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6:20 AM ET, July 9, 2008

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Walter S. Mossberg / Personal Technology:
Newer, Faster, Cheaper iPhone 3G  —  Apple Inc.'s iPhone has been the world's most influential smart phone since its debut a year ago, widely hailed for its beauty and functionality.  It was a true hand-held computer that raised the bar for all its competitors.
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David Pogue / New York Times:
For iPhone, the ‘New’ Is Relative  —  One year and 11 days ago, our nation was swept by iPhone Mania.  TV news coverage was relentless.  Hard-core fans camped out to be the first in line.  Bloggers referred to Apple's new product as the “Jesus phone.”  —  It was a stunning black slab of glass …
USA Today:
Apple's new iPhone 3G: Still not perfect, but really close  —  Extra, extra: iPhone 3G: The Sequel, is worth the wait.  —  It's cheaper, faster and a lot friendlier for business.  Apple's blockbuster smartphone already had nifty features such as visual voicemail, a splendid built-in video iPod …
Discussion: I4U News, iLounge and The iPhone Blog
The Boy Genius / Boy Genius Report:
iPhone 3G unboxing, bitches!  —  Have you heard of the new iPhone 3G?  One of our Apple ninjas came through for us, and we've got some unboxing goodness for you to enjoy.  Yes sir — iPhone 3G is in the BGR offices!  First impressions?  It's black and shiny.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0:
They're out!  The first iPhone 3G reviews  —  First the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg jumped the gun, publishing his online review of Apple's new iPhone 3G on Tuesday night, more than a day before his usual Thursday column appears.  —  Then, about an hour later, the New York Times responded in kind …
Discussion: atmaspheric and AppleInsider
Erica Sadun / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Why you shouldn't buy the iPhone 3G on Friday
Niniane Wang / The Official Google Blog:
Be who you want on the web pages you visit  —  A while ago, I looked around the social web and wished that it could be less static.  Sure, you can leave a comment on a blog or write a text blurb on your social networking profile.  But what if you want to express yourself in a more fun way …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Launches Virtual World Called Lively  —  Well, this sucks for Second Life.  Google is launching a new service today called Lively, a browser based virtual world add-on that lets users create and customize avatars and worlds, interact with other users, and generally have a richer social interaction than is offered by GTalk today.
David Chartier / Ars Technica:
Hands-on: Google's Lively social 3D world is 20 percent done
Brad Stone / New York Times:
Google Introduces a Cartoonlike Method for Talking in Chat Rooms
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb
J. Nicholas Hoover / InformationWeek:
Microsoft Admits Windows Vista Mistakes, Criticizes Apple Ads  —  The company will work to reverse the widely held belief, informed by early troubles upon the operating system's launch, that Vista isn't compatible with many applications and devices.  —  Microsoft is now acknowledging …
Discussion: The Macalope and Lockergnome
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John Paczkowski / Digital Daily:   “Vista” Means Always Having to Say You're Sorry
Aidan Malley / AppleInsider:
Apple may have shipped 2.5 million Macs in spring thanks to Vista
Kevin J. Delaney / Wall Street Journal:
Google Push to Sell Ads On YouTube Hits Snags  —  Video Site Is Key To Diversification; The Lawsuit Factor  —  Wringing ad revenue from YouTube is proving to be a challenge for Google Inc.  —  Although users of the popular video-sharing site view clips more than one billion times on most days …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
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Greg Sandoval / CNET News.com:
Report: YouTube ready to run preroll and postroll ads
Discussion: HipMojo.com
US-CERT:
Multiple DNS implementations vulnerable to cache poisoning  —  Overview  —  Deficiencies in the DNS protocol and common DNS implementations facilitate DNS cache poisoning attacks.  —  I. Description  —  The Domain Name System (DNS) is responsible for translating host names to IP addresses …
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Robert Vamosi / Defense in Depth:
Researcher offers insight into DNS flaw
Cisco Systems, Inc:
Cisco Security Advisory: Multiple Cisco Products Vulnerable …
Discussion: Computerworld and Defense in Depth
Miguel Helft / Bits:
Great Photo on Flickr?  Getty Images Might Pay You For It  —  If you are a photographer with high-quality images posted on Yahoo's Flickr service, you may soon get an e-mail inviting you to become a paid contributor to Getty Images, the world's largest distributor of pictures and video.
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Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Source: Ribbit, “Silicon Valley's first phone company,” bought by BT [Updated: Confirmed]  —  Ribbit, a company that has styled itself “Silicon Valley's first phone company,” has been purchased by BT, the dominant British telecommunications company, we're hearing.
Discussion: TechCrunch, GigaOM and CenterNetworks
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Bit.ly: Please Use This TinyURL of the Future  —  URL shorteners like TinyURL are a wildly popular way to share long links over email, IM, microblogging and other contexts.  The millions of shortcuts that have been created through such services represent a huge opportunity to capture interesting data …
Emil Protalinski / One Microsoft Way:
Midori: a non-Windows OS in the works, not just experimental  —  Every once in a while, an article gets posted somewhere in the blogosphere about how Microsoft needs to release a complete Windows rewrite, something along the lines of what Apple did with Mac OS X. Most people realize that Microsoft …
 
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Trevor Claiborne / Inside AdWords:
Keyword Tool updated with search volume data
Richard MacManus / ReadWriteWeb:
New: ReadWriteWeb Companies  —  Here's another new feature …
Discussion: The Inquisitr
Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:
Mevio Raises Another $15M
Ben Drawbaugh / Engadget HD:
Are there two Vista Media Center updates due this year?
Discussion: Gizmodo and Gizmodo Australia
Electronista:
Samsung ships low-cost 128GB SSDs
Discussion: TG Daily
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Breaking the law: one-third of US residents rip DVDs
Discussion: Gearlog
Brian Krebs / Washington Post:
Justice Breyer Is Among Victims in Data Breach Caused by File Sharing
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Send in the Clowns  —  Back in the old days - circa 1997-2000 …
Discussion: TechCrunch
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US Pirate Party Study Shatters MPAA Claims
Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
Politician Using Twitter To Ignite Misleading Partisan Fight …
Ashlee Vance / The Register:
EMC CEO's ego has cost investors billions
Gpsmapper / GPS Tracklog:
TomTom HD Traffic heading to U.S.
Discussion: Engadget, Gadgetell and Ubergizmo
Michael Learmonth / Silicon Alley Insider:
Fox Business Snatches WSJ's Walt Mossberg From CNBC
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Cade Metz / The Register:
Google evaporates Docs and Spreadsheets cloud
 

 
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