
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Adam Nash / Psychohistory:
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