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Apple has a blockbuster quarter, UK mobile operator O2 leaks customers’ phone numbers to websites they access, and Obama’s State of the Union address is a Twitter hit. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Apple Q1 2012: $46.33B revenue, record $13.06B profit with $13.87EPS, 37.04M iPhones, 15.43M iPads sold: Read more

O2 fixes number sending issue, blames it on ‘technical changes” during routine maintenance: Read more

More than 760,000 tweets were sent during the State of the Union address: Read more