Tuesday, January 25, 2011

News & Links List

"Twitter Hits Nearly 200M Accounts, 110M Tweets Per Day, Focuses On Global Expansion" Forbes

"Apple's Making It Impossible To Open Up Your iPhone By Secretly Swapping Its Screws" Gizmodo

"Comparison Chart: Motorola XOOM Vs. IPad" DroidLife

"A new look for Google Translate for Android" Google Mobile Blog

"Google Launches Global Online Science Fair" Fast Company

"Dear Michael Arrington" Josh Topolsky

"CES: Motorola Xoom wins Best of Show. Here's why." CNET

"Quora Answers The Question: How Will You Avoid Becoming Yahoo Answers?" TechCrunch

"Facebook at $50 Billion Looks More Like Tencent Than Google" BusinessWeek

"A Goldman Unit Is Said to Have Rejected Facebook" NYTimes's DealBook

"Facebook Raises $1.5 Billion At $50 Billion Valuation" TechCrunch

"Five reasons why I'm not buying Facebook" Fortune

"Amazon’s Disruptive Android App Store Now Open To Developers — Full Details" TechCrunch

"Did StumbleUpon just pass Facebook for social media traffic?" The Next Web

"Top 20 business ideas & opportunities for 2011" Springwise

"Retracted autism study an 'elaborate fraud,' British journal finds" CNN

"Women at risk donating eggs" Washington Times

"A Predictable Tragedy in Arizona
We emptied state mental hospitals starting in the 1960s without providing adequate treatment alternatives."

"'It Did Not'
A rebuke from Obama leads the New York Times to run from the fight it started."

"Alumna Euna Lee Shares Her Incredible Story of Captivity in North Korea" Academy of Art University

"South Korea delivers setback to Somali pirates, and a warning to North Korea" Christian Science Monitor

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