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January 20, 2014, 10:05 AM

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Rolfe Winkler / Digits:
Google removes “Add to Feedly” and “Tweet This Page” extensions after they were paid to show adware  —  Google Removes Two Chrome Extensions Amid Ad Uproar  —  Google removed two Chrome browser extensions from its web store after it was discovered the software included code …
Wall Street Journal:
IBM Revives Effort to Sell Low-End Server Business  —  Revives An Effort That Came Close To Yielding A Deal Last Year  —  International Business Machines Corp. is exploring a sale of its low-end server business, according to people familiar with the matter, reviving an effort that came close to yielding a deal last year.
Stuart Dredge / Music Ally:
Spotify opens up merchandise-selling feature to all artists  —  Over recent weeks, more than 200 artists have been selling merchandise through their Spotify profiles, after the streaming music service announced a partnership with D2C firm Topspin to launch the new feature.  Now it's being opened up to everyone.
Paul Sieminski / Wired:
Corporations Abusing Copyright Laws Are Ruining the Web for Everyone  —  Picture this somewhat typical scenario: Before breakfast, you use WordPress to write your morning blog post, which includes a screen shot of a movie you saw last night, along with your thoughts about the film.
Dan Seifert / The Verge:
Oppo N1 review: first legit CyanogenMod phone lacks LTE, doesn't stand out next to competition  —  Oppo N1 review: CyanogenMod goes legit  —  Out of the hacker forums and into the real world  —  If you've ever owned an Android phone and have even lightly explored the world of custom ROMs …
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Mike Lennon / SecurityWeek:
Bluebox Security Raises $18 Million to Tackle Enterprise Mobile Threats  —  Tenaya Capital Joins Andreessen Horowitz, Andreas Bechtolsheim, and SV Angel in $18 Million Funding Round  —  Bluebox Security, a San Francisco, California-based mobile security company that has been operating …
Luke Edwards / Pocket-lint:
Samsung Galaxy S5 new UI leaks again looking like an attractive Google Now  —  Samsung's refreshed UI looks almost certain now.  Yet more photos have leaked online at the same time as the Galaxy S5 rumour mill gets up to speed.  —  We're expecting to see the new Samsung UI unveiled …

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