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October 18, 2012, 2:35 PM

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BBC:
Apple loses UK tablet design appeal versus Samsung  —  A UK judge had said he thought few people would confuse the Galaxy Tab 10 with Apple's iPad  —  Apple has lost its appeal against a UK ruling that Samsung had not copied the design of its iPad.  —  A judge at the High Court in London …
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web:
Google dives after reporting $14.10 billion in revenue and earnings per share of $6.53  —  Update: Trading of Google has been halted.  The exact cause of the cessation is not yet known.  TNW is on the case.  More shortly.  —  Today Google announced its quarterly earnings …
Charles Graeber / Wired:
Megaupload Is Dead.  Long Live Mega!  —  They've been indicted by the U.S. government for conspiracy and briefly thrown in jail, but Kim Dotcom and his partners in the digital storage locker Megaupload have no intention of quitting the online marketplace.  —  Instead the co-defendants plan …
Myriam Joire / Engadget:
Google launches 11.6-inch ARM-based Samsung Chromebook: $249, ultra thin and light, 6.5-hour battery, 1080p video  —  Google just launched the latest iteration of its Chrome OS-based laptop here in San Francisco — the $249 11.6-inch Samsung Chromebook.  It's ARM-based (fanless) …
Matt Brian / The Next Web:
Nokia's Q3 2012: $754 million operating loss, $9.49 billion in net sales, 2.9 million Lumia phones sold  —  Beleaguered phone maker Nokia this morning published its financial results for the third quarter of 2012, reporting a $754 million (576 million euros) operating loss on $9.49 billion in net sales (7.239 billion euros).
Mark Jardine / Tapbots:
Tweetbot for Mac is Finally Here!  —  We are very happy to announce that Tweetbot for Mac is finally available for sale on the Mac App Store!  It's been a long (and bumpy) road, but we are glad we have finally made it to the 1.0 milestone.  This is our first official Mac App from Tapbots …
David Carr / Media Decoder:
Newsweek to Cease Print Publication at End of Year  —  Updated Newsweek, the weekly magazine that for decades summarized the news for households across the United States but struggled to maintain relevance in the Internet era, announced on Thursday that it would cease print publication at the end of the year.
Ellis Hamburger / The Verge:
AOL launches Alto webmail client, its biggest conceptual leap since 'you've got mail'  —  An uneven, but thoughtful and innovative attempt at reinventing email  —  AOL today announced Alto, a web-based IMAP email client that lets you manage multiple email accounts on one website.
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Nobody “Goes Online” Anymore  —  A large survey of Internet users found that they say they spend fewer hours per week online than they did a year ago.  —  Wait, really?  —  Well, it's a matter of perception.  This was a Forrester survey, and people were asked how much time they spend using the Internet.
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Daniel Rubino / wpcentral:
AT&T Lumia 920 exclusive for six months and some training videos leak too  —  AT&T is gearing up to launch the Nokia Lumia 920 very soon—in fact we expect an announcement on pricing and availability sometime on Sunday.  —  Word is that AT&T reps are also in the midst of training with the device …
More: TechSpot and The Verge
Sharif Sakr / Engadget:
Verizon reports Q3 wireless service revenues up 7.5 percent, LTE now available to 250 million people  —  The folks at Verizon are revelling in their third consecutive quarter of double-digit growth, having reported a 14.3 percent overall increase in earnings per share year-over-year.
Darren Dahl / New York Times:
As Pay-Per-Click Ad Costs Rise, Small Businesses Search for Alternatives  —  When Tom Telford helped found a vacation rental management company, Blue Creek Cabins, in 2001, he wanted a quick and easy way to connect with people looking to rent the 20 cabins he and his partner managed in and around the mountains of picturesque Helen, Ga.
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Jennifer Martinez / Hillicon Valley:
White House denies Huawei investigation report  —  A White House spokeswoman is denying a report that an investigation requested by the White House into whether telecommunications equipment makers pose security risks to American companies yielded no definitive proof that Huawei has spied on behalf of China.

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