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11:30 AM ET, May 31, 2008

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Kenneth Chang / New York Times:
Phoenix to Earthlings: I've Landed!  Awesome!  —  @infoholic Yup, I can dig into frozen ground as hard as concrete.  The scoop has special blades and a powered “rasp” to scrape ice.  Cool!  —  Whoever thought a NASA spacecraft could be so adept at social networking and Web 2.0?
Dr. Jim Anderson / The Business Of IT:
Gartner Reveals Top 10 Technologies  —  The good folks over at the Gartner Group have revealed the top 10 technologies that they believe will change the world over the next four years:  — Multicore and hybrid processors  — Virtualization and fabric computing  — Social networks and social software
Kristina Peterson / Mercury News:
Teens say they were banned from Apple stores for life, company denies it  —  Four Palo Alto teenagers raised in the heart of Silicon Valley got the scare of their lives when they thought they might be banished from all Apple stores worldwide, for life.  —  Their crime, the teens said …
Stephen Hutcheon / Sydney Morning Herald:
Clerical error exposes Google as anonymous eBay critic  —  Screen grab of the submission to the ACCC showing Google's “fingerprints”.  —  The Australian competition watchdog has accidentally revealed Google as the anonymous source of a submission that is highly critical of eBay's proposal …
Discussion: TechCrunch and The Register
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Subnotebook vs. UMPC vs. Netbook: WTF Is the Difference?  —  When Blam broke the news on Dell's mini Inspiron, there was one he was stuck on: How to categorize it.  Is it a subnotebook?  A UMPC?  A netbook?  (Knowing the specs might have helped, but probably not much.)
Associated Press:
Radiohead to Prince: Unblock ‘Creep’ cover videos  —  Radiohead tells Prince to unblock videos of his ‘Creep’ cover from Coachella  —  NEW YORK (Associated Press) - After word spread that Prince covered Radiohead's “Creep” at Coachella, the tens of thousands who couldn't be there ran to YouTube for a peek.
Stephanie Clifford / New York Times:
Billboards That Look Back  —  In advertising these days, the brass ring goes to those who can measure everything — how many people see a particular advertisement, when they see it, who they are.  All of that is easy on the Internet, and getting easier in television and print.  —  Billboards are a different story.
Kim Zetter / Wired News:
From the Eye of a Legal Storm, Murdoch's Satellite-TV Hacker Tells All  —  SAN DIEGO — Christopher Tarnovsky feels vindicated.  The software engineer and former satellite-TV pirate has been on the hot seat for five years, accused of helping his former employer, a Rupert Murdoch company …
Discussion: Threat Level and Slashdot
Microsoft:
Microsoft Security Advisory (953818)  —  Blended Threat from Combined Attack Using Apple's Safari on the Windows Platform  —  Microsoft is investigating new public reports of a blended threat that allows remote code execution on all supported versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista when Apple's Safari for Windows has been installed.
Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:
Is there a management exodus at Bebo?  —  Angel Gambino, the Bebo executive in charge of attracting record labels and musicians to the site, has resigned and she appears to be part of an executive exodus at the company following its $850 million acquisition by AOL.
Erica Ogg / CNET News.com:
Dish/EchoStar sues TiVo over DVR patent  —  A month after an appeals court confirmed that Dish Network's DVR software had indeed violated a TiVo patent, Dish is retaliating with a lawsuit of its own.  —  The Colorado-based satellite TV provider filed suit in Delaware Friday …
Electronista:
Bell Canada hit with class-action throttling lawsuit  —  Bell Canada is facing a class-action lawsuit as a result of its Internet access policies, an announcement reveals.  A Quebec group called L'Union des consommateurs, along with Bell customer Myrna Raphael, are accusing Bell of false advertising …
Discussion: DSLreports and p2pnet
 
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Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab:
Apple Core Stops Selling Apple TV Hacking Dongle
Discussion: Engadget
Fred / A VC:
I Got Lucky  —  A recent commenter suggested that I blog …
Discussion: Valleywag
Reuters:
Time Warner Cable to offer web to TV link
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Userplane, the Really Big Widget Ad Network
David Carnoy / CNET News.com:
New RCA Small Wonder video cams now available
DealBook:
A Letter to Facebook's Founder
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Andy Greenberg / Forbes:
War Without Soldiers
The Macalope:
How do you get to 10 million?
Discussion: The iPhone Blog
 Earlier Items: 
Stephen Shankland / Webware.com:
Yahoo gets more social with new Messenger 9 beta
Discussion: CyberNet
DigiTimes:
Gigabyte to apologize to Asustek
Shane McGlaun / DailyTech:
Seagate CEO Says 2TB HDD and Its First SSD Coming Next Year
InfoWorld:
Researchers breach Microsoft's CardSpace ID technology
Saul Hansell / Bits:
Comcast Tries to Break Some Windows
Discussion: Susan Crawford blog and Digg
Shoemoney:
Why I Do Not Like CPM Advertising On Blogs
Steve / Burning Questions:
Into the wild: AdSense for feeds
 

 
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Elisabeth Witchel / Committee to Protect Journalists:
CPJ's 2014 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

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SCOTUSblog denied press pass, its reporter's Supreme Court credentials expire next month

 
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