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* According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple (AAPL) is plunging ahead with plans for a TV that may incorporate voice and gesture-based technology, a form of AirPlay that would let iPhones and iPads act as remote controls, DVR storage, and iCloud. (The Wall Street Journal)
* A look at Carrier IQ, the controversial software service company that sends data from mobile phones back to the carriers. (CNNMoney)
* Business Insider estimates AOL's media business may be losing nearly $500 million a year. (Business Insider)
* How Match.com founder and CEO Gary Kremen created the world's largest dating web site and walked away with just $50,000. (The site is now on track to make $450 million in revenues for 2011.) (Business Insider)
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* Is Google (GOOG) working on an Amazon Prime competitor? The Wall Street Journal reports that the Internet giant wants to tackle Amazon's successful $79-a-year program, which offers features like expedited shipping, by letting its own users order goods online and receive them within a day. (The Wall MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 2, 2011 10:20 AM ET
A cellphone eavesdropping scandal casts a shadow on Apple's competitors
Have you heard that every text message, every e-mail, every phone number, every keystroke made on a Google (GOOG) Android phone may be secretly recorded, logged and sent to your cellular provider by a tracking service called Carrier IQ?
No? That's a surprise, because it's a scandal that's been brewing for several weeks -- ever since security researcher Trevor Eckhart discovered Carrier MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 30, 2011 5:42 PM ET
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