Express reading: Best tech stories you missed this week

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Each week we bring you best tech reads from around the web. This week's readings are centered on Black Friday, Tablets, Gaming, Microsoft etcetera.

What might be one of the worst video games ever released has now been withdrawn: For a cricket loving nation like ours this is a must-read. Leo Mirani writes about the failure of Cricket as a Video Game and how the developer made a hilarious game and withdraw it later on.

While Mulally/Nadella Remain the Favorites, Bates Is Sillicon Valley's Choice for Microsoft CEO: Kara Swisher writes about Microsoft's hunt for next CEO and Tony Bates being the dark horse.

Amazon reports record breaking "Black Friday": Another Black Friday and Amazon did another record breaking sales, 4 million items ordered. John Ficenec details the numbers and Amazon's plans for Christmas rush.

The best tablets of 2013: A year of refinement, not revolution: Interesting article by Devindra Hardawar of Venture Beats, analysing the tablet market in 2013 and rating the best for the user.

The Next Generation of USB Connector Will Plug In Either Way: Popular Science writer Paul Adams calls it truly revolutionary and you will say the same when the next standard of USB Connector launches. No need to worry about plug orientation.

Microsoft Should Be Worried About Google's Chromebooks: Frederic Lardinois writes about Chromebooks vs Windows laptops and how Chromebooks are slowly taking the limelight in an always on computing world.

Why Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag May Be the Best Video Game of 2013: Erik Kain explains why AC4 stands out to be the AAA game of the year.

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