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* Ousted Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz had some choice words for the company's board -- "These people f---ed me over," she told colleague Pattie Sellers -- despite having a non-disparaging clause in her employee contract. (Fortune)
* Meanwhile, Google also introduced a new music discovery service, Magnifier, that introduces music to new users based on their preferences. (9 to 5 Google)
* Reports speculate that Facebook will launch a music service of its own later this month in cooperation with streaming services Spotify, MOG, and Rdio. (CNN)
* Twitter CEO Dick Costolo held a company "State of the Union" yesterday highlighting some new user numbers. There are now 100 million active users -- users who log in at least once a month -- with half of those users signing in at least once a day. (Fortune)
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Take a picture with Lytro's soon to come camera and change the focus to any spot, with the click of a mouse. The only question most photo geeks have is "how much?"
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