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Booting Up: Apple Is Testing Wireless Charging for Its Smart Watch

Expensive GoPro ad. (Photo: YouTube)

A leak on Fancy.com might show what the new Twitter Commerce service looks like. [Recode]

Apple is reportedly looking to use a curved display, inductive wireless charging and solar panels to power its iWatch. [New York Times]

Facebook Graph Search might finally come to mobile devices. [Verge]

Brands looking to spend money on ephemeral apps (say Snapchat, Whisper, etc.) is a nerve-wrecking proposition because they don’t know if it’s a “known quantity.” [AdWeek]

GoPro debuted its first Super Bowl commercial. [Engadget]

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Booting Up: Google Is Giving Employees Talking Points About Its Private Buses

Lots of these. (Photo: PC Mag)

Here’s a leaked memo from Google telling its employees what to think about its controversial shuttle program in San Francisco. [Valleywag]

Neetzan Zimmerman explains what he’s going to do at secret sharing app Whisper and we still don’t get it. [AdWeek]

Analysts are guessing that Apple sold between 50 and 60 million iPhones last quarter because numbers. [Fortune]

Besides the health insurance, there’s another good thing about being acquired by Google: you don’t have to make money. That’s what the founder of Waze joked yesterday. [Recode]

Beats Music, which offers nearly the same thing as Spotify but has 100 percent more Dr. Dre, is now available for download. [BGR]