Booting Up: Dots Finally Comes to Android

This is worth something, apparently! (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)

This is worth something, apparently! (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)

Cisco is axing 4,000 jobs, or roughly five percent of its workforce, citing the “challenging” global economic climate. [New York Times]

Peter X. Deng, one of Facebook’s most popular product managers, is assuming a similar role at Instagram. He’ll report to CEO Kevin Systrom. [The Verge]

Perhaps there is some good news for Blackberry: Its 9,000 patent-stash is valued around $2 to $3 billion. [ZDNet]

Try to contain your excitement, but ad-free Twitter knockoff App.net has raised another $2.5 million from Andreessen Horowitz. [TechCrunch]

Betaworks’ addicting app Dots is rolling out Android and Amazon Fire versions today. There’s also a new mode called “Moves” that limits you to 30 swipes with no time limit. [AllThingsD]

Booting Up: Dots Finally Comes to Android