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1:45 PM ET, November 14, 2007

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Saul Hansell / Bits:
Inbox 2.0: Yahoo and Google to Turn E-Mail Into a Social Network  —  Ignore Orkut, OpenSocial, Yahoo Mash and Yahoo 360.  Google and Yahoo have come up with new and very similar plans to respond to the challenge from MySpace and Facebook: They hope to turn their e-mail systems …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Inbox 2.0 Makes Me Sad  —  Saul Hansell at the The New York Times is reporting that both Yahoo and Google are planning to use their email services as the core of their social networking strategy over time.  —  Of course, by social network, they mean Facebook and MySpace.
Marshall Kirkpatrick / Read/WriteWeb:
Yahoo! Says the Future Will be Modeled on Facebook
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Nokia:
It's what cameras have become - the new Nokia N82  —  Nokia introduces a leading edge connected camera, navigation device and multimedia computer in one  —  Espoo, Finland - Nokia unveils the Nokia N82, the latest multimedia computer optimized for photography, navigation and internet connectivity.
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Music boss: we were wrong to go to war with consumers  —  The boss of Warner Music has made a rare public confession that the music industry has to take some of the blame for the rise of p2p file sharing.  —  Speaking at the GSMA Mobile Asia Congress in Macau, Edgar Bronfman told mobile operators …
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Exclusive: Barack Obama to name a "Chief Technology Officer"  —  The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has given VentureBeat an exclusive look at his technology plan, which he plans to unveil officially tomorrow (Wednesday) before a visit to Google's headquarters.
David A. Utter / WebProNews:
Digg This: Wall Street Journal Adds Buttons  —  Only one website's buttons appear on Wall Street Journal stories, inviting readers to share articles, and those buttons belong to Digg.  —  Although the highly anticipated shift of the Wall Street Journal from a subscription model to an ad-supported …
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Kevin Rose / Digg the Blog:
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Mike Butcher / TechCrunch:
Google pitches Android to European mobile developers  —  Dave Burke, an engineering manager within Google's mobile team, stood up today at the Future of Mobile conference in London to talk about Android and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), the new open mobile platform initiative from Google.
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Jason Mick / DailyTech:
Ballmer Welcomes Google's Android OS to "Microsoft's World"
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Zack Urlocker / InfoWorld:
Virtualization: C'mon In!  —  The market for server virtualization software appears to have gotten a whole lot more crowded this week.  Not only did Oracle announce free server virtualization software at the Oracle Open World conference, but Microsoft and VMWare also made announcements of competing free offerings.
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Chris Preimesberger / eWEEK.com:
Dell to Offer Sun's Solaris, OpenSolaris in Servers
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Sandisk:
SanDisk Offers New Flash-Based Accelerator to Speed Up System Performance in Consumer Laptops and PCs  —  SanDisk Vaulter Disk, a PCI Express Module, Wins  —  2008 Best of Innovations Award From Consumer Electronics Association  —  SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) today unveiled …
BBC:
Nintendo warns of Wii shortages  —  A chronic shortage of Nintendo's popular Wii console could mean disappointment for those putting it at the top of their Christmas list.  —  The BBC has learned that high street retailers are struggling to keep up with demand for the console, which has been in short supply for months.
Craig Rubens / NewTeeVee:
NTV Live Keynote: Ralph de la Vega, AT&T  —  "I think IPTV is the new TV," Ralph de la Vega opened.  AT&T wants to connect people to everything in their lives — music, business, entertainment — and do it on the go, Vega explained.  With countless iPhones visible in the crowd …
Discussion: last100 and HipMojo.com
BBC:
'Virtual theft' leads to arrest  —  A Dutch teenager has been arrested for allegedly stealing virtual furniture from "rooms" in Habbo Hotel, a 3D social networking website.  —  The 17-year-old is accused of stealing 4,000 euros (£2,840) worth of virtual furniture, bought with real money.
Discussion: Gizmodo and MarketingVOX
Cliff Edwards / Business Week:
Apple iMac: Still the Desktop Star  —  A minimalist redesign, a zippy new OS, and terrific new software make the iMac the all-in-one desktop computer of choice for multimedia lovers … Zooming around a sharp corner while playing Electronic Arts' Need for Speed video game on my computer …
Discussion: MacDailyNews and The Mac Observer
Christoph Oehler / Google LatLong:
Google Transit trip planning in Europe  —  We are very happy to announce the launch of Google Transit trip planner in Europe.  For quite some time, Google Maps has featured transit stop icons with helpful information like lines serving a station and next departures for many cities.
Craig Rubens / NewTeeVee:
NTV Live Conversation: Mika Salmi, MTVN  —  Mika Salmi, President of Global Digital Media for MTV Networks, has years of online experience, dating back to his work at RealNetworks and AtomFilms.  "Good, we can ask him tough questions," Om quipped.  Salmi admitted in the first question that he's all about the cartoons.
Discussion: HipMojo.com and Mashable!
 
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Darren Murph / Engadget:
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Software update for Nokia N800 tablet leaks, fans go gaga
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Tim Lee / Techdirt:
Comics Publishers Should Free Their Archives
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