New York Times (USA)• World Briefing | Middle East: Egypt: Bomb Hits Security Forces
• Obama Panel Said to Urge N.S.A. Curbs
• A Fraud Trial Centers on Not-So-Fine Wine and Sky-High Prices
• Sinosphere Blog: China Spins Mandela to Fit Its Political Narrative
• Opposition Leader?s Execution Spurs Protests in Bangladesh
• North Korea Says Leader?s Uncle Executed as a Traitor
• World Briefing | Europe: Britain: Rogues Are Outlaws No More
• World Briefing | Asia: Pakistan: Justice?s Crusade Closes
• Australians Strike Down Law Letting Gays Marry
• Israel Shelves Plan to Move Bedouins Amid Outcry
• World Briefing | Africa: Congo: Peace Deal With Rebels Signed
• Drone Strike in Yemen Hits Wedding Convoy, Killing 11
• World Briefing | Europe: Spain: Catalonia Calls Vote on Split
• World Briefing | Africa: Somalia: From Canada, a Candidate
• Belgian Senate Votes to Allow Euthanasia for Terminally Ill Children
• The Lede: Mandela Memorial Interpreter Speaks in His Own Defense
• U.N. Reports Attacks Using Chemicals In Syria
• Kosovo Attains Status of Nation (On Facebook)
• Investment From China May Be Near for Peugeot
• Vatican Is Found to Make Progress in Policing Its Bank
Guardian (UK)• Queen was furious at police for stealing wedding cashew nuts, court told
• Kim Jong-un's uncle Jang Song-thaek executed, say North Korean state media
• Budget deal passes House before Senate enters second night of partisan strife
• Syria: chemical weapons probably used in four more places, UN inspectors find
• Former FBI agent missing in Iran was working for the CIA ? report
• EU migrants face 100 new questions to make it harder to obtain benefits
• Plans to rework Labour-union link only get partial backing from Unite
• House passes Murray-Ryan budget deal by wide margin ? live updates
• UK food sector is 'soft touch for criminals', report says
• Worker accused of poisoning elderly care home residents in France
• David Cameron rebuked for backing Team Nigella as fraud trial rolls on
• Centrica-led consortium poised for Irish energy takeover
• Boris Johnson under fire over zero-hours contracts at City Hall
• Mandela memorial interpreter says he has history of violent behaviour
• Fleetwood Mac's Stevie and Christine: 'We were like rock'n'roll nuns'
Daily Mail (UK)• Revealed: American captured in Iran seven years ago was really a CIA operativ...
• Kim Jong Un's uncle Jang Song Thaek executed in North Korea as a 'traitor'
• Landscape Photographer of the Year
• Now furious Gove says its a disgrace to segregate students and accuses univer...
• Schoolgirl, 14, hanged herself after years of abuse that started when she was...
• High-profile cases of child killers hooked on extreme porn are just tip of th...
• Cook Christmas lunch early then reheat it, says Heston: Chef also says roast ...
• Specialist food crime unit should be set up to prevent another horsemeat scan...
• My tax disc? A snail ate it: How mechanic avoided shelling out for £100 fine
• Sons of ex-pat who left his £389,000 fortune to the British National Party be...
• Billionaire's son gave his dog away then kidnapped it
• Big firms' customer helplines to cost less: Airlines and high street stores t...
• Eurocrats forced couple off farm they wanted to give to their sons
• Hamper heaven! From £40 to £1,000, those gift baskets have never been so exotic
• Penpushers who set MPs' pay spend £70,000 on poll which shows public don't ba...
PC Magazine• Aereo Urges Supreme Court to Review Broadcasters' Suit
• HP Launches Windows 8 Educational Hub 'The Buzz'
• Carriers Agree to Support Cell Phone Unlocking
• Kik Messenger Tops 100M User Milestone
• Twitter Reveals 2013's Most Re-Tweeted Posts
• FCC Votes to Review Cell Phone Use on Planes
• SwiftKey Beta Update Adds Emojis, Number Bar
• It's a Blast From the Past With GTA: San Andreas for iOS
• Gmail to Display Images Automatically, Saving You Seconds
• Ford Unveils Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle
• Walmart to Sell iPhone 5c for $27, Boost PS4 Inventory
• EU Court Rejects Cisco's Challenge to Microsoft-Skype Deal
• Google Sheets Gets Performance Boost, Offline Access
• Instagram Direct Allows for Private Photo Sharing
• Continued Yahoo Mail Outage Irks Users
• The Fox, PSY Rule YouTube in 2013
• Bitcoin Hits the Big Time With $25M Coinbase Investment
• It's Not Just Wireless Charging, It's Rezence
• Facebook Rolls Out Auto-Playing Videos in iOS News Feed
• Samsung Loses Bid for iPhone, iPad Ban in South Korea
• Hands On With Project Spark for Xbox One
• Spotify Expands Free Listening; 2M Xbox Ones Sold; Angry Birds Go! Launch
• Catch a Case of Gadget Lust
• Will Congress Slam the Brakes on Self-Driving Cars?
• Qualcomm Not Tapping Intel for Foundry Work Just Yet
• Prototype Steam Machines Start Shipping Friday
• Apple TV Boosts App Lineup With ABC, Crackle, Bloomberg
• Pinterest iPad App Gets New Look for iOS 7
• Siri, Has Google Now Caught Up to You?
