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4:55 PM ET, November 26, 2009

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Mac Pro / AppleInsider:
Apple MacBook Pro prices slashed by up to $300, iMacs by $180  —  One Apple authorized reseller upped the ante overnight in the ongoing Black Friday Mac price war, slashing Mac notebook prices by up to $300 and iMac prices by up to $180.  —  Macs  —  Responding to steep discounts offered by MacMall …
Discussion: Macworld, EverythingiCafe and Mashable!
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Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple Black Friday deals revealed (down under)  —  Apple's Black Friday sales have begun - in Australia - there the company's range of discount deals have just this minute gone live on the Apple Store online.  —  There's special deals across the company's product range …
Discussion: Inside Social Games and MacRumors, Thanks:llsethj
Scott M. Fulton, III / BetaNews:
Microsoft ‘worked with Apple’ for Silverlight on iPhone, says Goldfarb  —  It was an impressive demonstration, once they got it working: H.264 video streaming wirelessly (and slowly, at least during the caching sequence) using Microsoft's Silverlight video streaming, to an Apple iPhone.
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Mininova Deletes All Infringing Torrents and Goes ‘Legal’  —  Mininova's decision to delete all infringing torrents from its index marks the end of an era that started five years ago.  —  In December 2004, the demise of the mighty Suprnova left a meteor crater in the fledgling BitTorrent landscape.
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
What If Steve Jobs Hadn't Returned To Apple In 1997?  —  Today is Thanksgiving in the U.S. Traditionally we take stock of the things that we're thankful for on this day each year.  And I realized that one of those things is Steve Jobs.  I'm thankful that he returned to Apple in 1997 and did the things he has done since.
Discussion: The iPhone Blog
Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
Black Friday Is for Suckers  —  Netbooks, e-book readers, and other post-Thanksgiving bargains to avoid.  —  Black Friday is a treacherous time.  Lured in by the promise of fantastic bargains, you flock to local big-box retailers, facing the threat of injury or even death to grab unbelievably cheap “doorbuster” gizmos.
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Jason Fitzpatrick / Lifehacker:
Lifehacker's Guide to Making the Most of Black Friday
Graham Cluley / Graham Cluley's blog:
Ikee worm author gets job at iPhone app firm  —  The author of the world's first iPhone worm must be feeling pretty chirpy today, because he's managed to get himself a job as an iPhone application developer.  —  21-year-old Australian Ashley Towns, revealed that he was going to join mogeneration …
Nick O'Neill / All Facebook:
Facebook Draws A Line In The Sand For Third Party Ad Networks  —  If you had any question as to those Facebook ad networks that developers can run on their applications, question no longer.  Yesterday evening Facebook posted an update with those ad networks which are safe to run and those that aren't …
Erik / Wikimedia blog:
Wikipedia's Volunteer Story  —  What's happening to Wikipedia's volunteer community?  Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal reported that “Volunteers Log Off as Wikipedia Ages”.  The article is a comprehensive description of the challenges and opportunities facing the Wikipedia community.
Discussion: Andrew Lih, The Next Web and Telegraph
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Google backs bid to restore trust in ads  —  Advertising Association's ‘Front Foot’ foundation is promised support and investment from Google  —  Google has pledged to support and invest in the Advertising Association's new foundation to rebuild public trust in the UK industry.
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe:
More emerges on Microsoft's dance with newspapers  —  We've been doing some more digging on the definitive moves by Microsoft to woo newspapers over to Bing and away from Google, a story we broke two weeks ago.  —  Since then there have been some follow-up by various media outlets …
Discussion: Seeking Alpha, Thanks:sohear
 
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