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The fall of Microsoft’s Andy Lees: inside the Windows Phone power shift | The Verge

New Look on Delicious | Delicious Blog – goes after tumblr

Universal has ‘Tech News Today’ episode yanked from YouTube for reporting on MegaUpload promo video | The Verge

I, Cringely » The once and future WebOS – WebOS as middleware platform

The Real Story Behind Apple’s ‘Think Different’ Campaign – Forbes

Intel weakness not just about HDDs, says Nomura

Yay: Monster Hunter 3G makes 3DS’ best week ever |

Freakonomics: What Went Wrong? » American Scientist – hopefully this will put an end to it and the Malcolm Gladwell books

Samsung Was the Talk of Seoul, More than Usual, After Dealing With Hyundai – Korea Real Time – WSJ – preparation for handing over the reins of the Samsung chaebol?

How the proposed 2012 EU directive on data privacy could impact social media | FreshNetworks London

PC demand in China a concern, say PC supply chain makers – interesting that demand is softening. Is is consumer behaviour driven or economic?

Is Android the most closed open source project? | ExtremeTech

Apple aiming to improve iOS notifications further with fresh talent

Strategy Analytics: Microsoft to Capture 12 Percent of Western Europe Smartphone Sales in 2012 – MarketWatch

Beirut Bank Seen as a Hub of Hezbollah’s Financing –

I fought Facebook, and Facebook won | Econsultancy – makes Facebook look like a crack epidemic

Meet The Company That’s Stealing Facebook’s Ad Revenue

Microsoft’s Secret Plan For Office 365 Domination May Pass Through Parallels

Europe Thinks Open Data Could Add €40 Billion To Its Economy | paidContent

Nokia: Youths are fed up with iPhone, baffled by Android – Pocket-lint – so that’s why the 3GS is still kicking ass and taking names then is it?