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»  James Rubin Abruptly Departs Bloomberg (NYT/Media Decoder)

»  Publishers’ Digital Download Hopes Rise Ahead Of Kindl…

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»  James Rubin Abruptly Departs Bloomberg (NYT/Media Decoder)

»  Publishers’ Digital Download Hopes Rise Ahead Of Kindle Tablet Unveiling (paidContent)

»  Investor Carl Icahn sets his sights on RIM. Shares jump. (NY Times)

» Facebook‘s mobile head Erick Tseng claims the social network will be a “mobile company” within the next two years. (TechCrunch)

»  Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) cries foul over Verizon’s attempt to intervene in its case (and attempted injunction) against Samsung. (Foss Patents)

»  T-Mobile’s CTO Cole Broadman says the operator wants to offer subscribers a “no compromise” experience on the iPhone but cannot do it for now. (T-Mobile)

»  A look at how the declining fortunes of Nokia are impacting its suppliers. (Spoiler: it’s not in a good way.) (WSJ)

»  Can MediaOcean Compete with Google? (NSDQ: GOOG) (DigiDay)

»  I Made The Wrong Choice With Facebook (paidContent)

»  One more app for Nokia’s new MeeGo phone: Music-streaming service Spotify is coming to the device. (My Nokia Blog)

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