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February 22, 2013, 1:25 AM

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Google Chrome Blog:
The Chromebook Pixel, for what's next  —  Chromebooks were designed to make computing speedy, simple and secure.  For many of you, they have become the perfect, additional (and yes, affordable) computer: ideal for catching up on emails, sharing documents and chatting via Hangouts.
Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch:
Google Launches $1,299 Chromebook Pixel With 2560×1700 3:2 12.85″ Touchscreen, Core i5 CPU, 1TB Of Google Drive Storage & Optional LTE  —  After a few weeks of rumors, Google just announced the latest device in its Chromebook lineup: the Chromebook Pixel.
James Niccolai / Computerworld:
HP's Whitman says ‘no plans to break up the company’  —  HP's CEO has again dismissed rumors that HP may be broken up into smaller businesses  —  Hewlett-Packard's CEO has dismissed persistent rumors that the company might break itself up in a move that could create more value for shareholders.
Mikey Campbell / AppleInsider:
Apple patent filing points directly to ‘iWatch’ concept with flexible touchscreen display  —  A patent application discovered by AppleInsider on Thursday reveals Apple is indeed investigating a wearable accessory device that not only boasts a flexible touchscreen display …
Joel Rosenblatt / Bloomberg:
Apple-Samsung Judge Says Companies Must Narrow Lawsuit  —  Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) must narrow their patent-infringement lawsuit case scheduled for trial in 2014, a judge ruled.  —  U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh in San Jose, California, today told lawyers …
More: Electronista and CNET
Brad Smith / TechNet Blogs:
The Patent System: Fix What's Broken, Don't Break What's Working  —  Earlier today, I participated in an event on Capitol Hill about the U.S. patent system and software patents sponsored by BSAâ"‚The Software Alliance and the National Association of Manufacturers.
Associated Press:
Nevada governor signs online gambling bill law after measure fast-tracked through Legislature  —  CARSON CITY, Nev. — Gov. Brian Sandoval signed legislation Thursday legalizing online gambling in Nevada, capping a dizzying day at the Legislature as lawmakers passed the bill through the Assembly and Senate as an emergency measure.
More: CNET
Mathew Ingram / paidContent:
The massive advertising shift that Twitter is trying to capitalize on with its API  —  Much has been written about the disruption taking place in the media industry as a result of the web and the atomization of content, but less has been said about how the advertising business …
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Ubuntu touch preview can now be installed on Nexus phones, tablets  —  The promised Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview, the first version of Ubuntu ready for phones and tablets, is now available for download.  Canonical has provided operating system images for various types of Nexus devices, along with instructions for installing them.

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SimilarWeb:
Does Ello's Sudden Rise In Popularity Herald A New Era Of Social Media?  —  The latest social network to be on the tip of everyone's tongue is the rebellious Ello which launched earlier this year and promises an ad-free experience.
Zoho:
Zoho Survey: Segment Survey Responses with Multi Collectors  —  Do you distribute one survey to different groups of people only to find that filtering results and analyzing reports is taking up your time?
Igloo:
All the coding ladies  —  Much has been said about women in technology this week as a result of Barbie once again, letting down the female population (or more appropriately, humankind as a whole) …
 

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