News to know: Fake Steve Jobs outed; Dateline vs. DEFCON; Microsoft and 3D

News to know: Fake Steve Jobs outed; Dateline vs. DEFCON; Microsoft and 3D

Summary: Notable headlines:New York Times: A Mystery Solved: ‘Fake Steve’ Blogger Comes Clean. Damn, I am so busted, yo.

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Notable headlines: New York Times: A Mystery Solved: ‘Fake Steve’ Blogger Comes Clean. Damn, I am so busted, yo. Larry Dignan: Fake Steve Jobs outed by New York Times. Techmeme.

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Topics: Microsoft, Apple

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