Blockbuster iPhone Sales and Flipboard’s New Round: AllThingsD’s Week in Review

The biggest stories in tech this week.
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Paperback Version of Jobs Best-Selling Bio to Be Released in Fall, With New Cover Shot of Young Steve

A new look for a new version of the book about tech’s greatest icon.
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Content Gains Allow Demand Media to Beat Wall Street Expectations on Q1 Earnings and Revenue

Strong performance of media properties added to the results.
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Coming to a City Near You: Apple to Do Tech Talks

With its June Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco selling out immediately, Apple said that — along with posting videos of the event — it would also be hosting “Tech Talks in a city near you.” No details yet, it sounds like the tech giant is going into the concert business for geeks again — it had done such talks with Apple developers at the time of the iOS 5 release.

With New Platform Updates, Facebook Continues Its Mobile Developer Lovefest

Developers, developers, developers.
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Missing From Surface Tablet: Barnes & Noble’s Nook App

When Microsoft agreed to invest $300 million in Barnes & Noble’s new subsidiary Nook Media LLC earlier this year, Barnes & Noble committed to creating a Nook e-reading app for Microsoft’s new Surface tablet. But with the tablet’s release Friday, that app is missing in action.

Viral Video: Bella Is Now a Sparkly Vampire

It’s not easy being undead.
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Groupon Doesn’t Care if You Got the Memo

Didn’t you get the memo? Because it’s all in the raspberry of a memo the social buying site sent out to — well, everyone — last week.
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Viral Video: “Rebirth” at Ground Zero

The terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York happened 10 years ago this fall. So, what’s the best way to remember?
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Flixster Update: Warner Bros. Very Interested, as Yahoo Drops Out of Bidding for Social Movie Site

Warner Bros. appears to be the frontrunner in various talks to buy Flixster, the social movie site, while Internet giant Yahoo has dropped out due to price concerns. Sources said the reason for interest from the Time Warner-owned studio is due to a spate of recent digital efforts, including its expansion of a movie rental experiment on Facebook.
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Nokia Nixes X7 on AT&T

Foodspotting Captures $3M Series A