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December 8, 2012, 6:20 PM

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Quentin Hardy / NYT Bits:
Why Apple Got a ‘Made in U.S.A.’ Bug  —  Apple's decision to make some of its computers in the United States may be a positive for American jobs.  It is certainly a marker of where much of the global computer industry has gone.  —  Today, rising energy prices and a global market for computers …
Bloomberg:
Apple CEO's Pledge to Make Macs in the U.S. Seen Adding 200 Jobs  —  The pledge by Apple Inc. (AAPL) Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook to invest in making Mac computers in the U.S. will probably create about 200 jobs if he follows the pattern of companies such as Lenovo Group Ltd. and LG Chem Ltd.
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Mac:
Apple's upcoming iOS update to unlock full Bluetooth keyboard control for Apple TV  —  As we first discovered the iOS software code a year ago, Apple is finally ready to implement Bluetooth in its Apple TV products.  The latest Apple TV beta not only has a new Bluetooth menu …
Jason Schreier / Kotaku:
Gabe Newell: Living Room PCs Will Compete With Next-Gen Consoles  —  Steam's Big Picture mode was just the first step: according to Valve boss Gabe Newell, you'll be able to buy a living-room-friendly PC package next year.  —  Speaking to me during a brief interview on the red carpet at the VGAs last night …
Bloomberg:
Apple Joins Google in $500 Million-Plus Bid for Kodak Patents  —  Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Google Inc. (GOOG) have joined forces to offer more than $500 million to buy Eastman Kodak Co. (EKDKQ)'s patents out of bankruptcy, said two people with knowledge of the situation.
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
Twitter Aims to Release Photo Filters in Time for the Holidays  —  Forget Lo-Fi and Toaster.  There may be a sepia-toned little bird under the tree this Christmas.  —  Twitter is making a big push to release a series of photo filters to be used inside the official Twitter app before the end of the year …
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
Authoritarian regimes push for larger ITU role in DNS system  —  China, Russia, and Saudi Arabia want expanded ITU authority online.  —  Mr Mohamed Al Ghanim, Director General, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), UAE, speaking in meeting at Day 5, WCIT 2012  —  itupictures
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T.C. Sottek / The Verge:
Nook Simple Touch drops to $79 starting tomorrow  —  Barnes & Noble offered its Nook Simple Touch e-reader for $79 during last year's Black Friday sale, and now it's making the discount permanent.  The device launched back in June 2011, and the company has since launched a newer model …

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