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April 11, 2012, 1:15 AM

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Andy Baio / Wired:
Instagram's Buyout: No Bubble to See Here  —  Instagram's billion-dollar sale to Facebook raised eyebrows Monday, renewing fears of a new tech bubble.  But compared to other major acquisitions since the dot-com bust, turns out it's a pretty sane deal.  —  To put the acquisition in perspective …
Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
Nokia Confirms Lumia 900 Software Glitch, Offers Fix and $100 Credit  —  Nokia said late Monday that it has identified a problem that has left some early Lumia 900 customers unable to connect to the Internet.  —  Nokia U.S. chief Chris Weber told AllThingsD that the problem is a memory-management issue …
Vlad Savov / The Verge:
The 4 inch iPhone 5  —  In the past year of so the smartphone landscape has seen a trend of screen size increasing from around 3.2/3.5 inches to 4.3, 4.65 and as high as 5.3 inches in the case of the Samsung Galaxy Note.  The iPhone screen however, has remained at 3.5 inches since its debut in 2007.
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
It's Official: Yahoo Reorgs Itself Just Like We Said (Memo Time!)  —  Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson just sent this note to Yahoo employees, about a new organization for the company.  —  “It's time for Yahoo! to move forward, and fast,” wrote Thompson (using punctuation I really, with nice comma deployment).
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop:
Apple developing Flashback malware removal tool  —  In response to Flashback malware that's been in the news lately, Apple on Tuesday revealed that it is developing a tool to detect and remove it.  —  There is no date that the tool will be released, but considering it is Apple …
Andy Greenberg / The Firewall:
Jason Snell / Macworld:
iTunes: Time to right the syncing ship  —  When Apple introduced iTunes in 2001, it served one purpose: As a music jukebox app.  Later that year, it added its most important feature: The ability to sync tracks with the just-introduced iPod.  Originally, you could just drag tracks onto …
More: TUAW, MacStories and Macgasm
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!:
“New” Roku HD Lands On Retail Shelves  —  “New” Roku HD Lands On Retail Shelves originally appeared on Zatz Not Funny!  —  Just last month we reported that a new “Roku HD” SKU had hit the FCC, and today I found it nestled amongst the Roku 2 XD and XS models.
More: The Verge and Engadget
Jennifer Van Grove / VentureBeat:
Tumblr updates Android app with a radical new look  —  Hot blog-baker Tumblr has cooked up a zany and colorful update to its Android application.  —  Five-year-old, New York-based Tumblr is the go-to blogging platform for the young and hip.  The company now powers more than 51 million blog sites …
Ruth Sutherland / Daily Mail:
Apple ‘made £6bn’ in UK... but paid only £10m in tax  —  Apple paid a paltry £10million in UK corporation tax in the last financial year, despite earning an estimated £6billion in the country over the period.  —  It is the latest technology firm to be accused of avoiding UK tax, following Amazon and Google.
Sean Hollister / The Verge:
Instagram updated to support HTC One X, other Tegra 3 devices  —  It's honestly pretty incredible just how fast Instagram is rolling out updates for its Android app: it's only been a week since the artistic photo filter program arrived on Google's mobile operating system, and tonight the app's seeing its third update.
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
Lookout and T-Mobile bring you phones that will scream if lost  —  Lookout Mobile Security and T-Mobile are teaming up today to bring you a unique security feature in mobile phones: custom Scream tones.  —  With the new Scream tones you can try to pinpoint a missing smartphone on a map …

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