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5:35 PM ET, February 10, 2010

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The Official Google Blog:
Think big with a gig: Our experimental fiber network  —  Imagine sitting in a rural health clinic, streaming three-dimensional medical imaging over the web and discussing a unique condition with a specialist in New York.  Or downloading a high-definition, full-length feature film in less than five minutes.
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Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Your new ISP?  Google launches 1Gbps fiber-to-the-home trial  —  People have wondered for years what Google might be up to with all that dark fiber it had bought up around the country.  Now, we may have an answer: delivery of open-access, fiber-to-the-home Internet service at speeds of 1Gbps.
Eric Schmidt / Washington Post:
Erasing our innovation deficit
Thanks:atul
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
Google Doesn't Want to Be an ISP — It Wants to Be a Rabble-rouser
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times:
Google dabbling in broadband service, Seattle intrigued
Discussion: dailywireless.org
Fox News:
Iran Shuts Down Gmail, Announces National E-Mail Service  —  Iran's telecommunications agency announced what it described as a permanent suspension of Google's e-mail services, saying that a national e-mail service for Iranian citizens would soon be rolled out.
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Farnaz Fassihi / Wall Street Journal:
Iran Authorities Brace for Protests  —  BEIRUT—Iranian authorities deployed in force across Tehran Wednesday to conduct last-minute security sweeps and warn residents to refrain from joining antigovernment protests planned for Thursday.  —  The government typically orchestrates large …
Ivan Watson / CNN:
Iran obstructing links to outside world, opposition members say
Discussion: CNET News
David Reiss / Facebook Blog:
Facebook Chat Now Available Everywhere  —  We believe you should be able to connect with your Facebook friends everywhere.  We're happy to announce that now you can with Facebook Chat.  Starting today, the more than two billion chat messages sent on the site every day can be sent from your favorite desktop instant messaging client.
Discussion: BetaNews and 901am
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Serkan Piantino / Facebook Developers:
Integrating Facebook Chat Everywhere  —  Every day people send more than two billion chat messages to each other on Facebook.  Today we're making it easier for people to extend those conversations with their Facebook friends to instant messaging clients beyond Facebook.com.
Opera Press Room:
Opera Mini for iPhone sneak peek  —  Exclusive press and partner preview at MWC 2010  —  Opera Software, maker of the world's most popular mobile Web browser, plans to reveal Opera Mini for iPhone in an exclusive press and partner preview during the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Ian Youngs / BBC:
Warner quits free music streaming  —  Record label Warner Music has said it will stop licensing its songs to free music streaming services.  —  Companies like Spotify, We7 and Last.fm give free, legal and instant access to millions of songs, funded by adverts.
Punit Singh Soni / Google Mobile Blog:
Introducing Google Buzz for mobile: See buzz around you and tag posts with your location.  —  Today we announced Google Buzz, a new product that integrates with your Gmail inbox and makes it easy to start rich conversations about the things you find interesting.
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Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider:
WARNING: Google Buzz Has A Huge Privacy Flaw (GOOG)
Discussion: VentureBeat
Kevinweil / Twitter Blog:
Super Data  —  My name is @kevinweil and I'm on the analytics team at Twitter.  The convergence of sports, brands, and culture around the Super Bowl makes for a particularly fascinating set of tweets to follow.  Fans of the @NFL watch the Super Bowl for the football and others enjoy the spectacle for the commercials.
Mia / YouTube Blog:
Safety Mode: Giving You More Control on YouTube  —  Diversity of content is one of the great things about YouTube.  But we know that some of you want a more controlled experience.  That's why we're announcing Safety Mode, an opt-in setting that helps screen out potentially objectionable content …
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Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
YouTube's New Parental Control Feature Disappoints
Discussion: VatorNews and Lifehacker
Marc Ambinder / The Atlantic Politics Channel:
U.S. To Be Hit By Massive Cyber Attack On Feb. 16.  Asterisk.  —  On February 16, at about 10:00 am ET, the U.S. will be hit by a massive, crippling cyber attack from an unknown entity.  Key players will convene in the White House situation room and plan the response, from mitigation to (possibly) retaliation.
Discussion: VentureBeat
Simon Walker / AndroidSPIN:
HTC Scorpion Leaked.  Maybe 1.5Ghz Processor.  Android 2.2.  Is it real?  —  Is the HTC / Google Nexus one the king of the crop anymore?  —  Not if the following rumor has any validity.  —  More and more rumors appear everyday about new devices coming from HTC and this latest leaked build file looks …
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Live From Yahoo SearchSpeak 2010  —  We're here at Yahoo's Sunnyvale, CA headquarters for an event the company is holding called “SearchSpeak” to talk about, you guessed it: their search product.  —  Speaking here are:  — Shashi Seth, Senior Vice President of Search Products, Yahoo!
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Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Yahoo Demos Cool Etch A Sketch Mobile Search App and New Search Dude Shashi
Discussion: Technologizer
Arik Hesseldahl / Business Week:
iPad Costs Leave Room for Price Cuts  —  Apple may pay as little as $219.35 for the new tablet's parts, says iSuppli.  That leaves room to cut the price of a device that analysts say may be too expensive  —  Apple's (AAPL) iPad tablet computer, introduced Jan. 27, may have component costs …
Chamath Palihapitiya / Facebook Blog:
Facebook Mobile: 100 Million and Growing  —  We want as many people as possible to be able to access Facebook all the time, regardless of where they live or what device they carry.  Today, we hit another milestone toward that goal, with more than 100 million people actively using Facebook from their mobile devices every month.
AT&T:
AT&T Selects LTE Equipment Suppliers  —  Agreements with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson Extend Existing 3G Relationships to Cover Planned Deployment of Next-Generation LTE Mobile Broadband Network
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Royal Pingdom:
Twitter: Now more than 1 billion tweets per month  —  Over the past few months there has been plenty of speculation around the Web that Twitter's growth has stalled, but if we look at activity on Twitter in terms of the number of tweets, this is far from the truth.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
As Predicted, a Not-Terrible Quarter for the New York Times: Print Ads Shrink Less, and the Web Actually Grows  —  As predicted, a nice Q4 for the New York Times, at least by newspaper standards: Revenue shrank, but not as badly as in the past, and operating costs continued to come down.
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Gillian Reagan / Silicon Alley Insider:   Who Is The New York Times Hiring To Build Its Paywall? (NYT)
Jeff Kunins / The Windows Blog:
Windows Live Messenger - a short history  —  Hi, my name is Jeff Kunins, and I am the Group Program Manager (GPM) for social networking across Windows Live.  In other words, I'm totally focused on partnering with and connecting to social networks and other web services that you already love …
Elinor Mills / CNET News:
Hacker ‘Mudge’ gets DARPA job  —  Peiter Zatko—a respected hacker known as “Mudge”—has been tapped to be a program manager at DARPA, where he will be in charge of funding research designed to help give the U.S. government tools needed to protect against cyberattacks, CNET has learned.
 
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Mercedes Bunz / Guardian:
BBC tells news staff to embrace social media
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Taming Twitter's Stream With an Automated Web Site
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PC World:
PayPal: India Payments Suspended for ‘at Least a Few Months’
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Twitter Uses BitTorrent For Server Deployment
Discussion: BitTorrent Blog and The Next Web, Thanks:atul
USA Today:
Some ditch social networks to reclaim time, privacy
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iPad pre-orders overwhelm Norwegian stores
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