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1:05 PM ET, January 10, 2008


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Fred Vogelstein / Wired News:
The Untold Story: How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry  —  The demo was not going well.  —  Again.  —  It was a late morning in the fall of 2006.  Almost a year earlier, Steve Jobs had tasked about 200 of Apple's top engineers with creating the iPhone.
Benwilson / iPhone Atlas:
User denied iPhone warranty service for custom ringtone
Discussion: IntoMobile and All About Symbian
Americans turn to online videos  —  Online video sharing sites are reaping the benefits of the ongoing writers' strike in the US.  —  According to net measurement firm Nielsen Online, some online video sites have doubled their audience since the strike began at the end of October.
Stephen Shankland / CNET
Network Solutions amends Net registration process  —  Network Solutions, a dominant registrar of Internet sites, has stepped back from some controversial elements of a new registration process.  —  Network Solutions had implemented some changes in an attempt to curtail “front-running,” …
Karl / DSLreports:
Network Solutions Holding Domain Names Ransom - We're domain front …
Peter Lauria / New York Post:
MICROSOFT DEAL KING TO LAUNCH OWN FIRM  —  One of Microsoft's chief deal architects is leaving the software giant to start his own firm.  —  Bruce Jaffe - currently vice president of corporate development for Microsoft - plans to vacate his post at the end of February.
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider:
Microsoft to Buy Yahoo Again!  —  The Post's Microsoft (MSFT) moles report that Redmond is considering making another run at Yahoo (YHOO), this time by making its informal offer public.  This rumor rolls around every few months, and one of these day's it's going to happen, especially if Yahoo's stock continues to tank.
Bruce Schneier / Wired News:
Steal This Wi-Fi  —  Whenever I talk or write about my own security setup, the one thing that surprises people — and attracts the most criticism — is the fact that I run an open wireless network at home.  There's no password.  There's no encryption.  Anyone with wireless capability …
Discussion: Network World, Cathode Tan and Slashdot
Blu-ray could win high-def battle  —  HD DVD backers could switch sides soon  —  The two remaining studios backing HD DVD could switch sides soon, ending the high-def format war instantly.  —  Daily Variety has confirmed that Universal's commitment to backing HD DVD exclusively has ended.
Thomas K. Arnold / Hollywood Reporter:
New Line falls in line with Blu-ray
The Microsoft Office Live Small Business Blog:
Exciting Changes Coming Your Way  —  We think you'll be happy to know about improvements we're making to your Office Live Small Business service—especially since many of the suggestions came from customers like you.  (And we thank you for that!)  —  You'll find enhancements across all three …
Justin Smith / Inside Facebook:
3 Important Facebook Updates Coming Soon  —  Here's a quick look at some important Facebook updates that are expected to launch in 1Q 08:  —  1) Friend Lists Privacy Controls  —  A few weeks ago, Facebook took the first step toward enabling more efficient friend management with the release of Friend Lists.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and Mashable!
Stephen Shankland / CNET
What's the best Web site for geotagged photos?  —  Readers of this blog will have inferred I'm a fan of geotagging—in fact, I'm trying to label all my photos with the tags that show where the picture was taken, even though the geotagging process is complicated.
Discussion: All Points Blog
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Is Piracy The Leading Indicator Of Innovation?  —  I am a big believer that removing artificial scarcity almost always leads to larger markets.  The reasoning behind this is not all that hard to comprehend if you understand the economics of infinite goods.  Traditional economics was always …
Discussion: Compiler and The Pirate's Dilemma
Sean Cooper / Engadget:
Samsung surprises on the last day of CES with the SGH-F490  —  Looks like the folks at Samsung woke up on the right side of the bed this morning, and decided to gift us all with the SGH-F490.  This handsome prada-esque set features full screen browsing on its 3.2 inch screen in both landscape …
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
OLPC spin-off plans $75 laptop  —  According to a report in the New York Times today, a spin-off of OLPC is planning to launch a competitor to the company's $200 XO laptop.  Mary Lou Jepsen, former CTO of the Nicholas Negroponte-led company, claims that her new organization, Pixel Qi, can do it cheaper and better.
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee:
David Caruso Starts New Media Lexicon  —  David Caruso, star of CSI: Miami, was spotted wandering around the CES floor this week.  With the writers' strike in full effect, Caruso undoubtedly has some time on his hands, but he's not just taking in the sights — he's involved with a new startup called Lexicon Digital Communications.
Discussion: Network World and Mashable!
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Joel Hruska / Ars Technica:
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Walter S. Mossberg / Personal Technology:
Verizon's New Voyager Looks Like the iPhone, But Software Is Inferior
Facebook futures  —  Regular commentator Bill Thompson ruminates …
InfoWorld: names new CEO, president
Discussion: Digital Daily and Google Watch
Marguerite Reardon / CNET
Skype's mobile dreams
Alex Iskold / ReadWriteWeb:
Semantic Web: What Is The Killer App?
Discussion: BlueBlog