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3:25 PM ET, April 26, 2007

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Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Adobe opensources Flex (Exclusive Videos with Adobe)  —  This morning I met with several members of the Adobe Flex team.  —  Official News on Adobe's Site about Flex going Open Source.  —  I have two videos of our conversation:  —  1. Video of our conversation this morning.
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Adobe:
Adobe to Open Source Flex  —  For immediate release  —  Gives Developers Ability to Enhance Flex Framework for Delivering Rich Internet Applications  —  Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq: ADBE) today announced plans to release source code for Adobe® Flex™ as open source.
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Adobe to open-source Flash tool Flex
Brendan / Brendan's Roadmap Updates:
Open Source and "Openness"
Discussion: Compiler and Peer Pressure
New York Times:
In Comments About Apple Chief, Questions of Motive  —  When Fred D. Anderson abruptly left Apple's board last October as questions about the company's stock options practices grew, a former federal regulator said it looked as if the board "threw Fred under the bus."
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Kevin Kelleher / GigaOM:
Steve Jobs, saved by the rising stock  —  Thursday will mark a red-letter day for Apple: For the first time its stock will rise above $100 a share, a tenfold increase in a little more than three years.  Think about that: If Google had risen that much since its IPO, it would be trading at $850.
Kotaku:
Ken Kutaragi Steps Down at Playstation  —  0 Views  —  The "Father of Playstation" is retiring today from his position at Playstation, but will still serve as Honorary Chairman of SCEI.  After completing the launch of PS3, Kutaragi has decided to pursue his dreams outside of the Playstation family:
Discussion: Neowin.net and Blue's News
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Evan Blass / Engadget:
Sony announces PlayStation Eye webcam for PS3
Discussion: digg
John Markoff / New York Times:
Sun and I.B.M. to Offer New Class of High-End Servers  —  Sun Microsystems and I.B.M. plan to introduce specialized high-end server systems on Thursday that provide fresh evidence of a new era in computing.  —  The Sun machine — an ultra-fast video server designed by the company's co-founder …
Discussion: Rough Type and David Schatsky
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John Markoff / International Herald Tribune:
High-end servers point to new era in computing
Discussion: Raph's Website and 3pointD.com
Todd Bishop / Todd Bishop's Microsoft Blog:
Windows Server: It's still 'Longhorn' for now  —  Microsoft released the first public test version (Beta 3) of the next Windows Server last night and reiterated that it plans to release a final version of the operating system in the second half of this year.  (See this story for more.)
Discussion: Download Squad
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Charles / Channel 9:
Windows "Longhorn" Server Beta 3 Ships!!!
Discussion: Compiler and InfoWorld Tech Watch
Duncan Martell / Reuters:
INTERVIEW - Jobs says Apple customers not into renting music  —  SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs indicated on Wednesday he is unlikely to give in to calls from the music industry to add a subscription-based model to Apple's wildly popular iTunes online music store.
Discussion: Apple 2.0, MacUser and Podcasting News
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
MPAA: We are committed to fair use, interoperability, and DRM  —  At a LexisNexis conference on DRM this week, MPAA boss Dan Glickman said the movie studios were now fully committed to interoperable DRM, and they recognize that consumers should be able to use legitimate video material on any item in the house, including home networks.
CEO / This is going to be BIG.:
Top Ten Reasons Why Web 2.0 Sucks  — The finger pointing culture of fear will always dominate a culture of openness.  Media thrives on taking people down and creating a general fear of the worst possible outcome.  Whether it's trying enact anti-MySpace laws or firing everyone …
Discussion: Howard Lindzon
Stace / Unwired View:
LG KE850 PRADA WAS JUST A BEGINNING  —  LG surprised everyone when it announced, then started shipping worlds first full touchscreen LG PRADA KE850 phone.  And did it well before overhyped Apple iPhone became available.  —  Now, a few recent LG patent filings indicate that LG Prada …
Discussion: CrunchGear, Engadget and Gizmodo
Josh Catone / Read/WriteWeb:
Saving Links Through IM with Meshly  —  Meshly is not really like Twitter; it is not really like del.icio.us; and it is not really like digg.  But comparisons to all three are fair when trying to figure out just what exactly Meshly actually is.  Like Twitter, Meshly is an instant blogging application …
Seeking Alpha:
Apple F2Q07 (Qtr End 3/31/07) Earnings Call Transcript  —  Executives  —  Nancy Paxton - Senior Director, Investor Relations and Corporate Finance  —  Peter Oppenheimer - Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President  —  Analysts  —  Presentation  —  Operator
AppleInsider:
Apple to build new features into iPhone, Apple TV free of charge  —  Apple said Wednesday it will leverage its proven capability in the area of software development to gradually add new software features and applications to its iPhone and Apple TV products free of charge, providing its customers with the "greatest possible experience."
Zachary Rodgers / ClickZ:
Joost Signs Major Advertisers  —  Online video platform Joost has signed three-month contracts with a group of 31 big brand advertisers, including Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, Nike, General Motors and Visa.  It will offer these marketers traditional units such as :30 mid-roll spots as well as unique formats …
 
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Brian Krebs / Washington Post:
Major Anti-Spam Lawsuit to Be Filed in Virginia
Carlo / Techdirt:
Repeating The Claim That DRM Enables Things Won't Make It True
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
Are businesses getting complacent on security?
Discussion: HighContrast
Mike / Techdirt:
Well, Look At That: Offshoring Didn't Destroy The Tech Industry
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Exec: Music labels "about to cave in the next six months" on DRM
Discussion: digg
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
Green IT: Why it matters  —  There's an environmental storm …
Discussion: Techdirt
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
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More on IBM's Mainframe for Virtual Worlds
 Earlier Items: 
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
The obsolete interview  —  The interview is outmoded and needs to be rethought.
Major Nelson / Xbox Live's Major Nelson:
Marvel Ultimate Alliance: Trailer and in game content
Discussion: Joystiq, Xbox 360 Fanboy and Kotaku
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Analysts: Microsoft's after Google's ad business
Susan Butler / Hollywood Reporter:
ASCAP blue after royalty ruling
Discussion: Techdirt and hypebot
Valleywag:
DODGEBALL: Aaaaand it's dead.
Peter Wayner / New York Times:
Looking Perfect, One Pixel at a Time
Christopher MacManus / ATRACLife:
Sony to Release B100 Series Drag and Drop Walkman
Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
MySQL hits $50 million revenue, plans IPO