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This article was published on January 9, 2013

TNW’s Daily Dose: WSJ says Apple plans a cheaper iPhone, LinkedIn hits 200 million users, and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: WSJ says Apple plans a cheaper iPhone, LinkedIn hits 200 million users, and more
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Apple is reportedly working on a cheaper iPhone according to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft will transition Messenger users to Skype in March, and LinkedIn passes 200 million users. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Apple to release “less-expensive” iPhone in 2013, reports WSJ: Read more
  • Microsoft confirms Messenger will be retired and users migrated to Skype on March 15: Read more
  • LinkedIn hits 200 million members from more than 200 countries: Read more

  

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