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November 30, 2012, 3:00 PM

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Matt Brian / The Next Web:
Apple's new redesigned iMacs go on sale in the US, 21.5-inch models shipping in 1-3 days  —  Announcing earlier in the week that its new iMacs would go on sale at the end of November, Apple has pushed live orders for its new redesigned iMac models in the US but also in Canada and across Europe …
Lee Hutchinson / Ars Technica:
21" iMac teardown shows newly rearranged innards  —  Tight packaging means design changes over previous model.  —  Image from Kodawarisan  —  The redesigned slimmer 21" iMac has gone on sale on the web and at Apple stores, and Japanese Apple enthusiast site Kodawarisan has what appears …
David Pierce / The Verge:
Apple iMac and Mac mini review (late 2012)  —  From its smallest desktop to its largest, Apple's computers get a 2012 refresh  —  As soon as it was unveiled on stage in October, I started looking forward to getting the new iMac in for review.  See, my main machine is a 13-inch MacBook Air, which I mostly love.
Mike Hibberd / Telecoms.com:
Apple vetting operators on LTE network performance  —  Apple is vetting networks before allowing operators to offer the iPhone 5 as an LTE device  —  Apple is not allowing mobile operators to offer the iPhone 5 as an LTE device unless they pass the Californian vendor's own …
Matthew Prince / CloudFlare blog:
BBC:
Facebook given 72 hours to remove paedophile monitoring page  —  A convicted sex offender has won a High Court order for the removal of a Facebook page set up to monitor paedophiles in Northern Ireland.  —  A judge ruled some content amounted to prima facie harassment of the man and risked infringing his human rights.
More: The Verge and Daily Dot
Bloomberg:
Microsoft Said to Plan Next Xbox Console for 2013 Holiday Season  —  The Halo 4 game by Xbox 360 was launched on Nov. 6, 2012.  The next version of Microsoft's Xbox video-game machine is scheduled to be available for the holiday season in 2013.  —  Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) …
Jeff John Roberts / GigaOM:
Judge says “no fundamental right to use Facebook,” tosses antitrust case  —  A federal judge ruled that Facebook has the right to exclude users if they install a program that alters the look of its website and swaps out its ad offerings.  —  In a ruling issued Thursday in San Diego …
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Scoop: Key pricing and launch details of Redbox Instant revealed  —  The online video joint venture Redbox Instant by Verizon is set to launch sometime before the end of the year.  The service is currently being tested in private beta, and Verizon and Redbox have kept mum on some key details.
Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Apple's iPad Mini, 4th Gen iPad Arrives In China December 7, iPhone 5 Follows December 14  —  Apple has just announced the official release date of the iPad mini, 4th generation iPad and iPhone 5 in China.  The tablets will go on sale next Friday, December 7 in that country …
Jon Fingas / Engadget:
Apple begins selling unlocked iPhone 5 in the US, starting from $649  —  It's that special time of the year... that is, when Apple decides to unfetter the iPhone for US shoppers.  The Cupertino crew has quietly started selling the iPhone 5 in an unlocked, off-contract form that will work on GSM …
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
iTunes — It Goes To 11.  (In Design, If Not Performance.)  —  Yes, that headline.  Obvious.  But appropriate.  —  Yes, after much delay (about a month), iTunes 11 is here today.  And yes, it is one of the biggest overhauls of the media management service yet.  Perhaps the biggest.
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Apptopia Mobile App Bazaar Gains Momentum  —  So you've built the mobile app, and you've got a bunch of people using it, but it's no Instagram.  Now what?  It's not as easy to raise Series A funding as it used to be, and mobile apps are a tough, hits-driven business.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Fab Has Its First Million Dollar Day; Sold More Than $6.5M Worth Of Products This Past Week  —  Design focused e-commerce site Fab released a number of data this morning, and it's impressive to say the least.  Fab has sold more than $6.5 million worth of product this past week, up from $1.7 million during the same period last year.
Mike Senese / Wired:
Staples Announces In-Store 3-D Printing Service  —  Pretty soon you'll be able to print your 3-D projects at the local Staples.  —  A new service called “Staples Easy 3D” will allow customers to upload their designs to Staples' website, then pick up the printed objects at their local office supply megastore …
David Goldman / CNNMoney.com:
New Verisign deal blocks .com price hikes  —  NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Verisign, the operator of the .com domain name registry for the World Wide Web, will be forbidden from regularly raising registration prices over the next six years.  —  The company renewed its contract with the U.S. Commerce Department …

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