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March 23, 2013, 4:55 AM

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Chris Welch / The Verge:
Susan Decker / Bloomberg:
Microsoft Cleared of Infringing Google Patents With Xbox  —  Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox video-gaming system doesn't violate the patent rights of Google Inc. (GOOG)'s Motorola Mobility unit, a U.S. trade judge said today.  —  In a one-paragraph notice, U.S. International Trade Commission Judge David Shaw sided with Microsoft in the case.
Joe Palazzolo / Wall Street Journal:
Deaf, Blind Sue Over Web Shopping  —  Advocates for Disabled Say Netflix, Target Are Legally Obligated to Make Sites Easier to Navigate  —  Commerce has moved online.  Now, the disability lawsuits are following.  —  Advocates for disabled Americans have declared that companies …
More: The Verge and VentureBeatTweets: @wsj
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Facebook Turns Off Website Internally To Force Mobile Development  —  Just how important is mobile to Facebook?  According to Facebook product manager Josh Williams, the former CEO of Gowalla, the social network's push toward mobility is crucial enough to its strategy to turn off Facebook's website internally.
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Inside ‘Apple Anonymous’: The Secret Society of Apple's Retail Army  —  Walk into any one of Apple's more than 400 retail stores across the globe and you will receive customer service that is typically unmatched in the consumer electronics industry.  The experience that an Apple Store customer receives …
More: iMoreThanks:@apollozac
Rip Empson / TechCrunch:
Crowdfunding Platform Crowdtilt Lands $12M From Sean Parker, Andreessen & More; Now Acquiring To Expand Into Mobile  —  After graduating from Y Combinator, Crowdtilt launched in February of last year to become “the Kickstarter for any group.”  More specifically, the startup has been on a mission …
Nick Summers / The Next Web:
Barnes & Noble is prepared to give you a free e-reader if it means you'll buy the NOOK HD+ tablet  —  Barnes & Noble is so desperate to sell its flagship NOOK HD+ tablet, that it's now prepared to throw in a NOOK Simple Touch e-reader for free.  —  The company, which is known for its chain …
Drew Olanoff / TechCrunch:
Posthaven Launches In Public Beta, Has Saved 850K Posts Since Posterous Announced Its Shutdown Date Of April 30th  —  Once Twitter acquired Posterous, we knew that it was going to shut down at some point, as there was no way that the micro-blogging service would support a fully featured alternative platform.
Thanks:@drew
Tom Warren / The Verge:
Elop throws an iPhone on Finnish TV, refuses to answer Lumia 928 questions  —  Nokia CEO Stephen Elop faced some tough questions from a Finnish TV presenter this week, focusing on the upcoming Lumia 928 handset.  In a show aired on commercial TV station MTV3 in Finland …

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