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7:00 PM ET, September 10, 2007

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Natalie Kerris / Apple:
Apple Sells One Millionth iPhone  —  Apple® today announced it sold its one millionth iPhone™ yesterday, just 74 days after its introduction on June 29. iPhone combines three devices into one—a mobile phone, a widescreen iPod®, and the best mobile Internet device ever …
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Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Apple's (AAPL) iPhone: 1 Million Is Below Plan  —  Days after Apple gets hammered by the Street over iPhones sales, Steve Jobs tells us that he's selling plenty of fancy phones: 1 million of them in 74 days.  The news, announced before the market opened, bumped up AAPL: Shares immediately jumped to $137.
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Weekend frenzy led to 1 million iPhones sold?
Discussion: eWEEK.com
Brian Briggs / BBspot:
Jobs Offers Apple Lisa Early Adopters Store Credit  —  Cupertino, CA - Early adopters of the iPhone weren't the only ones receiving in-store credit from Steve Jobs.  In an overlooked announcement, Jobs said that early adopters of the Apple Lisa would be receiving a $7000 in-store credit.
NEWS.com.au:
Google's 'top spot for sale'  —  GOOGLE has been selling off the top rankings on its search engine results to commercial partners, rather than sorting them by relevance as it claims to, a Sydney court has heard.  —  The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) …
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Agence France Presse:
Google misleads on sponsored links, Australian court told
Discussion: Ars Technica
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land:
Australian Watchdog Has Day In Court Over Google "Selling Top Spot"
Discussion: WebProNews
Ryan Block / Engadget:
HD video: iPhone unlocked on camera from start to finish  —  Ok, here it is, the first time on camera you've seen a real iPhone software SIM unlocked from start to finish (and not done with the demo app iPhoneSIMfree sent out last week).  The last iPhoneSIMfree unlock video we had only showed …
Peter Burrows / Business Week:
Apple Eyes the Wireless Auction  —  Steve Jobs & Co. consider joining the FCC's auction of wireless spectrum, and a win would give Apple many intriguing options—for the iPhone and more  —  Talk of the government's pending auction of valuable wireless spectrum has focused largely …
Kevin J. Delaney / Wall Street Journal:
Yahoo's Cautious Course  —  How Now 'Sacred Cow'?  —  Lack of Major Overhaul Poses Test  —  Investors who have grown impatient with Yahoo Inc. may have to wait awhile longer to see any pop in its stock.  —  The Internet company replaced its chief executive in June and this summer kicked off …
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
Breaking: Apple Cripples iPod Touch, Eliminates "Add" Button from Calendar  —  According to support discussions and their own description pages, Apple has removed the ability to add events in the iPod touch's calendar, even while it uses the same operating system and application frameworks as the iPhone [Updated after the jump]
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Microsoft offers its take on CapGemini-Google deal  —  Microsoft has been noticeably quiet whenever we bloggers/press folk ask them for comments on Google various announcements.  Today's CapGemini-Google partnership to sell Google Apps Premier Edition (GAPE) must have struck a nerve …
Ed Christman / Reuters:
Music industry betting on 'ringle' format  —  NEW YORK (Billboard) - As the recording industry wakes up from its summer slumber and starts thinking about what will motivate the consumer for the holiday selling season, the major labels are getting ready to launch the "ringle," …
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Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:   Record Industry Proves Again How Much They've Lost The Plot
Geoffrey Lean / The Independent:
Germany warns citizens to avoid using Wi-Fi  —  Environment Ministry's verdict on the health risks from wireless technology puts the British government to shame.  —  People should avoid using Wi-Fi wherever possible because of the risks it may pose to health, the German government has said.
Discussion: The Register and TECH.BLORGE.com
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Villu Arak / Heartbeat:
On the worm that affects Skype for Windows users  —  (updated at 16.30 GMT, added Symantec reference)  —  (update at 17.15 GMT: FSecure now calls the virus W32/Skipi.A. Symantec has named it W32.Pykspa.D.)  —  The new week has started with a bang.  And not the kind of bang we like.
Nick / Rough Type:
Adblock Plus: what would Jesus do?  —  I'm deep in a quandary.  A couple of days ago, after calling Adblock Plus "the nuclear plug-in," I actually went nuclear.  I downloaded the sucker and started using it.  I was seduced by Noam Cohen's description of the almost Zenlike sense of peace …
Discussion: Bits
Everything TypePad:
Introducing TypePad for iPhone and iPod touch  —  We've baked moblogging into TypePad from the very beginning.  From integration with Nokia's LifeBlog to our free TypePad Mobile client for Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and Symbian phones, TypePad has been leading the field with excellent mobile blogging tools and services.
Ben Kuchera / Opposable Thumbs:
$400 40GB PS3 with Spidey 3 Blu-ray pack-in?  Our mole tells all  —  Our mole has a great track record: both the Xbox 360 HDMI story and the wired Xbox 360 Rock Band controllers have since been confirmed.  Whoever our friendly inside source is, he's got some great contacts.
Mui Mui / Weird Asia News:
Pee Powered Batteries On Sale in Japan  —  In February we talked about a Pee Powered battery that was in the testing phase in Japan.  Now it would seem they have made it to the store for the Japanese to buy and use.  —  NoPoPo (Non-Pollution Power) Aqua Batteries are available in both AA and AAA form …
Dan Farber / Between the Lines:
Michael Dell: Changing the economics of SMB storage  —  Company founder and CEO Michael Dell was in San Francisco today, conducting a global Webcast "town hall meeting" focused on how his company is removing cost and complexity from storage solutions for the "under-served" market of small- and medium-sized businesses.
Discussion: InfoWorld and The Register
 
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Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
IMMI — the ad company wants to follow you around
Evan Blass / Engadget:
Wii Zapper, with Zelda minigame, shipping 11/19 for twenty bucks
Andrew Schmitt / Nyquist Capital:
The Bandwidth Explosion Myth
Symbian OS:
Symbian welcomes the US HSDPA variant of the Nokia N95
Tom Espiner / ZDNet:
HP targets Cisco dominance with core switch
Discussion: InfoWorld
Ashlee Vance / The Register:
AMD finally goes native with Barcelona
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Do ISPs Ignore Security Researchers Who Point Out Zombied Machines?
Nick Farrell / Inquirer:
AT&T is cruising for a bruising  —  But then the Baby Bells are gonners, init?!?
Discussion: Gizmodo and Slashdot
 Earlier Items: 
Kent German / Crave: The gadget blog:
Verizon could get even sexier  —  Yes, you read that correctly.
Discussion: Gizmodo and Mobility Site
Dan Goodin / The Register:
ISPs turn blind eye to million-machine malware monster
Discussion: Ubergizmo
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Hot Trends Has a Feed
Robert X. Cringely / InfoWorld:
Quechup.com — online dating gone spammy
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Judge deals blow to RIAA's boilerplate copyright infringement complaints
Steven D. Levitt / Freakonomics:
Should Apple Burn Its Economics Textbooks?
Evan Blass / Engadget:
iPhoneSIMfree goes retail, let the unlocking begin
Katie Hafner / New York Times:
Fun, Tours and a $3,000 Bill for Hardly Using an iPhone
 

 
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