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December 30, 2013, 4:20 PM

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John Chen / CNBC:
BlackBerry CEO: we're focused on enterprise services, messaging, growing QNX adoption  —  BlackBerry CEO: Here's our new strategy  —  By: John Chen, executive chair and CEO of BlackBerry  —  It's been easy for competitors to promote negative stories about BlackBerry, focusing on the business of the past.
David Meyer / Gigaom:
Cisco “deeply concerned” over NSA backdoor claims  —  Cisco is investigating a claim by Germany's Der Spiegel that the company is among many whose devices have been backdoored by the NSA to assist in the agency's espionage efforts.  —  The Sunday article, which was based on leaked NSA documents …
Ben Gilbert / Engadget:
The man behind NYT Magazine's gorgeous covers is headed to Apple  —  You may not know the name Arem Duplessis, but you've no doubt seen his work on the cover of The New York Times Magazine in the past 10 years.  As design director at NYT Mag, he crafted some of the most stunning work …
Gopal Sathe / Livemint:
Google exec Steve Grove says Google+ could become the YouTube of live video  —  Steve Grove: Google+ could do for live video, what YouTube did for recorded video  —  With over three years in the Google+ team, and heading its community partner scheme, Steve Grove's role is to make sure …
Wall Street Journal:
Google to partner with Audi for Android-based dashboards, will compete with iOS in the Car  —  Google, Apple Forge Auto Ties  —  Consumer Electronics Show to Spotlight In-Car Digital Race … Technology giants Google Inc. and Apple Inc. are about to expand their battle for digital supremacy to a new front: the automobile.
Florian Mueller / FOSS Patents:
Nokia wins German patent injunction against all HTC Android devices including the One series  —  The New Year's Eve fireworks kicked off a day early at the Munich I Regional Court, where Judge Dr. Matthias Zigann just handed Nokia a Germany-wide patent injunction against all HTC Android devices …
Sean Hollister / The Verge:
Virtual reality check: why controllers haven't caught up to the Oculus Rift  —  When you put on the Oculus Rift, a virtual-reality headset, it feels like you're in another world.  You can turn your head in any direction and see things that don't exist as if they were right in front of you.
More: The Verge

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