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10:45 AM ET, September 6, 2007

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Mihai Parparita / Official Google Reader Blog:
"We found it!"  —  Here's a search box:  —  Search in Reader  —  Doesn't seem all that special, does it?  Most Google sites have it.  But let's look at where it is:  —  That's right, search is finally in Google Reader.  Now you can find that that apricot recipe you came across a few months ago and now have a craving for.
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Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Reader Adds Search  —  As mentioned in the previous post, Google Reader is now mature.  But how could it mature be without having a search feature?  The wait is over: Google Reader finally added search.  —  You can search all your feeds, the feeds from a folder or the posts from a single feed.
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Reading Reactor (or a Google Reader Update)
USA Today:
Q&A with Jobs: 'That's what happens in technology'  —  It's not every day you slice the price of a popular product by one-third.  —  But Apple CEO Steve Jobs did just that Wednesday with the iPhone.  By the end of the day, the combination cellphone, iPod and Internet device was available for $399, down from $599.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Nokia Marketing Team Reaches Out To Angry iPhone Users  —  Nokia's marketing department did some quick thinking yesterday.  They're targeting iPhone users who are angry about the fact that they paid $200 more for their phone than they would have if they waited.
Philip Fung / Facebook Blog:
Public Search Listings on Facebook … Starting today, we are making limited public search listings available to people who are not logged in to Facebook.  We're expanding search so that people can see which of their friends are on Facebook more easily.  The public search listing contains less information …
Brad Stone / New York Times:
Are Books Passé?  Web Giants Envision the Next Chapter  —  Technology evangelists have predicted the emergence of electronic books for as long as they have envisioned flying cars and video phones.  It is an idea that has never caught on with mainstream book buyers.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Amazon & Google To Enter eBook Business  —  The New York Times is reporting that both Amazon and Google are entering the eBook business this year, joining Sony and others who already have products (the image to the right is Sony's Reader).  —  The new Amazon product and service will be called …
Peter Kafka / Silicon Alley Insider:
e-Books, Yet Again — Amazon Gears Up To Fail
Discussion: TeleRead
USA Today:
Some early iPhone buyers irked; others have no regrets  —  AN FRANCISCO — Some of the first iPhone buyers were divided about the news that Apple is slashing its price by $200, barely two months after the cellphone was launched.  —  Apple on Wednesday announced the lower price, $399 …
Discussion: Salon: Machinist
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Mike Schramm / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
iPods all run video out  —  I completely missed one of the biggest changes made to the various iPods today— they're now all capable of video out.  Apple is selling Component and Composite video cables right now, and listing them as compatible with the new Nanos, iPod Classic, iPod Touch, and even the iPhone.
Discussion: Gadget Lab
Vince Veneziani / CrunchGear:
iPod Touch May Have Bluetooth
Discussion: Engadget and Gizmodo
Jon Fortt / CNNMoney.com:
Apple unveils new iPod with Wi-Fi
Saul Hansell / Bits:
Apple Reactions: The Future of Wireless Audio and Video
David Pogue / New York Times:
High-Speed Video Store in the Living Room  —  If you had to make a master list of all the world's problems, "limited access to movies" probably wouldn't appear until page 273,996.  —  Truth is, life is teeming with opportunities to see movies: movie theaters, video stores, DVD-by-mail services …
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Darren Murph / Engadget:
Microsoft's Media Center to support four CableCARDs  —  Hot on the heels of finding out who Microsoft chose to buddy up with for its Extenders for Windows Media Center comes word that the software itself will support up to four CableCARDs in a single configuration.
Discussion: Gizmodo
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Robert McLaws / Windows Vista Edition:
IPTV, V2 Extenders Coming to Windows Vista Media Center
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Books: Embed Book Clips Into Websites  —  Google Books released a useful new tool this morning - the ability to embed parts of public domain books directly into other websites and/or Google Notebook.  —  The clip from the image above is embedded below.  You can choose an image or text embed (both are below).
Dan Farber / Between the Lines:
Zoho preps Business edition  —  Zoho is prepping a Business edition of its on demand software suite aimed at small and medium-sized businesses.This new version will compete with Google Apps, which includes only email, calendar, chat, document and spreadsheet applications, and administrative functions, for $50 per user per year.
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
10 Future Web Trends  —  We're well into the current era of the Web, commonly referred to as Web 2.0.  Features of this phase of the Web include search, social networks, online media (music, video, etc), content aggregation and syndication (RSS), mashups (APIs), and much more.
 
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PC Magazine:
Zeno Could Be Next Robot Boy Wonder
Discussion: Engadget and The Raw Feed
Nick Gonzalez / TechCrunch:
More Competition For IPTV: HP Launching Next.TV
Wall Street Journal:
Download This: YouTube Phenom Has a Big Secret
Discussion: David Card and Tech~Surf~Blog
David Kravets / Wired News:
Universal Music Sues Video-Sharing Site
Amanda Lorenzani / The blognation:
blognation's World First Tour Through WiTV, The Joost Killer From Italy
John Markoff / New York Times:
Apple Cuts iPhone Price Ahead of Holidays
Discussion: GigaOM and Tech Trader Daily
George Ou:
Sun packs big bang in tiny 2U Intel 7300 16-core server
Xavier / notebooks.com:
HP iPAQ 600 Business Navigator Series (video)
 Earlier Items: 
Loren / Incremental Blogger:
Quick look at InkWell and Vista handwriting recognition
Discussion: WinBeta and jkOnTheRun
Richard Martin / InformationWeek:
Linux Adoption To Slow, Say CIOs
Soso Sazesh / Techomical:
NBC/News Corp Joint Venture Hulu Sued By Lulu Enterprises
Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
How to have a happy CTO & CEO marriage
Michael Kanellos / ZDNet:
Seagate's new line of hard drives
Discussion: GigaOM
Todd Haselton / Ars Technica:
Microsoft's LucidTouch: a multi-touch display with pseudo-transparency
Discussion: acm.org
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Spreadsheets Lets You Import Online Data
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped
Paul Krill / InfoWorld:
Microsoft touts cost savings of Vista over XP
Discussion: eWEEK.com