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Between The Lines Columnist Windows Phone 8: Challenger Keeps Fighting
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Facebook Policy Vote: 10 Things To Know
Facebook users have until Dec. 10 to vote on proposed policy changes -- including whether you will be able to vote at all on future changes.

RIM's BlackBerry 10 To Block Certain Passwords
A file uncovered in early builds of BlackBerry 10 shows a list of 106 passwords that won't be allowed on RIM's new devices.

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Boston Taps SAP To Measure City Services
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