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February 11, 2016, 11:20 AM

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Manish Singh / NDTV Gadgets360.com:
Microsoft Says 74 Android OEMs Now Pre-Installing Its Apps; Acer Joins List  —  Microsoft's Windows Phone may have lost the battle to Android in capturing substantial market share, but it doesn't mean that there won't be footprints of the company's services and apps on your Android device.
Farhad Manjoo / New York Times:
Twitter's problem isn't that it stopped growing; it's that people expect it to keep growing  —  Twitter, to Save Itself, Must Scale Back World-Swallowing Ambitions  —  Twitter is the world's most important social network.  —  That might sound like the ravings of an addict …
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Michael Crider / Android Police:
LG Announces A Fancy Touch-Enabled Cover For The G5 Before The Phone Itself  —  LG is really excited about the G5.  So excited, in fact, that they just can't wait until Mobile World Congress later this month.  To tide themselves over for the next few weeks, the PR folks have officially announced …
Mark Scott / New York Times:
Source: Google to expand right-to-be-forgotten link removal to all domains when viewed from EU, starting February  —  Google Will Further Block Some European Search Results  —  Google is about to change how people view its search results in Europe.  —  The American technology giant …
Inside Airbnb:
New report claims Airbnb manipulated statistics when it released NYC dataset in December  —  How Airbnb's Data hid the Facts in New York City  —  On December 1 2015, Airbnb made data available about its business in New York City, with much fanfare.  This report shows that the Airbnb data release misled the media and the public.
Evan Blass / VentureBeat:
Alcatel OneTouch Idol 4S packaging will double as VR goggles  —  EXCLUSIVE:  —  For the fifth largest cellphone brand in North America — up from 13th as recently as 2014 — Alcatel OneTouch isn't nearly the household name that competitors Huawei and ZTE have become.
Mark Zuckerberg / Facebook:
Mark Zuckerberg says Marc Andreessen's comments are “deeply upsetting” and do not represent thinking of Facebook or himself  —  I want to respond to Marc Andreessen's comments about India yesterday.  I found the comments deeply upsetting, and they do not represent the way Facebook or I think at all.

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