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April 14, 2014, 8:25 AM

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Alyson Shontell / Business Insider:
FRED WILSON Q&A: The Legendary Investor Talks Retirement, Tumblr's Exit, And Getting Over A Tough Year  —  It took Fred Wilson 10 years to become what he calls a “half-way decent” venture capitalist.  It took him 20 to become a startup legend.  —  Lately, rumors have swirled that the Zynga …
Kevin C. Tofel / Gigaom:
Chrome Remote Desktop for Android beta being tested  —  Remotely accessing a computer isn't new and there are plenty of options to do so.  One of the newest is coming from Google however: The company has been working on an Android version of its Chrome Remote Desktop app for nearly a year and a full release is likely imminent.
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Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
As phone designs homogenize, some manufacturers experiment with unused rear space  —  Phones Go Back To The Future  —  I'm no fan of LG's rear smartphone control keys — but turns out the company had its finger on the pulse of looming hardware disruption when it ushered in those backside smartphone controls last summer, with the G2.

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