By JP Mangalindan
February 23, 2012

Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day.

* Netflix (NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings on his company’s rise, fall, and slow redemption. (Vanity Fair)

* Google (GOOG) is reportedly working on a pair of goggles — really eyeglasses — that will project information onto the lenses. If true, expect them to go on sale by the end of this year for anywhere between $250 and $600. (The New York Times)

* Apple (AAPl), Foxconn, and the Fair Labor Association each responded to ABC Nightline’s peek into a Foxconn facility, aired last Tuesday. (ABC News)

* The Obama administration pledges to work with Congress on legislation based off a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights to be unveiled later today. The move comes after criticism of companies like Apple and Google over online privacy. (CNET)

* T-Mobile USA lost 802,000 contracted customers during its most recent quarter. The mobile carrier also announced plans to launch a fast LTE service this year. (All Things D)

* The New York Times’ David Pogue raves about OnLive Desktop Plus, a fast cloud-based service that puts Windows 7 on your iPad. (The New York Times)

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