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January 19, 2013, 10:00 AM

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Chris Keall / Ars Technica:
Building Mega: Ars' pre-launch interview with Kim Dotcom  —  Kim Dotcom shares a lighthearted moment with colleague Finn Batato.  —  Chris Keall  —  It's a busy weekend, but Kim Dotcom is feeling relaxed.  —  He was in boyish good spirits as around 150 contractors buzzed around his mansion …
More: GuardianTweets: @kimdotcom and @chriskeall
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Mega Launches: Brilliantly Secure, But Not Anonymous  —  Mortal souls have to wait another day, but today members of the “press” were given an early look Megaupload's successor, Mega.  —  TorrentFreak was lucky enough to be one of the early-birds and here we report our findings.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
The Register:
Orange boasts: We made Google PAY US for traffic  —  Some packets are more neutral than others ...  France Telecom-Orange is making a wad of cash from Google, the company's CEO boasted in an interview with French media yesterday.  —  Talking to BFM Business TV, CEO Stephane Richard didn't give …
David Meyer / GigaOM:
Google should be ashamed for paying carriers to handle its traffic  —  The concept of net neutrality means different things to different people.  Some see tiered access pricing for connectivity as the key debate point, while others are more concerned with the idea of content providers having …
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint:
Opera Ice: New browser for Android and iPhone coming February uses WebKit (video)  —  EXCLUSIVE: Mobile and tablet versions set for MWC  —  Opera Software, the company behind the popular browser of the same name, will launch a new smartphone and tablet browser called Opera Ice in February, Pocket-lint can exclusively reveal.
Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
YouTube halts funding for WSJ and Reuters channels; Reuters cuts positions  —  YouTube has cut off funding to the Wall Street Journal and Reuters that formed part of its $150 million dollar plan to help launch more than 100 premium channels.  The termination of the one-year deals …
More: ReutersTweets: @zenjournalist
Nick Heath / ZDNet:
'We thought we'd sell 1,000': The inside story of the Raspberry Pi  —  Summary: The $35 Linux Raspberry Pi computer has sparked a coding revolution.  Here's the inside story of the Pi, from its inspiration and development to its plans for the future.  —  Nick Heath
More: BGR
Robert McMillan / Wired:
Google Declares War on the Password  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — Want an easier way to log into your Gmail account?  How about a quick tap on your computer with the ring on your finger?  —  This may be closer than you think.  Google's security team outlines this sort of ring-finger authentication …
Zach Honig / Engadget:
Amazon quietly introduces Kindle rentals for US readers, bases prices on duration  —  Think you can finish a 168-page novel in a month?  It might pay to opt for Amazon's new Kindle rental feature, now available on an incredibly limited number of titles.  A few options published …
Chris Morran / The Consumerist:
Dish Gives Itself The Award That CBS Stopped CNET From Giving  —  A week after CBS execs told the editors of CNET they could not give its Best Of Show award to Dish's Hopper DVR because the broadcaster is suing Dish over the device, their decision has backfired, with the satellite TV provider using …

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Microsoft:
Kinect SDK 2.0 and new adapter kit now available  —  Read more from Technical Fellow Alex Kipman about the next chapter for Kinect.
Zoho:
Ringio helps sales teams close more deals by bringing Click To Call to Zoho CRM  —  This is a guest post by Sam Aparicio, CEO of Ringio.  —  Today we are announcing a new integration with Zoho that brings Ringio's Click To Call …
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