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11:00 PM ET, February 15, 2009

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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Mining The Thought Stream  —  What if you could peer into the thoughts of millions of people as they were thinking those thoughts or shortly thereafter?  And what if all of these thoughts were immediately available in a database that could be mined easily to tell you what people both individually …
Discussion: everwas, UMBC ebiquity, metarand and HighTouch, Thanks:kevendones
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News:
Sony Ericsson unveils new strategy  —  BARCELONA - Sony Ericsson has been hit hard by the global recession, but the company says it has a new strategy focused on services and entertainment that it hopes will get it back on track.  —  On Sunday evening here on the eve of GSMA's Mobile World Congress …
Discussion: mocoNews.net and Crave, Thanks:dreamsketcher
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Jack Loftus / Gizmodo:
Sony Ericsson Idou Arrives In Second Half 2009 With 16:9 Touchscreen, 12MP Camera  —  Sony Ericsson kicked of the MWC show a bit early today with a press conference for a slick new phone: The enigmatically named Idou.  —  With an OS based on Symbian, the Idou continues the cameraphone megapixel pissing match …
Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report:
Is this the Sony Ericsson “Reese”?
Discussion: Engadget, Gizmodo and Engadget Mobile
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
Microsoft Recite for Windows Mobile previewed  —  Microsoft Recite Technology Preview is now available for a select few Windows Mobile phones.  It allows you to take short notes and later search for them, all with just your voice.  —  Microsoft has released a “Technology Preview” …
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Bgauth / Microsoft Recite:
Announcement - Microsoft Recite - Technology Preview  —  What Is Microsoft Recite?  —  Microsoft Recite is a search technology for your voice that runs on Windows Mobile* devices.  With Microsoft Recite, you can use your voice to easily store, search and retrieve the things you want to remember, where and when you need them.
Taylor Buley / Forbes:
Twitter's Analytical Business Plan  —  The popular messaging service plans to make money from selling analytics and other services.  —  BURLINGAME, Calif. - Sitting inside a conference room at Twitter, BlackBerry in hand, Kevin Thau is all business.  —  In his first interview since taking charge …
Discussion: The Mind of Alex
Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life:
How Google's layoffs and project cancellations are affecting it's culture of innovation  —  The New York Times has an article titled How Google Decides to Pull the Plug which talks about the rationale behind the rash of abandoned and cancelled projects that have come out of the Big G in recent months.
Rob Minto / Financial Times:
Android's progress elevates Google's mobile aspirations  —  As Mobile World Congress begins, it is easy to forget how quickly Google has become part of the mobile story.  At last year's event, Google had only just unveiled Android, its open-source mobile operating system.  The G1 phone was still just a rumour.
Discussion: Android and Me, Thanks:kevendones
isen.blog:
Fixing the Internet might break it worse than it's broken now.  —  Willis Alan Ramsey, who wrote “Muskrat Love,” recorded one and only one studio album.  The cognoscenti of country think it's a gem, an all time top ten. There's an apocryphal story that when Ramsey was pushed to make another record …
Discussion: Bleeding Edge and ThreatChaos
Smartphone Biz-news.com:
Bitstream Launches “Fastest Mobile Browser”  —  Bitstream is launching its new BOLT mobile browser today with the claim that it is the fastest on the market.  —  Sampo Kaasila, VP of R&D at Bitstream told smartphone.biz-news, that the new browser was “25-50 per cent faster” than competitor Opera.
Discussion: MobilityWire, Thanks:kevendones
Niclas Mika / Reuters:
Mobile data demand up despite economy: survey  —  BARCELONA (Reuters) - Consumer demand for data services on mobile phones, such as accessing email or browsing the Web on the go, is rising despite the global economic downturn, a survey released Monday found.
Mark Hendrickson / TechCrunch:
MTV Pulls The Plug On Embeddable Videos [Update]  —  When NBC Universal and News Corporation-backed Hulu launched in Fall 2007, it was a signal that old television media might actually grasp the distributive power of the internet.  Not only were great programs made available for free as streaming videos …
 
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CANON HAS NO SENSE OF HUMOR, TRIES TO SHUT DOWN FAKE CHUCK WESTFALL …
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David Gonzales / Samsung Central:
Samsung OmniaHD to feature 720P HD-video capture with 3.7-inch …
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Brooke Crothers / CNET News:
A brief history of chip fibs, flops: Intel, IBM, AMD
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Tracking the iPhone's bubble of hype
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
uTorrent Adds Google Powered Torrent Search
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
As The Economy Sours, LinkedIn's Popularity Grows
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Ryan Kim / San Francisco Chronicle:
Stimulus package to expand Net's reach
 

 
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