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11:05 PM ET, January 24, 2008

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Microsoft:
Microsoft Reports Record Second Quarter Results  —  Robust holiday sales and enterprise demand drive revenue growth of 30%  —  Segment Revenue/Operating Income(Loss)  —  Second Quarter Form 10-Q View the PowerPoint Earnings Release  —  Microsoft Corp. today announced second quarter records for revenue …
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cre.ations.net:
iPhone 1.1.3 jailbreak released  —  Well, the iPhone Dev Team has done it again.  A working jailbreak for 1.1.3 is finally here.  —  STATEMENT OF RISK  —  As all upgrades are risky, this one is doubly so.  You may have to restore your phone using iTunes and start again if it fails.
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Erica Sadun / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
1.1.3 iPhone jailbreak goes LIVE
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac and Digg
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Report: iPhones piling up at AT&T stores  —  Is demand for the iPhone in America already starting to wane?  —  AT&T, the exclusive American carrier of the iPhone, activated just 900,000 iPhones during the fourth quarter, the company revealed during its earnings conference call Thursday.
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comScore:
“Top Friends” Ranks as Most Engaged Facebook Application Among U.S. Internet Users in November 2007, According to comScore Widget Metrix  —  Myspace.Com Has Largest Web Widget Viewing Audience  —  comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released …
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
The Widget Kings  —  Who rules the world of widgets?
Discussion: Dan Blank and Web Strategy
Ryan Block / Engadget:
First benchmarks: MacBook Air is the slowest Apple machine on the block  —  No one should be surprised, but if you were looking for a speed freak of a laptop, you're going to want to glaze those lustful eyes over the MacBook Air.  While the new hotness has a speedy memory bus …
Discussion: Gizmodo
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Ryan Block / Engadget:
Confirmed: MacBook Air SuperDrive does NOT work with other machines
Discussion: Gizmodo, Christopher Null and DVICE
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Digg: A social media Petri dish  —  Now that the sturm und drang over the latest changes to Digg's algorithm has died down somewhat — after the villagers made it all the way to the castle with pitchforks and lighted torches in their hands, only to relent and make peace with the lords of the manor …
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Betsy Schiffman / Epicenter:
Digg CEO Jay Adelson's Take on the So-Called “Revolt”
Discussion: muhammad.saleem and Gawker
Emily Steel / Wall Street Journal:
Wall Street Journal Web Site To Remain Subscription-Based  —  The Wall Street Journal's Web site, WSJ.com, will keep a significant portion of its content behind its paid-subscription wall, News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said Thursday.  —  Speculation that News Corp. would make WSJ.com …
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Brian Chin / Todd Bishop's Microsoft Blog:
Gates' new grand vision
Smaran / TorrentFreak:
Alchemist Author Pirates His Own Books  —  Coelho's view is that letting people swap digital copies of his books for free increases sales.  In a keynote speech (embedded below) at the Digital, Life, Design conference in Munich he talked about how uploading the Russian translation of …
Miguel Helft / Bits:
YouTube On the Go  —  YouTube first dipped its toe in the mobile world in November of 2006 with a deal to deliver some video clips through the VCast service of Verizon Wireless.  Last year it created a mobile Web site accessible on many Sprint and AT&T phones.  But the site only carried a small slice of YouTube content.
Jay Westerdal / DomainTools Blog:
Google to kill Domain Tasting  —  Submit to Digg.com!  —  January 24th, 2008 by Jay Westerdal  —  A confidential informant says Google will stop monetizing all domains if they are less then five days old.  This potential new policy change by Google could stop all Domain Tasting in its tracks.
Discussion: Cheap Hack
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Battelle Turns Down $100 Million Offer For FM Publishing.  Decides To Shop Around For a Higher Price.  —  Yesterday, news started circulating that Federated Media Publishing hired Savvian, a boutique San Francisco investment bank, to shop around the blog ad network to potential buyers.
Chris Nokleberg / Official Google Docs Blog:
We can't stop adding features!  —  We kicked off 2008 with a slew of new presentation features and your feedback is keeping us busy.  Today's additions address some of the most requested features:  — Save as PDF, for when you really need to download your presentation as a file.
Alex Iskold / ReadWriteWeb:
The “Work From Home” Generation  —  For decades in American households the most dreaded morning sound was that of an alarm clock.  Sometime between 6 and 7am a beep or radio music signaled that it was time to get up and head to work.  But in the early 21st century two things have begun to change.
 
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Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Tesla Roadster now legal for sale in the US
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Seattle Startup Weekend... This Weekend!
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Andrew Yoon / PS3 Fanboy:
Best Buy discontinuing 80GB PS3
David P. Hamilton / VentureBeat:
Google Health launching soon?
Tom Spring / PC World:
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Matt / Jive Talks:
XMPP (a.k.a. Jabber) is the future for cloud services
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear:
Claim: Nvidia working on GPGPU for Apple
Discussion: MacRumors
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Rock Band Instruments Priced, Dated
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Samsung drops the i8, we like how it looks
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Saul Hansell / Bits:
John Donahoe's Plan to Save eBay: Better Search
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Jeff Fisher / Official Google Data APIs Blog:
Easily upload your documents to Google Docs!
Christopher Breen / Macworld:
Extending iTunes rental times
Discussion: Gizmodo
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Do you know Jack?  —  Meet Jack.  Jack hates tangled earphone wires.
InfoWorld:
How the wireless spectrum auction could change your life
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