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Sean (P. Diddy) Combs superimposes himself on “Downton Abbey,”  to very funny effect.

Meanwhile, a new comedy series about Silicon Valley written by Mike Judge was just picked up by HBO.

It’s looking likely that Groupon won’t have a new CEO until next year.

23andMe gene analysis shows this week’s NVCA conference attendees have a higher-than-average chance of going bald.

Microsoft’s anti-Google campaign gets a boost — from Google.

Facebook is using science to design more emotional emoticons.

An exit interview with outgoing FCC Chair Julius Genachowski.

A new study by Pew Research finds 25% of teenagers “mostly” access the Internet via their phones, compared with 15% of adults.

Thomas H. Lee has just lost two senior executives.

Vikram Pandit is back in the banking biz.

Twitter cofounder Biz Stone has raised money from Jack Dorsey, Bono, and Al Gore for his startup, Jelly.

Did Google miss its chance yesterday to show that it’s on to “something big?”

The rise and fall and rise of Tiger Woods.

Image: Coffee cups with Google logos are seen at the new Google office in Toronto, November 13, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Mark Blinch