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This Isn’t the Petition Response You’re Looking For | We the People – smart US government response to a petition to start construction on a Death Star in 2016

Flickr Photos Added to Yahoo! Image Search – I thought this was done 7 years ago?

Two supercomputers crunched the data and concluded high frequency trading has “little impact on our lives”

Nokia: Yes, we decrypt your HTTPS data, but don’t worry about it — Tech News and Analysis – but knowing that exists could encourage hackers to break Nokia so that they can sit in on the man-in-the-middle attack

EU Antitrust Chief: Google “Diverting Traffic” & Will Be Forced To Change – it will be interesting to see what the EU comes up with

Better than Nielsen: Twitter breaks down TV behavior by demographics, device, and genre | The Verge

Topspin’s Ian Rogers to Head Beats’ New Music Subscription Service – AllThingsD

Schiller: Despite popularity of cheap smartphones, they won’t be the future of Apple’s products – The Next Web

Future Internet Architectures Aim to Better Serve Billions of Tablets and Smartphones | MIT Technology Review – new ideas in network architecture

Panasonic halting LCD production to focus on OLED TV and 4K tablet – News – Trusted Reviews – all of those LCD plants could seem like a millstone for Samsung et al in a couple of years

Yahoo’s Mail And Search Traffic Drops – Business Insider – not surprised by the search numbers, the mail numbers are more alarming

CES: Sunnyvale chipmaker Invensense seeks to bring GPS indoors – San Jose Mercury News

China’s Sina Weibo Rolls Out Partial English Interface [UPDATE: Sina Confirms] – it is inconsistent, but promising development

A more complete picture of the iTunes economy | asymco

The Technium: Pain of the New – interesting review of high frame rate (HFR) film screenings and the initial consumer reaction to many pieces of technology

Apple slashes price on Thunderbolt cable, releases additional shorter model | 9to5Mac – interesting that this story ranked so highly in Techmeme despite CES

Tablets Will Overtake Laptops in 2013 – AllThingsD – in the same way that mainframes and workstations / mini-computers haven’t died out but become specialised