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January 10, 2014, 1:50 PM

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Don Reisinger / CNET:
Target reveals personal information for 70 million people stolen  —  Target's data breach is a bit broader than once believed.  —  The major retailer on Friday announced that up to 70 million customers have had their personal information stolen as part of the company's payment card data breach.
Bill Flook / TechFlash:
Exclusive: LivingSocial CEO Tim O'Shaughnessy to step down  —  LivingSocial Inc. CEO Tim O'Shaughnessy told staff Friday he plans to step down as chief executive of the D.C.-based deals company.  —  O'Shaughnessy will remain CEO until his replacement can be found, which is expected …
Daisuke Wakabayashi / Wall Street Journal:
Apple Devices Flow Into Corporate World … As technology shifts from personal computers to smartphones and tablets, Apple Inc. is expanding its reach into a lucrative customer base: companies.  —  The popularity of the iPhone and iPad among employees is prompting corporate tech managers …
Siobhan Gorman / Wall Street Journal:
Obama Readies Revamp of NSA  —  WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama is leaning toward extending broad privacy protections to non-U.S. citizens and is seriously considering restructuring the National Security Agency program that collects phone-call data of nearly all Americans, officials familiar with the process said on Thursday.
Susan Decker / Bloomberg:
Apple Wins Appeal in Motorola's Smartphone Patent Case  —  Apple Inc. (AAPL) didn't infringe a patent owned by Google Inc. (GOOG)'s Motorola Mobility unit over mobile-phone technology, a U.S. appeals court ruled today.  —  The ruling, posted on the website of the U.S. Court of Appeals …
Sean Hollister / The Verge:
PlayStation Now will require a DualShock controller for TVs, tablets, and phones  —  PlayStation Now could be the future of gaming, but you're going to need a proprietary controller to play.  Though Sony has announced that the streaming game service will come to tablets and smartphones …
David Moskowitz / Coin Republic:
Singapore Tax Authorities (IRAS) Recognize Bitcoin and Gives Guidance  —  Singapore, January 8, 2014: While most governments are scratching their heads about how to handle Bitcoin, Singapore has once again shown its leadership in the region by letting Bitcoin businesses and merchants know how to handle taxation on transactions.
Eric Eldon / TechCrunch:
It's Never Too Early To Say Goodbye  —  “You can't just quietly slip out the door,” I've been told by too many people I trust.  So okay, fine, here's this post!  —  Since you asked, TechCrunch is in a really good place right now.  —  The various numbers we use to measure ourselves …

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