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5:15 PM ET, January 19, 2007

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Jonathan Cassell / isuppli.com:
Apple iPhone to Generate 50 Percent Margin, According to iSuppli's Preliminary Analysis  —  El Segundo, Calif., Jan. 18, 2007—Each Apple iPhone sold will generate nearly a 50 percent gross margin for Apple Inc. and partner Cingular Wireless, giving the companies a hefty profit …
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Katie Marsal / AppleInsider:
Apple may see 50 percent margin on each iPhone sale  —  Each iPhone sold will generate nearly a 50 percent gross margin for Apple Inc. and partner Cingular Wireless, giving the companies a hefty profit, as well as plenty of room for future price cuts, according to research firm iSuppli.
Owen Thomas / Business 2.0 Beta:   Apple iPhone's Insanely Great Profits
Jeremy Toeman / Jeremy Toeman's LIVEdigitally:   iPhone appeal drops daily
Associated Press:
AT&T Expands Free In - Network Calling  —  NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T customers who subscribe to both its Cingular Wireless and traditional phone services can now make and receive unlimited free calls to and from any other AT&T or Cingular customer.  —  The expanded ''free calling'' network …
Discussion: Engadget, GigaOM and CNNMoney.com
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Olga Kharif / Business Week:
AT&T: My Community Is Bigger than Yours  —  Fresh from closing the BellSouth deal, the biggest U.S. telecom provider is beginning to show why size matters in telecom  —  AT&T plans to send a new message.  A number of TV ads starting this weekend will show people placing calls to friends across the country—for no charge.
Laurie J. Flynn / New York Times:
AT&T Plans 'Unity' Strategy for Free Calls  —  Only weeks after closing its deal for BellSouth, AT&T is embarking on an ambitious strategy to show customers the benefit of its owning 100 million phone lines.  —  In an announcement expected Friday, AT&T will introduce AT&T Unity …
Discussion: VoIP Watch, CCUCEO and Screenwerk
Benjamin Heckendorn / Engadget:
The Wii Laptop!  —  It's the Wii laptop!  We spent the last few weeks (including much time spent over the holidays evading relatives) slaving over this bad boy and finally it's complete.  Check out the features:  — 16:9 widescreen LCD, 7-inch diagonal.  — Stereo sound  — Gamecube controller port
Discussion: Kotaku, WiiNintendo.net and digg
Washington Post:
Hold Off On Net Neutrality  —  The Internet needs a makeover.  Unfortunately, congressional initiatives aimed at preserving the best of the old Internet threaten to stifle the emergence of the new one.  —  The current Internet supports many popular and valuable services.
Phil Bradley / Search Engine Land:
Google Librarian Central: Talking At Librarians  —  Google has created the Librarian Central Blog just in time for ALA Midwinter.  The decision to create the weblog arose from their request for suggestions from librarians on how to improve the Google Librarian Newsletter …
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Steven / Library Stuff:
Google Doesn't "Get" Librarians...Again.
Discussion: Mashable!
Glenn Fleishman / Wi-Fi Networking News:
802.11n Moves Forward with Draft 2.0 Vote  —  Big news from the IEEE: Draft 2.0 of 802.11n moves forward: The vote was 100-0 with 5 abstentions, Matthew Gast notes from the London meeting.  This is a significant milestone from a lot of different directions.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Just How Big Is Google Reader?  —  Google's RSS reader was nothing to write home about when it first launched in October 2005.  But the new version, released late last year, has won it accolades and legions of new fans.  More than a few people have recently called it the best RSS reader, hands down.
Discussion: Digital Media Wire
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Jenstar / JenSense:
It's official!  You can now run AdSense on the same page as other contextual ad programs  —  When Google updated their AdSense policies this week, there was a lot of confusion about the removal of the a certain part of the competitive ad policy, namely the one that saw the removal of the following:
Associated Press:
Motorola to cut 3,500 jobs  —  CHICAGO (AP) — Motorola (MOT) CEO Ed Zander said Friday the cell-phone maker will cut 3,500 jobs, or 5% of its workforce, as it moves to improve operating costs after a disappointing fourth quarter.  —  Zander, speaking to analysts at a meeting in New York …
Discussion: GigaOM
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Feds out for hacker's blood  —  Adrian Lamo, the hacker best known for illegal pranks aimed at companies like Yahoo, Microsoft and The New York Times, is free once again.  —  But his legal battles over handing over a DNA sample to the federal government are just beginning.
Discussion: digg
JasonKolb.com:
Perfect Programming  —  Over the past week I've described Network-Oriented Architecture (I'm going to refer to it as NOA in this post to save my fingers), which is a my "ideal" Web-based programming model that I've been brainstorming for about a year, and given a simple example of it in action.
Discussion: Read/WriteWeb and Raw
Dean Takahashi / AEI:
CES Interview With Bill Gates: Part I of Transcript On Video Games  —  I had the chance to stand next to Bill Gates and interview him with a group of reporters after his keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show.  Here is part one of the interview with all of the questions related to video games.
I, Cringely . The Pulpit | PBS:
When Being a Verb is Not Enough  —  I spoke recently with an old friend who is a bandwidth broker.  He buys and sells bandwidth on fiber-optic networks around the world.  And he told me something that I found not completely surprising, but I certainly hadn't known: Google controls more network fiber than any other organization.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
SimulScribe Boldly Spams TechCrunch Readers  —  A couple of days ago I wrote about Spinvox, a startup that converts voicemails to text and sends them to you via email and/or SMS.  They are just launching in the U.S., and Spinvox gave us 100 accounts to give away for free (the service is fairly expensive).
 
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Paul Miller / Engadget:
Universal and Sony prohibit Zune sharing for certain artists
Discussion: Gizmodo and digg
Jon Newton / p2pnet:
For Sale: p2pnet  —  Hello, all:  —  Short version:
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Valleywag:
GOOGLE: North Carolina to tend search engine servers
Discussion: theWHIR.com Blogs
Robert McLaws / Windows-Now.com:
Microsoft and Customers: The Story Behind The Family Discount
Kevin Lee / ClickZ:
Search Scent in the Search Engines
Mike / Techdirt:
Do Blackberry Users Put Others At Risk?
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Microsoft's Ballmer laughs at iPhone
Discussion: TechCrunch
JD Lasica / Social Media:
YouTube yanks my video interview
Discussion: Techdirt and Scobleizer
 Earlier Items: 
Phillip Torrone / MAKE Magazine:
iBoy - Gameboy iPod case
Discussion: Gizmodo and Crave
Wendy Davis / MediaPost Publications:
NAD Rules YouTube Video Ads Must Meet Usual Guidelines
Scott Carney / Wired News:
Thumb-Print Banking Takes India
Mike Orren / Online Journalism Review:
Lessons from the launch
Discussion: Screenwerk
Carlo / Techdirt:
Can't Compete With Free, Or Just Won't?  —  from the lack-of-effort dept
Alan Graham / Web 2.0 Explorer:
Quick Review: Hands on With the Belkin Skype Phone
Ed Bott / Ed Bott's Microsoft Report:
Is your flash drive fast enough for Vista's ReadyBoost?
Discussion: GottaBeMobile.com
Nat Torkington / O'Reilly Radar:
Why Johnny Can't Program  —  Many months ago, David Brin …
Discussion: The Silent Penguin
 

 
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