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Microsoft to allow developers to self-publish Xbox One games – CNET



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Microsoft to allow developers to self-publish Xbox One games
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Company will let developers use retail hardware for development, and it relents on a policy that required game makers to have a publisher to get onto the Xbox One. Josh Lowensohn. by Josh Lowensohn. July 24, 2013 1:46 PM PDT. Follow @Josh.
XBox Live Online Service Is DownWall Street Journal
Microsoft: Any Game Can Be Self-Published on Xbox OneMashable
Microsoft may soon have a more indie-friendly console than Sony or Nintendo VentureBeat
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Why Instagram video and Vine are apples and oranges – CNET



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Why Instagram video and Vine are apples and oranges
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With the unveiling of Instagram's new video tool, it's natural to want to compare it to Twitter's Vine tool. But the early consensus is that they're really very different. Daniel Terdiman. by Daniel Terdiman. June 21, 2013 4:00 AM PDT Follow @GreeterDan.
Instagram's Time Has ComeTheStreet.com
Facebook, Twitter looking more like each otherMarketWatch
Say goodbye to Vine as Facebook adds video to InstagramInquirer
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Apple: E-book pricing verdict could have ‘chilling effect’ – CNET



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Apple: E-book pricing verdict could have 'chilling effect'
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The three-week antitrust trial wrapped up Thursday, with both sides presenting their final arguments. Shara Tibken. by Shara Tibken. June 20, 2013 4:00 PM PDT Follow @sharatibken. NEW YORK — Apple warned that a guilty verdict in its e-book price-fixing 
Apple antitrust trial ends; ruling could be broadWashington Post
After closing arguments , Apple's fate in e – book antitrust case goes to judgePCWorld
'The issues have shifted' says the judge in the Apple e-book trialFortune
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Microsoft has ‘no plans’ to revisit Xbox One’s $499 price – CNET



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Microsoft has 'no plans' to revisit Xbox One's $499 price
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Even as the company backtracks on its unpopular game-sharing policy, a company executive tells CNET that it won't budge on the price for the console, some $100 more than the rival PlayStation 4. Jay Greene. by Jay Greene. June 19, 2013 5:41 PM PDT 
Microsoft backtracks on Xbox One sharing policiesFortune
Xbox One Eighty: Microsoft fails to sell the future, retreats to the pastArs Technica
Xbox One: Microsoft reverses stance on connectivity, sharingLos Angeles Times
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Vine videos hide clues to new design, features – CNET



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Vine videos hide clues to new design, features
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Vine, the popular 6-second video app from Twitter, appears to be readying the release of reworked mobile applications that look completely different and introduce new features. Wednesday, Vine co-founders Dom Hofman and Rus Yusupov used their quirky 
Facebook to livestream mysterious media event tomorrow… Instagram getting a MobileSyrup.com
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) Preparing To Add Video Sharing Feature To Its US Market Buzz
Ahead of Instagram's Video Launch, Vine Teases New Features and LayoutAll Things Digital
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Huawei Ascend P6: Meet Huawei’s new, super-skinny smartphone – CNET



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Huawei Ascend P6: Meet Huawei's new, super-skinny smartphone
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Earlier this year, Huawei impressed us with its super-skinny Ascend P2, but now the up-and-coming Chinese firm is looking to wow us a second time with the Ascend P6, a similar Android smartphone with a few hardware tweaks. Huawei is fond of crafting 
Huawei Shows Off Ascend P6, the 'World's Slimmest Smartphone'Mashable
Huawei Unveils Super-Slim Ascend P6 SmartphonePC Magazine
Huawei says Ascend P6 is world's 'slimmest' smartphoneBBC News
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Ready or not, compulsory Creative Cloud cometh – CNET



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Ready or not, compulsory Creative Cloud cometh
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Adobe's controversial all-Creative Cloud transition for its Creative Suite applications is now available to subscribers. Lori Grunin. by Lori Grunin. June 17, 2013 8:00 PM PDT Follow @LoriGrunin. Photoshop CC adds the Camera Raw dialog as a filter you can 
Adobe profit beats as Creative Cloud subscriptions soarReuters
Adobe hits Q2 targets while boasting record digital publishing figuresZDNet
Adobe releases major update to Creative Cloud desktop appsApple Insider
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Huawei reportedly ‘open’ to acquiring Nokia – CNET



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Huawei reportedly 'open' to acquiring Nokia
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The Chinese smartphone giant is "considering" buying Nokia, but it all depends on whether or not the ailing Finnish phone maker finally cracks. Zack Whittaker. by Zack Whittaker. June 18, 2013 11:33 AM PDT Follow @http://twitter.com/zackwhittaker.
Huawei 'considering' Nokia acquisition: reportZDNet
Huawei unveils Ascend P6, world's slimmest smartphoneThe Guardian
Huawei Unveils Super-Slim Ascend P6 SmartphonePC Magazine
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Google settles shareholder lawsuit over company control – CNET



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Google settles shareholder lawsuit over company control
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The settlement should clear the way for the Web giant to issue a new class of nonvoting shares, ensuring that the founders' majority control isn't diluted. Steven Musil. by Steven Musil. June 17, 2013 11:56 PM PDT Follow @stevenmusil. Google has reached a 
Google Settles Investor Lawsuit Over Common Stock SplitBloomberg
Google settlement clears way for new Class C stockReuters
Google Settles Shareholder Suit, Clears Path For Stock SplitForbes
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Google Chromebooks now in over 6600 stores – Register



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Google Chromebooks now in over 6600 stores
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Google has launched a major retail push for laptops running its web-based Chrome OS, with Chromebooks now available in more than 6,600 stores worldwide. That's more than three times as many stores as have carried the devices previously, according to 
Google Expands Retail Availability of ChromebooksWall Street Journal
Google Chromebooks Coming to Walmart, StaplesPC Magazine
Google's low-cost Chromebooks coming to 6600 …CNET (blog)
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