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A teaser poster of a chinese firm's upcoming smartphone has a caricature of Adolf Hitler with a red armband that features the Apple logo in place of the Nazi swastika.
Our pick of 10 stories for this Weekend Reading List attempts to give you a wide range of reading with a bit of cinema, dollops of history and a pinch of security for that perfect blend.
Twitter's video-sharing app Vine has now announced to roll out support for high-definition videos.
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Apple

Apple is Hitler: Chinese CEO

A teaser poster of a chinese firm's upcoming smartphone has a caricature of Adolf Hitler with a red armband that features the Apple logo in place of the Nazi swastika.
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Tablets

Microsoft Office will be free for devices under 10.1 inches

10.1 inches is the dividing line for personal and professional user experiences. Professionals need the reliability and security of paid apps, while personal users are more interested in free.
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Microsoft

Yahoo, Microsoft extend search partnership talks for 30 days

Yahoo and Microsoft began a 10-year search partnership in 2010, in a deal crafted by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz.
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