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6:50 AM ET, March 6, 2007

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John Gapper / Financial Times:
Microsoft attacks Google on copyright  —  Microsoft on Tuesday launches a fierce attack on Google over its "cavalier" approach to copyright, accusing the internet company of exploiting books, music, films and television programmes without permission.  —  Tom Rubin, associate general counsel …
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Jessica Mintz / Associated Press:
Microsoft lawyer takes aim at Google's book-scanning project  —  SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft is taking aim at Google Inc.'s rival book-scanning project, saying the search company "systematically violates copyright."  —  In prepared remarks he is scheduled to deliver Tuesday to a publishing industry group …
Mike / Techdirt:
Microsoft Attacks Google On Copyright — Statements Will Come Back To Haunt Microsoft  —  from the not-such-a-good-idea dept  —  The press is having a field day over the fact that a Microsoft lawyer is trashing Google's position on copyright.  These weren't offhand statements made in passing either …
Reuters:
Microsoft Attacks Google on Copyright
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Tom Drapeau / The Netscape Blog:
The Rebirth of My.Netscape  —  At long last, the Netscape team is proud to release a Beta of the next generation My.Netscape, at: http://my.netscape.com  —  This site will be live tomorrow (Tuesday 3/6).  —  My.Netscape will retain its identity as a personalized homepage, with a minimum of ad clutter.
Discussion: franticindustries and 901am
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Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
My.Netscape Being Re-Born as Web 2.0 Personalized Homepage  —  Not content with re-making the Netscape.com portal into a Digg clone, the Netscape 2.0 crew are at it again - this time with a new version of My.Netscape.  Tomorrow (Tuesday US time) it will release "a Beta of the next generation My.Netscape".
Discussion: TechCrunch
Simeon Simeonov / HighContrast:
The Real Google Phone  —  Andy Rubin has a team of about 100 people at Google working on the Google Phone.  So people have been paying attention.  Andy was the founder of Danger and later Android, which he sold to Google in August of 2005.  Andy is a systems guy and so it's a good bet …
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Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
More Google Phone talk  —  A venture capitalist says he has details on the rumored Google Phone.  Simeon Simeonov of Polaris Venture Partners writes in his High Contrast blog that an inside source has told him that it will be a Blackberry-like device running C++ at the core …
Discussion: Gizmodo
Joris Evers / CNET News.com:
Microsoft patches Xbox 360  —  Microsoft has quietly released a fix for a security vulnerability that could let Xbox 360 owners run their own applications or operating systems on the console.  —  The update corrects a problem with a tamper protection mechanism on the Xbox 360.
Discussion: Gizmodo, TechSpot News and CrunchGear
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Yahoo Mixd Closes - Peanut Butter Manifesto in Action?  —  After a two-month pilot, Yahoo's Mixd mobile service has closed down.  Mixd first came to light in November last year.  It was a group mobile messaging tool for the youth market and had an experimental, trendy design.
Discussion: MoCoNews
Mya Frazier / AdAge:
Costly Red Campaign Reaps Meager $18 Million  —  Bono & Co. Spend up to $100 Million on Marketing, Incur Watchdogs' Wrath  —  COLUMBUS, Ohio (AdAge.com) — It's been a year since the first Red T-shirts hit Gap shelves in London, and a parade of celebrity-splashed events has followed …
Catherine Holahan / Business Week:
Right Media's Big Ambitions  —  Owned in part by Yahoo, the upstart wants to transform the way display ads are bought and sold online.  It's a tall order  —  Right Media had hardly moved into its new, bigger Park Avenue office in February before Chief Executive Michael Walrath began thinking …
Joris Evers / CNET News.com:
Apple plugs eight QuickTime holes  —  Apple on Monday released updates to its QuickTime media player software to repair eight serious security vulnerabilities.  —  The vulnerabilities expose both Macs and Windows PCs to cyberattack, Apple said in a security alert.
Discussion: JD on EP, TechSpot News and Neowin.net
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Diebold may leave e-voting business  —  Diebold, the makers of touch-screen e-voting machines at the center of a fairly large number of voting problems and controversies in the US, may be considering getting out of the e-voting business.  According to the company's recent annual report filed …
Discussion: Associated Press and digg
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
LegalForce, a marketplace for patents  —  LegalForce, an online marketplace where patents can be bought, sold or licensed, has launched.  —  It is significant because it is a way for investors, entrepreneurs and investors to find ideas in an open, friendly way.
 
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
$100 Million Valuation For Geni
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Saul Hansell / New York Times:
Where Artists and Inventors Plot to Save the World
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
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MacNN:
U.S. DOT considers switch to Mac, Linux
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Steve Woolf / Vlog Deathmatch:
It's Time to Vote!  —  The Silent Air Guitar Challenge deathmatch …
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Nokia:
Indiagames and Nokia to bring games to N-Gage platform
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Dharmesh Shah / Small Business Hub:
12 Quick Tips To Search Google Like An Expert
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CrunchGear How-To: Fix an iPod that Won't Boot
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Charles / Channel 9:
UAC - What.  How.  Why.  —  There has been a large amount …
Adam Gaffin / Network World:
Don't trust your network to open source
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Brian Crecente / Kotaku:
Lego MMO Revealed
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Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Technorati's Opportunities and Exit Options
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Dan Ackerman / Crave: The gadget blog:
FlipStart flips into view
Discussion: Engadget and I4U News
Stan Beer / ITWire:
ODF threat to Microsoft in US governments grows
Discussion: The Mac Observer and Slashdot
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Another Stanford University Startup coming September 2007
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