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The controversial fake gay Syrian blogger unmasks herself (or, indeed, himself) and stirs up the rage of genuine activists in the country, Samsung looks set to shake Nokia from the top of the mobile tree according to new analyst figures, and Google search results could be used to accurately predict the future of the economy. It’s all in today’s TNW Daily Dose.

Everything you need to know about yesterday’s WWDC keynote? We have a post with it all. China has been linked to an RSA security breach, but the country is trying to turn the tables onto the US. Skype is down. Again. Sounding familiar?

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Someone’s been mining Bitcoins inside the office of the Australian Broadcasting Company. But hey, at least they weren’t on Facebook, right? Apple’s multitouch patent news from yesterday might not be as big of a deal as people have made it out to be. Apple, Google and other big names are working alongside the US government toward patent reform.

Meanwhile, Apple has launched Final Cut Pro X, it’s latest video editing suite, on the Mac App Store and Nokia has announced its latest handset, the MeeGo-powered N9, but will anyone want it?

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RIM cuts over 10% of its workforce, some customers in the Japanese Apple App Store appear to have had their accounts hacked, and Facebook has an iPad app hiding in (almost) plain sight. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Samsung is reportedly backing out of its LCD display deal with Apple, while in Japan, there are more patent battle developments between the two rivals. Meanwhile, Netflix appears to have plans to launch in Asia. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.