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7:35 PM ET, August 10, 2007

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Kent German / CNET News.com:
Razr2 carriers announced  —  Motorola announced today that its second-generation Razr phone will be arriving at most major U.S. carriers by the end of the summer.  The GSM Razr2 V9 will come to AT&T while the CDMA Razr2 V9m will come to Alltel, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless.
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Ryan Kim / The Technology Chronicles:
RAZR 2 is on its way to Verizon Wireless
Discussion: Reuters
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:   Sprint, Verizon both announce Motorola RAZR 2 V9m
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Yahoo Rumor Patrol: MySpace, Nope!  Google?  Maybe So.  —  Please see this disclosure related to me and Google.  —  Things have quieted down at Yahoo of late-thankfully for new CEO and co-founder Jerry Yang, who seems to be doing a good job at calming the waters at the company …
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Would Yahoo Hand Over Its Paid Search Business To Google?  —  from the wouldn't-that-be-something?  dept  —  With Yahoo and Google considered such big rivals these days, many people forget that they were originally partners.  For many years, Google provided the search engine that powered Yahoo …
Discussion: Mashable!
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:   Yahoo prez puts money where her mouth is
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
edgeio Launches Paid Content System  —  Online classifieds startup edgeio has just launched a new paid content product, which will be of particular interest to online publishers and media producers.  They're calling it "transactional classifieds", which is an awkward name for a potentially very useful e-commerce service.
Discussion: TechCrunch and Mashable!
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CPSC Home Page:
Toshiba Recalls Notebook Computer Batteries Due to Fire Hazard  —  WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firms named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product.  Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
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Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited:
Universal plans DRM-free downloads, without Apple
Discussion: Techdirt, Searchviews and David Card
Justin Berka / Infinite Loop:
Lights on Apple power adapters violate patent, claims new lawsuit  —  First (today) there was the class action lawsuit over receipts, and now Apple is being named in a another suit, this time for allegedly infringing on patents.  And unlike the receipts lawsuit, this one seems to be slightly less of a …
Discussion: Techdirt
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Justin Berka / Infinite Loop:
Apple sued over expiration dates on receipts
Discussion: Inquirer
Chris Sherman / Search Engine Land:
Search In The Year 2010  —  If I ever had to build a search engine, or more precisely, the interface of a search engine, this would be the team I would want to bring together.  When I came up with the idea of looking forward three years and speculating on what the search results page may look like in 2010 …
Catherine Holahan / Business Week:
The Case for Freeing the WSJ Online  —  Ever the risk-taker, Rupert Murdoch may be planning to gamble the newspaper's significant Web subscription revenues on the growing Internet ad market  —  For The Wall Street Journal Online, going free will come at a high cost.
Paul McNamara / Network World:
Verizon tech sets fire to home - accidentally  —  It's apparently not enough for Verizon to torment customers with unreliable FiOS TV connections, months-long installation ordeals, and an appointment-keeping record worthy of Maryland's regulatory wrath.  —  Now they're setting a house ablaze …
Discussion: Techdirt and GigaOM
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
NBC "allows" bloggers to use debate footage  —  On Wednesday, NBC announced that it will join rivals CNN and ABC in making video footage of presidential debates aired on its networks freely available for non-commercial use.  Under licensing terms posted on the MSNBC website …
snarfed.org:
facebook data store api thoughts  —  On Monday, Facebook employee Haiping Zhao quietly published a Data Store API on the Facebook developer wiki.  —  It's preliminary, and still in closed beta, but it marks a milestone in the evolution of the Facebook platform.
Discussion: Joseph Scott's Blog
Reuters:
Yahoo president snaps up $1.1M in stock  —  The buy is the largest by a Yahoo insider in more than four years, bucking a trend in the technology sector.  —  NEW YORK (Reuters) — Yahoo Inc. President Susan Decker purchased about $1.1 million of the Internet company's shares this week just after the stock hit a three-year low.
Christopher Grant / Joystiq:
Spot the HDMI-enabled Xbox 360 Premium at retail  —  After discovering that some newly price-dropped Xbox 360 Premium units were packing HDMI ports - a feature previously reserved for the more expensive Elite model - we immediately wanted to know how savvy shoppers could track down these beasts at retail.
Discussion: Kotaku, CrunchGear and digg
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News.com:
T-Mobile prepping VoIP service?  —  T-Mobile may be extending its Hotspot@Home service to offer voice over IP for fixed-line users.  —  The company is working with Linksys to make a router that integrates home phone lines into the service along with providing VoIP service over cell phones …
Discussion: Wi-Fi Networking News
Donna Bogatin / Insider Chatter:
Hey Google: When Can Matt Cutts Ditch Microsoft PowerPoint?  —  Hey Google, what ever happened to your (not) Microsoft PowerPoint killer Web-based presentation app in the works?  Everyone's favorite Google blogger, Matt Cutts, could use a little Google Presentation love right now: His …
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Gina Trapani / Lifehacker:
Geek To Live: Power replacements for built-in Windows utilities
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Jon Udell:
Excel geocoding adventures
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks:
Pibb Launches Embeddable Chat
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Department of Homeland Security:
DHS Announces Predeparture Screening of International Passengers …
Discussion: InfoWorld
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Slingbox Pro with built in component jacks hits the FCC …
vnunet:
Google China partnership to bear fruit in 2008
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Charlie Demerjian / Inquirer:
Three way Opteron server found
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Peter / The Local Onliner:
Bill Day: 'My Role as Marchex's Chief Media Officer'
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 Earlier Items: 
Reuters:
Wanted: Cyberbandits, dead or alive
Discussion: PC World
Gary Gentile / Associated Press:
DVD formats square off for holidays
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Security: don't Lord it over users, boost ISP and developer responsibility
David A. Utter / WebProNews:
Firefox Needs To Go To School
Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
Boston VCs gets first look at Y Combinator Demo Day
Ryan Naraine / ZDNet:
ATI driver flaw exposes Vista kernel to attackers
John Siracusa / Ars Technica:
Stuck on the enterprise  —  As Jobs proudly reported this Tuesday, the Mac is doing well.
Freedom to Tinker:
One Laptop Per Child, Reviewed by 12-Year-Old
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