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Google retail stores will prove it’s a hardware company, too – and more links for you

February 20, 2013

We’re talking about companies (Anonymous (group), LG Display and Retail), people (Barack Obama) and everything in between.

OK, the links are:

  • Hacker allegedly linked to Anonymous (group) dumps 583,000 email addresses and passwords from Israeli portal Walla – “The breach was first noted by Israeli publication Haaretz (paywall)” – [thenextweb.com]
  • “Obama returns to the bully pulpit – White House vs. MSM – Sanford goes on TODAY – Retirement watch for 2014 – On Johanns and bipartisanship – Simpson-Bowles, Part 2 – And for the GOP, time to move away from Reagan? By Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Domenico Montanaro, and Brooke BrowerPresident Barack Obama speaks to students and guests during a visit to Hyde Park Academy High School on Feb. 15, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois” – [firstread.nbcnews.com]
  • Apple partner LG Display invests $650M in OLED screens – “Apple partner LG Display invests $650M in OLED screens LG Display, a major provider of screens to Apple, has announced plans to invest more than $650 million in OLED technology” – [appleinsider.com]
  • Google retail stores will prove it’s a hardware company, too – Google is set to open some retail stores for displaying and selling its hardware,9to5 Google reported Friday” – [arstechnica.com]
  • NVIDIA Tegra 4i announced, 2.3 GHz quad-core and 4G LTE for all – “It’s called the Tegra 4i and is geared for the mass smartphone market with integrated 4G LTE” – [androidcommunity.com]
  • Microsoft quietly raises prices of Mac Office by up to 17 percent – Microsoft quietly raises prices of Mac Office by up to 17 percent Also dumps multi-license packages — all to make Office 365’s subscription pricing more attractive Microsoft has quietly raised prices of Office for the Mac as much as 17 percent and stopped selling multi-license packages of the application suite” – [images.infoworld.com]
  • “Last month BlackBerry (as the company formerly known as RIM) revealed that it would not release BlackBerry 10 devices in Japan and would instead withdraw from the market” – [After withdrawing from Japan, BlackBerry is reportedly considering an exit from Korea – thenextweb.com]
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