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This article was published on November 29, 2012

    TNW’s Daily Dose: Syria’s Internet goes dark, Apple builds new digs and more

    TNW’s Daily Dose: Syria’s Internet goes dark, Apple builds new digs and more
    Jamillah Knowles
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    Jamillah Knowles

    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]

    The Syrian Internet goes down amid clashes with the government, Apple starts to build its new home in Santa Clara, Spotify reveals its top of the pops and Samsung cuts back on its drinking. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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    •  Syria goes dark after all international Internet connectivity is cut in the country. Read more
    • Apple spills into Santa Clara with new, tailored two-building campus for 1,200+ workers. Read more
    • Spotify reveals the most streamed songs, albums and artists of 2012. Can you guess what they are? Read more
    • Samsung to Korean employees: Fewer drinking games, more exercise please. Read more