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U.S. should end Bush tax cuts to shrink debt: economist | Reuters

Project Glass – Google+ – augmented reality overlay in glasses, Google moving the web-of-no-web

British Conservatives evoke paedophiles to justify insane snooping law – Hypocritical oafs | TechEye

How to be a Hong Kong local: 10 tips on faking it |

Lumia 900 review | The Verge – not the blockbuster that Nokia hopes it will be: let down by average hardware and software issues

How Apple and Google help police bypass iPhone, Android lock screens | Privacy Inc. – CNET News

Apple holds the master decryption key when it comes to iCloud security, privacy

Facebook Threatens To Sue TechCrunch Commenter | TechCrunch – PR facepalm for Facebook

Surprise: Microsoft makes list of top 20 Linux kernel contributors – GeekWire

Everything You Wanted to Know About Data Mining but Were Afraid to Ask – The Atlantic

Tweeting, Friending, Poking, Liking And Other Virtual Habits, Now Happening IRL | The Creators Project – silly but talented web-of-no-web projects

The “D” in Action: Yahoo Layoffs Coming Wednesday, International to Be Hit Hard | PandoDaily

American Express UK: Official UK Site – Unbeatable world-class service

Google Art Project

Former Packeteer CEO brings startup, Pertino, out of the garage – – will give organizations with limited IT resources access to enterprise-class networking capabilities via the cloud

Redefining luxury for a mobile world — Mobile Technology News

Yahoo Is So Bloated, It Could Cut 25 Percent Of Its Staff And Nobody Would Notice | BusinessInsider trying to wring deep discounts from publishers | Seattle Times Newspaper

72 hours in Shanghai | Photographers Blog – amazing shoot, love the bit about how they did it

Attempt to extend graft law ‘hindered’ | – interesting in context with the Sun Hung Kai Properties case (paywall)

iPhone Tops Sales Charts at Each of Its U.S. Carriers – AllThingsD

Transparency as a User Experience Problem | Tech @ FTC

And you thought Jacqui Smith was bad! – Milo Yiannopoulos – The Kernel

New Analytics Tool Helps Brand Managers Identify, Track Facebook Advocates

STUDY: Facebook Timeline Doesn’t Affect Engagement

Yahoo dives deeper down the Node.js rabbit hole with open-source Mojito | VentureBeat

Britons Protest Government Eavesdropping Plans –

The next killer app: Machines that see – algorithms to do this are performance hungry. But it could radically change human computer interaction

Ofcom eyes LTE in 700-MHz band – will mean shifting over digital terrestrial TV to 600MHz. LTE on 700MHz not due for a while then

Audience reverse engineers human hearing for mobile

Microsoft moves logistics ops out of Germany due to lawsuit