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Facebook for iOS has gotten a small update today that adds a couple of nice changes. Foremost is the ability to very quickly edit the privacy of a given post. The NSA surveillance controversy continues this week, and TNW would be remiss to keep you out of the loop. Google has filed a petition with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court citing its first amendment rights as it asks for permission to disclose controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) requests. Adobe today announced that publications created with its Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) have surpassed a total of 100 million publication downloads. Today Adobe reported its second quarter financial performance for the 2013 fiscal year, including revenue of $1. Kiip has announced reaching over 1,000 apps integrated with its mobile rewards platform and 500 million “engaged moments” per month on its platform as it opens up self-service opportunities for. Google is updating its search results pages on the desktop today to show an interactive “carousel” of nearby restaurants, bars and other local places. I saw my friend Zack Shapiro talking on Twitter one day about wanting to teach a Ruby on Rails class for beginners. Zoom. Today, in an interview with the Financial Times, Huawei’s Richard Yu stated that his company is “open-minded” to purchasing Nokia. The rolling circus of a process to take Dell private took a fresh tumble today with the introduction of an offer from activist investor Carl Icahn to purchase $1.