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Amit Singhal / The Official Google Blog:
Search, plus Your World  —  Google Search has always been about finding the best results for you.  Sometimes that means results from the public web, but sometimes it means your personal content or things shared with you by people you care about.  These wonderful people and this rich personal content …
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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google's Results Get More Personal With “Search Plus Your World”  —  Google's search results are undergoing their most radical transformation ever, as a new “Search Plus Your World” format begins rolling out today.  It finds both content that's been shared with you privately along with matches …
Craig Eisler / Kinect for Windows Blog:
Starting February 1, 2012: Use the Power of Kinect for Windows to Change the World  —  We're thrilled at the sales we've seen for Kinect - 18 million sold in the past year - and we were honored to receive a Guinness World Record for the fastest selling consumer electronics device ever.
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Matt Rosoff / Business Insider:
WATCH: Microsoft's Tweet Choir, The Weirdest CES Keynote Moment Ever  —  Microsoft must have been jealous of all the press Samsung got last year for the dancers at its CES keynote.  —  Or maybe this was somebody's strange idea of fun.  —  Whatever the reason, halfway through Steve Ballmer's CES keynote …
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter:
Microsoft's Last CES Keynote: Old Demos and Very Little News
Jason Costa / Twitter Developers:
Twitter's new @handle distribution pilot program  —  @jasoncosta Jason Costa  —  Today we introduce a new pilot program for distributing Verified Account @handles and public profile metadata to developers, media and content services, and consumer device manufacturers.
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Jolie O'Dell / VentureBeat:
Twitter gives developers new access to Verified Accounts  —  Twitter has just announced a new pilot program for developers to get handles and metadata about Verified Accounts.  —  Verified Accounts are held by persons of note — musicians, celebrities and other public figures.
MG Siegler / parislemon:
Why I Hate Android  —  Why do I hate Android?  It's definitely one of the questions I get asked most often these days.  And most of those that don't ask probably assume it's because I'm an iPhone guy.  People see negative take after negative take about the operating system and label me as “unreasonable” or “biased” or worse.
Adrian Goldberg / BBC:
Google admits profiting from illegal Olympic ticket ads  —  Google earns millions of pounds from its online advertising service, AdWords  —  Google is profiting from ads for illegal products generated by its flagship automated advertising system, the BBC has found.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Apple CEO Tim Cook didn't really make $378 million in 2011  —  His salary was $900,017.  His 401(K) grew by $14,700.  To get the rest he has to stick around Was Tim Cook really the highest-paid CEO of 2011, as the Associated Press and others suggest?  Only if you believe a bird in the bush is worth as much as a bird in the hand.
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
Samsung vs. Google  —  Android is a huge success.  Google bought Andy Rubin's company in 2005 and turned it into a smartphone operating system giant, with more than 50% of the global market and 700,000 activations a day this past December.  —  Perhaps, as Steve Jobs seemed to think …
Discussion: Computerworld, GigaOM and Beyond Search
Jeff Blagdon / The Verge:
Corning's Gorilla Glass 2: 20 percent stronger means thinner displays  —  We're all acquainted with Corning's damage-resistant Gorilla Glass — it's been used in over 600 million devices since it was released.  Tonight at Pepcom, Corning is demonstrating its new Gorilla Glass 2 …
Ian Delaney / Nokia Conversations:
Nokia Lumia 900 - Born for the USA  —  LAS VEGAS, NV, United States - Nokia announces its biggest yet thinnest Windows Phone to date with the Nokia Lumia 900, its first phone to support high-speed LTE data transfers.  —  As our exclusive video shows, this powerhouse was built exclusively …
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Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
BlueStacks Bringing Android Apps to Windows 8  —  Start-up BlueStacks, whose trick is bringing Android apps to Windows, plans to bring its act to Windows 8.  —  At the Consumer Electronics Show, the company is showing how each Android app can appear as its own Metro-style app in Windows 8′s new start screen.
