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TNW’s Daily Dose: Sergey Brin wants to change US politics, Yandex gets mapping and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Sergey Brin wants to change US politics, Yandex gets mapping and more
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Sergey Brin calls for an end to party politics, Yandex rolls out its maps service and Microsoft might be planning a gaming tablet. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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  • Google co-founder Sergey Brin takes to Google+ to call for an end to party politics on election eve. Read more
  • Russian Internet giant Yandex rolls out mapping service for Europe and the US. Read more
  • Instagram’s new profiles show it has been soaking up Facebook’s DNA since the acquisition. Read more
  • Telefonica Digital steps into the cloud to rival Amazon with Instant Servers. Read more
  • Microsoft rumoured to be working on Xbox Surface, a 7-inch tablet designed specifically for gaming. Read more