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January 19, 2014, 4:15 AM

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Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple continues hiring raid on medical sensor field as it develops eye scanning technology  —  Apple is moving to expand its personnel working on wearable computers and medical-sensor-laden devices by hiring more scientists and specialists in the medical sensor field.
Vindu Goel / NYT Bits:
Former Yahoo COO De Castro was paid more than CEO, made at least $88M for 15 months of work  —  Yahoo's No. 2 Executive Made More Than His Boss (and Virtually Everyone Else)  —  It's hard to shed too many tears for Henrique de Castro, who was fired this week as Yahoo's No. 2 executive.
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / Forbes:
Marc Andreessen Is Using Twitter Like A Real Human, And It's Amazing  —  Nowadays, if you're a prominent or powerful person, a Twitter presence has become de rigueur.  But for the vast majority of those who tweet, their Twitter account is just a feed for press releases.
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post:
Security firm IntelCrawler says it has identified Target malware author  —  Security firm IntelCrawler said Friday that it has identified a Russian teenager as the author of the malware probably used in the cyberattacks against Target and Neiman Marcus, and that it expects more retailers to acknowledge that their systems were breached.
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Lightroom for iPad briefly appears on Adobe's website, coming soon with $99/year cloud subscription  —  Adobe will soon make the iPad an even more viable solution for mobile content creation: the company will soon unleash a version of its popular Lightroom photo editing suite that is optimized for tablets.
Chris Davies / SlashGear:
Lax Android in-app purchase rules could get Google Play FTC attention [Updated]  —  Google has been been criticized for having just the sort of lax in-app purchase policies in the Google Play store that Apple will pay out a hefty $32.5m to settle over, after parents complained their children …

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