January 1, 2013, 6:45 PM

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Arnold Kim / MacRumors:
iOS 6's ‘Do Not Disturb’ Not Shutting Off Automatically on New Year's Day  —  iOS 6 users who use Apple's scheduled “Do Not Disturb” feature may find that their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch hasn't automatically disabled the feature on New Year's morning.  —  The issue was reported on Whirlpool forums as well as our own MacRumors forums.
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Inside Intel's TV service: No CES announcement, but plenty of juicy details  —  Both Forbes and TechCrunch reported this past weekend that Intel may announce its much-rumored TV service at CES next week.  I've been told by a knowledgeable source that this is inaccurate …
Devorah Lauter / Telegraph:
Apple's Paris store hit by New Year's Eve raid  —  The Apple shop in Paris's Opera district was robbed by armed, masked men on New Year's Eve, under the noses of riot police patrolling the nearby Champs Elysées.  —  The Apple store in Paris  —  Reports claimed the thieves …
Elise Ackerman / IEEE Spectrum:
Google Glass Features and Apps Still in Flux  —  Babak Parviz, head of the Google Glass project, hints at what to expect next … IEEE Spectrum: What is Google trying to accomplish with Google Glass?  —  Babak Parviz: We wanted to have a device that would do two things that we think would be useful for a lot of people.
Nicholas Carlson / Business Insider:
Google Is Attacking Apple From The Inside Out—And It's Working  —  After years of hammering away at Apple's share of the smartphone market with cheap-to-free Android phones, Google has lately adopted a new tactic to win mobile.  —  Call it “the worm strategy”—because Google is attacking Apple from the inside out.
Charles Arthur / Guardian:
Sayonara, netbooks: Asus (and the rest) won't make any more in 2013  —  A five-year lifespan turned out to be all that netbooks got.  Acer and Asus are stopping manufacture from 1 January 2013 - ending what once looked like the future of computing  —  Sayonara, netbooks.
More: TIME, Neowin, TechEye, Daring Fireball and GigaOMTweets: @tmaslen
Aaron Ricadela / Bloomberg:
Hewlett-Packard Says It May Dispose of Units Not Meeting Targets  —  Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) said it's evaluating the disposition of businesses that don't meet goals more than a year after Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman said she didn't plan to spin off the personal-computer division.
More: SiliconANGLE and AllThingsDTweets: @qthrul

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