July 12, 2014, 6:20 PM

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Kim-Mai Cutler / TechCrunch:
Silicon Valley's Real Estate Crunch Is A Golden Opportunity For Other American Cities  —  Curse CEO Hubert Thieblot moved his company headquarters to “Rocket City” Huntsville, Alabama from San Francisco last year.  —  When Curse CEO Hubert Thieblot told his employees last year that he was moving …
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Ed Summers / inkdroid:
Bot @congressedits tweets all anonymous Wikipedia edits made from Congressional IP addresses  —  why @congressedits?  —  Note: as with all the content on this blog, this post reflects my own thoughts about a personal project, and not the opinions or activities of my employer.
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple China denies location tracking claims: we're ‘deeply committed to protecting the privacy of all our customers’  —  This past week, Chinese State TV called the iPhone a “national security concern” because of its location tracking capabilities.  The iPhone's operating system utilizes location …
Brandon Bailey / Mercury News:
Google expands in San Francisco: leases office space at 1 Market Street, buys 8-story building at 188 Embarcadero  —  Google expanding its San Francisco offices  —  Google is expanding its already sizable presence in San Francisco by leasing space in one office tower and buying another on the Embarcadero …
Sarah Buhr / TechCrunch:
Curated Food Delivery Startup Caviar In Talks To Be Acquired By Square For $100 Million  —  Curated food delivery startup Caviar is in talks to be acquired by Square in a deal that could be worth at least $100 million, according to several sources.  While we've heard the deal is slated …
Danny Sullivan / Marketing Land:
Just Like Facebook, Twitter's New Impression Stats Suggest Few Followers See What's Tweeted  —  Twitter has new analytics available that let anyone understand exactly how viewed their tweets are.  Those stats also clear something else up.  Just like Facebook, what you share on Twitter isn't seen by all your followers.
Barton Gellman / Washington Post:
Washington Post writer responds to criticism of analysis of 160K conversations intercepted by the NSA, sheds light on data set, analysis methods  —  How 160,000 intercepted communications led to our latest NSA story  —  The Debrief An occasional series offering a reporter's insights
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget:
Samsung updates app store, rebrands it as Galaxy Apps, will offer “hundreds of apps” exclusive to Galaxy devices  —  Samsung keeps its distance from the Android pack with Galaxy Apps store  —  Samsung has spent the last several years trying to separate itself from the rest of the Android pack.
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Apple launches new Swift blog, offers Xcode 6 beta for free  —  Apple's new Swift programming language has attracted a lot of interest from developers since it was announced last month at WWDC, and now the company is looking to get it in the hands of more developers.

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