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3:00 AM ET, September 23, 2008

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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) …
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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 …
Discussion: Engadget, Unwired View and PalmAddicts
Scott Moritz / Techland:
T-Mobile's Google phone may offer free e-mail  —  Android lands at T-Mobile Tuesday, and as part of the effort to deliver the Google phone to the mobile market, T-Mobile is considering including free e-mail access.  —  The new Android-powered phone will have Google's (GOOG) Gmail service built in …
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
On Android Eve, Co-Founder Andy Rubin Predicts The Future Of Mobile  —  Tomorrow is widely anticipated to be the day when T-Mobile announces availability of the first Android phone.  The phone is reportedly an HTC “Dream,” which will apparently sell for $199 with a two year contract.
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  —  For immediate release  —  Radical Workflow Breakthroughs, New Levels of Flash Expressiveness and Integration Anchor Adobe's Biggest Software Release  —  Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the Adobe® Creative …
Discussion: Boy Genius Report and InsideRIA
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
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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Don Reisinger / The Digital Home:
Windows 7 must appeal to geeks—or else  —  Windows Vista has been a tragedy on many levels for Microsoft.  First, it was marked with compatibility issues and annoyances with its User Access Control feature that started a firestorm of epic proportions.  But once those issues improved …
Kip Kniskern / LiveSide:   Windows Live to replace Mail, Photo Gallery, and Movie Maker in Windows 7
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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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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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 …
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 …
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 …
Google Book Search Blog:
Book Search everywhere with new partnerships and tools  —  Posted by Alex Diaz, Product Manager, Google Book Search  —  Today, we're taking a big step towards bringing more books, across more sites, to more people online.  —  We're launching a set of free tools that allow retailers …
Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life:
Windows Live + Outlook: Shared Calendaring that Just Works  —  A few days ago, Omar Shahine wrote about the new features of Windows Live Calendar in a post entitled Windows Live Calendar gets To Dos where he writes … One thing has been frustrating me for months is that there was no easy …
Discussion: LiveSide
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Ina Fried / CNET News:
Hotmail update coming this week
Discussion: The Inquisitr
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.
Discussion: Mashable! and Beet.TV
Daya Baran / WebGuild:
GE Drops Google, Selects Zoho  —  General Electric has decided to forgo a partnership with Google and has formalized a strategic partnership with Zoho for its 400,000 desktops.  GE made the decision after a vigorous evaluation of both products.  “GE is a master at taking costs out of established processes …
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.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
State of the Blogosphere 2008: Technorati Numbers Indicate Blogging Is Niche and Slowing  —  Technorati says blogs are mainstream, we think the numbers indicate otherwise.  —  Blog search engine and ad network Technorati released its 5th annual State of the Blogosphere report and the numbers are quite interesting.
Mark Ballard / Inquirer:
Open Source makes historic UK breakthrough  —  Roll out the barrel, innit?  —  OPEN SOURCE companies have been granted official permission to supply software to the UK public sector for the first time in British history.  —  At least two Open Source software suppliers have been awarded places …
Discussion: ZDNet Government
Dan Tynan / InfoWorld:
Angry IT workers: A ticking time bomb?  —  IT workers are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore.  What can you do to keep things from reaching the point of no return?  —  It was 9:30 on the morning of March 4, 2002, and something was terribly wrong at the offices of PaineWebber UBS.
Discussion: Careers and Slashdot
Scott Karp / Publishing 2.0:
Why Isn't Facebook Making More Money?  (Hint: Advertiser Value and User Value Are Not Aligned)  —  I happened to visit Facebook's Business Solutions page, and was struck by how, at least on the surface, these advertising formats seem like exactly the kind of innovation that should be helping …
Don Reisinger / TechCrunch:
Alltop Launches Redesign To Cover More Topics With Less Clutter  —  It wasn't too long ago that Guy Kawasaki announced Alltop, a news aggregation site that tries to make it easy to find the top stories on a slew of topics (212 at last count) from some of the better sources on the Web.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Jay Adelson Hints That Facebook Connect Is the Future of Digg  —  A few select partner sites are beginning to roll out their integration with Facebook's ID system through Facebook Connect.  Last week, a CBS site was the first one to do so, and more are expected to go live soon.  Digg will be one of them.
Discussion: Ryan Merket's Blog and Pulse 2.0
 
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Jeremy Reimer / Ars Technica:
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Discussion: GigaOM, TechCrunch and Slyck
Rob Williams / Techgage News:
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Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Survey Says: BlackBerry To Keep Dominating Microsoft, Apple …
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Sarahintampa / Channel 10:
I'm A PC: The Originals?
Discussion: GottaBeMobile
Tim Anderson / The Register:
Will Microsoft ever get the web?
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Vasanth Sridharan / Silicon Alley Insider:
iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months (AAPL)
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