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11:55 PM ET, December 3, 2007

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Kevin Rose / Digg the Blog:
Images and new categories launch tonight  —  Hey everyone.  Believe it or not, the dedicated images section you've been waiting for finally goes live later tonight.  Lots of changes in this release:  — New Universal Taxonomy  —  Now you can submit news, images, or videos to any category on Digg!
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Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Picture this: Digg adds photos, taxonomy
Discussion: ParisLemon and The Last Podcast
Blog.Photobucket.com:
Photobucket and Digg Bring Popular Rankings to Photos
Discussion: Mashable!
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
More Facebook Advertisers Bail From Beacon.  Plus, New Concerns.  —  The backlash against Facebook's Beacon advertising program just gets worse every day.  First, advertising partner Coca-Cola got cold feet over privacy issues.  Now Overstock is bailing from the program, and Travelocity is having doubts.
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AppleInsider:
Apple, AT&T sued over iPhone's Visual Voicemail feature  —  Apple and AT&T on Monday were hit with a hefty patent infringement lawsuit from Klausner Technologies, which charges the pair with treading on patented technology by offering Visual Voicemail service to iPhone customers.
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The Boy Genius Report:
Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard in 100 pictures  —  Can't believe we missed this!  The brand new Motorola Q9 with Wi-Fi we just got?  Yeah, that has Windows Mobile 6.1 on it!  We're getting the video up soon, but for now, check out our full Windows Mobile 6.1 gallery, and the new things we found!
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Motorola CTO steps down following CEO's departure  —  Motorola's chief technology officer has resigned her position, just days after CEO Ed Zander announced his own plans to move on.  —  Gizmodo reported Monday that Padmasree Warrior's departure was announced via a company-wide e-mail Monday …
Discussion: GigaOM and ...about mobility …
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Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:   Motorola's Chief Technology Officer Splits [See Ya]
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped:
Colored Labels Coming to Gmail?  —  Some Gmail users have spotted they can now customize their label colors.  Perhaps Google is experimenting with this feature, or they are rolling it out for all of us at the moment.  Also, with this change you can now remove a label from a mail you are viewing by clicking on the label's X button.
Discussion: ParisLemon and Googlified
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Robby Stein / Official Gmail Blog:
The next evolution of labels
Discussion: Mashable! and The Last Podcast
David Chartier / Infinite Loop:
Report: Apple caves in Hollywood face off, will raise iTunes movie prices  —  An important rule of playing chicken in the business world is that someone, sooner or later, needs to blink.  Otherwise deals don't get made, consumers don't get to spend money on anything, and summer mansions in extravagant locations sit lonely year round.
Discussion: MacNN, Contentinople and Digg
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Andrew Hampp / AdAge:
Nick Show Captures Bigger Audiences Online Than on TV  —  'Yo Gabba Gabba' Has Turned Into a Viral Sensation With 17.8 Million Streams — by More Than Just Kids  —  Either kids have gotten really web-savvy (quite likely) or adults are starting to spend more time watching shows geared toward the preschool set (even likelier).
Oliver Starr / blognation USA:
Marc Orchant Suffers Massive Coronary  —  THIS IS NOT AN ATTEMPT AT HUMOR  —  PLEASE REPOST  —  At some time between 7:30 and 8:10 AM on Sunday Morning December 2nd, 2007, Marc Orchant, my fellow author on this blog, as well as one of my closest friends sustained a massive heart attack while working in his home office.
Chris Williams / The Register:
Microsoft's sex-obsessed RoboSanta spouts filth at children  —  The Register Desktop Support Seminar .  Live & Online 11th December (10am PST)  —  Disturbing news has reached our Yuletide youthful innocence bunker that Microsoft's new artificial intelligence-powered Santa bot is subjecting …
Peter Cohen / Macworld:
Steve Jobs to keynote Macworld Expo 2008  —  IDG World Expo on Monday announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote address to attendees of Macworld Conference & Expo 2008.  The keynote address happens on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008 at 9:00 AM in the Moscone West facility at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center.
Schneier on Security:
Security in Ten Years  —  This is a conversation between myself and Marcus Ranum.  It will appear in Information Security Magazine this month.  —  Bruce Schneier: Predictions are easy and difficult.  Roy Amara of the Institute for the Future once said: "We tend to overestimate the effect …
Discussion: Slashdot
Noah / FishBowlNY:
News Corp. Buys Beliefnet.com  —  Steve Waldman's belief paid off today when News Corp. purchased Beliefnet.com, the spirituality-based Web site Waldman founded in 1999 and has run as editor-in-chief since.  —  In response to an anonymous tip we received, a call to Waldman resulted …
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
At Wikipedia, Illustrators May Be Paid  —  The foundation that runs Wikipedia has finally agreed to pay contributors to the online encyclopedia a modest fee for their work.  But it won't pay the thousands of people who participate in creating the wiki pages — just artists who create "key illustrations" for the site.
Seth Weintraub / Computerworld Blogs:
iPhone browsing marketshare closes in on .1%  —  Net Applications came out with its quarterly browser marketshare report this weekend.  More surprising than the solid market share gains that the Mac platform made, was iPhone's phenomenal showing.  —  .09 percent may seem …
CBC News:
Calgary man loses $20K after eBay sale hijacked  —  RCMP investigator says eBay trying to hide scam problem  —  A Calgary man is one of 1,000 Canadians who have been scammed on eBay through a tactic known as hijacking, and the RCMP says the online auction service is not co-operating with their criminal investigations.
Discussion: The Register
Jason Mick / DailyTech:
IE vs Firefox: The Trash Talking Heats Up  —  A recent Microsoft took a rather insulting stab at Mozilla, so the open-source firm decide to do some trash talking of its own.  —  Mozilla is all hustle and bustle these days, trying to fix the remaining bugs before it rolls out its final release …
 
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John Markoff / New York Times:
Spam's End? Maybe, if Time Allows
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Eliot Phillips / Hack a Day:
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Did the Long Tail Beget Social Design?
Alice Z. Cuneo / AdAge:
Could IPhone Up Mobile-Marketing Stakes? Land Rover, Others Think So
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David A. Utter / WebProNews:
Rising In Google: iPhone, Webkinz, And TMZ
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Ellen Lee / The Technology Chronicles:
Watching movies in Gaia's virtual movie theater
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Yuri Kageyama / Associated Press:
Gibson shows new self-tuning guitar
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The Second Coming  —  Michael Dell is back in charge …
Jason Chen / Gizmodo:
Sync Your iPhone, iPod Touch Over Wi-Fi [Software]
Discussion: Infinite Loop
Bryan Gardiner / Epicenter:
700 MHz Applications Due Today
Discussion: The Register and DSLreports
Ryan Carrigg / Compete Blog:
Netflix vs. Blockbuster: Q3 Earnings Reports and Digital Delivery Strategies
Christopher S. Rugaber / Associated Press:
Justices Turn Down Online Piracy Case
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