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November 16, 2012, 4:40 PM

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Karen Gullo / Bloomberg:
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Apple Television Launch Probably Not Imminent  —  Now that the iPad mini has successfully transitioned from rumor to reality, Apple-watchers are turning their attention back to another of the company's mythical products — the Apple Television.  According to a new report out of Jefferies …
Sam Byford / The Verge:
LTE iPad mini and 4th-gen iPad now for sale at Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon (updated)  —  If you've been holding out for an LTE-enabled version of the iPad mini or 4th-generation iPad, it may be your lucky day.  Sprint has announced that it'll be carrying both tablets in its stores from today …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Netflix CEO: Amazon Losing Up to $1 Billion a Year on Streaming Video  —  Reed Hastings says that, one day, Amazon will provide real competition for Netflix.  —  But the Netflix CEO says Jeff Bezos will have to spend a lot of money before that happens: Hastings says Amazon is losing between $500 million …
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Matt Buchanan / BuzzFeed:
What The New Twitter Will Look Like  —  If you want to know what your Twitter timeline is going to look like, there's a preview already hidden in your Twitter app.  —  The new Discover page, full-screen photos and retweet style.  —  The message from Twitter over the last year has been consistent about one thing: Change is coming.
Alexei Oreskovic / Reuters:
Exclusive: Facebook offering e-retailers sales tracking tool  —  (Reuters) - Facebook Inc wants more credit for making online cash registers ring.  —  Facebook will begin rolling out on Friday a new tool which will allow online retailers to track purchases by members of the social network who have viewed their ads.
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet:
Forrester finds mixed prospects for Windows 8 in the enterprise  —  Summary: Forrester Research adds some more data to the list of early indicators as to how Windows 8 may do.  And so far, it's a mixed bag, based on its survey data.  —  There's mixed news for Windows 8's prospects in the enterprise …
Byron Acohido / USA Today:
Ken Yeung / The Next Web:
Myspace burning: As new site rolls out, how it hopes to rise from the ashes and back into prominence  —  Two brothers decided that they wanted to take on the challenge of rebuilding one of the most popular sites of the past decade.  Why?  Because, although others tried and failed, it was something they felt they could bring back.
Evelyn M. Rusli / Wall Street Journal:
Behind Mark Pincus's Bid to Save Zynga  —  Tears nearly welled up in Zynga Inc. chief executive Mark Pincus's eyes at a meeting in September with Apple Inc. director Bill Campbell.  —  Mr. Campbell, a technology veteran who has coached Silicon Valley CEOs such as Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt …
Sharif Sakr / Engadget:
Sony promises top-end handset to compete with GS III and iPhone, implies its existing flagship doesn't  —  Sony Mobile's sales chief, Dennis van Schie, has gone on the record with a pledge that just about crosses the line from marketing to manifesto.  Speaking to the Financial Times Deutschland …
Richard Hay / WindowsObserver.com:
Twitter Completely Slams the Door on Tweetro; Refuses to Offer Exemption to User Token Limits  —  It has been a few days since the news broke that Tweetro had run into Twitter's new API limits when it comes to allowed user tokens for their Twitter application.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
After Launching It In SF, eBay Brings Same Day Delivery Service To New York  —  After launching its same day delivery service in San Francisco a few weeks ago, eBay is debuting “eBay Now” in New York City.  Users in the area can download the new app here.  —  The service offers customers in Manhattan …
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Former Creative Director at Wired Is Named Editor  —  Wired announced Friday afternoon that Scott Dadich, the magazine's former creative director, would become its next editor in chief.  —  Mr. Dadich replaces Chris Anderson, the magazine's editor since 2001, who stepped down this month …
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
The native Google Maps app for iOS will reportedly have turn-by-turn navigation when launched  —  Google has sent out a ‘test’ version of its new mapping app, reports The Wall Street Journal.  This test version of the iOS app has apparently been seeded to ‘some individuals outside of the company’.

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