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This article was published on October 11, 2012

    The Next Web’s Daily Dose: Security patches, pig recipes and more

    The Next Web’s Daily Dose: Security patches, pig recipes and more
    Jamillah Knowles
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    Jamillah is the UK Editor for The Next Web. She's based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live's Outriders. Follow on Twitter @jemi Jamillah is the UK Editor for The Next Web. She's based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live's Outriders. Follow on Twitter @jemimah_knight or drop a line to [email protected]

    Mozilla patches security flaws in Firefox, Google shows love to India, Twitter heads to South Korea and green pigs release a cook book. All this and more in the Daily Dose where we round-up 24 hours of tech news in under five minutes.

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    • As promised, Mozilla releases updated Firefox 16 with security patch for Windows, Mac, and Linux http://tnw.to/d5vR
    • Google’s biggest Street View update ever updates 250k miles of road worldwide and doubles collections. Read more
    • Google pushes out free SMS service for Gmail in India. Read more
    • Twitter opens office in Korea, puts focus on localised features and partnerships. Read more 
    • eBay tries to steal Pinterest’s secret recipe, ends up with flat beer and no friends. Read more
    • Anonymous demands free access after Wikileaks adds “paywall” for Stratfor Global Information Files. Read more 
    • Green ham and eggs: Rovio’s Bad Piggies cook up an iPad recipe book app. Read more