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6:35 PM ET, September 29, 2009

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Lars Rasmussen / The Official Google Blog:
Surf's up Wednesday: Google Wave update  —  Starting Wednesday, September 30 we'll be sending out more than 100,000 invitations to preview Google Wave to:  — Developers who have been active in the developer preview we started back in June  — The first users who signed up and offered to give feedback on wave.google.com
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Alexei Oreskovic / Reuters:   Google to expand Wave testing, eyes Wave store
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
Google Broadening Wave Access With GMail-Like Rollout
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Microsoft's Courier tablet: A Franklin Covey planner on steroids?  —  Since the first video and photo leaks went public last week of Microsoft's alleged second-generation Tablet PC, tipsters have been working overtime.  —  Since Microsoft isn't commenting at all on Courier (the official statement is …
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The Paperboy / Gizmodo:
The Courier Files: How Microsoft Thinks We'll Use Their Secret Tablet  —  Microsoft's Courier booklet was surprising, mostly because it was so far outside of what everybody now expects from a tablet.  This internal video shows how Microsoft thinks we'll use Courier.
Jeremy Horwitz / iLounge:
Ten New Details on the Apple Tablet  —  Want to know some more about Apple's upcoming tablet device?  You're in luck.  We've received the scoop from our reliable source—who correctly called the iPod nano 5G, iPhone 3GS and Chinese iPhone 3G months ago.  — Apple has created …
Steve Ballmer / Microsoft Corporation:
The New Efficiency  —  In all the talk about the economy, one term that comes up more and more frequently is something called “the new normal.”  I like this phrase because it speaks to the fact that economic reality has undergone a fundamental shift over the course of the past 12 months.
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Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
First look: Microsoft Security Essentials impresses  —  After a short three-month beta program, Microsoft is officially releasing Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), its free, real-time consumer antimalware solution for fighting viruses, spyware, rootkits, and Trojans.
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Paul McDougall / InformationWeek:
Microsoft Offers Free Security Essentials
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews:
Q: How essential is Microsoft Security Essentials?  A: Does your door have a lock?
Discussion: Computerworld and Mashable!
Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Apple warns of near-term iMac, Mac mini constraints [u]  —  Apple this week began informing its direct sales channels that several of its desktop-based Mac offerings have entered a period of constraint, further hinting that Mac hardware updates are on the horizon.  [Updated with additional info on Mac mini.]
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Palm Pre's New Strategy: Forget iTunes, Hello Wireless Amazon Downloads  —  When the Palm Pre debuted, one of its most useful features was its ability to sync with Apple's iTunes software.  Unfortunately, how it went about doing this was a little bit underhanded: it pretended to be an iPhone.
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Electronista:
Moto Cliq to ship Nov. 2, match iPhone's price  —  T-Mobile this afternoon set out official launch details for the Motorola Cliq, its newest Android phone and Motorola's first touchscreen smartphone.  Pre-orders for existing users should start on October 19th while the phone should ultimately arrive …
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Marc Flores / Boy Genius Report:
T-Mobile makes Motorola CLIQ preorder and pricing official, $199 with contract
Discussion: IntoMobile and TmoNews
Mia / YouTube Blog:
Warner Music Comes Back to YouTube  —  Music Licensing: It's complicated.  Let's face it.  But today all of that is beside the point: we are happy to announce that Warner Music Group (WMG)'s artists are returning home to YouTube.  Under this new, multi-year global agreement …
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
DoubleTwist Remakes Apple's Classic 1984 Ad With A New Dictator: Steve Jobs  —  On January 22, 1984 during the third quarter of the SuperBowl, Apple broadcast one of the most famous television commercials of all time.  Based on a dystopian future George Orwell described in his novel 1984 …
Discussion: Technologizer
Tameka Kee / paidContent:
Akamai Rolls Out HD Video Network For Flash, Silverlight And iPhone  —  People continue to increase the amount of time they spend watching full-length movies and other premium content online—so shouldn't they be able to watch more of it in HD quality?  That's the premise behind the launch …
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
Metered Broadband Is the Future: Verizon CTO  —  Verizon Chief Technology Officer Dick Lynch said today that in the coming years, wired broadband will likely be sold in packages based on the amount of data a person wants to consume, much like wireless broadband is sold today.
Boy Genius Report:
Apple working on a touchscreen remote for upcoming Apple TV?  —  Our Apple tipster (who accurately predicted organizable iPhone homescreens in iTunes as well as integrated social networking components) is back at it again!  This time we've been sent an image that we're told is a …
Sarah Lacy / TechCrunch:
Dogster and ICanHazCheezburger Join Ad Forces  —  Dogster has never been a Web 2.0 darling.  At first glance a social network for pets isn't the most innovative idea, and its audience is limited to the kinds of wackos who make name tags for their dogs at conferences or create elaborate fictional personalities for their cats.
Discussion: TechFlash and Xconomy
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Garmin-Asus nuvifone G60 finally ready for AT&T: $300 on October 4?  —  Let's just be brutally honest here: Garmin-Asus' nuvifone G60 is basically the Duke Nukem of phones.  We've been following it since before Garmin and ASUS formed their joint venture, since before we we had an inkling …
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
Newegg reveals Windows 7 OEM prices  —  Online retail store Newegg has posted Windows 7's OEM prices, and as always they're much cheaper than the retail versions.  —  Newegg.com today unveiled prices for OEM editions of Windows 7, and as always, they're significantly lower than the full retail versions …
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Battelle Changes Mind, Stays CEO; Deanna Brown Exits Scripps To Join FM As President/COO  —  Deanna Brown is leaving her post at Scripps Networks (NYSE: SNI) to join Federated Media as its new President and COO.  The hiring completes a search that was began last May when John Battelle …
Discussion: VentureBeat and FM Blog
 
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Cecilia Kang / Post I.T.:
Consumer Often Get Slower Internet Speeds Than Paid For: FCC
Eric Slivka / MacRumors iPhone Blog:
iPhone Developers Accessing Users' Telephone Numbers for Telemarketing?
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