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11:00 PM ET, July 11, 2007

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Paul Miller / Engadget:
Nintendo Wii Balance Board gets you stepping in upcoming Wii Fit title  —  Nintendo's Wii Zapper and Wii Wheel are great and all, but what's really going to get those casual gamers flocking is this here Wii Fit game and its accompanying controller.  A sort of Wii counterpart …
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Michael Hoffman / DailyTech:
Nintendo Discusses Future Gaming Plans
Discussion: CNET News.com and TechSpot News
Zillow Blog:
New Today: Welcome to the Neighborhood!  —  After an unintended false start, we're happy to announce it's here!  We just released a bunch of new features with the goal of making Zillow useful to you — more personalized, more local and more relevant.  —  We've made additions in a number …
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Donna Bogatin / Insider Chatter:
Zillow: Can We Talk? Real Estate Gets Social
Discussion: The Browser and Zillow Blog
PR Newswire:
Motorola Provides Preliminary Estimates of Second Quarter 2007 Results  —  SCHAUMBURG, Ill., July 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT - News) today announced preliminary estimates of second quarter 2007 financial results.  Although the company has not finalized …
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Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily:
Motorola: Big Q2 Revenue Miss, Handset Troubles Deepen; Stock Falls
Discussion: The Register and PR Newswire
Belkin News:
Belkin's New N1 Vision is the First Wireless Router with an Interactive Network Display … (Compton, CA) - July 11, 2007 - Belkin's new N1 Vision wireless router features an advanced interactive network display that allows you to view the activity of your network.
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Belkin News:
Wirelessly Print, Watch Movies, and Listen to Music with Belkin's New Wireless USB Hub … (Compton, CA) - July 11, 2007 - Belkin's 4-port Wireless USB Hub gives you wireless access to your USB devices without the clutter of cables.  —  Simply plug your USB devices, such as your printer and hard drive, into the Wireless USB Hub.
last100:
Microsoft on your telly: a history of the company's Internet TV strategy  —  This is the first article by Mack D. Male, in a two part series, exploring Microsoft's Internet TV strategy.  Mack is the author of Windows Media Blog and mastermaq.  —  Television over the Internet, better known as IPTV …
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Thai Tran / Google LatLong:
Google Maps Mashups 2.0  —  When we were building the original Google Maps site, we envisioned that it would eventually become a platform for navigating all kinds of location-based information, such as home listings and travel information.  Within weeks of the launch of Google Maps …
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Todd Haselton / Ars Technica:
Google offers easy map customization with Mapplets
Discussion: Download Squad and Rev2.org
Joel Hruska / Ars Technica:
New URL highlighting feature in FireFox 3 aims to make phishing harder  —  When Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7 launched last year, both of them included anti-phishing technologies designed to block (or at least warn users away from) suspected phishing web sites and attacks.
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Ryan Paul / Ars Technica:
Performance regressions lead Mozilla to delay Firefox 3 beta, change roadmap
Ecamm Network News:
iPhoneDrive Released  —  Ecamm Network today announced the release of iPhoneDrive for Mac.  —  The new program allows iPhone owners to store files and data in the iPhone's flash memory.  The iPhone can now be used for storage and backup, as well as moving files from Mac …
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Sony's new PSP is slimmer, includes video output  —  It's not quite the PSP 2 some might've hoped for, but Sony is giving its handheld console a serious refresh in the form of a slimmer, lighter and faster "updated" PSP.  The new unit still includes the 4.3-inch LCD and UMD, but is 33 percent lighter …
Bloomberg:
Yahoo Chief Yang May Fail in Ad Squeeze by Google  —  Yahoo! Inc. lost the battle with Google Inc. in searching the Internet and now may have jeopardized its lead in display advertisements.  —  Even a new chief executive officer and head of sales may not be able to prevent rival social …
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Scott Rafer is Facebooking, launching Lookery  —  Scott Rafer would be a dangerous fellow if he were running a hedge fund.  He would make momentum bets that would either pay-off or fizzle out.  He does precisely that in the start-up world, when he finds a hot trend.
Associated Press:
AOL to Pay $3 Million Settlement Over Cancellation Policy  —  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Averting a looming court battle over how it has handled the exodus from its Internet dial-up service, AOL has agreed to make it easier for its remaining customers to leave as part of a $3 million settlement with 48 states and the District of Columbia.
Susie Pan / DigiTimes:
Wintek to ship touch screen panels for new Apple iPods  —  Taiwan-based Wintek will be the panel supplier of Apple's new iPod video, according to sources at upstream suppliers.  Apple is set to launch a next-generation iPod video in August with the new products featuring a touch screen panel similar to the iPhone, the sources noted.
CNET News.com:
Democrats criticize AT&T's exclusive iPhone deal  —  Blog: AT&T's deal to sell the iPhone drew criticism from Democrats, and a defense from Republicans.  The arrangement might led to an open access requirement for a 700 MHz spectrum auction next year.
 
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