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January 22, 2013, 8:05 AM

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Jon Russell / The Next Web:
RIM extends BlackBerry 10 app incentive deadlines following ‘remarkable’ number of submissions  —  In the final mile before it officially unveils its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, RIM's quest for mobile apps and content appears to be going well.  So well, in fact, that it says it is pushing …
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Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
The Happiness Machine How Google became such a great place to work  —  A cube at Google's global headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.  —  Courtesy Google.  —  A few years ago, Google's human resources department noticed a problem: A lot of women were leaving the company.
Nick Summers / The Next Web:
Google integrates Google+ profiles into its company jobs board, adding one-click applications and more  —  Google has updated its company jobs board with support for Google+ profiles, allowing users to see more relevant search results, star jobs they want to return to later on and receive curated email updates.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Behind The Scenes Of The iPhone 5 Jailbreak  —  Technically speaking, the iPhone 5 is already jailbroken.  You're just not allowed to have it yet.  The reason for this is because one of the bugs that contributes to a functional jailbreak is so good, that the hackers who discovered …
Wall Street Journal:
Inside H-P's Missed Chance To Avoid a Disastrous Deal  —  Days before Hewlett-Packard Co. dived into an $11 billion software deal it almost instantly regretted, it missed a chance to back away.  —  During a call with an H-P delegation, outside auditors for British software maker Autonomy Corp. mentioned …
More: ZDNet
John Battelle / John Battelle's Search Blog:
Portrait of Twitter As A Young Media Company  —  The post Portrait of Twitter As A Young Media Company appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.  —  Last year I predicted that Twitter would become a media company.  However, I focused mainly on the new “Discover” functionality, and I probably should have gone a lot further.
Jon Russell / The Next Web:
Uber finally drives into Asia as the private car service begins testing in Singapore  —  Uber, the private car hire service that has taken the US by storm, has ramped up its global expansion plans after stepping into Asia for the first time with a soft launch in Singapore.
David Streitfeld / New York Times:
A Casualty on the Battlefield of Amazon's Partisan Book Reviews  —  Reviews on Amazon are becoming attack weapons, intended to sink new books as soon as they are published.  —  In the biggest, most overt and most successful of these campaigns, a group of Michael Jackson fans used Facebook …
More: GeekWire and The Verge
Jessica E. Lessin / Wall Street Journal:
Investors Struggle to Get Handle on Apple  —  Apple Inc. is expected to report record iPhone sales and revenue when it releases its earnings for the holiday period on Wednesday.  —  But it isn't current sales that Wall Street has focused on as Apple's stock has swooned recently.
More: Bloomberg

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