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4:35 PM ET, October 1, 2006

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Eric Auchard / Reuters:
Yahoo allows outsiders to innovate on Yahoo e-mail  —  SUNNYVALE, California (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO - news) is set to allow outsiders to create new services using the world's most popular consumer e-mail program, in the broadest move the Web has yet seen to enlist independent programmers …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
All Women Team Takes Yahoo Hack Day Top Prize  —  Yahoo opened its corporate headquarters to hordes of hackers, press and others on Friday and Saturday for its open Hack Day.  After 24 hours of hacking (with a break for a private Beck concert in the Yahoo courtyard the first evening) …
Discussion: Screenwerk and VentureBlog
Peter Galli / eWEEK.com:
Just One More Release Before Windows Vista Goes Gold  —  Microsoft will release just one more build of Windows Vista for testing before the code goes gold, said Brad Goldberg, the general manager for the Windows client business group.  —  That build will be made available to a limited group …
Discussion: TechSpot
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Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:   Vista availability update straight from the horse's mouth
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
New Look For Netvibes  —  Netvibes quietly released an updated look and feel this evening.  Read about the release on the Netvibes blog here and here.  —  Key additions to the service include:  — Module search  — New web/blog /video search with results within netvibes
Discussion: digg
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Jeff / The Jeff Pulver Blog:
With Some Startups, "Parents Just Don't Understand"  —  After spending the past week reading various perspectives on some of the recently funded (mostly) mobile focused VoIP startups, I find it amazing how some members of the Blogosphere feel as if they have an inside track to the future success of one or more of these startups.
Discussion: VoIP Watch and Mr Blog
Andy Abramson / VoIP Watch:
The Ah Ha Caused By JaJah  —  Ted, Alec and others are analyzing JaJah, and in turn the other "minute stealer" and data services enablers.  —  I think this is all good, as the civil discussion about a new technology is certainly always warranted, and sorely needed.
Ted Wallingford / Download Squad:
Mac VoIP/Video tools: new features just keep comin'  —  With all the hoopla surrounding video in recent weeks, thanks to the video-centric Fall VON trade-show in Boston, it's no surprise that the folks making VoIP communications tools for the Mac have embraced video-conferencing.
Discussion: Realtime Community and VoIP Watch
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Joris Evers / CNET News.com:
Hackers claim zero-day flaw in Firefox  —  SAN DIEGO—The open-source Firefox Web browser is critically flawed in the way it handles JavaScript, two hackers said Saturday afternoon.  —  An attacker could commandeer a computer running the browser simply by crafting a Web page that contains …
Discussion: TechBlog
Ted / Signal to Noise:
Second Life?  How 'bout getting a First Life  —  I've heard a few odds and ends about the Second Life software over the last probably year or so, and I was prompted to try the experience out for myself, especially after having read about its integration with the VON keynote by Jeff Pulver.
Steve Friess / Wired News:
Pod People Ponder Litigation  —  ONTARIO, California — Apple Computer's recent legal threats to rivals using the terms "pod" and "podcast" met with giggles and kvetching among podcast entrepreneurs and enthusiasts gathered here to discuss the future of the industry.
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Info / Podcasting News:
Leo Laporte Keynote: You Can Sell Out, But Don't Piss Off Your Listeners
ntt.co.jp:
14 Tbps over a Single Optical Fiber: Successful Demonstration of World's Largest Capacity  —  Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, President and CEO is Norio Wada) has successfully demonstrated the ultra-large capacity optical transmission of 14 Tera bits per second …
Discussion: Engadget and Slashdot
Conrad Quilty-Harper / Engadget:
FCC find: Novatel U720 USB EV-DO modem for Sprint  —  Although there have been inklings in the past that Sprint was working on a USB EV-DO modem with Novatel Wireless, recent FCC approval documents have confirmed its existence and given us a first glimpse at what the modem actually looks like.
Discussion: jkOnTheRun
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Most reliable search tool could be your librarian  —  Your child wants to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. You might consider consulting a librarian instead of Google, AOL or Microsoft search engines.  —  Using the keywords "Martin Luther King," the first result on Google and AOL …
Discussion: Dan Blank
Stowe Boyd / Message:
APML - Attention Profiling Mark-up Language  —  A new draft standard for an APML - Attention Profiling Mark-up Language has been proposed, with the involvement of Faraday Media, the developers of Touchstone: … In principle, I am in favor of managing my own "attention data" …
Discussion: A Feed Is Born and Listics
Jay Savage / Download Squad:
OpenSSH 4.4 released  —  The OpenSSH team has officially realeased OpenSSH 4.4/4.4p.  The latest updates to the popular ssh server and ssh/sftp client include some extremely advanced features for administrators, as well as the requisite OpenSSH security audits.
Jason Clarke / Download Squad:
Feed reader bonanza - FeedDemon, Google Reader, Bloglines all update  —  Today's release of FeedDemon 2.1 beta seemed like a nice little treat.  After the release of NewsGator Go! last week, it felt like a really solid one-two punch from NewsGator.  Right on!
Discussion: Preoccupations
 
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Johnny Minkley / GamesIndustry.biz:
"Under-pressure Sony must react to 360" - Ubi boss
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Asian OEM Market Gem: MP4 Wristwatch
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Famitsu Polls Japanese Retail, Says Wii Wins Xmas
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Steve Boxer / MCV:
Kutaragi laughs off rivals
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
DAG Ventures leads $15m more for Podshow
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techon.nikkeibp.co.jp:
JVC Develops World's Largest 110-inch Rear Projection System
Discussion: Gizmodo, Engadget and digg
Phil Wolff / Skype Journal:
Yahoo! Hack Day vs. eBay DevCon
Discussion: Scobleizer
Eric Goldman / Technology & Marketing Law Blog:
Google Wins Keyword Lawsuit—Rescuecom v. Google
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