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10:15 PM ET, February 7, 2010

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Brandon Miniman / pocketnow.com:
Exclusive HTC Incredible Photos (Update: Video)  —  We were just handed some leaked photos of the upcoming Verizon HTC Incredible.  The device is running on Android 2.1 with HTC Sense, and as our tipster confirms, it's running with a Snapdragon CPU (and is described as “fast, really fast") …
Valerie Potter / Computerworld:
Top 10 Super Bowl tech ads  —  Remember these classics from Intel, Iomega, EDS, Apple, Xerox and more? (videos below)  —  Computerworld - This Sunday the Super Bowl is once again upon us, and that means one thing: great advertising.  (Apparently some sort of game will be going on too …
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Apple iPad Hoopla Fails to Convince Buyers  —  A follow-up Retrevo Pulse study looking at consumer interest in buying the new Apple iPad indicates a failure to convince any new buyers to consider the iPad.  Not only did Apple fail to convince new buyers, it may have lost many potential buyers …
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Arik Hesseldahl / Business Week:
Apple's Hard iPad Sell  —  Apple will need to convince consumers that they need an iPad.  However, failure to do so wouldn't be a disaster for the company  —  With the introduction of the iPad, Apple's (AAPL) status as a cultural icon reached new heights.
Discussion: TomsTechBlog.com
Fred / A VC:
Flash, HTML5, and Mobile Apps  —  About a year ago, I wrote a post about Apple's “blind spot” for Flash.  I took more heat for that post than anything else I've written here other than political posts.  It opened my eyes to the fact that Flash vs HTML5 is one of the most politically heated topics in the tech business.
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Jeremy Allaire / TechCrunch:
The Future of Web Content - HTML5, Flash & Mobile Apps
Discussion: TechCrunchIT, jd/adobe, TUAW and TiPb, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Beth Mellor / Bloomberg:
SAP's Chief Executive Apotheker Resigns, McDermott, Snabe Named Co-CEOs  —  Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) — SAP AG, the world's biggest maker of business-management software, said Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker has resigned with immediate effect and will be replaced by Bill McDermott …
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Dennis Howlett / Irregular Enterprise:
SAP: Apotheker gone, co-CEO's appointed
The Moderate Voice:
White House Makes Full Copyright Claim on Photos  —  Let me preface this post by reminding folks that IANAL (I am not a lawyer).  —  The U.S. government policy on photographs and copyright is pretty straightfoward: photos produced by federal employees as part of their job responsibilities are …
Randall Stross / New York Times:
Buy Now, Pay Later (Maybe With Your Allowance)  —  BUSINESSES don't let 13-year-olds pay for purchases with a promise.  At least they didn't before last week.  —  A new payment option for anyone without a credit card or a debit card, no matter how young, has just become available.
Discussion: Kindle Review
Agence France Presse:
Internet down in Iran ahead of demos  —  Buzz up!  —  TEHRAN (AFP) - Iran said on Sunday its Internet connections will remain slow this week due to technical problems, ahead of anticipated protests by opposition supporters.  —  Connections have been slow since last week and some email accounts …
Discussion: Erictric, The Next Web and Mashable!
Whitson Gordon / Lifehacker:
Twitter Reactions Shows What the Twitterverse is Saying About That Web Page  —  Chrome: If you've ever wanted to see what people are saying about a web page you're visiting beyond the site's own comments, Chrome extension Twitter Reactions will show you the most recent tweets that are talking about the page.
Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security:
Zeus Attack Spoofs NSA, Targets .gov and .mil  —  Criminals are spamming the Zeus banking Trojan in a convincing e-mail that spoofs the National Security Agency.  Initial reports indicate that a large number of government systems may have been compromised by the attack.
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Appeals Court Says Internet Content Should Be Held To Standards Of Strictest Jurisdiction  —  One of the issues we've talked about repeatedly over the years is the question of what is the “internet jurisdiction.”  Since content is available anywhere there's an internet connection, under which laws should it apply.
 
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