Holiday Catch-Up: Here's What You Missed

We hope you’ve enjoyed a joyous holiday season. If you’ve been out of pocket, be sure to check out analyses of the key topics and companies we cover, including our look-backs at 2011 and what to watch out for in 2012. Plus, here are the news stories you may have missed:

»  SOPA Opponents Gain Momentum Heading Into 2012

»  Hulu Missing Out On The Facebook Sharing Gold Rush

»  iPad Rumors: High-Res Displays? Sure, But iWorld Launch Hard To Believe

»  Amazon Dances Around Kindle Sales Numbers (Again), But Kindle Fire Was Hot

»  Linear TV Consumption Is Growing, But Is Ad Spend?

»  Almost 40 Percent Of Facebook Use Is By Mobile App

»  Updated: NYT Mistakenly Sends Mass E-Mail Claiming Subs Have Canceled

»  Apple Wants To Offer Subscription TV Packages, Analyst Says

»  Research: Internet Is UK’s No. 2 News Source, But Only 3.8 Percent Pay

»  Online Video Sales Growing In China

»  NYT Will Sell Regional Papers For $143 Million

»  How The Long Tail Cripples Bonus Content/Multimedia

»  Record-Breaking Christmas For iOS, Android And Mobile Shopping

»  Updated: HarperCollins Sues Open Road Over E-Book Rights

»  Mobile Data Use Expected To Grow 21x By 2015

»  Wanna Download A Free Movie With No Legal Worries? Go Dutch.

»  Game On: HD Streaming Site FilmOn Debuts NCAA Basketball, Football Channels

»  Why Running A Mobile OS By Committee Can Be Very Hard

Plus, some other headlines:

» STV agrees surprise deal with Rangers

» SoundCloud raises $50 million round led by Kleiner Perkins

» Hackers target emails of UK’s Gordon Brown: report

» French Government Denies BitTorrent Piracy Allegations

» China sets new internet competition regulations

» Rupert and Wendi Deng Murdoch have joined Twitter

» Apple’s Jonathan Ive Knighted By Queen

» China’s 10 Most Wanted Smartphones

» UK music sales decline for seventh successive year despite downloads