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Lunch Break Tech
Technology news headlines for the week of December 9, 2011: Panasonic enters mobile phone market; India requests screening of user content; French corporation bans internal email, goes social + IM. Read more

The shared experience of absurdity; Rackspace uses games to lure San Francisco talent; "Occupy Flash" movement to uninstall the Adobe Flash plugin; Steve Jobs, as portrayed by George Clooney?; and delegating time to maximize productivity. Read more

Federal Industry Minister Christian Paradis
The future of free energy; CRTC's ruling on internet billing could increase prices; hackers are targeting Canadian companies; Facebook identifies spammers; PayPal launches a Facebook app for sending money to friends; and the best productivity podcasts of 2011. Read more

A time-lapse view of Earth from space, alleged photos of "BlackBerry London" running BBX OS, the CRTC issues it's ruling on UBB, and productivity tips for Microsoft Outlook 2010. Read more

A robot that walks like a human, CRTC to issue UBB ruling, an interview with Jeff Bezos, and a notebook app that works on all your devices. Read more

Malcom Gladwell tells the tale of the Norden bombsight; a visual guide to Canada's battles in WWI using Google Earth; and a Windows app that hunts down email addresses. Read more

Growing anger over wireless bills; Adobe lays off 100 people in Ottawa; RIM's PlayBook will still support Flash; GO Transit now has a mobile app. Read more

Adobe kills mobile Flash; new BBX phones from RIM will still support BES; Microsoft is rolling out a new version of Hotmail; Google is discontinuing the Gmail app for BlackBerry devices. Read more
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