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November 26, 2012, 12:25 PM

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Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD:
Google Sources Say Company Didn't Buy ICOA Wireless  —  Sources at Google are denying reports that the search giant has acquired ICOA Wireless in a $400 million deal.  —  We have yet to hear from a Google rep on the record.  But people within the company say that contrary to a press release posted …
Dave McClure / 500hats:
What Hasn't Changed: The Internet Keeps Getting Bigger.  —  Recent articles by the WSJ, Fred Wilson, & others are noting a shift in investor interest to enterprise and away from consumer.  If true, this is a huge error... at least for entrepreneurs, angels, and smaller funds.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
11 Apple iPads per hour vs. zero Microsoft Surface tablets  —  A survey compared sales at an Apple Store and a Microsoft Store in the Mall of America  —  FORTUNE — On Saturday we posted side-by-side videos showing Black Friday shopping activity at an Apple Store and a Microsoft Store in Lone Tree …
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple:
Apple Acquired “Lightning” Trademark from Harley-Davidson  —  The EU Patent & Trademark Office officially published two Apple trademark applications for “Lightning” under numbers 011399821/862.  What's interesting about this filing is that it clearly illustrates that Apple had acquired …
Jon Russell / The Next Web:
Samsung's Galaxy Note II hits 5 million channel sales, adding 2 million over the last 24 days  —  Samsung has announced [translation] that the Galaxy Note II, its flagship phone-meets-tablet ('phablet'), has passed 5 million in channel sales, chalking up a further 2 million shipments since November 2.
Associated Press:
Web access battles brew before UN conference  —  DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—An upcoming U.N. gathering about Internet oversight is raising alarms from a broad coalition of critics, including the U.S., tech giants such as Google and rights groups, concerned that changes could lead …
More: Forbes
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Valley Cred: Samsung Plans to Open New Start-Up Accelerator in Downtown Palo Alto  —  While it is one of the largest consumer electronics and mobile companies in the world, Korean's Samsung has a relatively quiet profile in Silicon Valley.  —  In fact, while it has had a longtime facility …
Martin Brinkmann / gHacks Technology News:
Bios embedded Windows 8 product keys  —  If you have purchased a laptop running Windows 8 recently you may have noticed that it may not contain a small label on the back side or battery compartment listing the operating system's product key.  The question that should come up at this point …
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
The Facebook Button Is Back On Phones: Nokia Puts Social Networking Knobs On ~$62 Series 40 Asha 205, 205 Dual-SIM Qwerty Handsets  —  Amid all the Windows Phone, luridly coloured Lumia hype, it's easy to forget Nokia sells a far more successful line of mobile phones, based on its Series 40 OS.
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
The Release Windows Archaism  —  Television and media industry are stuck in a wasteful rear-guard fight for the preservation of an analog era relic: the Release Windows system.  Designed to avoid destructive competition among media, it ends up boosting piracy while frustrating honest viewers willing to pay.
More: Guardian
Nick Wingfield / New York Times:
Nintendo Confronts a Changed Video Game World  —  TUCKED in the woods here, west of State Route 520, is a little piece of the Mario Kingdom.  —  Behind the unassuming doors is the business built by Mario, the pudgy plumber, and Luigi, his lanky brother, as well as characters like Link …

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