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It seems that Sony laid off a number of potentially critical security employees just two weeks before the PSN intrusion happened. Apple has doubled the production on its MacBook Air line, looking at potentially huge boosted sales numbers. The Winklevoss twins just won’t give up, and now they’re taking their case against Facebook back to Boston. The US Congress has finally passed a patent reform bill, now we’ll need to wait for it to go into law.
Meanwhile, Apple has launched Final Cut Pro X, it’s latest video editing suite, on the Mac App Store and Nokia has announced its latest handset, the MeeGo-powered N9, but will anyone want it?
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TNWDailyDose 24-06-2011 by TNW Daily Dose
Sony cut online security staff two weeks before it was hacked http://t.co/zdh1rfz
Apple reportedly to double MacBook Air deliveries in third quarter http://t.co/ilcWWfh
Winklevoss twins continue Facebook legal drama in Boston http://t.co/BD0RdMr
US Congress passes patent reform bill http://t.co/jyh335J
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