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4:15 PM ET, October 22, 2008

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Android Developers Blog:
Android Market: Now available for users  —  Last month I outlined some details around Android Market.  Today, Android Market launched for users to download applications along with the first Android-powered phone—the T-Mobile G1.  —  With Android Market, users can easily download apps to their Android-powered phone.
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Jonathan Skillings / Crave:
T-Mobile delivers the G1 (aka Android) phone  —  This was the first G1 sold, at a T-Mobile store in San Francisco.  —  (Credit: James Martin/CNET News)  —  T-Mobile USA on Wednesday made the formal, nationwide launch of its G1, the first phone to run Google's Android operating system.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:   Top Ten Android Launch Apps
AT&T:
AT&T Customers to Enter a ‘Bold’ New Wireless World  —  Breakthrough BlackBerry Smartphone Is Coming to Nation's Fastest 3G Network; Arrives in Stores Nov. 4  —  Waterloo, Ontario — AT&T customers will be entering a bold new wireless world with the launch of the BlackBerry® Bold&trade …
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Tricia Duryee / mocoNews.net:
AT&T Says Blackberry Bold Will Launch Nov. 4 For $300
Discussion: Gizmodo and Silicon Alley Insider
Vineesha Malkani / Inside AdSense:
Make a date with data in Google Analytics  —  Here in AdSense, we're big on data.  From spreadsheets and graphs to weekly reports and metrics, we constantly turn to numbers when running our business.  In a similar vein, we've heard your requests for more data to help you run your AdSense websites …
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Matt McGee / Search Engine Land:
Google Analytics Upgrade: AdSense Reporting, Visualization Tools, & More  —  A day after announcing a slight touch up, Google Analytics is rolling out what it calls a “significant upgrade” to its feature set.  The new tools include AdSense integration, Motion Charts, advanced segmentation …
Avinash Kaushik / Occam's Razor:
Google Analytics Releases Advanced Segmentation: Now Be A Ninja!
Discussion: Google Analytics Blog
Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
Tough times, hard decisions.  —  Given the challenging economic environment, we've decided to cut costs at Mahalo.  —  Although we've got a significant amount of cash on hand, and the business is ahead of schedule in terms of traffic (4m uniques a month, double where we thought we would be at this point) …
Discussion: TechCrunch, HipMojo.com and CNET News
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Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider:   Jason Calacanis' Mahalo Fires A Third Of Its U.S. Staff
Om Malik / GigaOM:
7 Real Reasons Why iPhone Is a Smash Hit  —  Love it or hate it...there is no denying that Apple's iPhone is not only a game changer but a certifiable hit.  Apple shared some interesting stats about the iPhone today.  I culled some of the more interesting facts from the transcript …
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Saul Hansell / Bits:
Steve Jobs's Home Run With the iPhone
AT&T:
Strong Wireless Gains, Sound Operational Execution Highlight AT&T's Third Quarter; Results Led by 2.4 Million iPhone 3G Activations, Rapid Wireless Data Growth  — $0.55 reported earnings per diluted share versus $0.50 in the year-earlier quarter  — $0.67 adjusted earnings per diluted share …
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Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
Music Social Network Imeem In Play; Hires Bank; Laying Off 25 Percent  —  Online music-focused social network Imeem is on the block, according to our sources, and has hired investment banker Montgomery and Co. to lead the sale.  Coincidentally, we have also learned that the company is announcing …
Suzanne Tindal / ZDNet.com.au:
Intel slams ‘slow’ iPhone ARM CPU  —  Any speed shortcomings in Apple's iPhone were the fault of its rival chipset manufacturer ARM, a senior Intel executive said in Taiwan yesterday.  —  “The shortcomings of the iPhone are not because of Apple,” Intel's director of ecosystems …
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Katie Marsal / AppleInsider:   Intel says iPhone not capable of ‘full Internet’
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
Rackspace Buys Two Startups to Beat Amazon's Cloud  —  Rackspace Hosting said today that it has agreed to buy startups Slicehost and Jungle Disk, a move aimed at boosting its Mosso cloud offerings in order to step up competition with Amazon's Web Services.  But whether or not Rackspace …
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Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
Cloud Computing Price War to come?
Tony Smith / The Register:
Apricot drops ‘too complicated’ Linux from netbook line  —  Apricot has pulled the plug on its Linux-based netbook, choosing instead to offer the pint-sized Picobook Pro only with Windows XP.  —  The Pro, which launched last week, was to be offered with a choice of XP and SuSE Linux Enterprise Edition …
TechFlash:
Bill Gates' mysterious new company  —  Just months after his Microsoft farewell, Bill Gates is quietly creating a new company — complete with high-tech office space, a cryptic name and even its own trademark.  —  Public documents describe the new Gates entity — bgC3 LLC — as a “think tank.”
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb
Andrew Keen / Internet Evolution:
Economy to Give Open-Source a Good Thumping  —  When we think of the Great Depression, we imagine long lines of gaunt men, caps in hand, waiting for soup handouts.  The equivalent photos of today's economic hard times — displayed for free, of course, on Flickr — may be represented by images …
Karl Bode / DSLreports:
Comcast Launches DOCSIS 3.0 In New England - Though Comcast has yet to officially actually tell anybody...  On Monday we were the first to report that Comcast was getting very close to launching new 22Mbps/5Mbps and 50Mbps/10Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 speeds in a handful of new markets.
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
Why I like netbooks  —  John Markoff quotes Steve Jobs.  “We don't know how to build a sub-$500 computer that is not a piece of junk.”  —  As with all Jobsisms, it's beautifully elegant, true — and misleading.  You have to read it very carefully.  —  He isn't saying no one knows how to build one, just that “we” don't know how to.
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge:
A Look At Google's Newest Data Center  —  A photo of Google's data center in Goose Creek, South Carolina.  —  On Monday we got a look at Microsoft's “hangar bay” for data center containers inside its new Northlake, Illinois facility.  We've also been told that one of the Google company …
Discussion: Rough Type
Chris Morrison / VentureBeat:
Metaplace raises more funding to be the MySpace of virtual worlds  —  Metaplace, a company that will allow anybody to build their own virtual world and access it through through an ordinary web browser, has taken $6.7 million in funding as it nears a public release.
 
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Spy shots of the Nokia E63 emerge
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Tania Branigan / Guardian:
Microsoft described as ‘biggest hacker in China’
Discussion: Hardware 2.0 and InformationWeek
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