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January 6, 2014, 6:30 AM

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Michael Brown / PC World:
Lenovo announces new consumer desktop PCs at CES, including an Android all-in-one  —  Lenovo announces new consumer desktop PCs at CES, including an Android all-in-one  —  LAS VEGAS—Lenovo announced several new desktop PCs at CES.  And in a move that's sure to give Microsoft heartburn …
Michael Brown / PC World:
Lenovo's mobile CES portfolio: A new ThinkPad X1 Carbon, fresh convertibles, and tablets  —  LAS VEGAS—If you're a computer junkie craving PC and tablet news at CES, Lenovo has you covered this year.  The company is taking the wraps off not only its revamped ThinkPad X1 Carbon …
Tom Warren / The Verge:
Lenovo's latest Miix 2 tablets use magnets to convert into a laptop  —  Lenovo has used the Consumer Electronics Show to showcase its latest Windows 8-inspired designs previously, and this year is no different.  The top PC maker is refining its Yoga range, but it's also taking a slightly different approach to detachable laptops.
Evelyn M. Rusli / Wall Street Journal:
How Mark Zuckerberg turned around Facebook by prioritizing mobile ad revenues  —  Profitable Learning Curve for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg  —  In Taking Facebook Public, Reshaping It Around Mobile Phones, Chief Gained Focus on Bottom Line … MENLO PARK, Calif.— Mark Zuckerberg needed help.
Ashlee Vance / Businessweek:
Google Teams With GM, Honda, and Audi to Bring Android to Cars  —  That kid—the one in the back of the SUV with the iPad—is the automotive industry's worst enemy.  He's also the reason some of the world's biggest automakers are working with Google to bring its Android software into vehicle infotainment systems.
Kwame Opam / The Verge:
Nvidia debuts 192-core Tegra K1 processor  —  Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, after nearly a year of promising outsized computing power for so-called future “superphones,” took the stage at CES today to unveil the company's latest mobile processor for Android.  The 192 CUDA-core Tegra K1 …
Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
Roku Moves Beyond The Box, Partnering With Hisense And TCL To Introduce Roku TVs  —  Who would have thought that streaming set-top box manufacturer Roku would actually introduce a TV before Apple?  Well, it looks likely that's going to happen, thanks to partnerships with Hisense and TCL …
Arik Hesseldahl / Re/code:
Why FireEye Is the Internet's New Security Powerhouse  —  Shares of FireEye, the newly public Internet security firm, rose by more than 23 percent in trading on the Nasdaq this morning following yesterday's eye-popping $1.05 billion acquisition of another security firm, Mandiant.
Felix Salmon / Reuters:
Netflix can't afford content you want, so it scours a limited library for things you may like  —  Netflix's dumbed-down algorithms  —  Alexis Madrigal has a rollicking investigation into Netflix's movie genres — all 76,897 of them, from category #1 (African-American Crime Documentaries) …

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