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11:15 AM ET, June 21, 2007


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Staci D. Kramer /
It's Official: Yahoo Acquires; Not Official But True: It Cost About $100 Million  —  As we were first to report in early April, Yahoo was on the verge of acquiring college sports network  It took a few months to complete, finally closing after months …
PR Newswire:
Yahoo! Announces Agreement to Acquire, a Leading College Online Sports Site  —  Acquisition Expands the Editorial and Community Offerings of Yahoo! Sports  —  SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 21, 2007 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ — Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) …
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Yahoo Buying a High School and College Sports Network
Discussion: VentureBeat
Jimmy Pitaro / Yodel Anecdotal:
Listen up, (college) sports fans ...
Discussion: WebProNews
Associated Press:
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Two top Google engineers leave — to Benchmark Capital  —  Two more high-level Google engineers have left the Googleplex — this time to join well-known venture capital firm Benchmark Capital.  —  Bret Taylor (left) and Jim Norris (right), two of the masterminds behind Google Maps and several …
Compiz-Fusion arrives  —  A new merged community around Compiz project would be known as Compiz-Fusion, details of the announcement here on Compiz Mailing List.  —  It is not just a new name, quitely behind the scenes developers have been working hard and have come up with some stunning enhancements.
Discussion: digg
RELATED: Mailing Lists:
[compiz] CompComm has a real name!
Discussion: Ars Technica
Hiroko Tabuchi / Associated Press:
CEO: Sony is shifting to recovery mode  —  TOKYO - Sony Corp. Chairman Howard Stringer promised Thursday to shift the struggling electronics giant from recovery to growth and to make the PlayStation 3 a profit driver despite its bungled rollout.  —  But investors at the company's annual shareholder meeting …
Discussion: Engadget and
Sony sees 380 new PS3 software titles in 2007/08
Discussion: DailyTech
Anne Broache / CNET
Internet radio to go silent on June 26?  —  If you depend on the sounds of Internet radio to get you through your workday, don't be surprised if your headphones pipe out little more than dead air next Tuesday.  —  In protest of the elevated royalty fees Webcasters are poised to begin owing …
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Kevin Kelleher / GigaOM:
Who should buy Yahoo?  Handicapping 5 likely suitors  —  At least Yahoo can't complain this week about Google grabbing all the headlines.  —  While Google has been dishing out the usual morsels of news - tweaks to Google Video, YouTube and Google Office - everyone else can't stop talking about Yahoo.
Discussion: Between the Lines
Joshua Karp / The Boy Genius Report:
T-Mobile@Home launch extravaganza continues  —  Wow, what a day for prospective T-Mobile UMA customers.  First, we bring word of the launch date and contest, and now some further details to wet your appetite.  Chyea!  We managed to get our hands on the official launch documents, detailing the launch events.
Discussion: CrunchGear and Mobility Site
Joshua Karp / The Boy Genius Report:
T-Mobile@Home launch details aplenty
Darren Murph / Engadget:
AT&T preps landlords for iPhone campers  —  Those who've started taking notes in order to keep track of all the iPhone launch details still floating in can add one more, and thankfully for those worried about their own safety come next Friday, you'll be relieved to know that this one involves crowd control.
Vince Veneziani / CrunchGear:
The Pirate Bay Launches Image Hosting  —  Us pirates know that The Pirate Bay team has been working on several new projects, with one of them becoming a competitor to YouTube.  For now though, we've been blessed with BayImg, a unique image hosting service from TPB.
Discussion: WebProNews
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Simple Spark: A Catalog Of Web Applications  —  New York based Simple Spark aims to make finding web applications easy through an extensive catalog of online application sites.  —  Over 3000 web applications are tracked and categorized with screenshots, icons, feeds, reviews and concise summaries.
Discussion: Tech[dot]Blog
Marc Andreessen /
The Pmarca Guide to Big Companies, part 1: Turnaround!  —  So you've been hired/promoted/brought out of retirement to become CEO of and turn around your NASDAQ/NYSE/LSE-listed 5,000+ employee software/semiconductor/media company that's recently been getting trounced by competitors …
Fred Aun / ClickZ:
Social Nets Sit on Goldmine of Behavioral Data, Says Jupiter  —  Social networking sites are fertile ground for behavioral targeting, but publisher concern about privacy invasion is limiting growth, a JupiterResearch analyst said today.  —  Discussing JupiterResearch's U.S. Online Advertising Forecast …
Discussion: MarketingVOX and Clickety Clack
Agence France Presse:
'Blog', 'cookie', 'wiki' top list of hated Internet words: poll  —  LONDON (AFP) - "Blog", "netiquette", "cookie" and "wiki" have been voted among the most irritating words spawned by the Internet, according to the results of a poll published Thursday.  — EU body to expand Web search probe, write to Google
Ricky Cadden /
New N95 Firmware Coming  —  Seems everything's getting a nice little refresh lately, with the N73 and N80, and now I've gotten these screenshots showing the N95 with a fresh firmware (dated yesterday, no less!)  I didn't get an official changelog (what's up with those NEVER being available?) but I did get these three screenshots.
Discussion: IntoMobile and All About Symbian
Marco / Consumerist:
Concessions: AT&T Giving Consumers The Runaround Over Secret $10 DSL  —  AT&T Giving Consumers The Runaround Over Secret $10 DSL  —  AT&T is required to offer a $10 DSL option to those consumers who are in AT&T's 22 state coverage area and who have not previously subscribed to AT&T DSL.
Smaran / TorrentFreak:
Mac OS X Leopard Leaked to BitTorrent  —  One year ago, we wrote about the first Leopard preview being leaked onto torrent sites.  That release lacked the "secret features" that were to be announced sometime this year.  As it goes with OS releases, Leopard was repeatedly delayed, and now …
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Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
EMI says DRM-free music is selling well
USA Today:
Tech blogs go from hobbies to businesses
Discussion: Laughing Squid and Valleywag
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Microsoft Surface Parody
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Share your Google IG Tabs with Others
Discussion: Lifehacker
Channel Register:
Apple buyout rumours circulate as iPhone launch nears
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Virtual Goods: the next big business model
Jeffrey H. Birnbaum / Washington Post:
Learning From Microsoft's Error, Google Builds a Lobbying Engine