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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Senior Correspondent Arnold Woodworth has the Saturday roundup for you

Apple Scores Legal Victory Over Samsung In South Korea

Why Apple Is Rejecting Bitcoin Apps

Apple is simply protecting itself from legal repercussions until regulators can come to some sort of consensus on how to treat the digital currency.

Bitcoin is not illegal, but it is also not legally recognized by governments as a currency. This gray area is what is leading Apple to reject Bitcoin-transaction apps.

11 Bitcoin Myths

The Perfect Steve Ballmer Quote To Illustrate What Went Wrong At Microsoft

In the last five years, probably Apple has made more money than we have.  But in the last 13 years, I bet we've made more money than almost anybody on the planet.  And that, frankly, is a great source of pride to me.

Ballmer explains that from day one, his job at Microsoft was to think about money.

This is the problem with Ballmer and his run at Microsoft.  His starting point for any decision at the company centers on money.  He thinks about how Microsoft will make, or lose, money on a product.

Twitter quickly reverses policy on user blocking after backlash

Twitter quickly reversed a controversial policy on user blocking after a backlash over a system that would have let someone who was shut out by another to still be able to see that user's tweets.

The change, unveiled late Thursday, also would have meant that users who were blocked by others would know not that they've been blocked.

The policy purportedly was aimed to curb retaliation against users who blocked other users.

5 Ways Hackers Get In And How To Stop Them

Identity Theft Now Costs Far More Than All Other Property Crimes COMBINED

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