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November 17, 2012, 10:00 AM

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Paul Thurrott / SuperSite for Windows:
Windows 8 Sales Well Below Projections, Plenty of Blame to Go Around  —  Uncertainty could turn Windows 8 into the next Vista  —  Sales of Windows 8 PCs are well below Microsoft's internal projections and have been described inside the company as disappointing.
Cyrus Farivar / Ars Technica:
Apple's stock price falls to lowest point in six months  —  While short-term challenges remain, analysts are bullish on Apple's long-term.  —  On Friday Apple's stock price closed at $527.68 per share, the lowest it's been in six months.  Since September, the company has lost about 25 percent …
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Dalton Caldwell:
Twitter is pivoting  —  Peter Chernin had this to say during his days as President of News Corp, owners of MySpace, in 2006: … This was the justification and mentality that MySpace employed as they blocked various fast-growing platform partners that they felt impinged in MySpace's core user experience.
Matt Brian / The Next Web:
AT&T exceeds LTE deployment plan ahead of schedule, now covers more than 150 million people in the US  —  Confirming the deployment of LTE networks in 24 new markets across the US today, AT&T today announced that it has surpassed its 2012 deployment plan ahead of schedule and is now covering more than 150 million people in the country.
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
Microsoft begs Web devs not to make WebKit the new IE6  —  Internet Explorer 10 is a fast browser with good standards compliance, and the version of Internet Explorer 10 included with Windows Phone 8 is no exception, as it's almost identical to its desktop sibling.
Roger Cheng / CNET:
Wireless charging blazes path toward mainstream  —  Heavyweights are backing the idea of wireless charging capabilities embedded in phones, and public charging stations are beginning to pop up.  Differing standards, however, still make for a rocky adoption.
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.
Kevin Fitchard / GigaOM:
Wi-Fi networker Ruckus raises $126 million in IPO  —  Wireless networking startup Ruckus Wireless graduated to public company status on Friday, appearing on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker RKUS after clearing $126 million in an IPO.  Ruckus sold 8.4 million shares at $15 a piece …
Eytan Bakshy / Facebook:
The 2012 Election Day Through the Facebook Lens  —  This year's presidential election was an exciting race, and activity on Facebook was no exception.  Just as we did during the 2008 presidential election and the 2010 midterm election, Facebook allowed users to tell their friends they voted through …

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