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Oregon mall gunman ID’d; motive unclear – and my top collection of links

December 14, 2012

I have got lots of technology related links to look over and a number of topics covering ITunes, Miami, Microsoft Surface, 4G, IOS, Oregon and Christmas.

Right, why don’t we get started. All the links:

  • “Forget the iPhone 5; the September Apple announcement that made us leap from our seats with a very un-British whoop was that of a new version of iTunes” – [Apple iTunes 11 – www.pcpro.co.uk]
  • McAfee in Miami: ‘I’m here. I’m hungry. I plan to eat.’ – “By Edward B” – [usnews.nbcnews.com]
  • Microsoft Surface tablet now available through Best Buy and Staples – “Microsoft Surface tablet now available through Best Buy and Staples December 12, 2012 By Lisa Eadicicco Microsoft has announced that it will expand sales of its Surface tablet to third party retailers. Some analysts have blamed the Surface tablet’s slow start on its limited retail availability, but now Microsoft is looking to change that” – [www.digitaltrends.com]
  • “Breakfast Briefing: Facebook‘s privacy update, Google shuns Windows 8, EE extends 4G – Breakfast Briefing: Facebook’s privacy update, Google shuns Windows 8, EE extends 4G Posted on 13 Dec 2012 at 09:20 Today’s technology stories include changes to Facebook’s privacy practices – again – no Gmail apps for Windows 8, and Google clamping down on SafeSearch sexual images” – [www.pcpro.co.uk]
  • “At this point, it seems to be an inevitability that Redmond will release Office apps for iOS in some form in early 2013, with Android (operating system) apps following soon after” – [In bringing Office to iOS, Microsoft is playing a dangerous game – arstechnica.com]
  • “Oregon mall gunman ID’d; motive unclear – Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts identifies the victims of a deadly shooting at an Oregon mall, saying there was “no apparent relationship” between the two and the shooter” – [usnews.nbcnews.com]
  • “The United States Congress could reprise its role as the Grinch who stole Christmas, as lawmakers continue to bicker toward an end-of-year fiscal cliff deadline that threatens to drag legislative drama through the holidays” – [The Congress that stole Christmas – nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com]
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