Amazon launches AutoRip, giving US customers MP3 copies of CDs they’ve bought, Nokia fares surprisingly well in Q4 2012, and Digg’s new owners are bullish about its future. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Amazon launches “AutoRip,” a new service that gives you the MP3s for every CD you buy (but only in the US): Read more
  • Nokia sold 4.4 million Lumia smartphones in ‘solid’ Q4 2012; results ‘exceeded expectations’: Read more
  • New Digg owners claim the “Digg effect is back”, user base doubled in 5 months: Read more

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