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10:00 AM ET, November 27, 2008

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
First Hand Accounts Of Terrorist Attacks In India On Twitter, Flickr  —  Forget CNN, which so far has few details of the ongoing attacks in Mumbai, India that have left at least 80 dead (Update: they're starting to catch up now).  People are giving first hand reports of what they're seeing directly on Twitter.
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Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Yes, Twitter is a source of journalism  —  Like a lot of other people, I've been following the terrorist attacks in Mumbai (formerly Bombay) throughout the day, using Twitter and blog search and Wikipedia and Flickr and YouTube and pretty much any other tool I can get my hands on.
Sachi Izumi / Reuters:
Nokia to cease sales in Japan  —  TOKYO (Reuters) - Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, said on Thursday it will stop selling mobile phones in Japan except for its luxury Vertu brand after struggling to expand its presence.  —  Finnish Nokia has previously said it will cut costs ‘decisively’ …
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PC World:
Nokia to Pull out of Japanese Handset Market  —  The world's largest cell phone maker is pulling out of one of the world's biggest cellular markets.  Nokia said on Thursday that it will stop developing handsets for NTT DoCoMo and Softbank Mobile, effectively ending a push that began five years ago …
Will Park / IntoMobile:
RIM's BlackBerry Storm and NY Times' Pogue don't mix  —  RIM's first touchscreen BlackBerry is proving to be one heck of a media-darling, the likes of which the iPhone would be proud.  Some shower the BlackBerry Storm with praise, while others belittle the BlackBerry's SurePress click-able touchscreen.
Discussion: Inquirer, ParisLemon and GigaOM
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TechCrunch UK:
OpenStreetMap grows, spawns ecosystem  —  This is a guest post by Ed Freyfogle, co-founder of property search engine Nestoria.  —  OpenStreetMap started four years ago in the UK as a project to create a free and editable world map.  What began as a few geogeeks wandering the streets …
Dusan Belic / IntoMobile:
Fake iPhone Flip doesn't look that bad  —  We've seen quite a few iPhone clones in the past.  However, today we're presenting you with “something completely different.”  It's the iPhone Flip or at least the Chinese unofficial version.  As you can see from the image above, the device doesn't look that bad at all.
Discussion: Gizmodo and mobilesyrup.com
Henry Blodget / Alley Insider:
Icahn Doubles Down: Buys Another 7 Million Shares of Yahoo!  —  Well, don't accuse Carl Icahn of cutting and running.  After losing $1 billion on his massive Yahoo bet—he bought 69 million shares last spring at about $25—Carl Icahn has (figuratively speaking) doubled down.
Discussion: The Register and paidContent.org
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Massive botnet returns from the dead, starts spamming  —  Criminals regain control after security firm stops preemptively registering routing domains  —  Computerworld) A big spam-spewing botnet shut down two weeks ago has been resurrected, security researchers said today, and is again under the control of criminals.
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Search Engine Roundtable:
Happy Thanksgiving '08 From The Search Industry  —  We wanted to wish all you American's a Happy Thanksgiving.  As you can see, if you click through to the Search Engine Roundtable, we have a special theme live for the day - it is worth checking out.  In addition, many search search engines …
Discussion: Search Engine Land
Jeff Atwood / Coding Horror:
Is Email = Efail?  —  While I've always practiced reasonable email hygiene, for the last 6 months I've been in near-constant email bankruptcy mode.  This concerns me.  —  Yes, it's partly my fault for being a world champion procrastinator, but I'm not sure it's entirely my fault.
Clint Ecker / Infinite Loop:
First impressions: Apple 24-inch LED Cinema Display  —  As we noted yesterday, Apple's new 24-inch Cinema Display has shipped, and arrived this afternoon.  While we have only had about an hour to test it out so far, we're quite pleased.  It should be noted that this new display …
Discussion: MacBlogz, MacRumors and digg.com
Danielle Demetriou / Telegraph:
Digital camera with builtin printer launched  —  The world's first digital camera with a built-in printer producing instant photographs has been launched.  —  The 21st century equivalent of the traditional Polaroid, the Xiao digital camera enables users to take photos and edit them before printing them out.
Discussion: PhotographyBLOG
ATSC:
Standards … ATSC APPROVES MOBILE & HANDHELD CANDIDATE STANDARD  —  ATSC DTV Moves into High Gear with Mobile and Handheld Specifications  —  The Advanced Television Systems Committee, Inc. (ATSC) has elevated its specification for Mobile Digital Television to Candidate Standard status.
Discussion: Engadget, Electronista and mocoNews.net
Kim Zetter / Threat Level:
Lori Drew Not Guilty of Felonies in Landmark Cyberbullying Trial  —  LOS ANGELES — Lori Drew, the 49-year-old woman charged in the first federal cyberbullying case, was cleared of felony computer-hacking charges by a jury Wednesday morning, but convicted of three misdemeanors.
Discussion: Bloomberg, Techdirt and Hack a Day
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Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Yelp's European Counterpart Qype Continues Global Expansion
Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
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iPhone OS 2.2 Problems Run Rampant
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Mike Elgan / Computerworld:
Why you can't trust ‘friends’ on Facebook
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Erica Sadun / Infinite Loop:
iPhone 2.2 SDK offers undocumented TV-out features
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Famed Indian film director keeps a foot in Silicon Valley
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Microsoft shuts down LeBron James
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Ashlee Vance / Bits:
Oh Where, Oh Where Has Autonomy Gone?
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