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12:50 AM ET, March 17, 2010

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Peter Farago / Flurry:
Day 74 Sales: Apple iPhone vs. Google Nexus One vs. Motorola Droid  —  Through applications using Flurry for analytics reporting, Flurry can detect and count unique devices in the market such as Google Nexus One and Motorola Droids.  Because applications embedded with Flurry have been downloaded …
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Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
The Nexus One Is A Flop: 74 Days In, Just 135,000 Sold  —  This just in from mobile analytics company Flurry: Nexus One sales are still flopping.  After 74 days on the market, Flurry estimates that Google has sold 135,000 Nexus Ones.  —  In its first 74 days on the market, the Droid sold 1.05 million units.
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Microsoft IE9 developer preview with HTML5 support ready for download  —  On March 16, Microsoft is making a first developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9 available for download from www.IETestDrive.com.  —  The IE 9 Platform Preview doesn't include the IE 9 user interface; instead …
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Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Windows Phone 7 Series won't have copy and paste  —  Ready for another long, drawn-out copy and paste controversy to overtake your every waking moment for a year or two?  Good: Microsoft just mentioned in a Q&A session here at MIX10 in no uncertain terms that clipboard operations won't be supported …
Canon Global:
Canon to begin acquisition of the “.canon” Top-Level Domain name  —  Canon Inc. announced today that it will begin the acquisition process for the top-level domain name “.canon,” based on the new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) registration system.  —  The non-profit organization ICANN …
Google Nexus One:
Nexus One now compatible with the AT&T 3G network and shipping to Canada  —  In early January, we announced the Nexus One, the first device sold through Google's web store.  The Nexus One is unlocked, which means you can use it with a SIM card from most GSM operators worldwide.
Robin Wauters / MobileCrunch:
Google: Android Market now serving 30,000 apps  —  At the most recent Mobile World Congress, Google CEO Eric Schmidt revealed that the company's partners are now selling over 60,000 Android handsets on a daily basis.  With that kind of growth rate, it's no wonder that the size of the Android Market …
Marcia / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
EFF Posts Documents Detailing Law Enforcement Collection of Data From Social Media Sites  —  EFF has posted documents shedding light on how law enforcement agencies use social networking sites to gather information in investigations.  The records, obtained from the Internal Revenue Service …
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Steve Lohr / Bits:
Online Hate Sites Grow With Social Networks
Discussion: TG Daily
Wayne Kao / Facebook Blog:
Delivering More Search Results as You Type  —  Discovering and making connections to friends, applications and other voices is an important part of your experience on Facebook.  That's why today we are rolling out an improvement to Search to help you quickly find and connect with the people …
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Xobni Mobile brings its social email plugin to your BlackBerry  —  Xobni, a plugin that gives users more social context in their emails, is coming to BlackBerry smartphones today with the launch of two new services — Xobni Mobile and Xobni One.  —  Both services seem like smart moves for the company.
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat:
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek vague on U.S. launch, company has 320,000 paid subscribers  —  European music streaming service Spotify now has 320,000 paid subscribers, said chief executive Daniel Ek, speaking at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin today.
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Verizon posts Android 2.1 upgrade details for Droid  —  Chatter over the Milestone's impending Android 2.1 update has reached a rolling boil in recent days, but it's actually the Milestone's American cousin that's getting the official coverage today.  That's right: Verizon's just posted details …
Brad / Liliputing:
Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T thin and light laptop unveiled  —  What do you get if you rip out the guts of an Acer Aspire Timeline 1810 laptop and replace the CULV processor with a newer, faster, Core i5 chip?  Apparently what you get is the Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T.
Discussion: macles, SlashGear, TechSpot and Electronista
Todd Hoff / High Scalability:
Justin.tv's Live Video Broadcasting Architecture  —  The future is live.  The future is real-time.  The future is now.  That's the hype anyway.  And as it has a habit of doing, the hype is slowly becoming reality.  We are seeing live searches, live tweets, live location, live reality augmentation …
Bradford Cross / TechCrunch:
Big Data Is Less About Size, And More About Freedom  —  Editor's note: Big Data has been around for a long time between credit card transactions, phone call records and financial markets.  Companies like AT&T, Visa, Bank of America, Ebay, Google, Amazon and more have massive databases they mine for competitive advantage.
John Cook / Gawker:
Meet the Generation That Will Save and/or Destroy the New York Times  —  The only way the New York Times can escape the clutches of a Mexican billionaire is by successfully instituting a paywall.  Who has it chosen to manage this treacherous path?  The publisher's nephew.  He used to run a DJ school.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Social Gaming Startup MetroGames Gets A $5 Million Infusion From Playdom  —  Argentinian social gaming company MetroGames, has just raised $5 million in series A funding from game developer Playdom.  According to a release, the investment will be used to expand MetroGames' development of games and its social gaming platform.
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Mac Owners: Chrome Bookmarks Now Usable  —  Google Chrome is probably the best browser available, if speed and extensions are both important to you, and one major problem experienced by Mac users was just solved.  The developer version of Chrome for Mac just released an update that allows users …
Sharon Gaudin / Computerworld:
Twitter's @anywhere could prove risky for users  —  Companies can host tweets — positive and negative — about their products, people  —  Computerworld - Twitter's new @anywhere feature looks to be telling the social media world that you can run but you cannot hide from the spread of its tweets.
Lawrence Coburn / The Next Web:
Foursquare's Dennis Crowley Talks Revenue, API, Brands, and “Beyond the Badge”  —  I just sat in on a fascinating panel here at SXSW in which Dennis Crowley gave us quite a glimpse of how he views his surging company, Foursquare, and where he would like to lead it.
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog:
Jury awards VirnetX $106M in Microsoft patent case  —  A Texas jury has sided with VirnetX in its patent-infringement lawsuit against Microsoft, recommending an award of $105.75 million.  —  With its verdict, the jury said Microsoft willfully infringed two VirnetX patents on automatic …
Discussion: All about Microsoft and CNET News
Scott Moritz / TheStreet.com:
Apple iPad Sales Estimates are Wrong  —  NEW YORK, (TheStreet) — Pre-orders of the Apple (AAPL) iPad started Friday and so too did the guessing game around how many of new tablet devices were being sold.  —  One of the most closely watched Apple iPad sales bloggers Deagol's AAPL Model estimated …
Discussion: TeleRead and I4U News
Rik Ferguson / CounterMeasures:
Who's checking your Facebook profile?  Scammers.  —  Yet another variation on a Spam theme for Facebook to deal with tonight.  I have identified at least 25 different copies of the same rogue app with names such as peeppeep-pro, profile-check-online and stalk-my-profile
Discussion: Help Net Security
Jolie O'Dell:
Why SXSW Sucks  —  “Too many people, not enough tech.”  —  I tweeted that earlier today from Austin, Texas.  Last year, I had a wonderful time meeting up with my friends at SXSWi.  This year, I have almost had a wonderful time meeting up with my friends but have spent most of my time trying …
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
C-Span Puts Its Full Archives on the Web  —  WASHINGTON — Researchers, political satirists and partisan mudslingers, take note: C-Span has uploaded virtually every minute of its video archives to the Internet.  —  The archives, at C-SpanVideo.org, cover 23 years of history …
 
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Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
AOL Is Worried That It Won't Get All 2,000 SXSW Pieces On Time (AOL)
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Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
JooJoo's Refunds Smell Awfully Fishy
Robert X. Cringely / InfoWorld:
Did Uncle Sam try to kill Wikileaks?
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