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9:55 PM ET, November 30, 2007

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Kevin J. Delaney / Wall Street Journal:
Google Will Bid in FCC Spectrum Auction  —  Google Inc. announced Friday that it will apply to bid for wireless spectrum in a January Federal Communications Commission auction.  —  The Mountain View, Calif., Internet company had previously said it would probably bid for spectrum …
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Official Google Blog:
Who's going to win the spectrum auction?  Consumers.  —  Posted by by Chris Sacca, Head of Special Initiatives  —  Here at Google, we see the upcoming 700 megahertz spectrum auction at the Federal Communications Commission as one of the best opportunities consumers will have to enjoy more choices in the world of wireless devices.
Adam Kovacevich / Google:
Google Will Apply to Participate in FCC Spectrum Auction  —  Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) announced today that it will apply to participate in the Federal Communications Commission's upcoming auction of wireless spectrum in the 700 megahertz (MHz) band.  —  As part of the nationally mandated transition …
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Ironic, Yes, But Zuckerberg's Privacy Violated  —  [UPDATED with more information.]  —  So exactly why did Facebook unleash such a massive legal fury on 02138 magazine yesterday over documents the publication posted online?  —  Because, said sources, those documents-including an application …
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Saul Hansell / Bits:
Facebook: What Would Google Do?  —  From its spare white layout …
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News.com:
Seeking 'veritas' in Facebook's latest legal battle
Discussion: Bits and Silicon Alley Insider
The Boy Genius Report:
BlackBerry 9000 specs revealed, our early Christmas present to you  —  Let's start this off this by stating there's more to this device than what will be listed.  This is just what's known at this point, although these details have yet to be confirmed as final specifications.
Billboard.Biz:
A Tipping Point For MP3s  —  The scope of a yearlong download promotion planned between Pepsi and Amazon, Billboard has learned, is among several developments forcing further consideration by Warner Music Group (WMG) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment to follow EMI and Universal Music Group's lead in distributing music in the MP3 format.
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David Kaplan / paidContent.org:
Amazon 1 Billion MP3 Giveaway Offer; Under Pressure, Labels Warm To DRM-free Format
Discussion: Gizmodo
DSLreports:
Is AT&T Angry With Apple?  - Or did AT&T CEO just screw up?  —  This week AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson let it slip that consumers could expect a new iPhone next year that offered HSDPA wireless broadband support.  That's not a particularly bright move for the CEO of a massive telecom empire …
IEBlog:
The First Year of IE7  —  It's been a little over a year since we released IE7 on Windows XP and for Windows Vista, so I thought it would be worthwhile to talk about where we are after the year.  —  According to internal Microsoft research based on data from Visual Sciences Corporation …
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Ryan Naraine / Ryan Naraine's Zero Day:   IE vs Firefox: Microsoft crunches security numbers
InfoWorld:
Google working to make Street View anonymous  —  In the face of ethical concerns, Google is considering changes to its Street View Google Maps feature that would protect the privacy of those it photographs.  —  When Street View is rolled out in Europe, Google will alter Street View photos …
David Chartier / Infinite Loop:
Uncovered: Evidence that Mac OS X could run Windows apps soon  —  Once Intel chips landed inside Macs and Boot Camp made its debut, it got a lot harder to blame rumor mongers for making a certain leap: Mac OS X could one day run Windows apps sans-Windows.  Indeed, projects like the open source Wine …
David Kaplan / paidContent.org:
Social Media Aggregator Flux Releases New Platform Aimed Expanding Services Beyond MTVN  —  Social media aggregator Flux.com is releasing two products today designed to let web publishers move their content seamlessly among community sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and more.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:   Flux Launches Self Service Product; Full On Ning Competitor
Michael McWhertor / Kotaku:
Gamespot Editor Fired Over Kane & Lynch Review?  [Rumor]  —  We've heard an unsettling rumor today from an anonymous tipster that longtime game reviewer Jeff Gerstmann from Gamespot has been let go.  That wouldn't necessarily be newsworthy, but the conditions under which he was allegedly dismissed were.
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Ben Kuchera / Opposable Thumbs:
GameSpot editor fired, possibly for panning Kane & Lynch
Discussion: Joystiq, Valleywag and Xbox 360 Fanboy
Jakob Lodwick:
Act II will follow a brief intermission  —  As of an hour ago, I am no longer affiliated with IAC/InterActiveCorp/Connected Ventures/Vimeo.  No hard feelings!  —  Goodbye to everyone at CV; you are wonderful and I will miss you.  —  And now, I will turn off my cell phone for the evening and catch up with everyone later!
Om Malik / NewTeeVee:
AOL to Suspend Paid Downloads, Replace with Amazon Unbox  —  AOL Video is going to drop its own for-pay download offerings in favor of Amazon Unbox, according to company officials.  AOL will integrate links to Amazon Unbox, while content will be integrated throughout AOL Video and in relevant video search results across the site.
Janet Meiners / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim:
Google About to Kill Expired Domain Sales  —  Today is Google day on Marketing Pilgrim.  I had to throw in this story.  First Google is testing a way for people to customize their search results.  Marketers shutter (but you know it's coming).  Now, based on a thread on Webmastersworld Google …
Briansolis / bub.blicio.us:
Valleywag's Megan McCarthy Gets Wired  —  I'm a big fan of Megan McCarthy, not just because we're good friends, but because I admire her tenacity and her writing.  This is a person who gets what she wants - by earning it.  —  Megan is leaving Valleywag in two weeks to start a new writing gig over at Wired.
Discussion: Valleywag
comScore:
YouTube Continues to Lead U.S. Online Video Market with 28 Percent Market Share, According to comScore Video Metrix  —  Nearly 2 in 5 U.S. Internet Users Watched a YouTube Video in September  —  comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released …
 
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Mari Silbey / Connected Home 2 Go:
Juicy Details on the New Switched Digital Solution for CableCARD Devices
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Malware Targets E-Banking Security Technology
Dean Takahashi / Tech Talk with Dean Takahashi:
Exclusive: Hackers say they can pick pockets of characters …
Discussion: Crave and Official Linden Blog
John Biggs / CrunchGear:
TAG Heuer watch: WTF?
Discussion: Gizmodo
Marshall Kirkpatrick / Read/WriteWeb:
The Troubles With OpenID 2.0  —  Portland, Oregon's JanRain …
Discussion: CenterNetworks and JanRain
Joel Hruska / Ars Technica:
Cybersquatting daisy-chain leads to Dell trademark infringement lawsuit
Discussion: Computerworld
Ben Kuchera / Ars Technica:
DivX support, classic Xbox games coming in Fall Dashboard Update
Carrie Farrell / Official Google Blog:
Tracking Santa, then and now  —  It was more than half a century ago …
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Jason Lee Miller / WebProNews:
Digital Photo Frames Pique Searcher Interest
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Doug Aamoth / CrunchGear:
So long Motorola CEO Ed Zander, we hardly knew ye
Discussion: Epicenter
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Make Some Software Better, Get Arrested For Copyright Infringement
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee:
Studios' "Groundbreaking" Offer Rejected
Anne Broache / CNET News.com:
Net neutrality may not resolve Comcast vs. BitTorrent
Fred Wilson / Union Square Ventures:
Why Early Stage Venture Investments Fail
Eric / Blogger in Draft:
New feature: OpenID commenting
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Facebook Nabs $60 Million Investment from Li Ka-shing
 

 
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