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February 22, 2013, 9:40 PM

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Joshua Topolsky / The Verge:
I used Google Glass: the future, with monthly updates  —  Up close and personal with Google's visionary new computer  —  The frosted-glass doors on the 11th floor of Google's NYC headquarters part and a woman steps forward to greet me.  This is an otherwise normal specimen of humanity.
Matt Thomlinson / Microsoft Security Response Center:
Recent Cyberattacks  —  As reported by Facebook and Apple, Microsoft can confirm that we also recently experienced a similar security intrusion.  —  Consistent with our security response practices, we chose not to make a statement during the initial information gathering process.
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Microsoft suffers from same hacking attack as Apple, Facebook, small number of computers infected  —  Microsoft has announced via its Security Response Center blog that it has been the victim of a hacking similar in nature to that experienced by Apple and Facebook recently.
New York Post:
NYPD forms dedicated team to catch thieves who steal iPhones and iPads  —  iTheft busters  —  The theft of Apple devices is so rampant in New York that a team of cops has been assigned to work with the tech giant to get the stolen gadgets back, The Post has learned.
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Director Of Product Blake Ross Is Leaving Facebook  —  Facebook Director of Product Blake Ross is leaving the company, he announced in a Facebook post yesterday afternoon.  —  For those of you who weren't reading TechCrunch in 2007, Firefox co-founder Ross and Joe Hewitt came to Facebook through …
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Google I/O registration begins March 13th at 7am PST, requires Google+ and Google Wallet accounts  —  Google has announced the registration dates for this year's I/O conference, which will be held on May 15-17, 2013 at Moscone Center West in San Francisco.  Registration for the conference will open on March 13th at 7AM PST.
Casey Lynch / IGN:
IGN Layoffs and Saying Goodbye to 1UP and GameSpy  —  Good times, bad times.  —  Alas, today we had to say goodbye to friends and co-workers, as well as begin the process of bidding a fond farewell to both 1UP and GameSpy.  Why?  Given the state of the market and the economy …
Ritsuko Ando / Reuters:
Nokia to fight rivals with cheaper models-sources  —  (Reuters) - Nokia is shifting the focus of its turnaround strategy to regaining domination of cheaper handsets after a stuttering campaign to catch up with Apple and Samsung in high-end smartphones.  —  Company sources said it would …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Microsoft likely to reveal Xbox 360 successor at April event  —  Sony may have gotten the jump on Microsoft in announcing its next-generation console, but odds are the public will introduced to the Xbox 360's successor well ahead of this year's E3.  Computer and Video Games is today reporting …
Sean Hollister / The Verge:
Best Buy offers two-week, $100 discount on all Windows 8 touchscreen PCs  —  Microsoft's Tami Reller told us that demand for touchscreen Windows 8 computers was outstripping supply, but it seems that Best Buy still isn't selling quite as many as it would like.

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