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January 28, 2013, 1:10 PM

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Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple ready to release additional iPad model; likely 128GB version (Updated: Pricing)  —  We've gotten word from sources that Apple is preparing to release (in some fashion) a single, additional iPad model.  This would be a new SKU for the current fourth-generation iPad with Retina display line.
David Drummond / The Official Google Blog:
Google's approach to government requests for user data  —  Today, January 28, is Data Privacy Day, when the world recognizes the importance of preserving your online privacy and security.  —  If it's like most other days, Google—like many companies that provide online services to users …
Eric Engleman / Bloomberg:
Google Leads Fight to Limit Government Access to E-Mail on Cloud  —  Google Inc. (GOOG), which says it gets about 1,400 requests a month from U.S. authorities for users' e- mails and documents, is organizing an effort to press for limits on government access to digital communications.
Nathan Ingraham / The Verge:
Hardcore porn briefly climbs to the top of Vine's 'Editor's Picks,' Twitter blames it on ‘human error’  —  The launch of Twitter's video-sharing service Vine has brought with it another look at pornography on Apple's tightly-controlled iOS platform, and that scrutiny may be about to increase …
Joshua Topolsky / The Verge:
Shen Jingting / China Daily:
Ban on games consoles may be lifted, suggests Culture Ministry source  —  Chinese authorities are reviewing a decade-long ban on game consoles and considering the possibility of opening up the country's video game hardware market, a government source told China Daily.
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Marc Andreessen On The Future Of Enterprise  —  In doing research for a post on “The Enterprise Cool Kids” at the tail end of last year, I interviewed Silicon Valley veteran Marc Andreessen about where he thought the enterprise was headed.  —  While excerpts of that interview made it into the post …
More: ZDNetTweets: @johnnie
Nathan Ingraham / The Verge:
HP's first Chromebook revealed in leaked spec sheet  —  HP is preparing to launch its first entry into the Chromebook marketplace, if a PDF found on its site can be believed.  According to this listing, HP's currently-unannounced Pavilion Chromebook will feature a 1.1GHz Celeron processor …
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet:
Microsoft to launch the new Office commercially on January 29  —  Summary: Finally, an official confirmation.  Microsoft is launching the new Office, a k a Office 2013, on January 29.  —  It's finally official.  Microsoft is launching the new Office, a k a Office 2013, on January 29.
More: Inquirer and WinBetaTweets: @office
Josh Ong / The Next Web:
Lenovo responds to RIM acquisition reports, claims comments were taken out of context  —  After a Bloomberg report quoted Lenovo's CFO Wong Waiming as saying that it was interested in acquiring Research In Motion, the Chinese PC maker has issued a statement downplaying the significance of the quote.
Elisabeth Bumiller / New York Times:
Pentagon to Beef Up Cybersecurity Force to Counter Attacks  —  WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is moving toward a major expansion of its cybersecurity force to counter increasing attacks on the nation's computer networks, as well as to expand offensive computer operations on foreign adversaries, defense officials said Sunday.

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