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February 20, 2012, 9:00 AM

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Bill Weir / ABCNEWS:
A Trip to The iFactory: ‘Nightline’ Gets an Unprecedented Glimpse Inside Apple's Chinese Core  —  A worker at a Foxconn factory in Shenzen, China, puts the finishing touches on an Apple iPad.  ABC News Nightline's Bill Weir was the first journalist allowed onto the Apple production line in China …
More: The Verge and 9to5MacThanks:@abcnewstech
E.D. Kain / Forbes:
Possible Conflict Of Interest In ABC's Exclusive Access To Apple Chinese Supply Chain  —  In January, the New York Times published a controversial and troubling report about working conditions in FoxConn factories where Apple products are manufactured.  Beneath the smooth exterior of the iPads …
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Photo of iPad 3 Logic Board with “A5X” System on a Chip  —  A forum post at Chinese site WeiPhone offers a photo of what is claimed to be the iPad 3's logic board showing an “A5X” system-on-a-chip.  —  Apple is expected to introduce an upgraded processor and graphics package for the iPad 3 …
Danny Sullivan / Marketing Land:
Move Over Search Box, Google's Home Page Gets A Share Box  —  If you still don't get how much Google is behind ensuring Google+ gets everything it needs to succeed, consider the screenshot below, showing how for the first time ever, Google's home page now lets you do something other than search.
Vinod Khosla / TechCrunch:
The “Unhyped” New Areas in Internet and Mobile  —  Editor's note: Legendary investor Vinod Khosla is the founder of Khosla Ventures.  You can follow him on Twitter at @vkhosla.  All Khosla Ventures investments, as well as ventures related to Vinod Khosla, are italicized.
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Telegraph:
Facebook hacker jailed for eight months  —  A student who hacked into Facebook has been jailed in the in the “most extensive and grave” case of its kind to come before a British court.  —  Glenn Mangham, 26, admitted infiltrating the social media website from his bedroom at his parents' house between April and May last year.
Reg Gale / Bloomberg:
Transistor Made Using a Single Atom May Help Beat Moore's Law  —  Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) — Scientists have taken a first early step toward escaping the limits of a technological principle called Moore's Law by creating a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom.
Chris Kanaracus / PC World:
Oracle Drops One of Its Patent Claims Against Google  —  Oracle has decided to give up on one of the patent claims it brought against Google in its lawsuit over alleged Java intellectual property violations in the Android mobile OS.  —  Earlier this week, Google asked for permission to file …
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!:
Blockbuster Pulling On-Demand Support From TiVo  —  Blockbuster Pulling On-Demand Support From TiVo originally appeared on Zatz Not Funny!  —  It's become clear why TiVo no longer bills their Premiere DVR as the “One Box” given app stagnation and partner defections.  And DISH Network's Blockbuster up next:

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Microsoft:
FansChoice.tv and Ooyala choose Microsoft to help them deliver content to anyone, on any device  —  On Monday at the 2014 NAB Show exhibition, Microsoft is showing the latest technology innovations for the broadcast media industry.
Atlassian:
5 Steps to launching a thriving Q&A Community  —  Imagine having a self-governing community of engaged employees answering each others' questions, solving problems, and sharing new ideas!
Zoho Blogs:
Intuit lobbies against small businesses  —  With tax day behind us, small businesses across the country can finally move on to enjoying the warmth of spring.  Unfortunately, the tax system has grown increasingly complex and burdensome for small businesses.
AdExchanger:
Why Publishers Should Help Brand Marketers Launch Programmatic Campaigns  —  “Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media.
 

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