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10:35 AM ET, June 10, 2006

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Somasegar / Somasegar's WebLog:
.NET Framework 3.0  —  When speaking to developers about WinFX one question that repeatedly comes up is, "WinFX sounds great, but what happens to .NET?" .  NET Framework has becomes the most successful developer platform in the world.  Developers know and love .NET.
dailywireless.org:
MobilePro Pulls out of Sacramento  —  MobilePro, a leading broadband wireless services company, that won a competitive bid for Sacramento's city-wide wireless cloud, announced today it has elected to withdraw from the project.  —  After being declared the RFP winner and going through …
Daniel Berninger / GigaOM:
Is Vonage the new MCI?  —  GigaOM readers in a poll earlier this month have spoken - Vonage stock is a sucker's bet and is headed down.  The stock market seems to agree.  The odds are against the company.  Daniel Berninger, senior analyst with Tier 1 Research thinks otherwise …
Maya Roney / Forbes:
Google's GBuy Could Be 'Revolutionary'  —  RBC Capital Markets maintained an "outperform" rating on Google in light of the impending launch of the company's online payment system, currently known as "GBuy."  —  Consumers using GBuy, which is set for release on June 28, will be taken off the merchant's site to complete the payment.
Ina Fried / ZDNet:
Microsoft wraps up code for 'supercomputer' Windows  —  Microsoft has taken another step in its effort to bring Windows in the world of supercomputing, having finished development of its computer cluster operating system.  —  The software maker said Friday that it has finalized the code …
Doc Searls / Linux Journal:
Mashing Up a Commons  —  Is it possible that, for all our talk about The Commons, the Net doesn't have one yet?  Or at least not a complete one?  —  That's what occurred to me last Sunday night, as Claus Dahl and I sat talking in a smoky Copenhagen bistro.  The subject was public spaces.
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Appeals court upholds Net-wiretapping rules  —  update The Bush administration's plans to force Internet providers to comply with extensive wiretapping rules received a boost on Friday, when a federal appeals court upheld the controversial regulations.  —  A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court …
Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing:
Anti-iTunes DRM demonstrations across the USA tomorrow  —  Tomorrow, activists in seven cities across the US will picket Apple Stores, handing out information about the dangers of the DRM hidden in Apple's iTunes. iTunes DRM may seem pretty innocuous at first, but every time you invest …
Business 2.0:
5 hot products for the future  —  The Institute for the Future couldn't get clients to read its trend forecasts.  So it started giving away prescient product ideas instead.  —  (Business 2.0 Magazine) - Trendspotting is serious business.  So much so that the Institute for the Future …
John Nichols / freepress.net:
House Rejects Net Neutrality  —  The First Amendment of the Internet - the governing principle of net neutrality, which prevents telecommunications corporations from rigging the web so it is easier to visit sites that pay for preferential treatment - took a blow from the House of Representatives Thursday.
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BBC:   Defeat for net neutrality backers
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Microsoft enlists developers for Live push  —  In Microsoft's burgeoning competition with Google, the software company is recruiting its most trusted allies: software developers.  —  At its TechEd conference next week in Boston, Microsoft is expected to further detail the "Windows Live Platform …
Alexandros Roussos / macosXrumors.com:
Exclusive: Leopard to bring collaborative documents  —  Since Apple announced Leopard last year during WWDC, MacOSXRumors obtained reports on two major features in the next release of Mac OS X. The first is a redesigned Finder making extensive use of Spotlight and the second is the inclusion virtualization software.
Discussion: Mac Rumors
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
eBay and Kaboodle To Launch MyCollectibles  —  On Monday eBay and Kaboodle will jointly announce a new service called "MyCollectibles", which will be tightly integrated with the core offerings of both companies.  The service is live and available at both ebay.com/mycollectibles and mycollectibles.kaboodle.com.
Tim / O'Reilly Radar:
NSA Datamining Social Networking Sites  —  Richard Forno wrote on Dave Farber's IP List: "New Scientist Magazine has discovered that Pentagon's National Security Agency, which specialises in eavesdropping and code-breaking, is funding research into the mass harvesting of the information …
Garett Rogers / Googling Google:
Google Video: Movers, Shakers and history  —  Google Video was given a couple new features today (also spotted by users of the blogoscoped forum) — the addition of Movers & Shakers, recently uploaded videos, search history, and also the main page was rearranged once again.
Larry Angell / ilounge.com:
iLuv unveils tablet-style media player for iPod  —  Senior Editor, iLounge submit a news tip  —  iLuv has introduced a new portable tablet-style media device that allows users to play videos stored on iPod as well as DVDs.  The iLuv i1055 features a 7-inch widescreen LCD display …
sourcewatch.org:
From the Editor's Blog:  —  Congresspedia at YearlyKos  —  I'm in Las Vegas for the next few days for the YearlyKos convention (fear not, right-leaning readers, I'll also be at the Conservative Political Action Conference next March).  I'm here because Dailykos.org has become a booming …
Oliver / MobileCrunch:
Umundo Launches Mobile Video Capture and Embedding Application  —  OkDork which is the funniest name for a blog I think I've ever seen posted a good catch today; Umundo.com.  The application lets you send video you capture on your mobile phone to video@umundo.com and then …
Discussion: Okdork.com
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Umundo makes mobile photo and video sharing easy
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