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January 7, 2011

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, January 07 2011

Our pick of the morning reading

By Cbr Rolling Blog

The 5 biggest tech losers of 2010 (The Virtual Circle)
Robin Bloor looks at the tech firms that have had an annus horibilis and seen their market cap decline. It makes some worrying reading for some of the biggest names in the industry.

Facebook versus Google circa 2004 (The Wall Street Journal)
Is Facebook worth $50bn? As people ponder that question this week, Ben Worthen decided to look at Google, the Internet’s previous wunderkind.

Facebook could rack up $1bn in profit this year (GigaOm)
As Goldman Sachs lines up private investors for its Facebook fund, which appears to have already closed due to high demand, numbers are beginning to leak out about the social network’s financial picture, including — for the first time — credible reports of how much the company is making in profits.

Apple goes after the parody @CeoSteveJobs Twitter account (TechCrunch)
Days after California passed a bill criminalising certain online impersonations, the person behind the @ceoSteveJobs Twitter account tells TechCrunch that someone from Apple has complained to Twitter about the @ceoSteveJobs Twitter account.

What extra chips may really mean for Microsoft (Financial Times)
It’s not just about tablets, and it’s not about giving makers of Arm-designed chips a foothold in the traditional PC world. When Richard Waters caught up with Arm president Tudor Brown in Las Vegas on Thursday, he had a much bigger story to tell…

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