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1:20 PM ET, July 2, 2007

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Yahoo!:
Yahoo!'s New ''SmartAds'' Meld Brand and Direct Response Advertising  —  Innovative, Patent-Pending Ad Delivery Platform Allows Marketers to Present Highly Targeted Online Display Ads in Real Time to Match a User's Distinctive, Expressed Interests  —  SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jul 02, 2007 …
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Louise Story / New York Times:
Online Customized Ads Move a Step Closer  —  Yahoo will announce new tools for online advertising today that could pull the company ahead in the race for what is called "behavioral targeting," that is, the ability to better tailor online advertisements to the people most likely to buy.
Donna Bogatin / Insider Chatter:
Yahoo Ads Get Personal: NOT Google Radio Ads  —  Yahoo ads are getting personal.  How about Google?  CEO Eric Schimdt has a personal advertising "fantasy."  —  Personalized radio advertising, as imagined by Schmidt one year ago: While driving past a clothing store, a radio ad should remind Eric …
Discussion: Search Engine Land and Mashable!
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
Yahoo launches customizable ad tool  —  Yahoo just upped the ante in the display advertising space.  —  On Monday the Web giant launched a new display advertising product called SmartAds, which allows marketers to offer ads that are customized according to the Web surfer's age, gender, location and online activities.
Zachary Rodgers / ClickZ:
Yahoo's New SmartAds Product Aims to Ease Creative Production
Jeff Leeds / New York Times:
Universal in Dispute With Apple Over iTunes  —  Steven P. Jobs, the co-founder and chief executive of Apple, is an emerging force in the mobile phone business, thanks to the snaking lines of gadget fans who queued up last week to buy the iPhone.  But now he faces a headache in an industry Apple already dominates — digital music.
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Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Universal Music declines long-term iTunes deal: source
Discussion: The Webpreneur and Lost Remote
CNNMoney.com:
iPhone sales said to hit half-million  —  New Apple device lives up to the hype, though some buyers have activation woes; availability mixed at Apple Stores heading into new week.  —  NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Opening weekend sales of iPhones may have reached 500,000, according to an analyst's estimate …
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Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Piper Jaffray: 500,000 iPhones sold over the weekend  —  Apple sold around half a million iPhones the first weekend the device went on sale, one analyst firm has estimated.  —  Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster released a report Sunday night estimating that Apple sold about 500,000 units …
Los Angeles Times:
Some iPhone glitches reported
Discussion: DailyTech, GigaOM, Bloomberg and Engadget
Connie Guglielmo / Bloomberg:
Apple May Have Sold 500,000 IPhones, Beating Estimate
Discussion: Epicenter and iLounge
Washington Post:
Calling In Pros to Refine Your Google Image  —  At the height of the cyber-abuse, Sue Scheff, a consultant to parents of troubled teens, would type her name in a Google search box and brace herself: Up would pop page after page of attack postings. … The stream of negative comments began …
Ed Hardy / Brighthand.com Handheld News and Reviews:
"Palm OS II" Pushed Back to 2008  —  In May of this year, Palm, Inc. announced that it is developing its own operating system that will be based on Linux, but also include important parts of the Garnet OS (formerly Palm OS Garnet).  —  At that time, the company said that the first devices running …
Monica Chen / DigiTimes:
Mobo makers say AMD Phenom delayed until 1Q08, but AMD says launch remains set for 2H07 (update)  —  AMD's Phenom processors were originally planned to begin test-production between September and October, and to start shipping in November this year.  However, AMD may now be planning …
Discussion: TechSpot News and The Tech Report
Wily Ferret / Inquirer:
Google apologises for Sicko outburst  —  A la Ferret Blog ye not  —  THE LATEST TWIST in Google's do-no-evil saga reflects a growing uncertainty about the direction Silicon Valley's biggest startup is taking.  —  The public and press perception of the company is now heading towards …
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Thomas Crampton / New York Times:
A Web Cadre Turns the Tables on African Scam Artists  —  Ever been tempted to respond to that e-mail message offering untold millions from the relatives of a deposed African dictator?  —  For some, replying to such Internet scams is a rewarding hobby.  They call themselves scam-baiters …
Discussion: TechWag
Seth Schiesel / New York Times:
A Player of Video Games and Politics  —  Michael D. Gallagher does not make video games.  He doesn't review them.  He doesn't sell them.  But recently he became one of the most important people in the video-game industry and, by extension, a powerful shaper of the digital entertainment consumed …
Tracy Erickson / Sony PSP, Nintendo DS …:
Exclusive: Nokia goes multi-format with secret next-gen N-Gage title  —  Phone meet PC, PC meet phone  —  Product:  —  Developer:  —  Publisher:  —  Millions of game-capable handsets aren't enough for Nokia.  The Finnish company, which holds approximately a third of the world's mobile market share …
John Leyden / The Register:
Senior execs targeted in 'precision' malware attacks  —  Spear phishers prey on friends and family of top managers  —  Hackers are targeting senior managers of large firms - along with members of their families - in a new wave of highly-focused email attacks.
Discussion: CNET News.com and Computerworld
Brad Stone / New York Times:
In a Bid for Dow Jones, an Entrepreneur Again Finds Murdoch as Rival  —  In the continuing saga of Rupert Murdoch's quest for Dow Jones & Company, perhaps the strangest turn is the rival offer from Brad Greenspan, a former chief executive of Intermix Media, the onetime parent company of the social networking service MySpace.
 
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Emily Steel / Wall Street Journal:
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Reuters:
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Is Google Breaking The Law In Providing Ads On Typosquatting Domains?
Discussion: WebProNews
Robert Levine / New York Times:
Public Enemy to Use a Digital Distributor
John Leyden / The Register:
Harry Potter worm claims death of teen wizard
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Anything But iPod:
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Julie Moran Alterio / The Journal News:
TiVo CEO works in California, lives in Westchester
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
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Ken Fisher / Ars Technica:
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