• Google Unveils White Nexus 7 Tablet
PC-World• Bitcoin market price app, 'Bitcoin Alarm,' is carefully cloaked malware
• The Kardashians hint at marketing potential for Instagram's messenger
• Microsoft may be desperate enough to offer Windows Phone and Windows RT for free
• FCC moves toward in-flight mobile use; Transportation may ban voice calls
• All five major US carriers agree to let you unlock your phone anytime you want
• Cisco cuts long-term revenue forecast
• Spiked with LIDAR sensors, Ford research car tracks objects and creates 3D maps
• Razer Comms connects gamers with free Android app
• Dell and Red Hat team to sell enterprise OpenStack
• Clockwise Podcast: Airing our grievances
• Rezence Wireless Power System to Launch by Year End
• Mozilla advises webmasters to implement X-Frame-Options security header
• Hacker gets 18 months for peddling computer access to U.S. national security lab
• SAP co-CEO to influence EU Internet taxation rules
• Airbnb hosts take to Twitter to lobby New York lawmakers
• Google updates Gmail to always display photos embedded in emails
• Cell phones on planes may be heading for the U.S., but will anyone use them?
• Avon halts work on global SAP implementation
• Dell establishes $300 million venture fund to invest in emerging tech
• New Instagram feature allows users to share photos, videos with specific people
• Switch to open source successfully completed, city of Munich says
• Yahoo Mail slowly recovers from epic outage, but some problems linger on
• Rackspace banks on DevOps to help companies automate cloud management
• Giving the gift of digital downloads
• Take that, Snapchat: Instagram Direct?s private messages stick around
• Google Sheets adds offline spreadsheet editing for Chrome users
• How to partition a hard drive
• ITU standardizes 1Gbps over copper, but services won't come until 2015
• Ban carriers from sharing phone records, privacy groups ask FCC
• Banks shouldn't use text messages for two-factor authentication
BusinessWeek• Let's Talk About Our Dread of In-Flight Phone Calls
• How Do You Say 'Gym Rat' in Chinese?
• Instagram Direct Is Facebook's Latest Play For Time
• Are You Ready for a Bitcoin IRA?
• Google's Bosses Scored Cheap Jet Fuel From NASA
• How I Unintentionally Forced Pirate Bay From Its Latest Haven
• Caesars Sues Massachusetts Over Casino Licensing
• Lululemon Sees Tight Times Ahead
• Why Antibiotic Makers Aren't Worried About FDA's Livestock Rules
• A Big Loss for Marriage Equality in Australia
• Congress Raises Alarm About Keystone XL Conflicts of Interest
• How to Make Sure You're Really Signed Up for Obamacare
• Hilton Pays Out Huge for Its Private-Equity Owner
• New Madoff Pain for JPMorgan's Weary Shareholders
• Iowa Farmland Values Hit a Record High
• The Latest Hobbit May Come Up Light on Loot
• Spotify Gets the Led Out
• SeaWorld's Latest Problem: Rock Stars Won't Perform There
• Why Gun Control Is Basically Dead
• Secret Weapon: Why Facebook 'Likes' Horse Laxatives
• Microsoft's Apple Investment: The Worst Deal of Them All?
• What Kind of Research is Worthy of the R&D Tax Credit?
• Wanted: More Startups in St. Louis. Reward: $50,000
• A Repair Shop Owner Wants Washington to Do More to Drive Business
• The Threat to Mandela's Economic Legacy
• Guess What? The U.S. and China Don?t Trust Each Other Much
• 'Corporate Social Responsibility' Reports in China: Progress or Greenwashing?
CNNMoney• Fuel efficiency hits new highs, government says
• Ford set for most aggressive expansion in 50 years
• Work the (office party) room
• Foxconn's worker hours still excessive - report
• Military retirees: You betrayed us, Congress
• Instagram launches direct messaging
• How much market risk are you willing to take?
• Investors book a stay with Hilton stock
• FICO opens up credit scores to small businesses
• Vatican's finance clean-up not over yet
• No, Virginia. There is no Santa Claus rally
• Lululemon shares plunge on poor outlook
• Uber: From taxis to deliveries on demand
• The remarkable renaissance of Land Rover
• Will the market actually cheer tapering?
• JPMorgan may settle charges over Madoff
• Apple supplier under scrutiny over death
• 500-page mortgage applications are the new normal
• Stocks' disappointing December continues
• I work 4 jobs and I'm still struggling
World Press• Nicaragua Strengthens Economic Ties with Europe
• Ukraine Protests: Euromaidan Has Real Potential
• Nelson Mandela: The Global Icon Goes Home
• Viewpoints: Saudi Arabia's Geopolitical Maneuvers
• Tapping into Latin America's Oil
• Education Boycott in Israel and Palestine
• Syria: Interview with Richard Gowan
• Libya Is a Failed State
• Egypt: Interview with Zachary Lockman
• Syria: Center of a Region Inflamed
• Religion in Eastern Europe
• Eastern Mediterranean Natural Gas Culminations
• Turkey's Diverse Resistance
• Bo Xilai: Anti-Corruption Failure in China
• Japan: Playing with Fire?
• Singapore: from Bilingualism to Biculturalism
• Extreme Energy, Extreme Implications: Interview with Michael Klare
• International Justice on an Uneven Playing Field
• Viewpoints: Hugo Chavez's Death
• Zimbabwe Food Security Threatened by Tobacco
• DR Congo's Silent Ordeal
• U.S. Upgrades Its Relationship with Africa
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