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8:10 AM ET, September 23, 2008

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Ina Fried / Beyond Binary:
E-mail, photo programs stripped from Windows 7  —  Microsoft has decided that Windows 7 won't include built-in programs for e-mail, photo editing, and movie making, as was done with Windows Vista, CNET News.com has learned.  —  The software maker included Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Mail …
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John OBrien / LiveSide:
Image Composite Editor Released  —  ICE, a technology behind Windows Live Photo Gallery advanced panoramic image stitching was released today.  You can download the x86 here and the x64 here.  —  We have seen this technology in Windows Live Photo Gallery for some time now and more recently inside Deep Zoom Composer for Silverlight.
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Announcing the Microsoft Image Composite Editor
Discussion: Channel 10 and Bink.nu
Kip Kniskern / LiveSide:
Windows Live to replace Mail, Photo Gallery, and Movie Maker in Windows 7
Discussion: Neowin.net and The Inquisitr
David / TmoNews:
Confirmed info leaks...  “Available in all stores within 3G boundary area, regardless of whether or not store is in a 3G dead spot.  Available in some locations directly outside of the 3G boundary area due to the fact that some customers who live in the 3G boundary area shop within a 2 …
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MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
AndroidTunes?  Amazon launching a mobile music/movie store for Google's platform  —  We're a day away from the official announcement of the first phone running Google's Android mobile platform, T-Mobile's HTC-built G1.  While the phone won't be out until next month (October 17 remains the date we're hearing) …
Joshua Karp / Boy Genius Report:
Google G1 screenshots galore
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Leaked MySpace Music Screenshots
Discussion: Coolfer
Stephen Shankland / Underexposed:
Adobe uses graphics chip for faster Photoshop CS4  —  Photoshop is a famously taxing piece of software, but beginning with the upcoming CS4 version, it'll be able to employ the muscle of your computer's graphics chip for the first time.  —  The new version of Adobe's flagship software product takes …
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Adobe:
Adobe Introduces Creative Suite 4 Product Family
Discussion: InsideRIA and Boy Genius Report
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
Adobe launches Creative Suite 4; Likely to top low expectations
Discussion: Adobe
Elsa Wenzel / Webware.com:
Adobe releases Creative Suite 4
Discussion: Electronista
Drpizza / Ars Technica:
Chrome antics: did Google reverse-engineer Windows?  —  In the sandbox  —  Since its release a few weeks ago, curious developers have been sniffing through the source code for Google's new Chrome web browser.  Chrome's source is interesting for a variety of reasons: there's …
Discussion: Mark Evans and Digg
GigaOM:
The Rise of the Superphone  —  To describe the segmentation of the mobile phone marketplace, analysts and industry professionals use a common lexicon to group similar devices by their relative features and capabilities.  The majority of mobile phones that have graced retail shelves …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
State Of The Blogosphere: Get To 100K Uniques, Make $75K/year  —  Technorati, the blog search engine, put out Part I of its sporadic (now-annual?)  State of the Blogosphere report this week.  This year, it conducted a random survey of 1,079 random bloggers (a statistically significant sample) …
Discussion: A VC
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Amazon Web Services Blog:
Oracle Enters the AWS Cloud  —  We've been working with Oracle to bring a number of their products into the cloud.  The first fruits of this work are now ready: cloud-compatible licensing, EC2 AMIs preloaded with a variety of Oracle products, support programs, backup to the cloud, and a cloud management portal.
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John Mahoney / Gizmodo:
Android's 10 Most Exciting Apps  —  Amid the iPhone 3G launch hysteria, we made a pronouncement that, looking back now long after the dust has settled, pretty well nailed it: forget hardware, it's code that counts.  Code via the juggernaut that is the App Store, which allowed the iPhone to truly came into its own as a mobile platform.
Discussion: Digg
Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
Expanded Powers to Search Travelers at Border Detailed  —  The U.S. government has quietly recast policies that affect the way information is gathered from U.S. citizens and others crossing the border and what is done with it, including relaxing a two-decade-old policy that placed a high bar …
Ian Kennedy / everwas:
It's not Information Overload.  It's Filter Failure  —  Thank you Daniela for pointing me to Clay Shirky's keynote at Web 2.0 Expo last week in New York.  In it, Clay gives a talk on Social Networks, Lifestreaming, and Privacy.  It's a timely talk as lifestreams go mainstream.
Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
WHY GOOGLE'S ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA WILL NEVER BE AS GOOD AS WIKIPEDIA.  —  There are two articles about Sarah Palin on Google Knol, the search company's abysmal new Wikipedia-like reference guide.  One of them is a mess: Just a few hundred words long, the article is fraught with factual and grammatical errors.
Jordan Golson / Industry Standard:
Picture This: Bank of America Online Banking not “online” anymore  —  As if financial customers weren't skittish enough, now Bank of America customers are unable to log into the bank's online banking site.  Upon clicking the “Sign In” link on the front page of BankofAmerica.com …
Jeremy Reimer / Ars Technica:
It's alive!:  Ars reviews AmigaOS 4.1  —  A new version of AmigaOS  —  Introduction  —  From its very inception, the Amiga has been about defying conventional wisdom.  In the early 1980s, everyone knew that personal computers weren't powerful enough to multitask, but the Amiga proved the naysayers wrong.
Verizon:
No Contract Required — New Month-To-Month Agreement Gives Verizon Wireless Customers Even More Freedom  —  Customer Inquiries  —  For customer inquiries, please call 800-922-0204 or go to  —  BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Beginning today, Verizon Wireless customers who want to enjoy …
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Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
TimesPeople, The New York Times' Social Network, Launching Tonight  —  The New York Times (NYT) is launching its “TimesPeople” social network tonight, which lets you recommend stories to your friends and see what they're recommending and commenting on — a useful, unintrusive feature that makes sense.
Bill Snyder / Stanford Graduate School of Business:
Businesses Can Win the Competition Against Open-Source Technology  —  STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—How can a business compete with a free product?  It's not easy, and it's more than just a theoretical question.  U.S. newspapers are finding it difficult to compete with free news …
 
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