February 9, 2013, 4:10 PM

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Billy Gallagher / TechCrunch:
Snapchat Raises $13.5M Series A Led By Benchmark, Now Sees 60M Snaps Sent Per Day  —  Snapchat, the impermanent messaging app that won “Fastest Rising Startup” at the 2012 Crunchies, has finalized a $13.5 million Series A round led by Benchmark's Mitch Lasky.
Ron / WinBeta:
128GB Surface Pro already sold out at, BestBuy, and Staples, hours into its launch  —  The Surface Pro, powered by Windows 8 Pro, was oficially launched online at, as well as BestBuy and Staples, and within a few hours, the 128GB model of the Surface Pro …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Twitter Hikes Its Promoted Trend Prices Again, to $200,000 a Day  —  Twitter's ad business is still a work in progress, but here's one positive sign: Prices for the company's “promoted trends” have been steadily rising, and are now at the $200,000 a day mark in the U.S..
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Juli Clover / MacRumors:
Former Apple Human Interface Developer Speculates on Future ‘iWatch’  —  Former Apple employee and human interface developer Bruze Tognazzini published a blog post earlier this week listing his thoughts on the iWatch, a potential Apple product that made headlines late in 2012.  —  The Pebble Smartwatch

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Basecamp's “Work Can Wait” Pledge - Why We're Not Recommending It.  —  Basecamp is running a campaign asking people to pledge that they will limit their work to 40 hours a week and ask others in their organization to do the same.
The Case For Startups to Put CX at Their Core  —  Read why eero decided to prioritize and integrate its Customer Experience team - even before its launch
App Annie:
How Snapchat's Spectacles Could Shape Mobile Advertising  —  Snapchat — now Snap Inc. — has entered the hardware game.  What does this mean for its burgeoning ad business?

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