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Comcast Begins Rolling Out ‘AnyPlay’ Live TV Streaming for iPad  —  Back in September, we reported on a leaked document from cable and Internet provider Comcast revealing details on the company's forthcoming “AnyPlay” live television streaming service.  While Comcast is not the first cable provider …
Kevin Lincoln / Business Insider:
THE RAID ON AOL: How Vox Pillaged Engadget And Founded An Empire  —  Engadget seemed healthy.  —  Back at the beginning of February, AOL's marquee technology blog was coming off its most trafficked month in site history.  It had survived the reorganization that gutted many of AOL's other verticals …
Discussion: @ryan
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
A Year After iPad Launch, News Corp.'s Daily Comes to (Some) Google Tablets  —  A year after it launched on Apple's iPad (and much longer than All Things Digital had reported), News Corp.'s Daily tablet newspaper is coming to Google's Android.  The tabloid-style publication will come pre-loaded …
Ben Popper / Betabeat:
Makerbot Replicator: Bigger, Better and Now Two Color  —  3D printing for the masses has always been the mission of Brooklyn-based Makerbot.  Today the company unveiled the Makerbot Replicator, a souped up version of its original device.  It lets users print way bigger items …
Discussion: MakerBot Industries
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog:
Oracle rolls out big data play with aggressive price, Cloudera  —  Summary: Oracle comes out with a big data appliance just north of $500,000, a good $250,000 below expectations.  Cloudera goes along for the ride.  —  Oracle said its big data appliance is now available and an aggressive price point means …
Discussion: TechCrunch, GigaOM and The Register
Alexei Oreskovic / Reuters:
Facebook's newest frontier: inside the car  —  (Reuters) - At restaurants, at movies and at the office, checking Facebook has become a regular habit for many of the Internet social network's more than 800 million users.  —  Now that habit has reached a new frontier: the automobile.
Om Malik / GigaOM:
How France's Free will reinvent mobile  —  Xavier Niel, the maverick founder of Iliad, the company behind Free.fr broadband service is about to redefine the mobile landscape, perhaps as early as tomorrow when he launches the much-talked about Free Mobile.  In doing so, he will redefine …
Mikael Ricknas / Computerworld:
Visa certifies smartphones for NFC payments  —  Visa has added smartphones from Samsung Electronics, Research In Motion and LG Electronics to the list of devices it has certified to work with the 185,000 NFC-based payWave payment terminals in Europe.  —  Visa has added smartphones …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Myspace Plans “Over The Top” Web TV Service  —  Lots of folks are waiting for Google, or Apple, or Verizon or someone to offer a Web video subscription service that would rival cable TV.  —  None of those guys have announced their plans for that, yet.  But Myspace has: It says it will offer an …
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Dylan Tweney / VentureBeat:
Myspace reinvents itself as an “entertainment experience,” with help from Panasonic and Justin Timberlake
Discussion: AllThingsD and SlashGear
Jordan Kahn / 9to5Google:
Google announces Galaxy Nexus coming to Sprint with Google Wallet support  —  There were rumors stemming from leaked advertisements that claimed the Galaxy Nexus, which is currently exclusive to Verizon, would land on Sprint.  Today Google confirmed the rumors with an official announcement through …
Miyoung Kim / Reuters:
Samsung confident of outselling Nokia in 2012  —  (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co, the world's biggest technology firm by revenue and the world's No.2 handset maker, is confident of its handset shipments overtaking that of Nokia this year, its chief executive said on Monday.
Heather Smith / Bloomberg:
Oracle Probed in France on HP Complaint Over ‘Eviction Strategy’  —  Jan. 10 (Bloomberg) — Oracle Corp. is under investigation by France's competition regulator after Hewlett-Packard Co. complained that Oracle used discriminatory practices on its licensing and support for products based on Intel Corp. systems.
 
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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
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Mark Hosenball / Reuters:
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Jacob Schulman / The Verge:
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Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
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Sarah E. Needleman / Wall Street Journal:
The Race to Nab Web Addresses
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Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
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