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7:20 PM ET, March 23, 2007


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Ruby Huang / DigiTimes:
Apple reportedly to postpone Leopard to support Windows Vista  —  Apple is expected to launch its next generation Leopard operating system (OS) in April, but according to industry sources, the release of the new OS will be postponed to October to allow Apple to make Leopard support Windows Vista through …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Dear Clown Co.: Name This Thing Fast Before It's Too Late  —  For the last twenty-four hours we've been reporting a nearly non-stop stream of facts (and some speculation) about the new, unamed News Corp./NBC Universal joint venture to launch later this year.
Microsoft crashes Sony PS3 launch  —  The European launch of the PlayStation 3 has been met by both cheers and indifference across the continent.  —  London saw the biggest turnout and all those that turned up for the midnight event also got a free HD TV to go with their new console.
Discussion: Joystiq
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Microsoft griefers crash Sony's PS3 Europe launch
Discussion: DigitalBattle and Cathode Tan
San Francisco Chronicle:
So who will get the story?  —  I wasn't surprised that my recent column on the need for newspapers to charge for online content drew heated reaction from cyberreaders and bloggers.  —  What did surprise me was the sense of entitlement many of these people exhibited when it came to benefiting …
Dan Gillmor / Center for Citizen Media:   Save-the-Newspapers Columnist Fires Back, Misses
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Here Comes Competition, Apollo  —  The official developer release of Apollo, a platform that lets developers run their web applications outside of the browser, offline and on the desktop, is less than a week old, and they already have competition.  —  Firefox 3 will allow sites to work offline by accessing local datastores.
Discussion: Ajaxian, Cost Per News and JD on EP
David Young / Joyeur:
Joyent Slingshot [22]  —  Joyent Slingshot allows developers …
Discussion: Message and
DIY: Apple TV Hard Drive Upgraded to 120GB  —  In case you were wondering, it is possible to upgrade that measly 40GB hard drive on Apple TV, in this case to 120GB.  Tipster Jonathan Bare says he's done it, resulting in a capacity of 107.36GB.  Now that's more like it.
Jeremy Kirk / InfoWorld:
Belgian company loses lawsuit against Google  —  ServersCheck contends that Google's Suggest points to pirated versions of its software  —  A Belgian court dismissed a lawsuit filed by a company that said a feature for Google Inc.'s search engine offers up password-cracking tools and serial numbers to unlock their software.
Discussion: WebProNews and Google Watch
Business Week:
Where Is Microsoft Search?  —  Its stumbles on the Web could open the door for rivals to come after its core business  —  Time has always seemed to be Microsoft Corp.'s (MSFT ) ally.  In the company lore, the software giant takes three cracks at a market before establishing supremacy.
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Apple TV rocks  —  I bought an Apple TV tonight.  —  I've watched Ask a Ninja, Rocketboom, my show, and Ze Frank on it so far.  —  Works as advertised.  Easy to setup.  It rocks.  —  It makes me want to put out a high res version of my show.  But, it's pretty watchable, even at the low resolution it is.
Greg Sandoval / CNET
Microsoft temporarily closes video site  —  Microsoft is closing its video-sharing site, Soapbox, to new users for up to two months so it can create better safeguards against pirated content.  —  The software giant, which agreed earlier Thursday to distribute movies and TV shows for big media companies …
Mike Curtis / HD For Indies:
Read more AppleTV news at my new blog - AppleTV Hacker  —  Hey all -  —  as if I didn't have enough to do, I felt like starting a new blog just for kicks - AppleTV Hacker*  —  The URL is until I can get it switched over to
Phil Windley / Between the Lines:
An InfoCard selector for OS X and Linux  —  Dale Olds reports on his blog that Novell presented an Open Source Identity Selector (OSIS) on OS X and Linux that supports the same InfoCards as Windows CardSpace today at Brainshare.  Pat Felsted has a screenshot of the OSIS.
Vonage tumbles on Verizon patent injunction  —  A federal judge delays signing a permanent injunction barring the broadband company from using Verizon's VoIP technologies.  —  ALEXANDRIA, Va (Reuters) — A federal judge said Friday he would issue an injunction barring Vonage Holdings Corp …
Discussion: GigaOM and The Browser
LH Top 10: Must-have Firefox extensions  —  If ever a software application was built to be more than itself, it's Mozilla Firefox.  Over the past 2 years we've tried, loved and posted dozens of feature-adding extensions for our favorite web browser.  But today we have the master, grand daddy list of 10 must-haves.
Discussion: digg
Jon Udell:
Semantic web as social enjoyment … (Note: I don't yet seem to have invitations that I can dispense.)  —  If you scan those articles and the blogospheric halo surrounding them, you'll soon glean the essentials.  Freebase is like Wikipedia in the sense that it's an open data project.
Amy Gahran / E-Media Tidbits:
Separate = Better for, Says CEO  —  I'm attending (and, today, speaking) at the BlogHer Business Summit in New York.  Yesterday, Caroline Little, CEO and publisher of Washingtonpost Newsweek Interactive, spoke to the audience about how her organization perceives the role …
Discussion: AMY GAHRAN
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Buyout firm Blackstone files for brazen $4 billion IPO
Microsoft Admits Xbox 360 Blu-Ray Support Possible
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Compulsory music licenses to get Congressional overhaul courtesy of "Mr. Hollywood"
Discussion: digg
Chris Buffa / GameDaily:
Feature: Top Five Most Overrated Industry People
TV networks plan rival to YouTube
Discussion: Profy.Com and Liberate Media
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